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Mid April to late May is a good to time to visit Moab. It can be cold and snow at higher elevations but still be hot in the lower elevations and around the rivers. I lead a group out there for a week of riding a few years back and we were there the 3rd week of April I think. They got 2" of snow the night before we arrived. That changed our plans a bit, but not too much. We had big adventure bikes as well as smaller 450-650 sized bikes, alternating between big and small bike days.
Howdy, :tab So... This is gonna be a LONG report because I took over 600 pictures... That would be why it is now early October and I am just now getting around to the report even though the trip was in mid April. So make sure your internet is running fast and you have some coffee. :tab Many...
I am extremely jealous of anyone who can attend. Moab is our all time favorite small town to use as a center for riding. If you're looking for a great place to camp we highly recommend "Up the Creek" campground https://www.moabcampground.com/. An oasis smack dab in the middle of town. Secluded. Well maintained. Inexpensive. The owner is a very helpful and friendly young man. Only a long block from the main drag. Smith's is right there so grocery shopping is a breeze.
Like Gina said....give us 12 months advance warning and will see if we can make our schedules work.
We will be hanging around Utah and northern Arizona and plan to spend at least a day at the Expo. There are a lot of trails in the area we'd like to explore and I'm not a 100% that we'll be in town for pie. We'll see how it works out.