04 Jul, 2017 | Fyin.com

Fyin Team Building Mountain Biking Trip

Ready, set, let the adventure begin! On Monday, July 3, 2017 the Fyin.com team traveled to beautiful Winter Park, CO to learn how to mountain bike. We started the morning by taking lessons where we were taught the fundamentals of mountain biking. Once we were confident we had mastered the fundamentals, it was all downhill from there! Winter Park may be known for its winters but the summers are just as great. From mountain sports to summer festivals, there's no shortage of things to do when the mountains aren't snow packed. The Fyin.com team would like to thank the wonderful and very helpful staff at Winter Park Resorts for helping us create an incredible experience that none of us will forget. We hope everyone had a safe and wonderful 4th of July! 

                In the coming week it's back to work making custom CMS solutions using our beloved CMS Umbraco. We’re excited for some noteworthy updates coming to Umbraco in the coming weeks and how we will implement these in projects in the near future. In the meantime, we’re busy working on some exciting and complex projects that include everything from load balancing to a,b,c testing to data analytics. We're looking forward to working on some more unique and custom integrations coming down the pipeline with our systems.

Posted By: Austin

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