Running knobbies on loamy dirt in the warmer months is how most people fall in love with mountain biking, but the rise of fat bikes in the last few years has helped riders stay hooked year-round.
Ripping down snow-covered slopes in the spring opens up a whole new set of terrain, even for riders who hit their home trails a ton when they're melted out.
Join "World of Adventure" as they shadow Lev Stryker and Alex Moschitti during some cold hot laps at Mt. Bachelor, Oregon.
From 9,065 feet at the summit all the way to the base of the resort, they move from a rare spring bluebird day at the top to machine-built flow trails and hand-built singletrack over lava-filled terrain below.
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