Missoula OW riders

  • First post here.
    I have had my OW since last fall and once I got over the sticker shock, I have never looked back. Yes, you may have to take a few hard hits while learning, and should, at least for the first couple hundred miles, wear any and all protective gear you can (I would even suggest hip protection).
    I'm located in Missoula MT and I am wanting to ride with other OW'ers.
    Also, I'd like to give thanks to the guys at the Strongwater Board Shop. It's pretty cool that a little college town like Missoula has it's own authorized OW dealer. Thank's KB for letting me try your board in the Mellow Mood parking lot. It only took about 45 seconds to know that I had to have a OW....

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