Dirt Biking Season Has Begun

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DIRTY: Zac Patterson sits on top of Big Ridge astride his Suzuki 250. “It wasn’t too cold until the sun went down then it got chilly. And we definitely ran into quite a bit of snow, and because of that, we had to turn around.” Riding his dirt bike is one of Patterson’s favorite summer activities.

Kamryn Thompson, staff writer

The time for riding dirt bikes has arrived or has it? Wyoming spring time be really warm and 65 degrees and the next day it could be a snowstorm and feel like the middle of winter.

Spring motorbike riders up in the mountains can encounter snow, wind, and freezing rain that affects how long rides can last, but riders like those mentioned here are more than happy to brave the elements on their bikes.