Brew City Biker

Exploring the world of craft beer by bike

Nature Selfies

Working and living near Glacier National Park this past summer has forced me to reflect upon why I enjoy backpacking and hiking in our national parks. It also exposed me to the types of people who frequent national parks…and not… Continue Reading →

Whitefish, Montana Brewery Bike Tour

There is no shortage of great craft been in Montana and an impressive amount of breweries for the 1 million populous. If you are passing through Whitefish while visiting Glacier National Park, a visit to the microbreweries in town is… Continue Reading →

Bike SLC

When you think about Salt Lake City it’s likely that Mormons or skiing in Park City or a big saltwater lake pops into your head. Biking is not on the brain for most visitors, however, the bike infrastructure has taken… Continue Reading →

Bike Mechanic Basics to Keep You Rolling

I’ve never considered myself “mechanically inclined,” but when I began bike touring, I began learning how to fix my bike. Even a little bike knowledge can go a long way when you are far from home. Your bike doesn’t care… Continue Reading →

Using Nature & Travel to Find Yourself

You know, sometimes life brings you challenges. It spices life up and you have to take the challenges as so. When I’ve struggled of late, all I have to do it look up…at the sky. And as I stared up… Continue Reading →

Missing the Riverwest 24

When I set out to work in the bike travel industry, it was apparent that I was going to be absent from Milwaukee for the summer, allegedly the best time to be in the “city of festivals.” It also means… Continue Reading →

Biking Montana’s Flathead County

One thing I miss about home is easily biking around to run errands or meet up with friends as Milwaukee is a dense city. I am living pretty close to Whitefish (three miles), but the grocery stores are located on… Continue Reading →

Denver & Fort Collins Beer

In June, I visited Denver for a short four-day “layover” on my way to the west coast. I had a great time spending time with friends and drinking some local craft beers. Prost Brewing in Denver was a unique visit… Continue Reading →

Montana Beer

There is no shortage of craft beer to sample in Montana. Coming from Wisconsin, I wasn’t familiar with Montana craft outside of Big Sky’s Moose Drool and their fabulous Ivan The Terrible Imperial Stout. I’ve tried over 20 brews so… Continue Reading →

Having a Happy Job

In a whirlwind of adventure, I flew to Salt Lake City to start a new job for an active travel company called Backroads in June. My life has become more awesome since getting on that plane. Since I started biking… Continue Reading →

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