The WP skibike instructors decided to hold a last minute demo booth during SIA. Good thing too. Many people stopped by to check them out throughout the day. Two insisted they weren't leaving without buying a bike.
|Winter Park Ski + Ride School Demo Booth
|Biscuit in charge of things. Lenz Sport skibike display
The free demo's with lessons were a great success. Quite a few skibike licenses were issued with participants eager to return to rent bikes in the future. Pegger lessons and rentals all go out of West Portal Rentals.
I ran the booth from about 2- 5 p.m. getting people signed up for Monday and Tuesday. It was a great opportunity to explain the bikes to more people. There were absolutely no negative comments this year. People were either curious or just amped to come try them out.
Down in Denver, I scored a Epic Pass for the ridiculous price of $259. Vail, Breckenridge, Beaver Creek, Keystone, and A-Basin are now in my circle of resorts. I can already bike for free at any other ski resort in Colorado.
I'm going to love the hassle-free option of Arapahoe Basin in the spring. No more trips to HR to pick up Real Deals. Just drive to direct to the ski area.
And a wrap-up of the Denver Snow Show.
And the On-Snow Show at Winter Park Resort. Look close and you may spot me.
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