MTBer Dusty Wygle Rips It Up – 1960s Music Style



What does Julie Andrews (“The Sound of Music”) have to do with ripping hot laps on mountain bike trails? Watch this clip and find out – you might be surprised.

Once you’ve watched enough mountain biking psychology videos to get used to it, you might find you expect them to come with some sonic texture.

rock n roll? Yes. GED? Yes again. Laid-back pop? Check. Metal? Sometimes.

How about a piece of a 1960s musical? You have it in this clip of Transition Bicycle Company. Watch Dusty Wygle “get to know” a Transition Scout Alloy GX stock. The brand calls one of its best all-purpose buildings – in this edition, Wygle responds to the go-getter description of the bike.

Unlike his usual exploits with the nitro circus crew, Wygle remains on the ground or at least close to it. But that doesn’t mean he’s not going as strong as ever.

Duration: 1 minute

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Sam Anderson
By Sam Anderson

Sam Anderson is a writer at GearJunkie and several other All Gear websites.

He writes about climbing, cycling, running, wildlife, outdoor politics, the outdoor industry, vehicles, and more. for 2 years. Prior to GearJunkie, he owned and operated his own business before going freelance at GearHungry. Based in Austin, TX, Anderson loves climbing, bouldering, road biking, trail running, and frequenting local waterholes (of both varieties).

Subjects: Cycling, mountain biking

Key words: hiking, mountain biking

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