Go hurl yourself down a mountain. Do it now

GoPro has a new promo out. I don't really feel one way or another about GoPro, and frankly I think I could do with a little less crappy helmet cam footy in my day to day web experience.

But, this promo makes me want to get up and go hurl down a mountain with reckless abandon.

Not Andrew Brought His Singlespeed, and His Game Face.

Andrew Loaiza CRUSHING it at Rolling Thunder

More pictures here.

Fatties Flip Fine

The U.S. Cargo Bike Revolution

Liz Canning - The U.S. Cargo Bike Revolution documentary

Closure Notice - Sourdough Canyon Trailhead

Sourdough Canyon Trailhead to Close for Improvements

Pending final approvals, the Sourdough Canyon Trailhead will be closed October 11 - 21 while Gallatin Valley Land Trust (GVLT) completes a series of vital enhancements that will improve public safety, recreational uses, and wildlife habitat. This work includes expanding the available parking, installing a turn-around for emergency and larger vehicles, straightening the access road, and restoring a section of Sourdough Creek.

Since the property was donated to the Gallatin Valley Land Trust by Michael Delaney and Ileana Indreland in 2007, GVLT has been working with a diverse group of stakeholders and partners to design improvements to one of Bozeman’s most popular year-round trailheads. Last fall, GVLT installed a permanent vault toilet and approximately 15 new parking spaces. The work scheduled for next week will further expand the parking, improve the safety of the road, and help reduce sedimentation into Sourdough Creek by moving the road away from the creek corridor.

This project is funded by generous contributions from the Gallatin Resource Advisory Committee, Montana Import Group, Montana Fish, Wildlife & Parks, National Forest Foundation, Patagonia, REI, and dozens of individuals. The work is being completed in partnership with Gallatin County, the City of Bozeman, the Gallatin National Forest, and several private landowners.

Please obey all posted closures during this time. For updates, please visit http://www.gvlt.org or contact us at info@gvlt.org or 587-8404.

Kelly Pohl
Program Director
Gallatin Valley Land Trust
25 N Willson Ave, Suite E
Bozeman, MT 59715