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SURLY MASHER

Bike and beer lovers rejoice because it’s finally happening. Surly Bikes and Surly Brewing are teaming up to help produce the Surly Masher – the FIRST-EVER collaboration between these two iconic Minnesota brands!

It all happens on February 11, 2018, when bikes and beer(s) meet for a celebration of winter biking at Surly Brewing. The event will also feature a beer garden, music, door prizes, group rides, food trucks, a “big ticket” prize auction, demos of the Surly Bikes fleet on a snowy course, and more.

Better still, the Surly Masher will benefit Full Cycle – a non-profit bike shop located in South Minneapolis that serves and supports youth experiencing homelessness throughout the Twin Cities.

We are absolutely thrilled to be collaborating with Surly Bikes for countless reasons, but here are three good ones:

  1. Our mutual support of and participation in the local bike community.
  2. We’ve both been known to enjoy a beer from time to time.
  3. Something to do in the middle of February in Minnesota? Count us in.

Mark your calendars for an afternoon of bikes and beers in support of a good cause! Stay tuned for news and updates about the Surly Masher by following us on Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram. Or, subscribe to the Surly Masher mailing list to receive updates.

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