Join Date: Jan 2012
Location: Bremerton, Washington
The "road" is very rough in places and rough the rest of the time. Very rough means there are thousands of larger, jagged rocks partly buried or not, that you have to ride over. Did I mention the 500' dropoff on the smooth side of the road? If I was the passenger, I'd bail and walk it. I crashed my KTM 450 above Telluride a few years ago due to extreme fatigue and rough going. I saw a few men on Adventure Bikes. Mostly stopped and panting. It's 10,000-13,000 feet up there. What I'm trying to say is not to do it two-up. If you are tall and strong, go for it on your own. PS: I'm not kidding about the drop-offs.