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    Cool Hello from the desert! ~ : )

    Hi Evereyone! I am thinking about attending the SLC Rally this week riding solo from LV. Does anyone have any advice for lodging since this will be my first visit?

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    Welcome to the forum and the MOA!

    I don't have personal experience with the rally location but from the MOA home page there is a link to rally info, more importantly lodging options. Here is the URL for lodging: https://www.visitsaltlake.com/hotels-lodging/

    Hope this helps!

    Aloha

    Scot

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    Quote Originally Posted by liv2ride View Post
    Welcome to the forum and the MOA!

    I don't have personal experience with the rally location but from the MOA home page there is a link to rally info, more importantly lodging options. Here is the URL for lodging: https://www.visitsaltlake.com/hotels-lodging/

    Hope this helps!

    Aloha

    Scot
    If you don't mind sleeping in a tent camping on site is the easiest to do with no reservations to make and it is free. You will meet a lot more new neighbours that way and will be steps away from all activities as well as being able to keep your bike close to where you are staying with no concern about safety.
    Ken Dittrick
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    :)

    Quote Originally Posted by PiperB View Post
    Hi Evereyone! I am thinking about attending the SLC Rally this week … riding solo from LV. Does anyone have any advice for lodging since this will be my first visit?


    Mahalo Scot : )

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    :)

    Quote Originally Posted by bogthebasher View Post
    If you don't mind sleeping in a tent camping on site is the easiest to do with no reservations to make and it is free. You will meet a lot more new neighbours that way and will be steps away from all activities as well as being able to keep your bike close to where you are staying with no concern about safety.
    Never camped with my bike ... but sounds fun! Thanks Ken : )

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