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- New Hire: Dane Williams
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- Beer Release: Gary IPA
- More Bottles of Beer on the Wall
- The Half K Recap That is Longer Than The Race
Round two of the Fat Tire Revolution Series features a seven mile track with 1000 feet of elevation gain each lap. Cat 1-3, kids race free, free onsite camping first come first serve.
More info: http://rideviciouscycle.com/events/beacon-and-legs/
We’ll be serving up some Iron Horse at Spokane’s premier beer, wine and spirits festival also featuring food tastings and live music.
Distances include a 5K, 10K, Half Marathon and Full Marathon. All on trail or gravel road. Views of Mt. Rainier, Adams and St. Helens on a clear day. Registration includes a tour of the wind turbines. Free massages, live music, beer, real food and a fun run for the kids. Benefits Washington Trails Association and Evergreen Mountain Bike Alliance.
MORE INFO TO COME
Bugles don’t come in bulk form, but we’re filling the popcorn machine with as many as we can anyways. Bugles. Tuesdays. Forever. you’re welcome.
Bump into us at Tour De Beer, the beer garden for Tour De Bloom, at the Apple Blossom Festival. Don’t actually bump into us, or do. We might spill your beer. Choose your own adventure right? There will be four beer gardens this year, along with the first-ever Wenatchee Urban Mile Run during a break in action on the criterium course. So put on your walking…err…running shoes.
More info on Tour de Beer can be found here (rhyming is fun): http://www.adventurewenatchee.com/blog/tour-de-beer-back-for-year-ii/
For more info on Tour de Bloom, please visit http://www.wenatcheevalleyvelo.com/
For more on the Apple Blossom Festival, please visit http://www.appleblossom.org/