Have you ever been out hunting in the mountains, and you see your destination in the distance…like 15 miles away…and at that time, you wish you could get up to where you’re going a bit more quickly than you can by foot? Well, teleporting devices aren’t going to be a part of our lives any time soon, so why not take advantage of a bicycle? Not only is it quiet–much quieter than a 4-wheeler or a UTV–but, a bicycle can also help you cover more ground in less time compared to traveling on foot. Additionally, it could make packing your animal out not as much of a chore. “No Motorized Vehicles” signs posted? No problem!
A bicycle might not be the best idea for every terrain, but if you are interested in getting around faster in an area that is ride-able, then it might be worth trying sometime:
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