So the questions are flying and the interest is piqued so I will throw out an invite to go and ride in Death Valley National Park. Use the search function to see all of the previous reports. Expect long days in the saddle on rocky, sandy, washboarded, roads and jeep trails. No singletrack. I usually like to go for 4 or 5 days, starting mid week through Sunday. Some people come out just for the weekend. It is a 6 hour drive-except for Wolfie! @DangerDirtyD The mid week stuff is usually the hardest, more exploratory, back country, even bikepacking stuff. Dry camp next to your vehicle in the desert somewhere. Usually looking for geologic wonders, petroglyphs, and mining relics. I would also like to throw in a pre-dawn and/or twilight ride in order to see DV in it's best light. It is most convenient to meet the weekend contingent at one of the campgrounds near Furnace Creek. Depending on who shows up, the traditional favorites of Titus Canyon and Echo Canyon are good on the weekend. There is much more out there and depending on what kind of group we get going, then we can plan accordingly. I would suggest that we do this as soon as possible. Either of the first two weekends in February is good for me. The last two I am busy. March-April starts heating up and getting crowded at the campgrounds.