Gurney Lane Fat Tire Bike Day
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Presented By: Queensbury Parks and Recreation

The 4th Annual Gurney Lane Fat Bike race and fun day will take place on Sunday January 29th at Gurney Lane Recreation Area in Queensbury, NY.  There will be a 5K snowshoe running race at 10 AM followed by a day of Fat tire riding and racing.

The Fat tire race will start at 1 PM.  This year we will be back to a mass start for the races.  If snow conditions do not permit, we will use a staggered start.   Racers wil be sent off Long race first then the shorter race.  

At Noon there will be a no-drop intermediate group ride, limited to 25 riders so please pre-reg

There are indoor heated bathrooms and warming area.  A huge outdoor pavilion to hang out in and some great trails.  Come on out and ride and have some fun.  There will be an approximatly 5 mile and 10 Mile Race as well as some fat bike demos. Come on out and enjoy the day

All money goes to support the purchase of a Grooming machine for Gurney lane and the surrounding trails.  Any donations are gratefully accepted.

 

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