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    I've been there a couple of times with the bike, all the more reason to ride out next summer.

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    Rode through this summer for the first time. What diverse topography!
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    Wyoming is GREAT!
    I have ridden throughout Wyoming several times. I have nothing but great experiences. The people of Wyoming are very friendly and have a lot of common sense.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Red100RT View Post
    Ai..yi..yi! North east Wyoming is a suk hole of an area where not even the sage brush is healthy. It is one big environmental disaster area what with gas wells and poluted water in abundance. Yellowstone is wall to wall at least until labor day. The Big Horn Mountains are nice but that is about all that's nice
    Gve me a break! Why would anybody ever in this lifetime want to go to Gillette of all places on this planet
    Nobody lives in Wyoming for good reasons

    Yeah, the riding sucks in Wyoming.



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    Quote Originally Posted by SIBUD View Post
    Yeah, the riding sucks in Wyoming.



    Yea don't forget snowy range, that really sucks! A regular wasteland! Don't want to go there!
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    I have found that crossing Wyoming is great, that is going from west to east.
    I can't believe how fast I am going and how quiet it is.
    And I wonder why are all the bikes going west are going so slow, and the riders laying down on their tanks.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Madhatter View Post
    Michael --

    Knock it off. Stop dispelling rumors about Wyoming. Try to encourage people to go to Colorado instead. Try, please try, to remind people about the heat, the hail, lack of water, etc... That toxic waste dump rumor was just starting to get going, don't stop that one. Downplay the wildlife. "We got some pesky varmints." See how that sounds colloquial but not really interesting? I'd like to get some rumors about terrible roads going. You know, Goldwing-eating potholes, shards of razor sharp obsidian lying in the thoroughfares, and the like. If you can't be part of the solution (to excessive tourism), keep your mouth shut.

    -- Jack
    Don't forget about the heavy cross-winds, especially during the hail storms. I was in Casper one day when the wind did NOT blow ! The locals were marking it on the calendar.

    p.s. Don't shoo 'em into Colorado either ... they'll want to move here like so many others.

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    [QUOTE=Madhatter;233449]Michael --

    Knock it off. Stop dispelling rumors about Wyoming. Try to encourage people to go to Colorado instead. Try, please try, to remind people about the heat, the hail, lack of water, etc... That toxic waste dump rumor was just starting to get going, don't stop that one. Downplay the wildlife. "We got some pesky varmints." See how that sounds colloquial but not really interesting? I'd like to get some rumors about terrible roads going. You know, Goldwing-eating potholes, shards of razor sharp obsidian lying in the thoroughfares, and the like. If you can't be part of the solution (to excessive tourism), keep your mouth shut.

    -- Jack

    Actually the rumours are true. We love our sheep: at least after the date...ya get to keep a sweater. Devils Tower IS actually a tree stump. Popo Agie is pronounced (poh poh aggie), There IS only one tree, I know cause I peed on it. There is nothing here but hookers or schoold marms(what school did YOU teach ma'am?) And the jackalopes ARE NOT maneaters...well, most of 'em aren't.

    What was the saying about anyone from any state with the letter "W" in it are lunies?
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    Alive and well;

    Wyoming sure sounds alive and well here, by biker standards. I'm fairly sure most riders have yet to set foot/tire inside the state, however and should. All here have had some good to say, mostly. I've ridden there(WYO.) nearly every year for 27 years now, going somewhere across N.America and am glad to hear from like minded folks doing the same. Happy Trails,Randy13233 Thx.

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    [QUOTE=Baile82604;233564]
    Quote Originally Posted by Madhatter View Post

    Actually the rumours are true. We love our sheep: at least after the date...ya get to keep a sweater. Devils Tower IS actually a tree stump. Popo Agie is pronounced (poh poh aggie), There IS only one tree, I know cause I peed on it. There is nothing here but hookers or schoold marms(what school did YOU teach ma'am?) And the jackalopes ARE NOT maneaters...well, most of 'em aren't.

    What was the saying about anyone from any state with the letter "W" in it are lunies?
    Back to work for me. And I NOT a school marm. Hey! Its a living!
    Dang. This rally is sounding better by the second! :

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    I have been in WY 2 times - once in Lander for the National Outdoor Leadership School back in 1971, and once to Jackson Hole to ski. I haven't been there on a bike, so next summer it, and the ride there, should be fun.

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    I have traveled Wyoming and I will do so again. It is a beautiful state.

    I will not, however, suffer through any day, much less a hot, treeless, shade free July Day in the dirty industrial park named Gillette!

    You know, back east, when you place an event 100 miles away from any worthwhile riding destination, we say ... you chose the wrong spot.

    MOA leadership; you goofed this time.

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    I've never ridden in Wyoming, but I can tell you that there are some big trout in them rivers and streams.. Had a great time and a great trip 2 years ago to Saratoga and the Casper area. Drove up from Colorado. A most beautiful state. I can't see anyone complaining about the location.. Superb I say
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    another favorite photo!
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