The Last Call - Dillon Lemarr


Riding in the high country of Colorado can only be enjoyed for a few months out of the year.

When the weather begins to change, getting one more ride in before winter hits is the highest priority. Blink once and the ground is covered in snow. Sometimes it’s hard to accept that the best trails won’t be rideable for a few months, but that’s what makes them so special during riding season. For Dillon, riding in the fall is the perfect way to cap off the season and put it to rest until the springtime comes.

“The day you died I went into the dirt, into the lightless hibernaculum where the bees, striped black and gold, sleep out the blizzard like hieratic stones, and the ground is hard.” -Sylvia Path