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From Tannus Armor: The Summer Solstice in the Northern Hemisphere means nearly 15 hours of sunlight. Tannus Athlete, Bryn Bingham, sets out to take advantage of the whole day.
5:30 am: Jupiter peak is the highest point in park city, sitting at a little over 10,000 feet. Once atop this peak, there is nearly 5,000 vertical feet of top-tier single track that lead directly to Park City Mainstreet.
1:00 pm: Woodward Park City is one of Utah’s most popular lift-served trail systems and the perfect location for some relaxing lift laps.
6:30 pm: To finish the day we went to Bryn’s stomping grounds, I Street, Salt Lake City. Iconic jump lines as far as the eye can see.
This video was shot in one day, starting at 5:30 am and wrapping up at 9 pm. 3 locations, 15.5 hours, and 0 flats.
Photo/Video by: Branson Kendall