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Adventure + Apres Pairings (Summer Edition)

It is part of the mountain culture, the connection between adventure and après. Whether you are spending the day on the trails mountain biking or hiking to the top of a fourteen-er or cruising down the river or taking a few swings at the golf course, every activity seems just a little bit better when it's finished with a cocktail or craft beer. We've paired some of our favorite adventures with a delicious beverage. So come down to the RMU Tavern or Backyard Beer Garden, kick your feet up and reflect on the day with friends.  Mountain biking + Craft brews The mountain bike culture and craft beer go hand-in-hand. Did you know that there are over 600+ miles of single track in our...

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Summer time and the livin' is good. RMU and Breck Bike Guides have teamed for a new summer series called BIKES + BEERS + BANDS, offering a day full of skills clinics, post-ride beers, and good tunes. Each ticket includes a guided ride, skills training at the Breckenridge Pump Track, and two beers to enjoy while local bands take over the RMU Tavern stage. Not a biker? Join us at 5:00 pm for live music and $6 beers Share and invite your friends on Facebook: JUNE | JULY | AUG | SEPT $15/person--all proceeds from the guided ride benefit Summit County Search and Rescue, as well at 50% of beer sales in the backyard. Discounted bike rentals will be available. Please book by...

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What RMU's Athletes are up to in the Summer

RMU is a crew full of mountain enthusiasts . . . on and off the slopes. As summer approaches, we wanted to know what our athletes are doing post ski season. From hiking to biking, traveling to, well, yes, more skiing, here is where you will find Bryan Fino, Morgan Dinsdale, JJ Vinet, Ben Smith and Ethan Swadburg. Bryan Fino Well, you can find Fino...outside. "First guess would be in the middle of a river up to my waist in water fishing from sunrise to sunset.  The only noise is that of the running water and the cracking of opening up a beer," says Fino.   If not in the river, you can find him doing his best billy goat impression hiking up mountains....

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Summer Workouts to Prepare You for Next Season

There is no such things as an "off season" when you work in the outdoor industry. Skiing stops (for the most part) and summer adventure kicks in. But how do you stay in shape for the next ski season? How do you fill your days and keep your ski fitness up over the next 5-6 months? JJ Vinet lays out his tips to keep you primed for next year, while Benny Smith offers his workout suggestions. Our suggestion, make the most of the great outdoors. Keep active every day: It can be hard to get after it every day, especially when your on summer vacation, working those dreaded office days in doors, and in a constant downer now that winter is gone. Come up with mild...

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