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HAIL HERF! John Hereford, inventor of the Tracker DTS, cuts the Tracker cake at BCA headquarters. On Wednesday (6/20) the last Tracker DTS rolled off our Boulder assembly line—after 20 years on the market. “Herf” and BCA introduced the DTS in 1997. It was the world’s first digital (and multiple antenna) avalanche transceiver. It also led to the development of our market-leading Tracker2, Tracker3 and coming soon the new Tracker S. #backcountryaccess#bcatracker
Come to our station on #BiketoWorkDay! We’ll be on the Skunk Creek bike path in #Boulder with @CommunityCycles, @SkratchLabs, and most important--Shamane’s Bake Shoppe! We’ll have stickers, swag, snacks, and a place for you to enter to win one of three BCA 360 Commute Grab backpacks. See you on the path from 6:30-9:00 am, Wednesday, June 27! Enter to win a BCA 360 Commute Grab pack HERE: https://tinyurl.com/y7s9c4j4 #WaytoGoDenver#backcountryacccess
"Who would have ever thought that, in the era of smartphones, two-way radios would make a comeback? Well, they have, at least in the backcountry, where cell coverage can be sketchy." Check out the latest BCA Today Blog by BCA Electronics Category Director, Toni Leskela. READ: https://goo.gl/uetwsC #backcountryaccess#bcatoday#bcablog
"If you’re traveling in avalanche terrain, avalanche airbags are a good idea — they’ve proven to decrease the probability of a full burial in the event of an avalanche." Check out our latest blog: "Benefits of the Float 27 Speed Pack's Fully Segregated Airbag System" to learn more! READ: https://goo.gl/7omN9v #backcountryaccess#bcatoday#sendandreturn