"Exploring our world is what brings the Red Beard’s community together."

Building a Sense of Community and Adventure, Our Goals:

  • Help our customers enjoy the outdoors without worrying about their gear.
  • Improving our community by giving back
  • Events and classes 
  • We are passionate about treating others the way we would like to be treated and helping them to enjoy their next adventure.

You, the Customer

The most important people in the Red Beard’s community are our customers. We genuinely care about the next adventure our customers are getting ready for, and we are always excited to hear their stories and see their pictures when they get back. We support our customers through our Red Beard's Rewards Program and our group events (Free yoga on Thursday @ 8:30am and the Red Beard’s Running Club @ 6pm on Thursday nights).

Giving Back

Giving back to the larger community around us is also important. Through Red Beard’s Round Up and the generous donations of our customers, we are able to give back to different local charities each month. There are also many talented local artist that Red Beard’s has on display and for sale. From nationally recognized potters and wood carvers to candle makers for a cause to grandmothers that handcraft soap for their grandbaby’s eczema.

A Sense of Community

Our employees are a very important part of the Red Beard’s family. Many of them are college students and just starting to recognize the larger community around them. For this reason, Red Beard’s offers 20 hours of paid volunteer time to its employees. We also offer partial tuition reimbursement, as long as they are enrolled and passing courses to improve themselves. Entering races and participating in charity walks/runs is an important way for our employees to get involved with the community, and Red Beard’s pays their race entry fees.

EVENTS

Yoga on the Nature Trails!

Yoga on the Nature Trails!

Sep 26, 4:30pm - Sep 26, 5:30pm

University Of South Alabama Glenn Sebastian Nature Trail
Mobile, AL  36688 Map

Join us this afternoon while we enjoy some Yoga out on USA's Nature Trails, bring friends!

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Backpacking 101: Making Dehydrated Meals

Backpacking 101: Making Dehydrated Meals

Sep 26, 6:00pm - Sep 26, 7:00pm

Red Beard's Outfitter
4354 Old Shell Rd
Mobile, AL  36608 Map

Tired of the same old meals on your camping trips? Join us for a free lecture by Juli Day of the Alabama Hiking Trail Society to learn how you can make dehydrated meals for your trips at home!

137 interested  ·  14 going
TenSixtyFive

TenSixtyFive

Sep 29, 6:00pm - Oct 1, 10:00pm

Downtown Mobile/ Mobile Bay Map

TenSixtyFive is back for another FREE weekend of fun, music and friends in downtown Mobile, Alabama. Save the dates for September 29, 30 and October 1!

DAILY SCHEDULE IS UP -- check out TenSixtyFive.com!

Stay tuned for more and #PartyOn.

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Haunted Mobile - Opening Weekend!

Haunted Mobile - Opening Weekend!

Sep 29, 6:00pm - Sep 30, 11:00pm

150 S Royal St, Mobile, AL 36602-3001, United States

Join us as we celebrate opening weekend for Haunted Mobile, as presented by Haunted Ducks and Haunted Fort: Notorious Beginnings.

What is Haunted Ducks?
For centuries Mobile has been home to pirates, vagabonds, miscreants, soldiers, and ladies of the night. While their bodies may be gone their souls remain. Embark on a spine-tingling tour of Mobile and the Mobile River as we search along our haunted city streets for these forgotten souls who linger somewhere between today and the afterlife.

While this tour is quite creepy this is a family attraction!

What is Haunted Fort: Notorious Beginnings?
Haunted Fort brings together an amazing cast of actors, special effects, stages, and scenes in a truly unique and exciting walkthrough experience that you see, hear, touch, smell and feel. It’s tremendous fun and it’s sometimes a bit scary.

Haunted Fort will reveal the lesser-known side of our city’s beginnings as actors depict the spirits of Mobile’s founding fathers and others whose dark legacies lurk in the shadows of the historic fort and beyond.
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Fire Eating Workshop

Fire Eating Workshop

Sep 30, 5:00pm - Sep 30, 6:30pm

Cottage Hill Park
1711 Hillcrest Rd
Mobile, AL  36609 Map

This is a workshop for those seriously interested in learning the art of fire eating. We will practice breathing, focus, what to know about fire eating torches and suitable fuels, and how to eat fire. Fee $35/person, all props provided. Beginners friendly.

