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Colorado Biking
Three men on mountain bikes looking down a dirt trail in the forest

The Beginner Mountain Biker’s Guide to Fall in Breckenridge

Fall is an excellent time of the year for mountain bikers to enjoy the Rocky Mountains. From the Breckenridge greater area through Loveland Pass, down through Georgetown and beyond, you can find downhill mountain biking experiences for beginners and experienced riders alike. No bike? No problem. Bike rentals are affordable and transportation or delivery is...
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The Difference Between a Downhill, Enduro, and Hardtail Mountain Bikes

When shopping for a new mountain bike it can be difficult figuring out what bike is the best fit for you as a rider. When initially shopping for a bike it can be fairly overwhelming and intimidating with all of the different types of bikes and upgrades you can add to your bike, but here...
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Our Favorite Gravel Rides Near Breckenridge

Peak 9 Rd Peak 9 Rd is a great bike route to discover Breckenridge Ski Resort during the summer. The trail starts on Lower Sawmill by the Beaver Run Resort. This gravel ride is quite challenging with a 3,730-foot elevation gain in 6.64 miles. The trail takes you up past The Overlook restaurant near the...
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4 Classic Colorado Bike Paths You Should Try This Summer

Biking has always been a classic summer pass time and what better way to explore Colorado’s beauty than on two wheels? Below we have compiled our favorite bike paths around the state. They vary in difficulty so no matter what skill level you are, there is a ride for you. All paths are dog-friendly as...
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Build Your Own Brewery Bike Tour

Once you have picked up your bike, head over to the Blue River Bikeway. This bikeway will take you all the way to Frisco, Colorado. The ride is just under 9 miles and will take you 45 minutes to an hour to reach Friso’s Main Street without any stops. While you are riding down the...
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