The FAT TIRE Challenge course requires regular upkeep to
maintain a sustained Mt. Biking trail.  It has been our group's
belief from our humble start of this event in 2006, that trail  
stewardship should be as much a part of our purpose as
recruiting racers for the one-day event.  Take a moment to view
how the FAT TIRE Crew has built and maintained trails for us all
to ride and enjoy.
14.5 miles of trail in a rural
section of PA wilderness
requires a lot of maintenance.
Many weekends of work go
into clearing downed trees,
raking the single track, and
marking the trail for race day.
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The FAT TIRE course utilizes a
section of trail built by our Trail
Maintenance Crew in 2007.  
Today the DCNR has named it
the "Laurel Trail" and is a
multi-purpose hike/bike trail
for the Clear Creek State
Forest.
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