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2nd Saturday Bike Ride: Offering 2 Rides

2nd Saturday Bike Ride: Offering 2 Rides

Oct 14, 8:00am - Oct 14, 11:00am

City of Pascagoula -- Government
603 Watts Avenue
Pascagoula, MS  39567-4220 Map

We are now offering two rides on 2nd Saturday in Pascagoula, both are no-drop rides.

The first ride will start at 8 am, covering roughly 12-15 miles at a pace of 12-14 mph.

The second ride will start at 10:15 am, covering roughly 2-6 miles at a pace of 10 mph or less.

Each ride may vary depending on participation.

Meet-up at Beach Park, 600 City Park Street. Before returning to Beach Park (and if time permits) we will stop by Crazy B's Coffee and Confections on Market Street. Water is provided free to cyclists and regular menu items are available at a discounted rate.

Helmets are strongly recommended.
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Apple Snail Roundup

Apple Snail Roundup

Oct 14, 9:00am - Oct 14, 11:00am

Langan Park
4901 Zeigler Blvd
Mobile, AL  36608 Map

Join us for an Apple Snail Roundup and help us remove this invasive species from Three Mile Creek to prevent it from spreading to the Delta and the Bay.

We host two Apple Snail Roundups each year at Langan Park along Three Mile Creek. Apple Snails are an invasive species that destroy habitat by eating vegetation along streams and river banks. Volunteers will help find and capture adult and juvenile apple snails, as well as remove apple snail eggs. This event will also serve as a litter cleanup.

** IF YOU HAVE YOUR OWN CANOE, KAYAK, OR SMALL BOAT, PLEASE BRING IT!

We will need as many boats there as possible to remove the snails from the pond at the park. Please wear comfortable clothes that you do not mind getting a little dirty. Cleanup tools, safety items, and drinks are provided. Please come and go when you can!

Sign up here to volunteer: www.mobilebaykeeper.org/apple-snail-round-up/

For more information, please contact Jamie Bullock at jbullock@mobilebaykeeper.org or call 251-433-4229.
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30A Half Marathon & 5K

30A Half Marathon & 5K

Oct 15, 7:00am - Oct 15, 1:00pm

Gulf Place
95 Laura Hamilton Blvd
Santa Rosa Beach, FL  32459 Map

The 2nd Annual 30A Half Marathon & 5K Race will kick off on October 15, 2017! Starting and ending at Gulf Place, this scenic course is sure to please any runing enthusiast. All Proceeds will benefit The Sonder Project.

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Woofstock 2017

Woofstock 2017

Oct 22, 11:00am - Oct 22, 6:30pm

Bienville Square
150 Dauphin St
Mobile, AL  36602 Map

Woofstock turns lucky number 13 this year! Join us on October 22nd for a day filled with the fun you have come to love like weiner dog races, our dog costume contest, music, kid zone and great food & drinks! Plus, stay tuned as we unveil the newest additions to our fun day for humans and their furry companions - all to benefit the Animal Rescue Foundation (ARF).

Tickets are just $15 for adults and $5 for children. All the fun kid zone activities are included in the admission price as well as entering your pup in the weiner dog race and costume contest.

Bring all your human and furry friends down to Woofstock for a fun day for all ages!

Sponsors - forms are available at www.woofstockmobile.com or email us at Woofstock@animalrescuemobile.org. We'd love to see you out there!
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Backpacking 101: Best Places to Hike Near Mobile

Backpacking 101: Best Places to Hike Near Mobile

Oct 24, 6:00pm - Oct 24, 7:00pm

Red Beard's Outfitter
4354 Old Shell Rd
Mobile, AL  36608 Map

Our Backpacking 101 lecture series is back! If you're looking for places to hike locally, join us to discover where you can hike locally in this lecture lead by Joe Cuhaj, author of Hiking Alabama, Hiking the Gulf Coast, and many more.

