Kraus Anderson Bike Duluth Festival
Festival Details:

The Kraus-Anderson Bike Duluth Festival is a chain-rattling Minnesota biking event you don’t want to miss. Whether you’re a road biking spandex warrior, free-ridin’ adrenaline junkie or family that craves adventure, good times are guaranteed. Get ready to celebrate our world-class Duluth bike trails with three days of action-packed events.

Saturday:
- Long enduro race @ 9:000 am
- Adventure ride Saturday @ 10:00 am
- Short enduro race @ 10:40 am
- Youth downhill race @ 2:00 pm
- Downhill race @ 4:00 pm
- Short track XC race (Pro, Sport, & Recreational classes) Saturday @ 5:00 pm
- Saturday closing ceremony & awards @ 6:00 pm

Sunday:
- The Return of the Powder Monkey (MN Mountain Bike Series XC race) @8:00 am

The Venue:
With more than 85 miles of urban mountain bike trails and plans for the Duluth traverse, a 100-mile, city-spanning trail, Duluth is poised to become a national mountain biking city and destination. In fact, Chris Bernhardt, a director of the International Mountain Bicycling Association (IMBA), compares Duluth to mountain biking towns in places like Aspen, Colo.; Sun Valley, Idaho; or Park City, Utah. Duluth also boasts an active road biking community.

Spirit Mountain is the city’s hub for outstanding, gravity-fed bike trails. Aaron Rogers, the IMBA Midwest trail specialist, officially declared that Spirit Mountain has “the best flow trail in the Midwest.”

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