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Riding Deep In Montana’s Tobacco Root Range

Yeti Cycles takes their marketing seriously, sending their athletes deep into the wilds to discover places like Montana’s Tobacco Root Range aboard their bikes. Here, rider Stephen Matthews channels his inner cowboy to explore what these mountains have to offer, and he definitely finds the goods.

Besides, I think that may the best shot of grabbing a cold one after a ride I have ever seen. Take note, cinephiles. 

Can we get a trail list or Lat/long for the area?  Looks amazing!

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Why this Jackson Crew Came for Winter & Stayed for Summer
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Why this Jackson Crew Came for Winter & Stayed for Summer

Why this Jackson Crew Came for Winter & Stayed for Summer

A seasonal BLAST in Jackson Hole, Wyoming. The term "hole" was used by early mountain men in reference to the "black hole" of the year round shredding opportunity in Jackson. Friends aplenty and activities always, all year long. Please enjoy your feature presentation: Came for Winter // Stayed for Summer

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Here’s Some Good Old-Fashioned Hardtail Shredding
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Here’s Some Good Old-Fashioned Hardtail Shredding

Here’s Some Good Old-Fashioned Hardtail Shredding

While many bike brands are all about fancy materials and intricate full-suspension linkage designs, Transition just added two new bikes in their lineup, neither of which has a rear shock. In their release video, we are casually reminded that yes, hardtails can absolutely shred too. These two riders take the two new bikes out for a rip in the mountains outside Bellingham to test what they are capable of.

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Tom Van Steenbergen Just Redefined Big Mountain Riding
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Tom Van Steenbergen Just Redefined Big Mountain Riding

Tom Van Steenbergen Just Redefined Big Mountain Riding

Part of the Trek C3 project and one of the most skilled all-around riders Tom Van Steenbergen went to Utah last season to build and ride some of the gnarliest natural features ever. Blurring the line between slopestyle and big mountain riding, he carves his way through the desert landscape, peppering his lines with huge drops and tricks. Slopestyle riding used to be confined to the bike park, but why limit it to man-made features? This is riding like I have never seen before.