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The Great Haunted Halloween Bicycle Tour

The Great Haunted Halloween Bicycle Tour

Oct 26, 5:30pm - Oct 26, 8:30pm

City of Pascagoula -- Government
603 Watts Avenue
Pascagoula, MS  39567-4220 Map

Meet-up at the Pascagoula Rereation Center, 2935 Pascagoula Street, starting at 5:30 pm. There will be a kids and group costume contest, juding begins at 6 pm, followed by a trick or treating bicycle tour rolling out at 7 pm. The route wil be approx. 5 miles.

Bicycle lights are required and helmets are recommended.
The ride is fully supported by Pascagoula's Police Department and the Recreation Department will provide a truck and trailer for anyone who cannot complete the route.

For more information, call 228-938-2356.
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Marine Debris Removal on One Mile Creek

Marine Debris Removal on One Mile Creek

Oct 28, 9:00am - Oct 28, 11:00am

One Mile Creek

Join us for our first official marine debris removal on One Mile Creek. This event is part of a two-year grant we received from NOAA to help Mobile "Move Toward a Litter Free Mardi Gras" by removing debris and litter from One Mile Creek, the waterway that receives a significant amount of runoff pollution from Mardi Gras. Learn more about the project here: www.mobilebaykeeper.org/bay-blog/2017/8/15/mobile-baykeeper-awarded-56000-grant-from-noaa-for-mar...

We will partner with Thompson Engineering, Mobile Bay National Estuary Program, and the City of Mobile throughout this project. For this event, Thompson Engineering will provide us with the technical expertise to help us remove large debris we find in the creek.

Volunteers with canoes or kayaks are particularly needed to remove litter fromt he creek. Please dress comfortably in clothes you do not mind getting a little wet or dirty. For those who do not want to clean up from the water, we will also be picking up litter around the edge of the creek and in the field near the creek.

For more information, please contact Education & Outreach Coordinator Jamie Bullock at jbullock@mobilebaykeeper.org or call 251-433-4229
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The Wicked Wooded Walk

The Wicked Wooded Walk

Oct 31, 8:30pm - Oct 31, 10:00pm

23030 Wolf Bay Dr, Foley, AL 36535-9015, United States

For the ultimate Halloween experience, Graham Creek will offer a one night only walk into the wicked woods! Take a wagon ride out to Russian Road where you will depart on your journey. A guide will take you through a dense forest once inhabited by sharecroppers. Who knows what or who will come out that dark creepy night? If you make it out of the 20 acre tract, a wagon will be waiting to drive you back to the Interpretive Center. There will only be 2 groups with a maximum of 16 per group. This adventure is for 18 and over (no exceptions). No phones or flashlights allowed out during walk and closed toed shoes are required. Cost is $20 and each trip will take at least 1 hour and 15 minutes. Tickets will be sold at the Interpretive Center prior to the event.... See MoreSee Less

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Gears and Beers - 2017

Gears and Beers - 2017

Nov 11, 6:00am - Nov 11, 5:00pm

LoDa Bier Garten
251 Dauphin St
Mobile, AL  36602 Map

Gears and Beers is a fundraiser that benefits the Delta Bike Project in Mobile, Alabama. This is an event with options for every rider - 10 mile, 30 mile, Metric Century (62.5 mile) and Century Ride (100 mile). The century ride, our Bayou 100, is part of the Alabama Backroads Century Series.

Please visit www.gearsandbeersridemobile.com/ to view event details, routes, and to register.

Direct registration link: racesonline.com/events/gearsandbeers

Please read below for information on the registration process!

**BAYOU 100 - CENTURY RIDE**
NEW in 2017! The Bayou 100 is a Century (100 miles), and is fully supported ride with multiple, well-spaced rest-stops along the way. It takes riders through beautiful backcountry, along Mobile Bay, Bellingrath Gardens, and makes a loop along the waterfront in Bayou la Batre. This ride is part of the Alabama Backroads Century Series.

- $45 - Early Registration – Until May 12th, 11:59 pm Central Time. (6 months out)
- *Early Registration includes a free t-shirt, swag bag, participation medal, and other goodies

- $55 – On-Time Registration – From May 13th - October 13th, 11:59 pm Central Time (1 month out)
- *Early Registration includes a free t-shirt, swag bag, participation medal, and other goodies

- $65 – Late Registration – From October 14th – November 3rd, 11:59 pm Central Time
- * Late registration for Pumpkick and Bayou 100 includes a free t-shirt, swag bag, participation medal, and other goodies

- Late registration can only be done in person at the Delta Bike Project during our open hours on Sunday, November 5th from 12-5 and Tuesday, November 7th from 6pm – 9pm. Riders must be present to sign liability release form.

