“Alaskan Bush People” star Bear Brown is hitting the road with his bike in tow. The Discovery Channel star posted a bike selfie to Instagram on Tuesday. It showed Bear on an open gravel path through the mountains, gripping the handlebars.
He did not caption the post, but let the picture speak for itself.
Bear Brown Breaks Up With Longtime Girlfriend
This week, the “Alaskan Bush People” star’s longtime girlfriend and fiancée Raiven Adams confirmed that the two had broken up, again, on social media. They began dating in 2018. They got engaged in 2019, and then broke up soon therafter, only to get back together in 2020 after they learned they were having a child.
Speculation had proliferated about the breakup after Bear posted a message to social media in March: “Tonight, my heart breaks.”
Adams refused to answer online questions that were not about her. But she did confirm that their son River has Bear’s last name. She also said that she will no longer be appearing on “Alaskan Bush People” and wants to put the show behind her.
‘Alaskan Bush People’ Family Feud Breaks Out
Earlier this month, Bear was forced to take to social media to rebut the claims made by his older brother Matt in a series of Instagram videos.
Matt had aired multiple allegations about the family, with whom he had been living in the early days of the show, and the production crew of “Alaskan Bush People.” Matt was involved in the show during its launch.
Specifically, Matt claimed his late father, Billy Brown, took all the money they made on “Alaskan Bush People,” including his kids’ cut. And he alleged that the production crew gave his father and mother drugs in an attempt to get him addicted to them. Matt has reportedly wrestled with substance abuse in the past.
“None of it is true!” Bear countered in an Instagram post. “It’s heartbreaking that he would say such horrible lies about Da just a few months after he passed away! I pray he can find the peace and serenity in his life that he needs. God bless everyone!”
Billy Brown died in February at age 68. He reportedly suffered a fatal seizure. The Brown family patriarch had wrestled with heart problems before. Doctors had advised him to move to a lower altitude. But he was determined as ever to live life on his own terms.