Why We Ride?
The Skinny Tire Festival isn't just about riding bikes. It's about saving lives. This is why we donate $25 for every
Why We Ride?
The Skinny Tire Festival isn’t just about riding bikes. It’s about saving lives. This is why we donate $25 for every registration we receive to the Moab Cancer Treatment Center.
Moab contains some of the best road biking in the world. There are hundreds of miles of paved roads in and out of the world-class scenery that is known by every adventure seeker globally.
This 4 day festival rides the best of the best:
Arches National Park
Along the mighty Colorado River
Dead Horse Point State Park and back
4-Day or 2-Day Options
The four rides of the Festival highlight Moab’s different riding opportunities. Two days follow the mighty Colorado River corridor, both up-stream and downstream. The other two days leave the valley and climb the beautiful canyon roads into red rock country visiting Dead Horse Point State Park and Arches National Park.
Coming in May 2020, there will be a new 3-5 day (still planning routes to know how many days) trail run stage race. This race will go along with the
Coming in May 2020, there will be a new 3-5 day (still planning routes to know how many days) trail run stage race. This race will go along with the Trans-Sylvania Mountain Bike Epic that started in 2010. Don’t worry, cyclists and runners will be on different trails each day.
The race will be based at a boy scout camp just outside of State College, Pennsylvania. Tent camping is included with registration and there’s also cabins on property available for upgrading. Stay during the race and make some new friends that will last a lifetime. The cyclists call this, Single Track Summer Camp.
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