For some unknown reason, there seems to be a connection between microbreweries and cycling, especially mountain biking. In 2014, Singletrack.com ran an article entitled Ten Beer Towns with a Mountain Biking Problem. A number of microbreweries have beers with mountain biking names, such as Singletrack Copper Ale from Boulder Beer, which claims to be Colorado's first craft brewery. By far, the best known beer with a cycling name is Fat Tire Amber Ale from New Belgium Brewing, also located in Colorado. It has even spawned some beers by other microbreweries with similar names. Thirsty Pagan Brewing in Wisconsin once offered a Flat Tire Ale that has been retired.
Another trend spreading throughout the United States that involves cycling and beer is the appearance of party bikes. These are large vehicles which accommodate eight or more people who propel the bike by pedaling. Typically the vehicle's route will include a number of bars. The party bike was invented in Holland in 1997, but is now popular in a number of major cities in America.
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