SummitCove Vacation Lodging's 'It's How We Roll' Free Bike Rental Program is on track to start at the beginning of the 2012 summer season in Keystone, Colorado.

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SummitCove celebrates it's second year partnering with Mountain View Sports on the 'It's How We Roll' bike program, where every summer reservation receives a free bike rental, in addition to other deals and discounts.

It's How We Roll: Free Bike Rentals with EVERY Summer Reservation with

SummitCove Vacation Rentals in Keystone sets themselves apart from other Vacation Lodging Companies by offering the 'It's How We Roll' free bike rental program for summer reservations. Each reservation booked for the summer season with the company will receive a free two-hour bike rental voucher from a local bike and ski shop, Mountain View Sports. The coupon also entitles the guest to a retail discount and the option to upgrade to one of the shop's popular 'Ride the Pass' bicycle tours which takes bikers on a leisurely downhill ride in the Vail Pass area, about 35 minutes West of Keystone.

The free bike rentals are just one of the many discounts guests receive when booking with SummitCove Vacation Lodging. All guests receive a copy of the bi-annual Key to Keystone Coupon Book which includes discounts from local restaurants and businesses. Previous summer coupons have included things such as free margaritas, discounts at local restaurants, rafting trips, fishing guides, shopping, massages, and salons.

Keystone, Colorado is most well-known as a winter destination, popular for skiing and snowboarding, but most who have visited during the summer months will agree it is even more beautiful in the summer and hosts just as many activities, if not more than the winter season. Keystone has one of the best downhill bike parks in the country, along with miles and miles of a paved bike path that runs throughout Summit County. Golfers can enjoy two courses right in Keystone and a handful of other courses within just a few miles. Visitors to the area can also enjoy other summer activities such as hiking among wildflowers, paddle boating, fishing, kayaking, sailing, whitewater rafting, ziplining and swimming.

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