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Watch: Why I Love Mt. Bachelor with Carson Storch

Why does Mt. Bachelor athlete Carson Storch love the Mt. Bachelor bike park? He can think of more than a few reasons... Check out this video or visit this summer to see what it's all about: www.mtbachelor.com/summer/mountain-biking.

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Here’s What’s Up At The Red Bull Rampage Venue
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Here’s What’s Up At The Red Bull Rampage Venue

Here’s What’s Up At The Red Bull Rampage Venue

Even though the Red Bull Rampage finals aren’t until next Friday, things are already in motion down in Virgin, Utah at the new competition venue. The athletes have begun the laborious process of creating their line. We’ll still have to wait a few more days before any of the action begins, but in the meantime, they have been busy keeping the world updated on the progress via social media. No surprise, there have already been hiccups and excitement along the way. RELATED: Get a sneak

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Trail Quest: Crested Butte’s Challenge to Ride all 750 Miles of Local Trails
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Trail Quest: Crested Butte’s Challenge to Ride all 750 Miles of Local Trails

Trail Quest: Crested Butte’s Challenge to Ride all 750 Miles of Local Trails

Nestled in Crested Butte (CB) and the Gunnison Valley are a copious amount of singletrack mountain biking trails, in fact, the highest concentration you’ll find in North America. Out here there are 750 miles of trail to ride on, and the best part is the variety, which ranges from picturesque high alpine to desert riding. We’ve even kicked off our latest mountain biking film endeavor with director Ryan Gibb in the world-class riding destination. This network of trails is what makes Crested

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Hard Fought Battle Over Teton Valley Public Lands Ends in Stalemate
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Hard Fought Battle Over Teton Valley Public Lands Ends in Stalemate

Hard Fought Battle Over Teton Valley Public Lands Ends in Stalemate

A view of Alpine, WY.  Much of the nearby land is classified as wilderness study area. Wikimedia Commons photo. From Bear’s Ears to ANWR, land-use policy has been a hotly contested topic in recent years. However, not all battles over public land draw big money from corporations and political organizations. If you’re interested in the debate surrounding wilderness conservation and recreational access to public land, here is a much less-publicized issue which you’ll probably care about, no