Biking Products in Bozeman, MT
Garmin GPS products are the world’s most popular way to track your ride, discover new routes, find your way home, monitor your performance over time, and stay safe! Performance insights range from monitoring how acclimated you are to heat and altitude to tracking the hang time of your mountain bike jumps. You can count on Garmin products to go the distance!
Bozeman, MT is home to incredible road riding, gravel grinding, and mountain biking. There’s something for everyone including family-friendly rides at Mystic Lake along Sourdough Canyon Trail. For the roadies that love to climb, you won’t want to miss Hyalite Canyon! This classic 20 mile, 2,000-foot climb is a local favorite. Keep track of the Strava segments on your Garmin Edge 830! Cross country mountain bikers will love Bangtail Divide, an IMBA Epic trail with stellar views, ridgeline traverses, and fields of wildflowers. Put the route in your new Garmin Edge 530 and never get lost!
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Owenhouse Cycling in Bozeman Montana Has It All!
Bike Accessories: GPS
Are you a Bozeman, MT commuter? Stay safe with the Garmin Varia. A rearview radar with a tail light that alerts you of vehicles approaching from behind. If you’re someone that often finds yourself riding in Montana’s wide-open spaces with no cell service, you should consider the Garmin inReach Mini. Send and receive messages, track and share your route, and if needed, trigger SOS to get help from a 24/7 global emergency response coordination center.
Types Of Garmin Products We Sell
Wherever you go, you’ll want to stay connected.
Safety means being seen with the Garmin Varia, it means keeping in touch with the Garmin inReach Mini, it means staying on course with the Garmin Edge 830 and it means keeping your health on track with the Garmin Edge 530. Learn what each device specializes in, their differences, and what you should consider when making your purchasing decision.
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Rowdy little downhill/freeride track. I discovered this trail while out with my friend one day. A long, long, did I mention long? Fire road that circles Mauna Kea. Most climbs are of the paved/fireroad variety, most descents are a mix of loose rock, fixed rock, and good dirt. From there the trail stretches out and travels pretty fast into a big berm with a view out into the valley.