HOW TO “NOT GET YOUR BIKES STOLEN” & AN EPIC ADVENTURE IN MONUMENT VALLEY // EFRT EP 40

 

EPIC Family Road Trip Episode 39 // This episode kicks off with us reading some of your comments on our last video about tips on preventing bike theft, and how to find your bikes if they do get stolen. Hopefully these tips can be helpful to anyone who is also traveling with bikes, and thank you to everyone for your comments on all our social media’s after last weeks episode. After that we take you along with us on an epic journey to Monument Valley where we explore the historic town on Goulding, and the original Goulding’s trade post museum. We then head into the valley for an EPIC drive through the incredible monument. We encounter wind and and dust storms, snow, and mustang horses roaming the desert! We then head to the breathtaking Goosenecks Sate Park, and drive along the rim of the 1,000 ft canyon. We also stop for lunch in the small but beautiful town of Mexican Hat, and drive down the world famous Monument Valley Road where the iconic Forrest Gump running scene was filmed!
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The van Stralen Family 🙂

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Locations:
– Goulding, Utah
– Monument Valley, Utah/Arizona
– Goosenecks State Park, Utah
– Mexican Hat, Utah

Music:
– “Ketchwa” By: Braddigan

4 thoughts on “HOW TO “NOT GET YOUR BIKES STOLEN” & AN EPIC ADVENTURE IN MONUMENT VALLEY // EFRT EP 40

  1. Hey guys! Our family loves following your adventures. Kind of random question but not I suppose…what bike rack and set up do you have to mount all your bikes? I’m at a rack shop now trying to figure this out since my spare tire is so big and need 4 bikes. Thanks!

    1. Ours is from Northshoreracks.com

      This is one of the only 4 to 6 bike rack that is strong enough and large enough to handle full-size mountain bikes. It has a hitch that extends out past have a very large spare tire like the one we have on our jeep. Glad you are enjoying the videos!

      Hope this helps

      Peter

  2. I recently picked up the Outdoor X4 magazine at the Overland Expo in Flagstaff, AZ. and I have to say what you are doing is awesome and inspirational. I have a question about your motorhome/jeep configuration. I recently purchased a similar RV Sprinter and the reading I am doing suggests that the 4 door Jeep is bordering the heavy side of its capacity. Did you do anything special to your RV to tow the Jeep? Inspired, Jason

    1. Hi Jason. Thanks for reading our story. I hope you get a chance to check out our YouTube channel too. Yes you are right we are pushing the weight limit with our current configuration. we use a Blue Ox tow bar weighted for 7500lbs. We have been all over towing the Jeep including up and down some 11k ft mountains without any problems. Hope this helps. We’ll see you down the road!

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