Bangtail Bikes and Montana State University

Bangtail Bikes partners with and sponsors the local college cycling club. We offer discounts on bikes and accessories for all the A & B team members. Check out the MSU Cycling Club Facebook page for the most updated info on local races and events.

Mission: Through racing and training we wish to raise awareness of cycling as a good way to stay in shape and to help build friendships that will last beyond college. As much as we want to represent our school to other collegiate teams our main goal is to make cycling a larger part of the Bozeman and MSU community.

Books for Bikes

Bozeman’s two Masonic Lodges have been coordinating the program for nearly 10 years. Masonic Lodge No. 6 recently provided bikes for Gallatin Gateway School’s children. But the lodge members leave goals up to the schools.

“Here’s the bikes; you come up with the program,” Curtis said.

The bikes were purchased at a reduced rate from Specialized through a grant written by Rob Funderburk, manager of Bangtail Bikes and XC Skis. This is the third year Bangtail and Specialized have teamed up with the Masons for the program.

Before announcing the winners, Walthall pointed to the shiny red, green and purple bikes lined up on stage and said, “This is exciting.”

“But what is really exciting is to take reading with you forever,” he added.

**Story from the Bozeman Chronicle, photo by Mike Greener/ Chronicle

Bozeman Pedal Project

We are WOMEN who pedal all types of bikes in the Bozeman area. We post bike related events, share bike related information and have lots of fun riding bikes together. Mondays are group ladies road rides, and Wednesdays are ladies group mountain rides. But any day is a great day to ride and all members are encouraged to connect to other members, and to post and invite riders, too.bppgroup

Bangtail Bikes & The BSF Ski Team

Bridger Ski Foundation (BSF) is a nonprofit community ski organization based in Bozeman, Montana. They offer have recreational, educational, and competitive programs for all ages, year round, in Nordic, Alpine, and Freestyle skiing. They also groom an incredible network of Community Nordic Ski Trails in Bozeman. They focus on inspiring a lifelong love skiing, athletic excellence, and personal growth. Programs and trails are open to everyone, and they strive to keep skiing affordable through fundraising, scholarships, financial aid, and equipment assistance. In 2015, BSF became a Gold Certified Club, the highest recognition given by the U.S. Ski & Snowboard Association (USSA).

Community Nordic Trails
Bridger Ski Foundation (BSF) grooms a network of community trails that covers more than 70 km. This includes Sunset Hills (Lindley), Highland Glen, Bridger Creek Golf Course, Sourdough Canyon, and Sacajawea Middle School. They also offer grooming assistance to the U.S. Forest Service in Hyalite. All of these trails are free and open to the public. Grooming is funded through donations, grants, and voluntary trail pass sales. Please consider purchasing a trail pass if you enjoy these winter trails.