In November of 2016, we invited Calgary Guardian writer Tyler Dixon to join us on a fatbike adventure. This is what he had to say about it.
Here in the Canadian Rockies the seasons have traditionally dictated our outdoor activities. The warmer months were the realm of hiking, camping, rock climbing, mountain biking, and paddling while the coldest parts of the year were reserved for skiing, snowboarding, ice climbing, and snowshoeing. But with recent advances in technology and gear development some of our favourite outdoor pursuits are no longer dependent on the confines of the seasons. Activities like kayaking and river surfing are now performed twelve months of the year and with the invention of fat bikes, mountain biking is also a year-round sport that is only gaining in popularity.
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