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Outside Magazine, New Mexico Brewers Guild and Cycle Santa Fe have combined to organize an outdoor festival aimed at the active lifestyle tourist who is seeking the balance between adventure and sophistication, recreation and relaxation, living healthy and living happy.
Outside Bike and Brew Festival, which is set for Friday through Sunday in Santa Fe, is a handcrafted event that blends a variety of rigorous biking activities with beautiful scenery and delicious craft beer in the cultural capital of the Rocky Mountains.
“Festivities will be focused in Santa Fe’s Railyard District on Friday, which means easy access by bike from any part of town. The demonstrations and clinics happening Saturday will really highlight the trail systems we’re fortunate to have in Santa Fe,” said event director Christopher Goblet.
Friday, the festival’s official kick off the festival with beSpoke craft beer pavilion presented by Oskar Blues. The pavilion features New Mexico and Colorado breweries, a bike expo, free Railyard concert with Nashville Indy rockers, Leagues, food trucks, live art demonstrations and a bike beauty pageant complete with a pedi-cab mobile mariachi band.
Saturday, guided rides for all ages and abilities are planned.
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