This weekend in Fruita, CO is the 19th Annual Fruita Fat Tire Festival! This weekend Osprey will be joining the celebration as the Fruita Fat Tire Festival has made a tradition of riding miles of pristine mountain bike trails, meeting with MTB friends from around the world and support those who support the passion, the lifestyle and the sport we all enjoy.
With agreeable weather and some incredible events happening April 24th through Sunday the 27th, this event is a must-attend for lovers of trail, singletrack and good times! We’re excited to see friends new and old, including friends/festival sponosor (and brewers of some of our favorite flavors), New Belgium Brewing!
From the VIP party Thursday night, to the live bands Friday and Saturday evenings under the summer stars in downtown Fruita, to one of the top cycling expos in the state: there’s plenty of fun to be had! Join the party and celebrate hundreds of miles of World Class MTB Trails!
In addition to high-fives for all, here’s what we’ll have going on at the Osprey Booth:
- Demos- Check out why our hydration packs have become the go-to for many MTBs around the world — then test them out on the legendary trails of Fruita! We will have an array of hydration options, including:
and many more Osprey Packs!
- Osprey Athlete Alison Gannett- will be leading the KEEN Rippin Chix Beg/Int Skills Camp throughout the weekend, if you are looking to prune your skills, Alison is the lady of the hour! Check out her upcoming classes.
- Win a Pack! – Come by the booth and take our 5 minute survey and have a chance to win a pack! We’ll be drawing winners daily
Lastly, You Can Help Build More Fruita Trails:
Fruita’s world class trail network is about to be expanded. After much local planning and scheming, over 20 miles of new trails are laid out and approved for construction in the North Fruita Desert area (aka 18 Road). Funding to get started is in place, but much more needs to be raised to complete all of this new singletrack and continue the planning for yet more. Donate today at www.FruitaSingletrack.com/donate.
Direct donations are needed and can be made on the website through our local non-profit trails organization, the Colorado Plateau Mountain Bike Trails Association (COPMOBA), and will go only to the Fruita trails effort.
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