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Locals Only: Mountain Biking in Richmond

June 20th, 2024 | by Robby Ringer

Five hours in the woods, exploring our favorite local trails with fantastic people, all to promote trail networks around New England? Count us in!

Last week, the Bivo crew had the joy of teaming up with Adam Jaber from Out of Collective to guide their team through our local trail network at Cochran’s Ski Area for Episode 2 of their Locals Only series. (Watch Episode 1 here)

We were thrilled to showcase everything our steep, rooty, and rocky trails have to offer. We even managed to pull off a Star Wars Ewok Speeder-style segment, with Joe from Out of Collective impressively piloting a drone through the action (seriously, how did he do that?). Carina pointed out that not everyone might know what an Ewok Speeder segment is. Apparently, not everyone speaks fluent Star Wars. So, here’s a little slice of intergalactic awesomeness. If you tune in at second 48, you'll see exactly how I feel most days on my bike—channeling my inner Ewok, zooming through the forest like a furry, fearless space rebel.

So, take a break from work, grab your coffee, sit back, and enjoy Episode 2, featuring Bivo team members Sam and myself (Robby) and a few of our friends. And when you're done, come visit us in Richmond!

Five hours in the woods, exploring our favorite local trails with fantastic people, all to promote trail networks around New England? Count us in!

Last week, the Bivo crew had the joy of teaming up with Adam Jaber from Out of Collective to guide their team through our local trail network at Cochran’s Ski Area for Episode 2 of their Locals Only series. (Watch Episode 1 here)

We were thrilled to showcase everything our steep, rooty, and rocky trails have to offer. We even managed to pull off a Star Wars Ewok Speeder-style segment, with Joe from Out of Collective impressively piloting a drone through the action (seriously, how did he do that?). Carina pointed out that not everyone might know what an Ewok Speeder segment is. Apparently, not everyone speaks fluent Star Wars. So, here’s a little slice of intergalactic awesomeness. If you tune in at second 48, you'll see exactly how I feel most days on my bike—channeling my inner Ewok, zooming through the forest like a furry, fearless space rebel.

So, take a break from work, grab your coffee, sit back, and enjoy Episode 2, featuring Bivo team members Sam and myself (Robby) and a few of our friends. And when you're done, come visit us in Richmond!

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