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    Upgrading my engine DXchulo's Avatar
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    Recommend a 100+ mile road route in Bozeman, MT

    I'm going to be in Bozeman about two weeks from now and I'm looking for a good road route. The more climbing the better.

    I saw this route, but I'd like to do some more climbing if possible.

    I've also seen the Hyalite Canyon ride, which looks like a good place to start. Anybody know of a good way to add about 60 miles to that ride?
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    Quote Originally Posted by DXchulo View Post
    I'm going to be in Bozeman about two weeks from now and I'm looking for a good road route. The more climbing the better.

    I saw this route, but I'd like to do some more climbing if possible.

    I've also seen the Hyalite Canyon ride, which looks like a good place to start. Anybody know of a good way to add about 60 miles to that ride?
    I am going to be in bozeman starting August 12. I will keep my ears open and post if I see/hear any good routes.
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    Upgrading my engine DXchulo's Avatar
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    Just in case anyone searches for this in the future, I ended up doing the Hyalite Canyon ride (great route) plus extra miles on Bridger Canyon Rd/86. The whole route was pretty bike friendly. There wasn't always shoulder on 86, but traffic was low.

    Here's a Strava link to the exact route. It was straight from the hotel and back, so no rental car required if you fly in to BZN.
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