Powder Hounds: Episode 2 - Evolving & Adapting the Sport of Snowbiking

Powder Hounds: Episode 2 - Evolving & Adapting the Sport of Snowbiking

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Powder Hounds: Episode 2 - Evolving & Adapting the Sport of Snowbiking

When it comes to Snowbikes, there are many questions that remain unanswered. Though the concept of snow bikes has been around for decades, it wasn’t until the last few seasons that the sport started to progress to the high-level we’re seeing today. The limits are being pushed further and further with each season seeing bigger lines, jumps and new terrain explored. At the tail end of the 2017 season, a crew of legends set out over the course of a few weeks to shred terrain both old and new and created a four-part series called ‘Powder Hounds.’

Ronnie Renner, Robbie Maddison and Reagan Seig are joined in this episode by professional Snowbike rider, Brock Buttars, and look to test new boundaries in the Idaho backcountry. Reagan Seig sets the tone and proves why he’s one of the best snowbike riders on the planet while the rest of the boys gear up for the coastal mountains of British Columbia.

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