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Trail Updates, Weekend Riding, and Hero Dirt: Fall Riding at Angel Fire Bike Park

Leaves are changing and so are the trails! The Angel Fire Bike Park Trail crew has been absolutely crushing it this summer with rebuilds on all of your favorite trails and more on the way. Just wrapping up a massive Boulder Dash rebuild, the crew is now shifting their focus on Hungry Hippo. The goal of the rework will be to make the trail more flowy, adding more consecutive hits, and allowing riders to carry more speed through berms. Bike Park Manager, Patrick West takes us through some of his ideas of what we can expect. 

The season is a long ways from over too! Angel Fire Bike Park offers the longest bike park season in the Rockies and plans to keep the lift spinning until November 1st. The Chile Express will be spinning Fridays - Sundays for the remainder of the season. 

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Now is a Great Time To Support Your Local Trailbuilders
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Now is a Great Time To Support Your Local Trailbuilders

Now is a Great Time To Support Your Local Trailbuilders

For those of us who love to spend our summers ripping singletrack until the sun goes down, now’s a great time to support those who make that all possible: our local trailbuilders. As much as we take it for granted, those perfectly sculpted jumps and berms don’t just take care of themselves, and our trailbuilders could always use a little help to fund the awesome projects they are working on. Whether you live in the Tetons, the PNW, or anywhere with riding, a donation to your local crews goes

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TGR Tested: MTB Essentials for Your Truck
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TGR Tested: MTB Essentials for Your Truck

TGR Tested: MTB Essentials for Your Truck

Level up your tailgating with these handy essentials. Katie Lozancich photo. When I first started mountain biking, I was driving a beat-up little Ford Taurus. Every time I wanted to ride, I had to take the front wheel off and wiggle the bike onto the backseat. It was a hassle, but it got the job done. I recently made the upgrade to a truck—like the rest of Jackson Hole's residents—and to say that I'm excited is an understatement. No more sketchy trunk-mounted bike racks or trying to

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‘Pedal Through’ Highlights Black Joy and Healing on Two Wheels
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‘Pedal Through’ Highlights Black Joy and Healing on Two Wheels

‘Pedal Through’ Highlights Black Joy and Healing on Two Wheels

This week in Women in the Mountains, we sat down with director and filmmaker Analise Cleopatra. Cleopatra co-directed the short film 'Pedal Through' which explores the strength and healing that comes from pushing yourself in the outdoors. Alisa Geiser photo. Even though her body was exhausted from her first day of pedaling the Three Sisters Three Rivers bikepacking route in Central Oregon, Analise Cleopatra couldn’t bring herself to fall asleep just yet. It was a crystal clear evening,