Advantage Forestry
The Farmers Inn
Matson Lumber
Exit 78 of I-80, North on Rt. 36
to Sigel - 8 miles. At blinker
light, turn right onto Rt. 949.
Travel 1.1 miles to Spring
Creek Rd on the right.  Turn
right, travel 2.9miles to the
Laurel Field Entrance on the

GPS: 41.17'54.N  79.02'55W
The race start/finish at the
Laurel Fields is located close
to Clear Creek State Park and
Cook Forest State Park.  
There are also a number of
campsites, cabins, and
family-run hotels nearby that
are available for those that
wish to stay overnight.
Clear Creek State Park
Sigel and the surrounding
area will be ripe with wildlife
and scenic views.  There are
many things to do after a day
of riding and racing at the
Laurel Fields.  Stop in to a
nearby restaurant like the
Farmers Inn or perhaps rent
a canoe and paddle the
Clarion River...the area can
entertain you all weekend.  
Here are great sites to keep
in mind:
Cook Forest Online
PA Great Outdoors     
Redbank Valley Rail Trail
FAT TIRE CARNAGE... pictures of
the 'cost' of riding mt bikes
The official home of the
FAT TIRE Challenge
This race is held within  the
PA WILDS.   Like the serenity
of the woods?  We have got
places and activities for it all!
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30-Days till the FTC...(June
20th) Have you registered yet?

LIMITED t-shirts...get your app in

Trail Maintenance May 24 meet at
the Laurel Fields - help appreciated.

Bike-the-Wilds Series Dates:
Roaring Run Rumble - May 30 -11:30am
South Buffalo Dash 4 Cash - June 6 - 1:00pm
Fat Tire Challenge - June 20 - 11:00am
Shannock Valley Bike Race - July 25 - 11:00am
Two Mile Run Bike Race - August 15 -  12:00pm
Peanut Butter Bike Race - September 19 - 10:30am

2015 FAT TIRE Race Date: June 20

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                 FAT TIRE PHILANTHROPY - a 501c4
Riding Mountain Bikes on the trails is not the only thing that
the FAT TIRE Challenge crew does.  The FAT TIRE  event
has spawned a social responsibility to the community to
promote safebike riding habits, proper trail maintenance, and
respect for public and private landowners.