I don't think there are many Livingston riders who post on this forum (actually, none that I've seen), but there are a number of us from Bozeman who'd love to show you around the Bozeman area trails.
Sounds great. If there are plans of doing some runs tell me in advance because I work 4 days on 4 days off, so my schedule is always changing.
Pocatello (doesn't seem like a lot of us here)
I have been riding since i was 5, and mtb since 2000
Raleigh M40 with Panaracer FireXC tires
I like to drink becks, blue moon, and other stuff that isn't light beer
'07 Titus MotoLite and '88 Bridgetone MB1 when it's smooth.
Haven't ridden with anybody on the board.
PBR when I drink many, a decent IPA when I drink many and have money. Darker, thicker stuff when its cold.
Schweitzer in the winter and summer. Syringa's a good time, out the door.
I wait tables at night, letting me schralp the gnar during daylight hours.
Probably moving to SW Florida, not stoked. No surf, no real riding. Bridgestone will see use than ever. Getting all the some I can before I leave. Much some to get.
Just turned 29
From Meridian/Boise, ID
Ride an '05 Giant Reign with a few upgrades from stock
Haven't ridden with anyone on here...new to MTBR, and Boise area (and looking for riding partners!!)
Brew: Bud Light when I'm drinking cheap, and I love almost any Montana micro...Big Sky Brewery's Summer Honey is my current beer of choice
Just started getting interested in 24 hour races...if anyone knows of any in the area, please let me know!
I've not been killed, only wounded...I'll just lie here a while and bleed, then rise again to fight another day.
location - Boise sur la Banc
age - 39
bike - mostly riding my Van Dessel Ramble Tamble SS HT 29er on the trails and my Raleigh Team Cross to work. Also have a K2 Apache 5.0 (on loan to my wife) and a Country Roab Bob that's in pieces at the moment.
Not ridden with anyone on the board.
brew - yes
Tik, aka tikka, aka Tom (RIP 14.5yr old labby)
Real name Tom
Location Boise (Meridian Locust Grove, Ustick, McMillan)
Age 39 and feeling it
Stable (mixed breed) Mountain Trek 810 Circa 90's, Kona Stab Primo DH (new this year), Dona Kikapu Deluxe ( ebay waiting for front fork), Road first bike Univega Supra Sport 61 cm, and a Soft Ride Century circa ? beam bike. fast and comfy.
New to the board a bit of a lurker so haven't ridden with anyone from board.
Brew : Semi dark, amber in taste. At home I have a Miller light or a fat tire.
Location: Bozeman, MT
Bike: Santa Cruz Heckler
I'm new to the board, but it seems like there might be some other Bozemanites here?
I'm basically into trail riding. It's all fun, up or down.
Location: Billings, MT
Bikes: Just bought a close-out 2008 Gary Fisher HiFi (base model). Still getting used to it. Also have a 1999 Raleigh M80 in great condition that I'm in the process of upgrading to XT components.
I very recently have rediscovered my love for mountain biking after an 8 year hiatus. Having a ball... but feeling my 40 years of age (with the last 13 spent working a desk job).
Location: Marin County, CA
Age: Old ;-) late 40s
Bikes: recently picked up an Orbea Lanza 29er lightly used, and have a Bianchi Project-3 (no suspension steel 29er)
Been doing lots of road riding on my other bike (a carbon Bianchi), but wanted to take advantage of the great trails I live near.
Board roll call
Beerisgud - aka Bondo - aka Chris (yes, another in the Chris series)
Age - 40 in 2008
Have not used MTBR to post much so I don't know everyone's handles. Have ridden or trail worked with SmileyCook, Dmeek, Gary Flipnidaho, Al, many more.
Still riding the Ti hardtail and wishing for that 40th b-day present big huck rig Yeti while I contemplate my next trail over a Maudite (Unibrou Brewery), anything from the spigot at the Deschutes Brewery, PBR's on the river or hiding in the glove box, and lately been enjoying a Belgian called Lunatic that I found at Freddy's of all places.
Other two wheeled children are Bianchi Pista Concept track bike, Litespeed Cross bike, and a good looking Quattro Assi road bike with dust all over it.
Will dig and ride with just about anyone.
