Are you going to be out riding your bike in the snow? Welp, watch this video of a dude ripping in Jackson Hole and get stoked to ripe your bike around in the snow!

HERO3 Test- around JH from Andrew Whiteford on Vimeo.

Greg Illingworth

Here's a dude ignoring all the technical side of BMX tricks and just going big and fast.

Greg Illingworth UK/SA from CSG UK on Vimeo.

... and doing fastplants

Renegade Offroad Race

If you feel like you need to take a break from all the Cyclocross action happening around town next weekend then head over to Bogert Park on Saturday the 27th at 2:00pm for the Renegade Offroad Race.  

This will be a "townie" bike only race through Bozeman, into the mountains, and back again.  Dirt trails, barbed wire, fences, and fast pavement!  Come prove yourself and maybe even win some stuff.  

* no carbon fibre allowed, costumes encouraged, townie bikes only

Renegade Offroad Race
Saturday, October 27 at 2:00pm
Bogert Park

330-lb Cyclocross Racer

via Adventure Journal
Perhaps the most inspiring story you’ll ever hear on National Public Radio is that of Ernest Gagnon, who just raced his first cyclocross event. Two years ago, the Massachusetts man weighed 570 pounds. He was embarrassed to be seen in public. He had diabetes. Circulation in his legs was going. Doctors wanted to do gastric bypass surgery. Instead, he chose to chase after a childhood dream — to race bikes. He started contacting people on Facebook out of the blue to ride, and in the last 24 months has lost 240 pounds. Recently, the 33-year-old signed up for the Midnight Ride of Cyclocross, threw on the Lycra, and saddled up his reinforced titanium steed. To the cheers of the crowd and the announcer, he finished. Yes, last. But is there anyone on the planet, least of all Gagnon, who thinks that matters. Of course not. What a stud. Click on over to NPR to hear it. There’s a transcript you can read, but New Hampshire Public Radio reporter Sam Evans-Brown is himself a roadie and did a terrific job. Do yourself the favor and listen to the audio. From NPR.

Road Bike Trials

I'm sure that you've seen this, but you should probably watch it again.