Western Montana and the Bitterroot Valley have hundreds of miles of single track, and here at Bitterroot Backcountry Cyclists we are working on keeping the trails cleared, maintained, and open.
In the spring, when the snow melts we are the first one on trails, before the horsemen, before the hikers, before the dirt bikes. Clearing trails of the the winter's deadfall
We love to ride, whether it is rock gardens of Camas Lake or a lung burning climb up Warm Springs Ridge. Our goal is to get out and explore the farthest reaches, and the forgotten trails of the Bitterroot.
Realizing how privileged we are to live and play here, we also understand that the trails need love and maintenance. We believe we a duty to be good stewards and understanding that all trail use has an impact, we hope to leave the trails a little better off after each ride.
Bitterroot Travel Plan Litigation
After much deliberation we have chosen to join with other local user groups to litigate the 178 miles of trail closed by the travel plan. We don't take this ...
Posted Jan 27, 2017, 11:10 AM by Lance Pysher
Flathead Forest Plan Letter
Chip WeberForest SupervisorFlathead National Forest650 Wolfpack WayKalispell, MT 59901Forest Supervisor Weber;It is frequently claimed that mountain biking was invented in northern California in the ...
Posted Sep 30, 2016, 2:07 PM by Lance Pysher
Posted Aug 26, 2015, 10:30 AM by Lance Pysher