It’s billed as ‘The Best Party in Billings!’

It’s Ales For Trails coming up on Sept. 9th at ZooMontana!

Dean Cromwell, owner of the Spoke Shop in Billings, is among top businesses in Yellowstone County who make the difference each year for Trailnet. His love and enthusiasm for biking is incredible. He truly lives his passion for riding in Big Sky Country. “We have an incredible and exceptional trail system in Billings. It’s exciting to see the planned future growth and it will continue to grow in the future,” said Cromwell. “There’s not a better experience than to ride in one of the most gorgeous and bicycle-friendly cities,” according to Cromwell. And, is one of the Spoke Shops greatest fans! Cromwell is a genuine and trusted advocate for the biking community. He even took me for a spin on the hot, new and latest biking thrill – the electric bicycle! So much fun!

Ales For Trails has become one of the most anticipated and favorite community events in Billings featuring over 50 great microbrews, wine, food, and live music. All of the money raised goes to continue the strategic building plan for Billings Trailnet.

The Ales For Trails epic fundraiser has food trucks galore, live music from Repeat Offenders, giant beer pong, silent disco and a photo booth – all at ZooMontana!

Enter a raffle for a fat tire bike and other prizes.

All proceeds benefit the Billings trail system.

Tickets are available at The Spoke Shop, The Base Camp and Yellowstone Fitness.

You must be 21 for this 5-10 p.m. party on September 9 from 5pm to 9pm.  5:00PM — 10:00

See you there!