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****UPDATE****** Due to this week's thaw, the ride has been moved to Sunday, January 14th (same time, same place). Please check here for any possible future updates.

Mark your calendars, the 3rd Annual Genesee County Fat Bike Ride is happening again this year.

We will meet in the same pavilion (Pavilion B), which is located on the corner of Raymond Road and Memory Lane. We'll ride, drink, and be merry.

Growler Performance Bikes will again be there to demo their sweet fatties. To keep things simple this year, there will be NO RSVPs for fat bikes, so please do not call or email Growler to reserve a bike. Willo will have plenty of bikes to demo, so there will be a bike for everyone (please bring a helmet).

There will be chili and snacks, and please feel free to bring a dish to pass (soup, chili, veggies, etc.). If you decide to bring a beverage, please bring cans.

There will also be a raffle for two Growler fat bike frames (valued at $700 each), with the drawing being held at the beginning of March on Facebook live (winners will also be called). Tickets will be $5 each or six for $25. ALL proceeds will go to help WNYMBA match the RTP Grant for the Stone Tower Trail at ASP. If the weather does not cooperate, then we will postpone until January 20th.

More details to follow.

• What to bring
Warm clothes, helmet, BYOB, cash for the raffle, and a positive attitude!


Our insurance company has "strongly suggested" that we tell you that Mountain Biking can be dangerous. If you're visiting this site it's very likely that you're already aware that if you insist on having a good time by riding your mountain bike, eventually you will almost certainly fall down and collect any number of boo-boos, dings and injuries, serious or otherwise, but we have to tell you anyway.

Mountain Biking is a potentially hazardous activity carrying a significant risk of bodily injury and even death. Mountain biking should only be undertaken if you have a complete awareness of these risks. You can reduce the level of risk by wearing a helmet and by riding within your own skill level.