Thanks for visiting. We’re not exactly drowning in snow here in central Minnesota, but the fatties have been out in full force for Handlebar Happy Hours and other spontaneous rides. Summer riding season is coming, stay tuned for our new ride schedule.
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See you on the roads and trails of Minnesota!
Mostly fat and one skinny:
Fall weather continues to be just right for riding!
Meet at the St. Joseph trail head at 6:00 and ride at 6:15.
We’ll discuss details, but we’ll stick to the trail for sure.
Bring lights and wear reflective, flashy stuff.
See you there. It’ll be awesome.
Here are the details:
42 miles and 9 stops
Starting 1:00 at Bang with round trip ending at Urban Growler.
Thanks, Joel Schneider for donating a bike rack.
On September 27, Al has put together another one of his craft brew tours and you are invited!
It doesn’t get any better than this-
Bikes and brunch.
Meet at the Water’s Edge, formerly 400 Club, at 10:00 am, ride at 10:15.
We’ll ride the Rockville Ride and have brunch afterwards.
Fall colors should be in full blast by then.
The Water’s Edge buffet is $12.95.
Joel Schneider Auto Service of Albany donated this rack to the city of Albany for the Lake Wobegon Trail rest area by the library.
Saturday, August 23. The route starts and ends at Lift Bridge Brewing Company in Stillwater. I will visit Flat Earth, Tin Whiskers, Urban Growler, Bang Brewery, Bent Brewstillery, Barley John’s Brew Pub, Big Wood and return to Lift Bridge. Google maps suggests it will be about 58 miles, assuming no wrong turns. If you don’t want to ride that far, you are welcome to join anywhere along the route. I keep a pretty tight schedule. Happy Biking! Al
Here’s the ride info pdf: Tour De Tap 082314
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