- $75 – Super Late Registration and On-site Registration – November 4th - November 11th – Day of Event
- *On-site registration does NOT include a free t-shirt
- Ride leaves at 7:00 am, onsite registration begins at 6 am.

**PUMPKICK RIDE - METRIC CENTURY (62.5 miles)**
This metric century is a fully supported ride with multiple opportunities for rest stops. It snakes down through Theodore and turns around near Bellingrath Gardens.

- $45 - Early Registration – Until May 12th, 11:59 pm Central Time. (6 months out)
- *Early Registration includes a free t-shirt, swag bag, participation medal, and other goodies

- $55 –On-Time Registration – From May 13th - October 13th, 11:59 pm Central Time (1 month out)
- *Early Registration includes a free t-shirt, swag bag, participation medal, and other goodies

- $65 – Late Registration – From October 14th – November 3rd, 11:59 pm Central Time
- * Late registration for Pumpkick and Bayou 100 includes a free t-shirt, swag bag, participation medal, and other goodies
- ** Late registration can only be done in person at the Delta Bike Project during our open hours on Sunday, November 5th from 12-5 and Tuesday, November 7th from 6pm – 9pm. Riders must be present to sign liability release form.

- $75 – Super Late Registration and On-site Registration – November 4th - November 11th – Day of Event
- *On-site registration does NOT include a free t-shirt
- Ride leaves at 7:30 am.

**RAMPANT RIDE - 30 MILES**
The Rampant Ride is a 30-mile bike ride with two rest stops that navigates the Mobile area and has two Dog River Bridge Climbs.

- $25 Early Registration – Until November 3rd, 11:59 pm Central Time.

- Early Registration includes a free t-shirt, swag bag, participation medal, and other goodies

- $30 – Late Registration - November 4th – November 11th

- * Late and On-site registration does NOT include a free t-shirt)

- Ride leaves at 8:00 am.

**FAT TIRE RIDE - 10 MILES**
The Fat Tire Ride is a 10-mile bike ride that leaves downtown Mobile and heads south around the Brookley Airport and turns around at the Dunkin Donuts on Michigan Avenue (yes, coffee and donuts will be served).

- $25 Early Registration – Until November 3rd, 11:59 pm Central Time.
- *Early Registration includes a free t-shirt, swag bag, participation medal, and other goodies

- $30 – Late Registration - November 4th – November 11th
- * Late and On-site registration does NOT include a free t-shirt)
- Ride leaves at 9:00 am.

**ADDITIOAN GEARS AND BEERS INFO**
- Helmets are required for all riders for your safey. We love your brain! No exceptions.

- The cost of the rides includes a continental breakfast before the rides, snacks and water at the start/finish and at rest stops, entrance to the after-party, a custom event t-shirt (for early registrants only), a pint of New Belgium Fat Tire Beer and other swag.

- After the rides, the street party will start at 11 am and go through 3 pm and includes a ton of great fun for everyone to enjoy. The block adjacent to the LoDa Bier Garten on Joachim Street will be reserved for Gears & Beers.Party goers will enjoy the Live Music, fresh New Belgium beer on tap, and great food from LoDa Bier Garten.

- Non-rider Cost: The cost for entry into the party for non-riders is $10. Kids under 12 are free. This includes a ticket for one free beer for adults over 21.

- Online registration will end on Friday, November 3rd at 11:59 pm Central Time, 2017. Day-of registration begins at 6 am on Saturday, November 11, 2017 at the LoDa Bier Garten (ride start).

- There are several ways to pay and register:
- www.gearsandbeersridemobile.com
- Debit/Credit Card at the Delta Bike Project during open hours
- Or by check make payable to Delta Bike Project and mailed to 1260 Texas Street, Mobile, AL 36604.

