A few weeks back I posted a video of a hunter and a climber in the wilderness sharing their love for public lands and the outdoors. Even though the two of them approached their time in the wilderness very differently, they found that they also had a lot in common too. As it turns out, that video was the first in a series from Fat Tire beer that puts different types of outdoor enthusiasts together to show that they have more in common than they might think. In this video, that unlikely pairing matches up someone who is into off-roading in a Jeep and a mountain biker. These two individuals often find themselves on the same trails, with neither very happy to see one another. True to form however, they both discover they have a vested interest in protecting those trails and ensuring they both can use them in the future. As part of this campaign, Fat Tire is donating $250,000 to help protect public lands across the U.S.
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