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Ridden

Breckenridge, CO, USA
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About Ridden
Looking for something to do off-the-mountain while on vacation in Breckenridge? A Ridden fat bike tour is the solution! Ridden offers three winter fat bike tours to the Broken Compass Brewery, Breckenridge Distillery, and a food tour visiting some of the harder to find, "Must Taste" specialty food purveyors in town. Choose between a relaxed casual or an advanced route to each tour destination with tours launching 3 times a day at 11 am, 1 pm and 3 pm, accommodating up to 8 cyclists per winter tour wave. Return transportation is provided for the Breckenridge Distillery and Broken Compass Brewery tours and both facilities are family friendly. Book by phone or online at breckenridgebiketours . com
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Pedal and sip your way through Colorado’s winter landscape on a 2.5- to 3-hour bike and beer tour from Breckenridge. Hop on a an easy-to-ride fat bike, then follow your guide on a 4-mile trip through snowy terrain. Stop at Broken Compass Craft Brewery and Breckenridge Distillery to try some of their best craft beers. Afterwards, relax in comfortable return transfer to the La Cima Mall.
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Locorico wrote a review Jul 2020
Brecksville, OH20 contributions9 helpful votes
Thanks to Jared & Ridden for providing everything we needed for a fantastic overnight camping trip! We found a sublime spot in Selkirk Gulch off Boreas Pass Rd. Follow signs to Selkirk Campground and go another mile or so down the road (pretty rough - recommend FWD). Heaven! We brought our own chairs & misc. supplies (like T.P.) but everything else was in the kit...including the super-easy setup Coleman tents. Thanks Ridden! See you next year!
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Date of experience: July 2020
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Gina D wrote a review Mar 2020
Smyrna, Georgia17 contributions4 helpful votes
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We were planning a trip to Colorado and were looking for activities. We decided to try ski bikes after speaking to Roger. He answered all of our pre-arrival questions. We had an amazing experience! The weather, the service and the bikes were all great. We ended up spending a whole day on the slopes. Prices are very reasonable, too. The bikes were surprisingly easy. I thought I would suck, and I didn’t! This coming from someone who has never stepped foot on a ski resort ever before in my life. It probably took us 10 - 15 minutes to get comfortable with the bikes and a few times off the ski lift to get the hang of it. If you’re thinking about doing this, go for it! Roger and team will make sure you are familiar with the equipment and slopes to ensure you have the best day. Seriously, these guys went out of their way to make sure we were comfortable and set up to have a great time. We are so thankful for this experience.
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Date of experience: February 2020
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Sandrela wrote a review Dec 2019
Colorado Springs, Colorado3 contributions
Our tour guide was the best! He took us around bike riding and he explained to us the history of Breckenridge. He was super knowledgeable. He even lend us ski pants so we wouldn’t be cold. Then he took us to a brewery and the distillery.
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Date of experience: December 2019
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Mike Z wrote a review Oct 2019
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The tour was great for all skill levels and the stops at the distillery and brewery was a nice touch. Our tour guides Kayla and Rye were awesome and gave us some great suggestions for things to do around town.
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Date of experience: October 2019
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Michael G wrote a review Oct 2019
Livingston, New Jersey5 contributions1 helpful vote
The first 45 minutes were sitting on our bikes in the middle of town listening to an unenthusiastic guide tell some local facts. The next part was a little better because we actually road the bikes. Went to the distillery which is fun, but the bike tour added no extra value. Then went to the brewery and for the $70 bike package got a free 5 ounce tasting. I would just rent a bike and do the tour on your own.
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Date of experience: October 2019
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Response from Rob C, Owner at Ridden
Responded Oct 7, 2019
I am truly sorry you did't have the experience you were expecting on your tour. This review gives us a great opportunity to set guest expectations as yours were clearly not met. Our tour is designed to highlight the sights of Breckenridge in a tasteful and delightful way while adding a social component that is great for creating lasting memories on unique bikes. The tour is great for corporate team building, families, friends and groups with a wide range of athletic ability that want to learn about Breckenridge, get a little bit of exercise and enjoy guided discovery. We are at 10,000 ft above sea level and the portion sizes provided in the tour are designed so that everyone is safe, and has fun today and tomorrow. Guests can go beyond what is offered by default but we are limited by what we can safely include. For insurance & safety purposes we do not allow guests to ride bikes back to town after the tour has landed. Yes, you can get a DUI on a bike and we don't want that to happen to anyone. This is precisely why we arrange shuttle rides for guests back to town. If you are seeking a frat-party-on-wheels this is not the tour for you, however if you do want to rent bikes we do offer that service as well.
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