Green is good...Grumpy's is better
Originally Posted by crbondurant
Hey, didn't I see you at the COCC after a garlic burger and many pints of Deschutes Stout!
Bike: Does it matter? FS XC rig
Compatriots: Wyosam, lunarprobe
Brew: Blue Moon, Cherry wheat
plays well with cows
08 fsr xc Pro
rolling rock in a can
all about the ride down
Handle- split.therapy aka Chris (another one)
Loc.- Teton Valley, Idaho
Ride- Kona Dawg Deluxe- Santa Cruz Bullit- Kona Jake
Brew- Don't drink much or often. When I do it's a local for sure. Snake River Zonker Stout, Wildlife Breweries' Porter or Grand Teton Brewing Co. ***** Creek
My life revolves around backcountry splitboarding. I do research and development for a backcountry ski and snowboard company. I bike to stay fit for climbing mountains of powder in the winter and corn snow in the spring.
The More People I Meet the More I Prefer Dogs!
Torque me. Make me spin!
Welcome back John:
Originally Posted by Red_Label
We have a vacation rental house in Red Lodge. We'll be there in September 2009. Let me know if you want a guided tour of the awesome trails of Red Lodge.
see me at
Board roll call
Location: Billings, MT
Ride: Diamondback Topanga
Brew: Alaskan Amber, Red Lodge Bent Nail IPA, whatever's free!
Hey everyone! I'm just getting back on the horse after a 10 year period of inactivity, so I guess I'd qualify as a clydesdale...
I'm looking forward to bangin' out some miles on the local trails until I'm comfortable enough to hit the Red Lodge and Bozeman scenes. I'm excited that I've found this forum and look forward to gleaning a lot of info from everyone!
Location - Boise
Age - turning 30 in a month
Bike - Enduro SL, Demo 7, drike, and some couples cruisers from my grandpappy.
Have ridden with - tons of cool folks but don't know the screen names.
Brew - Wet, cold, and hopefully lots of in that order.
Long time lurker, first time poster...
Location: Missoula, MT
Age - 23
Bike - 2005 stumpjumper ht with american classic wheels, king headset, thomson post and stem, slr saddle, and xt groupo
Only person I've riden with from the board is M_S
Brew - Cold and Wet
Bike-Building up a GT Backwoods (just finding stuff on sale or good old CL and upgrading)
Have riddin with-well no one since I am just getting back into the sport. Was AD in the USCG for a while came back to Idaho with a young family and now I am itching to do a sport again...so I am building up my bike and will hit the trail!
Brew--I love Sparkys Rootbeer....mmmm Powells Candy shop carries it if you want a try.
No biking pics of me but I do have this....
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Location: Eagle, sometimes Boise, but I live most of the riding year near Stanley
Age - 42
Bike - 2004 Santa Cruz Blur Classic -- with an original 5th element rear shock that just keeps on kicking!
To my knowledge, I have not ridden with anyone from the board, but my bet is that I have
Brew - Iced coffee or Red Bull
Me on the Tahoe Ridge Trail
Location - Billings, MT
Age - 37 (wife thinks 18)
Bike - Haro Escape
Have ridden with - chipmunks and lizards at the Zimmerman Trails
Brew - Miller Lite (family agreeance). Prefer Blue Moon.
Location - Caldwell
Age - 28
Bike - Cannondale F500
Live: SE Boise/Owyhees
Rides: '08 Jamis Dakota 29er, '06 Lemond Sarthe, '93 Hardrock commuter, '80 Schwinn Voyager 11.6
With: No one on the board that I know of.
Where: Foothills, Owyhees, Stanley area, to work everyday, road rides to Hilltop, Arrowrock and Idaho City
Brew: Not light beer, gin/tonic
Age: Late 40s
'08 Jamis Dakota 29er
'92 Hardrock Commuter
Well hello there
Big Sky, MT
Santa Cruz BLT
With: "The Wife", DeeRoy, Conin the barbarian.
Beer: Bayern "Dragons Breath"
Trail Fav: Wapiti, or Yellowmule.
My other ride: FZ1000
Job: Chairlift Mechanic
"hey was that a bull elk right over there!"
Somewhere up Portal creek
"Speed focuses the mind. It cuts through the fog of drab everyday living and keeps us on our toes."
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