The C-Team is a mountain bike film celebrating Fat Tire’s 30th Anniversary. Inspired by the fabled mountain bike ride through Europe that spawned the craft beer icon, Fat Tire assembled a ragtag crew to ride more than 500 miles down legendary Colorado Trail, from Denver to Durango, stopping in the mountain towns nestled along the route, in search of cold beer and good times…
This project from New Belgium is awesome! As someone who lives for cycling and loves to 4×4 in the desert, it really resonates with me.
“Multi-use trails are just that, multi-use. Watch how Renee, a mountain biker, and Val, a wheeler, learn how each other use the trails in our public lands and how we all need to protect them. Fat Tire is donating up to $250,000 to organizations protecting our public lands. Visit https://www.publiclandsforall.com and share the full video to direct donations from Fat Tire to Trust for Public Lands and Tread Lightly.”
We’re all trail users, so be nice and say hi!
I’m loving these Steamboat Springs Ramble Ride videos and I can’t wait to see what New Belgium comes up with from their recent one in North Carolina.
… featuring our friend, Amanda! Check out more video profile at New Belgium.
Braving the Elements on the Oregon Ramble
Photos and words by Robin Sansom
We all met at the EconoLodge on 3rd and Main Street in Prineville. Good adventures usually start at bad hotels, so it seemed natural to stage there before the Oregon Ramble. The Ramble is a newish event that is something like a 3-day summer camp on bikes. You bring all your camping gear to ride with friends, old and new, and experience places that you might not normally get to in your everyday life.
After a decent night’s sleep and a hearty breakfast, we lazily rolled out of town with the other 50 or so riders. On the climb up to the first camp we saw the entire variety and nearly identical tempo of the weather cycle that would visit us throughout the event: sunshine, rain, hail, cold. Although this first day’s mileage was relatively short, which gave us a little too much time to indulge in the pro bono New Belgium beers at camp, the remaining days would see many more miles and loads more climbing on everything from paved roads to bumpy double track.