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  • It’s Not Over Yet: the quiet side of the public land heist

    It’s Not Over Yet: the quiet side of the public land heist

    Public land protections were a hot topic item in the last election. While our two major political parties have different approaches to land management, Montana candidates of all stripes campaigned as advocates for public access to public land. The message was clear: Montanans expect our elected officials to protect our public land. The stump speeches […]

  • Alpine Trail Clearing

    Alpine Trail Clearing

    Ever since those newfangled fatbikes started turning up at trailheads and local bike shops, it seems like mountain bike season is pretty much year round. Heck, we even bought a groomer to keep the wheels turning every month of the year. And while you can usually find a bike for the job, there’s no denying […]

  • Volunteer Thank-you Party / Gravity trail update

    Volunteer Thank-you Party / Gravity trail update

    Since May 1 we’ve been hard at work on a new downhill-only MTB trail above Marshall Mt, and we’re happy to report it’s nearly finished! Please stay off the trail until we give the word- it’s not safe to ride yet, nor is the dirt ready for tires due to the extremely dry weather and […]

  • E-Bikes: what you need to know about e-bikes in Missoula

    E-Bikes: what you need to know about e-bikes in Missoula

    The e-bikes are coming! The e-bikes are coming! – Paul Revere, recently Whether you have a huge commute or you like the idea of an extra long trail ride, the allure of e-bikes can be hard to deny. But it’s important to know that land managers view them differently from the other bikes in your […]

  • Blackfoot Clearwater Stewardship Project

    Blackfoot Clearwater Stewardship Project

      Collaboration is at the center of preservation, and in November, Wilderness, traditional conservation¬†groups, and mountain bike clubs in Western Montana finalized a precedent setting agreement for locally driven land management. The Blackfoot Clearwater Stewardship Project (BCSP) is a win-win management solution just northeast of Missoula that protects classic backountry mountain bike opportunities as well […]

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