Bike Duluth Festival
Festival Details:

Saturday, August 7th:
--> enduro & downhill races
--> XC race options
--> expo village and demos
--> games, etc.

Sunday, August 8th:
--> "Powder Monkey", MN Mountain Bike Series XC race

Full schedule:
https://bikeduluthfestival.com/festival/


Minnesota Biking at Its Finest
Organized and sponsored by the nonprofit Kraus-Anderson Community Foundation, the KA Bike Duluth Festival is a family-oriented biking event held in Duluth, Minnesota at Spirit Mountain’s Chalet location off of Grand Avenue.

Through the festival, the Kraus-Anderson Community Foundation is dedicated to giving back to the community and supporting Duluth’s outstanding trail system.

COGGS, a nonprofit that works to improve cycling opportunities for Twin Ports residents, and the Harbortown Rotary, a local non-profit service organization putting service above self. Both are integral partners in the KA Bike Duluth Festival.

Why We Ride
Duluth is a bike rider’s playground, with more than 85 miles of urban mountain bike trails and endless opportunities for road bikers. With plans for the Duluth Traverse, a 100-mile, city-spanning trail system, Duluth is poised to become a national mountain biking destination. As a matter of fact, Duluth earned Gold Level status in biking, one of six places in the world

The KA Bike Duluth Festival highlights these trails and the abundant open-air opportunities Duluth has to offer. Better yet, the profits benefit community organizations, including COGGS and Harbortown Rotary.

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