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What Happens When the Stokemobile Shows Up at a Bike Race?

The TGR Stokemobile has been traveling around the entire country invading events, bringing the party wherever it goes. This past week they stopped at the Pro GRT/XCT at Windham Mountain Resort. The race was one of the largest on the East Coast, with a $20,000 cash purse, drawing some of the best men and women who rip on two wheels. 

Anytime you combine speed and lots of vert, carnage will be had and there were plenty of spills this weekend (especially in the amateur division). The Stokemobile soon had a problem on its hands, as a line of bloodied but pumped riders amassed at the trailer once they heard TGR was handing out samples of BLDG Active

In a world where we are always bouncing off rocks, whether it be mountain biking, climbing, or any of the other crazy shit TGR fans get up to, a product like BLDG Active is worth it. It's a scientifically advanced, all natural skin & wound repair for the treatment of cuts, scrapes, rashes, sunburns and other skin irritations.

What sets it apart from other sprays that might appear similar is the active ingredient Hypochlorous Acid (HOCL). According to BLDG Active, "HOCL is naturally produced by the white blood cells as a way to kill bacteria, reduce inflammation and help the body heal. This clinically proven regenerative technology kills 99.9% of bacteria within 15 seconds, without harsh chemicals or antibiotics and helps speed your body’s natural recovery process." Whatever your activity might be, it's worth it to throw this in your first aid kit. 

With the riders patched up, the weekend continued with Rafael Gutierrez Villegas from Columbia and Frida Helena Ronning from Norway taking home the top spots in the Elite Downhill category. 

The Stokemobile will continue its pilgrimage with stops at Levitate Surf Shop for a viewing of TGR's Proximity. Check out all of the stops of the Stokemobile here.

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