Dierks Bentley Shares Photos from Favorite New ‘Office,’ Teases Upcoming Tour

by Halle Ames
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Dierks Bentley took to Twitter to give fans a look at his “new office” as well as tease his “awesome” tour for next year. 

Bentley posted to Twitter today a series of photos during a mountain biking trip, claiming it’s his “new favorite ‘office.'” 

In the first photo, Bentley has his arm raised while standing behind his mountain bike. Beautiful snow-covered mountains are seen in the background. The singer sports black gloves, gray shorts, a black long sleeve, and a black short-sleeve button-up shirt. He also has on sunglasses, headphones, and a white helmet for safety. 

In picture number two, Bentley and a friend both have a hand up, like in the last picture. The country music artist has layered up a bit more with a grey long sleeve shirt and black pants. 

The third image shows Bentley pushing his bike while covered in snow. The mountains and trees in the background are also blanketed in a thick layer of snow. 

Finally, the last picture shows a path in the snow between two mountains. A person off their bike is seen in the distance. 

Bentley captioned the post, “My new favorite “office”…. fat bike season. Listening to music and new mixes. And getting more optimistic each day about next year. We have an awesome tour lined up…just need the green light. #living” 

Outdoorsman Dierks Bentley

Bentley is an avid outdoorsman with numerous posts from his hiking trips. Back in mid-October, the artist posted four photos of a hiking trip up Seven Peaks with his friends.

“Little walk around town yesterday. Hit 7 peaks with the post morning school drop off crew. Need to hit the 7 peaks at @SevenPeaksFest next year. #7summits

Again, in early October, he posted three photos of himself and his wife, Cassidy, climbing up the “Coors Light Mountain,” which is Wilson Peak in Colorado. 

“Local hike this morning with some local nutrition Byte Bar. Coors Light Mountain (Wilson Peak) in background.”

Bentley announced that he had left his 26-year home in Nashville, Tennessee, and “moved out West with my family in March and have been living in a small town making up for lost time with them.” In the post, he teased his new song, “Gone,” which he released on October 23. 

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