Family Send: ‘Bear With Us’ Shows You’re Never Too Young to Shred

Watch as one family — and their 3-year-old — take on some of the best singletrack trails in the South.

When your parents are an adventurous RN mom and a raft-company-owning dad, you grow up with access to some pretty epic experiences. Now, lots of kids have exposure to things like learning to ride a bike, exploring a local trail, maybe playing in the snow. Maybe even camping.

But how about checking out 20 miles of flowy singletrack? Meet 3-year-old Bear Crawford, son of Katie and Dave Crawford. He’s ready to take on the challenge.

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As Kitsbow wrote, “There’s a few things we can learn from this trip — about danger, failure, adventure, and pace. And especially snacks!” Read the family’s full story.

Runtime: 5 minutes

This film is part of the “36 Hours in Kitsbow” film grant series. It is the fifth film out of six to premiere. Like this film? Check out the other “36 Hours in Kitsbow” titles:

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Mary Murphy

Mary Murphy is the Managing Editor of GearJunkie and serves as the leader of Lola Digital Media’s DEI Committee.

She has been writing about hiking, running, climbing, camping, skiing, and more for seven years, and has been on staff at GearJunkie since 2019. Prior to that, Mary wrote for 5280 Magazine in Denver while working as an outdoor instructor teaching climbing, kayaking, paddleboarding, and mountain biking at Avid4Adventure. Based in Denver, Colorado, Murphy is an avid hiker, runner, backpacker, skier, yogi, and pack-paddleboarder.

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