Stio Happy Hour: Bicycles and Wilderness

stio-highres-500x500Happy Hour 1: Bicycles and Wilderness

Location: King’s Grill, Snow King Mountain Resort

Whether we hike, mountain bike or ride horses, we all want to see the lands in which we love to play protected. We also want to find a way to coexist as partners and friends with others who enjoy quiet, human-powered activity in wild areas. Presented by Stio and IMBA, this happy hour discussion explores how conservationists, mountain bikers, horseback riders and other “quiet recreationists” can work together to protect wild areas and recreational access at the same time.

This will be an interactive discussion. Expect the panel to pose challenging questions for you to discuss with your neighbor, as we build on our collective knowledge to progress the trails community.

Moderator: Luther Propst, Chair, The Center for Jackson Hole


Brett Stevenson, Wood River Bicycle Coalition
Peter Aengst, The Wilderness Society
Eric Melson, International Mountain Bicycling Association
Randy Rasmussen, Back Country Horseman of America

Happy Hour 2: Get Some Air!

The Snow King Resort Hotel sits right at the bottom of world-famous Snow King Mountain. After the SHIFT Summit, lace up your shoes, walk out the door and get some vertical, rent a bike and go for a ride, or walk over to the Teton Boulder Park and get a pump before Stacy Bare blows your mind with the Adventure, Inspired film program.

Snow King Mountain Sports has both road and mountain bike rentals available. Reserve yours today at 307-201-5096.

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