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    Do you think this would fly here?

    What if it were cafe, bike shop, craft brewery?

    Look Mum No Hands! from Panvista Productions on Vimeo.

    Quote Originally Posted by Hernando Gutierrez
    The only thing you have to figure out is don't fall down. To keep riding the bike.

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    Be better if it were like this...The Hub...Bike Shop> Tavern> Access to 400 miles worth of trails out the front door

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    If you go to Fort Collins there is a bike shop and brewery in the same building, they so to do very well for themselves.

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    Why would you want all that great stuff in one spot? The wife would surely know where to look!

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    Check this out:

    The Denver Bicycle Cafe
    A blind man searches in a dark room for a black hat that isn't there. Dashiell Hammett

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    Add a rub-n-tug and you'd have it all.
    Gone are the days we stopped to decide,
    Where we should go,
    We just ride...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dipstic View Post
    If you go to Fort Collins there is a bike shop and brewery in the same building, they so to do very well for themselves.
    The problem with RD34 is its a collage kid bar. Its not really a cycling friendly place. In the 7 years or so that I have been here I have been in that place once. I like the concept but I would not have put it where it is and I would make it much more welcoming to real cyclists. Not just a place for kids to drink PBRs cheep.

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    Quote Originally Posted by pulser View Post
    The problem with RD34 is its a collage kid bar.
    There's also Crankenstein which is a bike shop, coffee shop, and bar.

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    Quote Originally Posted by dr.welby View Post
    There's also Crankenstein which is a bike shop, coffee shop, and bar.

    Yea I have herd good things about that place. I haven't stopped in yet.

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    Those all seem to be pretty cool places. Had no idea they even existed.
    Quote Originally Posted by Hernando Gutierrez
    The only thing you have to figure out is don't fall down. To keep riding the bike.

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    Reminds me of Totally Wired. I love it there. I just hang out and have fun while there!

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    Quote Originally Posted by dr.welby View Post
    There's also Crankenstein which is a bike shop, coffee shop, and bar.
    I've never seen the bike shop part of crankenstein opened before and it seems the do mostly touring/townie bikes. The Road 34 does more mountain stuff and stocks more stuff than crankenstein but both seem to focus more on service. As for the bars both have the ups and downs.

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