**Packet Pickup Times and Location**
• Saturday, November 4th from 9 am – 12 pm
Academy Sports 3725 Airport Blvd #200
Jeff – 251.272.9644

• Sunday, November 5th from 12-5 at Delta Bike Project
561 Saint Francis Street (18 N. Warren), Mobile, AL 36602
Jeff – 251.272.9644

• Tuesday, November 7th from 6 pm – 9 pm at Delta Bike Project
561 Saint Francis Street (18 N. Warren), Mobile, AL 36602
Jeff – 251.272.9644

• Wednesday, November 8th from 10-6 at Trek Bicycle Store
1175 Hillcrest Road, Mobile, AL 36695
Catherine – 251.607.1156

• Thursday, November 9th from 10-6 at Eastern Shore Cycles
6845 US-90 #102, Daphne, AL 36526
Phil – 251.216.9814

• Thursday, November 9th from 10-6 at Cadence 120
5558 Old Shell Rd, Mobile, AL 36608
Brad – 251.344.7435

• Friday, November 10th from 10-6 at Pro-Cycle and Triathlon
510 Fairhope Ave, Fairhope, AL 36532
Katie – 251.929.7060

• Saturday, November 11th from 6 am – 9 am at Ride Start
251 Dauphin Street, Mobile, AL 36602
Jeff – 251.272.9644

- See more at: racesonline.com/control/events/10533/edit#sthash.mVHpwSZ6.dpuf

**Hotel and Lodging Information**

• Hilton Garden Inn
15 N. Conception St., Mobile, AL 36602
251.345.4505
Group Name: Gears & Beers Group
Group Code: GBB
0.1 miles from Ride Start/Finish
Standard King $129/night
20 rooms available until October 20th, 2017
Link for registration: group.hiltongardeninn.com/gearsbeers

• Candlewood Suites – Downtown Mobile, AL
121 North Royal Street, Mobile, AL 36602
251.690.7818
Group Name: Gears and Beers 2017
Group Code: GAB
0.4 miles from Ride Start/Finish
Queen Studio $99
Double Queen Studio $109
One Bedroom Suite $129
30 rooms available until October 10th, 2017
Link for registration: www.ihg.com/candlewood/hotels/us/en/mobile/mobal/hoteldetail?qAdlt=1&qBrs=6c.hi.ex.rs.ic.cp.in.sb...

**ABOUT THE DBP**
The Delta Bike Project envisions a world made healthier through the increase of people using bicycles for environmental, social, creative and practical purposes. They believe that cycling and its benefits should be made equally accessible to people from all walks of life and seeks to minimize economic and educational barriers by providing a shared community space for people to have access to the tools and knowledge for do-it-yourself bicycle repair and low cost access to donated and recycled bicycles.
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Connect to You Coast Serdas Brewing

Connect to You Coast Serda's Brewing

Nov 30, 4:00pm - Nov 30, 8:00pm

Serda Brewing Co.
600 Government Street
Mobile, AL  36602 Map

Join us for a very special Connect to You Coast event at Mobile's very own, Serda Brewing! The Alabama Coastal Foundation's FREE Connect to Your Coast outreach events are designed to be an easy and fun way that individuals can learn how they can help protect our precious coastal environment! Please drop by for some brews and bring a crew!

Pay $10 in advance to receive an ACF pint glass by visiting: www.joinacf.org/donate. For each beer sold during the event, $1 will be donated to ACF.

All proceeds from CTYC events benefit the habitat restoration and environmental education programs provided free of cost to the State of Alabama. We work to improve and protect Alabama's coastal environment through cooperation, education and participation. This is your chance to show support for the Gulf Coast area we all love and enjoy

If you have questions or would like to host an event in your hometown, please email info@joinACF.org.
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Battle on Buffett Beach 2017

Battle on Buffett Beach 2017

Dec 2, 8:00am - Dec 2, 11:00am

Pascagoula, MS
Pascagoula, MS  39567-39581 Map

Battle on Buffett Beach is back! Be ready to get wet, sweat, climb and compete on Saturday, December 2! This 5K sand run obstacle race is something you don't want to miss!

Registration is open now!
Visit cityofpascagoula.com/bbb for more details.

477 interested  ·  109 going
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