The Freehub Crew joined up with Mike Hopkins to ride on a 26-mile section of Montana’s Continental Divide Trail. 209 years to the day, July 7th, 2015, the bike expedition passed through Montana’s Lewis and Clark Pass. The trail winds through Helena National Forest, and passes over nearly every kind of terrain, from expansive ridges and burnt forests to steep scree fields. With the help of Pat Doyle from Bike Helena and Emmett Purcell from Prickly Pear Land Trust, the route was planned, and supplies were stashed. Mixed with grueling climbs and exhilarating descents, the bike expedition provided a glimpse of the area’s endless terrain.
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