Adventures

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What is Slab City Really Like?

Slab City is not officially a town. However, it can be found on a map and is most definitely a community. What’s it really like visiting the Last Free Place on Earth?

April and craft beer near Moab Utah

Craft Beer & Mountain Biking Pairings 101

Looking for some fun MTB riding skills and tips and a group to ride with? How about some organized beer tastings and brewery tours after the bike ride? Come ride and drink with us. You may regret it (you won’t) but you’ll never forget it!

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What is Slab City Really Like?

Named for the concrete slabs left behind from a forgone WWII military base, it is not technically recognized as a town. However, it can be found on a map and is most definitely a community, albeit not an official one. But what’s it really like in Slab City? What’s it really like visiting a community known as the Last Free Place on Earth?

Ken and Scott riding BV trails Colorado with Bikin' Bits logo

Bikin’ Bits: Short Bits on Where to MTB

Welcome to Bikin’ Bits – a short bit about bikin’ – Bonus podcast episodes where we summarize the trails, so you know exactly where you want to go. And of course there’ll be a brewery recommendation at the end.

Check out our newest: Tucson, Arizona, where the Saguaros meet the trails. Just don’t find yourself inadvertently hugging a cactus.

Ken and April biking in Trent South Dakota

Craft Beer Travelers Top 5 of 2020

As I was compiling all of our data for 2020, I found myself bitching about all the money we spent eating out, drinking beer, maintaining our mountain bikes and traveling. But the truth is, this is what we love to do. So, why would we stop? Here are our top 5 lists for things beer, biking and travel related. We hope you find this list entertaining, informative and helpful when planning your 2021 craft beer lifestyle.

Re-cycling Our Way into Used Mountain Bikes

It turns out having our mountain bikes stolen was a blessing in disguise. If not for some scuzzbag, we might never have found our way to Lucky Bikes Re-Cyclery, where we were able to re-cycle our way into some new-to-us, used mountain bikes. How happy are we after months of riding them?