Branham Snyder

Branham found his love for mountain biking while growing up in Pátzcuaro, a small town in the Southern Sierra Madre of Mexico. He now resides in Bozeman, Montana, where he works as a mechanic at Owenhouse Cycling, coaches for Bozeman Youth Cycling and the Bozeman Pedal Project, and enjoys putting his Altitude to work on the beautiful trails of the Northern Rockies. Whether it’s riding BMX at the skatepark, hopping barriers at the cyclocross races, finding flow at the dirt jumps, or cranking out DH laps at Big Sky Resort on his Maiden, Branham is happiest on two wheels. The Montana Enduro Series was Branham’s introduction to Enduro racing, and after taking the overall title in 2016, he moved onto a bigger stage racing the Big Mountain Enduro, where he placed 9th overall in 2017. For 2018 Branham’s competitive efforts are aimed at having a successful season at the Scott Enduro Cup before heading back home to race the TranSierra Norte in Oaxaca and explore new trails in the heart of Mexico.