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Mountain Biking

Mountain Biking

Here in Montana people come from all necks of the wood to participate in our outdoor sports. Our beautiful state is full of incredible biking trails. Some might tell you that toking up before participating in extreme sports isn’t a good idea. But believe it or not, there are quite a few “extreme athletes” who use cannabis before their adrenaline-pumping endeavors. We are going to share one of our favorite strains for mountain biking. But before you do, we’d like to mention that everyone’s bodies are different, what might work for us might not work for you. So know your body, know your limits, and exercise safety and caution above all else. If you are not a seasoned marijuana user, and you aren’t skilled in the sports department, perhaps don’t partake in both activities at once.

Downhill biking is fast, furious and can be a lot of fun. But it does require attention to terrain and your surroundings. This is why we’ve chosen Lemon Walker as the perfect strain to complement this two-wheeled sport. Lemon Walker is a beautiful and complicated hybrid cross. This stimulating strain offers a potent cerebral buzz that transplants itself in the body with continued use.

For helping find the right product and strain for you, come check out one of our Bloom locations located around the state.

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