• Date
    Saturday January 28, 2023
    Saturday January 28, 2023
    past event
  • Type
  • Activities
    Mountain Bike
  • Location
    Wheelerville, New York United States
Race Details:

Presented By: Wheelerville Trails and the Dirt Disco



What: Fat Bike race as part of the Wheelerville Fatbike Festival

When: Saturday January 28th, noon start time

Where: Wheelerville trails (see map below)

Why: Because snow and bike are cool



The course is weather dependent. We're hoping to make an awesome 3-4 ish mile loop that would be scenic, challenging and fun!  Ideally that will include Wheelerville Traverse, Irving Pond, North Country and Forever Wild but temperatures and snowfall amounts will be a factor in that decision. Stay informed via social media for course updates as the date approaches. 

No refunds will be issued. We are at the mercy of the weather. There is a real possibility the race might get canceled. If that's the case, consider your entry fee as a donation to the Mike Morreal Memorial MTB trail fund. More info and donation link here:  https://www.gofundme.com/f/mike-morreale-memorial-mtb-trail-fund

This is a grass roots, low drag event. Bring your bike and a good attitude

This race is part of The Wheelerville Fat Bike Festival, plan to make a day of it! More details about the festical can be found here: https://www.wheelervilletrails.com/


Lodging options:

Pine Lake Lodge


Balsam Inn:


Holiday Inn Johnstown:






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