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SEE THE COURSE!
The BIGFOOT DASH
Race 5 miles through the trails at Cathedral Pines County Park, located in Middle Island, NY. This Race will benefit The Lustgarten Foundation.
If you have any questions about this race, click the button below.Questions?
CLIMB is pleased to announce that the 11th Annual CLIMB Fat Tire Festival will be held on October 13, 2018. Giant and Scott bikes will be on-hand with a demo truck to include all the goodies of 2018.
If you don’t already know, the CLIMB FTF is the eleventh annual gathering of the mountain bike tribe and will take place at Cathedral Pines County Park in Yaphank. There are four different trails that total 65 miles of fast, fun, flowy trails near the event HQ and 10 miles at event HQ.
The day’s shenanigans include but are in no way limited too.....
• Women’s only rides.
• Skills clinic(s).
• Group Rides; Beginner, Intermediate, Advanced, kids, and/or whatever else we might come up with.
• An expo area with tons of cool stuff.
• And more!
Everything above is included as a member of CLIMB. If you wish to participate in any of the activities, group rides, or BBQ you can obtain membership the day of the event. The proceeds from the CLIMB 11th Annual FTF go directly to support our 150+ trails system
here on Long Island to keep them open and maintained.
General admission – Free as a current CLIMB member. Membership can be obtained on the day of. Non CLIMB Members will be able to participate in the activities, rides, and BBQ for $20 as well as be a given a ticket for the raffle. Everyone looking to participate in the CLIMB 11th Annual FTF will need to register at the event table. This will allow you to ride any demo bike you like, take any class or clinic, enjoy the social events, you get the idea. The event opens to the public at 9 AM on Saturday.
Camping – $15/night for Suffolk County Residents, $32/night for Non-Suffolk County residents. Be sure to register at the PARK OFFICE for camping if you plan to camp at Cathedral Pines County Park, the home base for the CLIMB 11th Annual FTF.
Camping is primitive and sometimes crowded‚ others call it cozy. Register online http://www.suffolkcountyny.gov/Departments/Parks/ThingsToDo/Camping.aspx and please remember sites are on a first come first served basis. And max is two tents per site with a maximum of four adults per tent.
Sponsors and Exhibitors
In addition to Giant and Scott Bicycles, we have commitments Race Awesome, ESI grips, Box Components/Cyclegroup Inc, Phil Wood, GQ-6, Sram, Stall Mates Wipes, Suffolk Pro Cycles, Brand’s Cycle & Fitness, Sawyer, Chris King, Miles Wide Industries, 2Toms, Chrome Industries, Purple Extreme, SKS, Hero Enterprises, Finishline, Biofreeze, PDW, Bike Rumor, Bar Mitts,
Ritchey Logic, Rogue Panda Designs, Absolute Black, Stan’s No Tubes, Carl Hart Bicycles, Diety, Pearly’s Possum Socks, Henty, Vicious Cycles, Potty Packs, Dirt Rag, Trayvax, DT Swiss, and more to come.
If you are interested in becoming a sponsor or joining our expo area, please contact Michael Wottawa via firstname.lastname@example.org
If you are serious about volunteering, we are serious about having you. We are talking the real deal: traffic-directing, registration-tent-working, first aid, MC, working tables, leading or sweeping.
• Must be willing to show up and smile, and don’t stop until 3 p.m.!
• Think this sounds like you? Contact Mike at email@example.com
To keep in tune with all the latest info about the festival follow us on Facebook at https://www.facebook.com/CLIMBONLINE , Instagram @CLIMBONLINE1990 #CLIMBONLINE1990, and CLIMB - Concerned Long Island Mountain Bicyclists,