This is part 18 in a series of blog posts that I am dedication to my favorite photos of 2009. Today’s inductee and now a resident in my “Cycling” photo album is “South East Bitterroot Riding“. I took this photo September 13th, 2009 at 2:50 PM with my Canon PowerShot SD1000 point and shooter.
Obviously I named this photo at a time when my creative juices had dried up. Guess it is named by what it is rather then by what it portrays. In fact it isn’t a great photograph. But it does portray what a great treasure we have in the State of Montana. Endless beauty to bike in.
Speaking of which I was thinking about the Butte 100 and its growth this year. Some may worry too many will participate but I think there is another side. The more people enjoy the outdoors in Montana the more the policy makers will recognize the validity of keeping our trails open to mountain bikes. Plus Bob told me that proceeds goes to the very trails that we race on. Help the continental divide trail and race it.
See you there. If there is anything you need just let me know. We will make it happen.