October 20, 2014

Microbrew Bike Ride

One of the perks of blogging is meeting new people with similar interests. Beth of brewcitybiker.com and I have been “blogger friends” for months and decided to go on a ride together. When she rode up to my apartment, I felt like I already knew her, though it was the first time we met in real life!
Taking advantage of the tandem when a tire went flat
I suppose she had a pretty good idea of who I am too, since she was going to crash at my place the night before our ride. We geeked out about all things biking - gear, our rides, favorite winter riding get-up, you name it. 
Beth mapped out our ride route to include four stops for microbrews - Ale Asylum, Karben4, One Barrel, and The Malt House. I highly encourage you to gather your beer-loving friends and take this ride.
Be sure to check out Beth’s thoughts on the ride here.


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