A majority of those who showed up to the event went over a very narrow mountain pass as the group ride. I have been riding long enough that those type of rides aren't fun anymore. So, a friend and I took off in a different direction, going to Camp Floyd and getting our $2 history lesson.
After leaving Camp Floyd we took a scenic route, going along the back side of the Oquirrh mountains, stoping in Ophir and then continued to SLC for lunch with a group of VROC (Vulcan Riders Owners Club) friends.
With a wife going through law school and a 8 month old, free Saturdays seem like they are less and less common. It was nice to be able to ride 175 miles, see some beautiful bikes, and enjoy lunch with a great group of fellow riders.