David Tucker, March 2016

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Wednesday, March 9, 2016 - 2:11pm David Tucker

Making the most of mush.

Have you ever shown up to a party that feels "too cool" for you? The music is wordless but has a good beat, yet no one is dancing. And everyone is silent. And instead of beer, people are drinking cocktails. Just thinking about it makes me feel uncomfortable. And that's kind of how I feel when it comes to fat-biking; I know the phenomenon is sweeping the outdoor-recreation world, but I'm not really sure if I get it, or if I fit in, or why people are doing it. I guess I'd better chug two PBRs and introduce myself. Afterall, there's no powder to ski—might as well make the most of the mush.

Fat-biking Montana
Enjoying the Bridgers on two wheels, not two planks. 

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Tuesday, March 1, 2016 - 2:43pm David Tucker

Rolling with the weather you've got.

For two years in a row, we’ve been forced to write a blog about what to do in early March when it hasn’t snowed in a long time, and frankly, it pisses us off. March in Montana is winter, or at least it should be. We should be skiing powder—billows and billows of powder. But we’re not; instead we’re stuck reciting the now-familiar refrains of “Any day in the mountains is a good day” or “It’s only dust-on-crust but it’s skiing a lot deeper than that.” Lame. So what to do? Complaining doesn’t help, so we went biking.

 Lewis and Clark Caverns Biking
If the forecast says it's spring, must be time to ride.

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