New Belgium Welcomes You to the Tour de Fat!

Via on Sep 14, 2011

Come one come all to the New Belgium Brewery’s Tour de Fat!

They’ve already scoured half the country, but it’s not too late to join in this event! Catch it while you still can!
This folly-full, musical, and vaudevillian family* event is made for the young and old alike- Celebrating the summer season transitioning into the fall, the Tour de Fat rolls through from state to state brightening peoples days with the relaxing comfort of sustainably brewed beer, and the fun of a solid bike ride.
This year, the tour features a Bike For Car trade! Bring in your gas guzzler and you could get a zero emissions two wheel deal! Be sure to contact them ahead of time in order to make this happen. Get more information here.

The tour still has 5 hot states left! To get specifics about a city near you, see below:

San Francisco, CA – 9/24

San Diego, CA – 10/1

Los Angeles, CA – 10/8

Tempe, AZ – 10/15

Austin, TX – 10/22 

 

*I never promised you a beer garden! Though this is a New Belgium Brewery event, persons openly intoxicated will be rewarded with a free ride out, which is way less fun than a ride in. Responsible drinking is sexy! Have fun!

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Sara Lindsey graduated from the Maharishi University of Management with a degree in Communications & Media with an Emphasis in Writing, since there wasn’t a Journalism major to speak of. Some of her past and current interests include but are not limited to: yoga, raw food, as much travel as possible, Swedish electro-pop, and riding her bike. Sara was born in Morocco, has lived throughout the US, and is a new resident to Boulder, Colorado.

 

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