Lift Served Winter Fat Biking Is Here

January 17, 2016

Lift Served Winter Fat Biking Is Here

spirit mountain, duluth, winter fat bikingNext Sunday, January 24th* marks the first day in North America where a ski resort has opened up their terrain for lift-serviced fat biking. No this resort is not in our home state of Colorado, but instead it’s in the great midwestern city of Duluth, Minnesota. This city has been on our radar for a long time to ride in the summer, but it appears that they are becoming a year round biking destination.

Spirit Mountain offers lift served, winter, downhill mountain biking every Sunday from 10am - 4pm. Spirit is known for their amazing bike park during the summer and this addition should be well received by the thriving mountain bike community in the Duluth area.

*The original first day was January 17th, but was delayed a week due to weather conditions.




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