WMBA's 16th Annual Fat Tire Festival!!!


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Westchester Mountain Bike Association's 16th Annual FAT TIRE FESTIVAL!!!!!

WHEN: Sunday, June 12, 2011
TIME: 10am - 4pm rain or shine


The Westchester Mountain Biking Association (WMBA), Westchester County NY’s mountain biking organization and advocacy group, is holding its Annual Fat Tire Festival from 10am – 4pm on Sunday, June 12, 2011 at Blue Mountain Reservation in Peekskill, New York.
Event is FREE - all you need is a signed waiver and a wristband which you can get at the information tent at festival field. Parking fee is waived for the festival!

The Fat Tire Festival is an all-day event with lots of music, food and fun activities for the whole family. The annual festival is a great opportunity to spend a day outdoors and experience the world-renowned mountain bike trails at Blue Mountain Reservation, which was named the country’s “Best Hometown Trail” by Bike magazine in February 2009. ..

Events and activities include:

* Live music all day from four great bands!
* Festival activity zone with lots of food and fun!
* Bike races for kids and teens!
* Group rides around Blue Mountain’s trail network for MTBers of all levels!
* Impressive skills competitions showcasing the area’s best bikers! (SKINNY CONTEST)
* Poker Rally
* Win tons of great prizes in the raffle!

DEMO's DEMO's and MORE DEMO's!!!!!
Confirmed so far are the following bike company's who will be in attendance with their DEMO FLEETS:
Specialized, Trek, Pivot & Cannondale

GROUP RIDE SCHEDULE (tentative - Ride schedule is subject to change)
Time / Level
10:30 / Advanced
10:30 / Intermediate
11:30 / Beginner
11:30 / Advanced: Rollers plus debacle
12:00 / Women’s
12:30: Poker Run / Advanced
12:30: Poker Run / Intermediate
12:30: Poker Run / Beginner
1:30 / Kid's
1:30 / Beginner
2:30 / Advanced
2:30 / Intermediate

SKINNY CONTEST!!!!!! Test your skills on our legendary skinny. Stay on the longest and win yourself a nice prize :mrgreen:

The Fat Tire Festival is a celebration of mountain biking camaraderie. One and all are welcome to come out and spend a day riding some of the greatest trails in New York State. Organized group rides for all ability levels, lead by experienced local guides, will be leaving throughout the day to explore the trails. Watch and compete in the many skills competitions, including a wheelie contest, fast and slow races, and the infamous, crowd-pleasing “skinny skills” contest on an ultra-narrow, raised wooden obstacle course.

All Festival participants are eligible to join our Poker Rally to win great prizes. Our local bike shop sponsors, including Yorktown Cycles, Hickory & Tweed, Down Cycles, Sierra Cycles, Danny’s Cycles and Briarcliff Bikeworks have donated many more prizes to be raffled off.

The Festival supports a great cause. A majority of the proceeds raised are donated to the Westchester County Friends of Parks. For 25 years the non-profit organization has worked to raise money to buy equipment, fund children’s programs, provide amenities and support the Westchester County Parks. Their vision is to keep the parks clean, green and growing. Come out and support a great cause, have some fun and give back to the Westchester County Parks.

About the WMBA
The WMBA is a grass-roots association that promotes mountain biking and offers leadership and organization to the mountain biking community in Westchester County. Founded in 1995 as the Cortlandt Area Bicycle Network (CABN), the organization’s name was later changed to reflect its county-wide focus. The WMBA works closely with the Westchester County Department of Parks, Recreation and Conservation to maintain the area’s premier mountain biking trails. The WMBA also promotes trail advocacy, social interaction and group rides.

Skinny Contest


Festivals past










Well-Known Member
Team MTBNJ Halter's
anybody have an address???? thanks!

Take the Welcher Avenue exit off of Route 9 (go right on Welcher if coming from south, left if from north) and the entrance to the park is at the very end. Type Washington St & Welcher Ave into Google maps.

Mildly Wild

Active Member
Went to this yesterday. What a crowd, must of been 500+ bikers there - more than I've seen there before. All pkg lots were full. Great well organized event.

Riding however, was a little on the scary side. It had rained hard the night before and the rocks and roots were very slippery. No one worse for the wear though.

Now its on to Jorbafest.
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