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Reviewed February 20, 2017 via mobile

We rented sleds for $10 a day here. They had a great selection of used ski equipment as well. Tons of pants coats and boots! No need to pack bulky clothes just rent or buy them here. The guy working there was very friendly.

Date of experience: February 2017
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Reviewed February 15, 2017 via mobile

Lots of fun and you get a great beer at the end! If you haven't ridden a fat tire bike, you will be hooked by the end of the ride! Tour guides are awesome and knowledgeable. Totally worth it!

Date of experience: February 2017
1  Thank ReedW38
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Reviewed February 15, 2017

Staff was friendly and experience overall was great. The skis were brand new which was great considering I hadn't skied in 10 years. My 4.5 year old was fitted quickly and the person helping us talked him through everything he was doing which was right up his alley. Definitely recommend!

Date of experience: February 2017
1  Thank MeetingPlanner2011
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Reviewed February 8, 2017

We found this tour on the internet and as avid bikers were anxious to try winter biking on the fat bikes. The moment we walked into the store we were treated like old friends. I needed a lighter weight jacket and found the perfect North Face jacket at a very reasonable price. We were fitted for bikes and helmets and went on the tour with Rob and a new guide, Ashley. The bikes were amazing -- they were so lightweight and easy to handle in snow, through puddles and on dry pavement. Rob showed us around town a bit first and gave us some history of the town. Then we headed off to the Broken Compass Brewery. Rob carried our water and extra gear, stayed at our pace, took pictures and a video and answered all our questions. The ride was fairly easy and the scenery was beautiful. We talked about the possibility of returning to Breckenridge this summer and Rob gave us a lot of info about other Summer riding options. Tim went on a solo tour with Rob the day before and really enjoyed exploring off the beaten path. We both liked the flexibility of the tour. We highly recommend checking out the tour and the shop -- whether you are beginners or experienced riders. Rob will adjust to your abilities to make sure you have a great time. Oh, and the Brewery was a nice endpoint t for the tour... Tim enjoyed sampling the beer, and as a non-beer drinker, I enjoyed the relaxed atmosphere and great conversation.

Date of experience: February 2017
1  Thank Tim N Donna M
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Reviewed February 7, 2017

We had no idea what to expect for a 3.5 mile fat bike tour to Broken Compass brewery, but we decided, WTF, let's give it a shot. We are pretty strong riders, and didn't expect what was delivered. Plus, we like beer.
The owner, Rob, took us out on state of the art Borealis carbon bikes, which are standard for the shop. The ride was the advanced option which was about 6-7 miles, and totally cool , filled with as much touring or high jinx fun as requested. The end of the ride culminated at the brewery where he and another guide joined us for some seriously great craft beer at the Broken Compass brewery. I particularly loved the coffee IPA and the bourbon IPA.
HIGHLY RECOMMENDED!

Date of experience: February 2017
2  Thank Lawrence P
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