Teton Mountain Bike Tours

12:27h

Fat Biking in Jackson Hole Takes Off!

Mountain biking has always been a popular summer activity in Jackson Hole. In the winter, most Jackson residents and visitors transition into skiing and other traditional snow sports. Three years ago, our owner, David Hunger, decided to transition TMBT into a year-round business by purchasing fat bikes for winter tours. Since then, the fat biking community in Jackson has grown and TMBT is happy to be a part of the growing sport. Fat […]

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14:20h

Jackson Hole Mountain Biking: The Fall Elk Bugling Tour

Join us this fall for an unforgettable Jackson Hole mountain biking experience The Fall Elk Bugling Tour! This family-friendly, scenic biking trip is 10 miles of relatively flat terrain on the pathways of Grand Teton National Park. Enjoy afternoon shadows as we ride to Jenny Lake. As early evening arrives, we will return back to town through the Park and hope to see elk and hear the sounds of their […]

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18:58h

Summer Biking in Jackson Hole

One of our favorite summer activities is biking in Jackson Hole and Grand Teton National Park. Thanks to our amazing pathways, touring Grand Teton National Park by bike couldn’t be easier. Biking along the pathways are a great activity for all skill sets. There are frequent turn-outs to stop and enjoy the views, it is mostly flat, and completely paved. Enjoy the views of our recent family ride! Biking is […]

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20:13h

Fat Bike Ride in Jackson Hole – Spring Season

The Fat Bike Riding this Winter Season was Fun, Exciting and Adventuresome Especially riding snowpacked singletrack trails on a Fat Bike- A Complete HOOT ! So as the Winter Riding Season came to an end in late March – and with visions of riding dirt singletrack trails on a regular mountain bike most of us Fat Bike Riders thought about putting our Fat Bikes in storage until late November. Alas a Novel Thought – […]

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13:56h

Jackson Hole Snow Biking – Winter Trail Rides

The Winter Season in Jackson Hole is a Great Time to Ride A Winterized Mountain Bike with Studded Snow Tire OR an Awesome SNOW BIKE with the Fat Tire with a Average Width of 3.7 to 4.0 Inches.  Note the Normal Mountain Bike Tire is 2.0 to 2.5 Inches – so with a Snow Bike there is greater traction and floatation in the most snow conditions. There are several options in the […]

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7:55h

Jackson Hole Winter Recreation – Winter Bike Rentals

NEW for the 2011 -12 Winter season Teton Mountain Bike Tours will be offering Winter Bike Rentals. We have Kona Mountain Bikes with Studded Snow Tires plus Helmets for rent on a daily or multi day basis. There are several Winter Bike Rides in the Jackson Hole area from the Teton County Pathways to the National Elk Refuge Road to Cache Creek Trails – check with TMBT for more details on these […]

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6:54h

Jackson Hole Winter Activities – NEW Combo Tour

NEW for the 2011-12 Winter Season Teton Mountain Bike Tours will be offering COMBO TOURS – Wildlife/Bike Tours in Grand Teton National Park ! This is a Full Day Tour with a Winter Wildlife Van Tour in the morning – Lunch @ Local Eatery – a Winter Bike Tour in the afternoon. See and Learn about the Wildlife in Grand Teton National Park and on the National Elk Refuge in the morning and after […]

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18:26h

Guided Winter Bike Tours in Grand Teton Nat Park !

The Awesome View of the Tetons on a Winter Bike Tour ! Once Again for the 2011 -12 Winter Season  – Teton Mountain Bike Tours will be offering GUIDED WINTER BIKE TOURS in Grand Teton National Park . Come experience the wonders and awesomeness of the Winter Season on a Fun an Exciting Adventure of a Guided Winter Bike Ride ! We include Mountain Bikes with Studded Snow Tires and “NEW for This Season” Heated Handlebar Grips, Helmets with Skull […]

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16:04h

New For 2011 – Winter Bike Tours

Explore Grand Teton National Park on a Winter Guided Bicycle Tour!

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23:06h

It’s Buffalo Mating Season in Jackson!

So what exactly is the difference between a bison and a buffalo? The answer . . . Historians speculate that early European explorers used the term ‘buffalo’ as the name for the North American bison, as they were familiar with the species that existed in Africa (Cape Buffalo) and Asia (Water Buffalo). The terms buffalo and bison have been used interchangeably ever since that time. Late summer is an important […]

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