T-1 in Australia

This video documents the guys from Terrible One heading down to Ausi-land last year and it's pretty sweet. The nice thing about the video is that it isn't all about riding. It's about the friends and community that you find when you are passionate about bikes.

It's amazing where our two wheeled machines take us in life.

Note that the video is 17 minutes long. Enjoy

T-1 "Let's Didgeridoo This" Australia 2011 from joe rich on Vimeo.

Area Man Totally Killing It on His BMX Bike

Jon Dub slaying it.

Hunter Weeks' latest project - Where The Yellowstone Goes

Local filmmaker Hunter Weeks, the director of the award winning Ride The Divide, has a new Montana themed project in the works. It is titled Where The Yellowstone Goes.

About the film:

Where the Yellowstone Goes follows a small crew on a soul-searching and inspirational journey along the longest free-flowing river in the contiguous United States: the Yellowstone River. They’ll rally together the supplies they need, including a hand built drift boat and set course on a voyage of grand proportions and life defining events. Experience silhouetted moments of the crew fly fishing in the amber morning light, telling life stories by a fire and connecting with colorful folks along the way. Add to this the unending sounds and sights of a massive water flow, flanked on each side by huge, snow-capped mountains and plains full of elk and deer, bald eagles and the occasional grizzly bear. This is Montana, this is the Yellowstone River and this is one of the most spectacular and unique landscapes in the world.

Mr. Weeks is seeking $1.00 donations to support his latest project, which showcases our beautiful state.

You want this. You know you want this.

Elements of Perfection - Pt5 - Soul from Whistler Blackcomb on Vimeo.


This video is worth watching and the soundtrack is awesome!

The Midlands from Mutiny Bikes on Vimeo.

Bicycle Scavenger Hunt

Sweet Bike scavenger hunt next Saturday! 

Sat 9/24/11
11am @ La Parilla
Bring a Camera & Pocket Money

Ian says: "It's gonna be rediculous!"

go to:

or contact:

Bozeman Bicycle Counts - 2011

Bozeman is conducting it's first annual bicycle count this week! Many Bozemanites have noticed more bikes on our roads, but until we have hard numbers, this is just an observations and won't help make the case for building more bicycle facilities. The City found that when they installed bike lanes and sidewalks on West Babcock Street in 2006, bicycle and pedestrian numbers went up 256 percent immediately! This is a powerful and convincing statistic, but until now, it's all we have. 

We will be following the methodology developed by the National Bicycle and Pedestrian Documentation Project and conducting our counts September 13th-15th from 5-7pm. If you can help us count, please click on the following link to provide your name and email to one of the locations and time periods. If you can do multiple days from the same location, this will improve our consistency in data gathering. Click here to access sign-up sheet.

When you sign-up, we will send you customized count forms and instructions to print and take with you. 
Thanks for helping to make Bozeman a better bicycle town!

Joe Gilpin
Alta Planning + Design

Matt Hunter goes for a bike ride.

This is how you are supposed to ride a bike.

I want to listen to this commentary every time I rally a downhill section.

Watch until the very end. At 3:07 the commentator poses a very important question.

That's a Pretty Fat Wheelie on that Fat Bike, eh?

CaptainE gettin' er' done on a Salsa Mukluk in sandals.  Fatbikes aren't just for winter anymore, foo!