Western Spirit Cycling

100% and Western Spirit Cycling join forces

Posted by Mark Sevenoff on Feb 6, 2018 7:02:00 AM

This season sees the Western Spirit guides putting 100%’s line of cutting-edge eyewear through its paces while guiding. While on the bike, 100% sport performance models such as Speedcraft and Speedcoupe will offer the clarity and protection our guides demand. “We’re stoked to bring new insights into the performance needs of our guides and guests and offer a refreshing perspective on the evolution of trail riding" says Western Spirit owner/guide Mark Sevenoff. “The guides are the heart and soul of our company and demand the very best. They’re outside seven days a week in the most extreme conditions you can imagine.” When traveling the West, or back at camp, they'll be sporting active lifestyle models including the Centric & Type-S sunglasses.  

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Topics: Mountain Biking, cycling, mountain bike vacations, outdoor sports, mountain biking trip, National Parks, National Forests, Bike Trips, mountainbiking, lifeelevated, 100%, eyewear, racing, sponsors

Public Lands: It’s All Yours - Part 2

Posted by Ashley Korenblat on Apr 10, 2017 1:00:00 PM

Important Public Land Designations: Wilderness and National Monuments

In Part 1 of our public land series we clarified the three major federal land managers: US Forest Service, Bureau of Land Management, and National Park Service. All three of these land management agencies manage different types of lands within their jurisdictions. In the forest and on the BLM most of their lands are usually open to multiple uses—that means they are available for harvesting trees, grazing cows, mining, and/or recreation of all types. But both agencies and the park service also have lands that are special for one reason or another. 

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Topics: BLM, #itsallyours, National Parks, National Forests

Public Lands: It's All Yours - Part 1

Posted by Ashley Korenblat on Mar 28, 2017 1:19:13 PM

Why you need to know about public land: As mountain bikers, we are dependent on public lands. Through my career in bike manufacturing, racing, and as an outfitter I have had the opportunity to ride on trails of every description on public lands of every type.

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Topics: BLM, #itsallyours, National Parks, National Forests