FAT BIKE THE GORGEOUS COMMUNITY TRAIL FROM BLAIRMORE TO COLEMAN RETURN
TRY FAT BIKING!
Fat Bike the Community Trail from Blairmore to Coleman, 2020/21
For BEGINNER riders.
Enjoy the ultimate experience of Winter Fat Biking! It’s all about getting out in the winter fresh air, working our bodies, enjoying the beautiful winter scenery, and then warming up at a cosy cafe with a delicious lunch and or cup of hot chocolate.
DATES: Dec 6th, 20th 2020, Jan 10, 24th 2021
MEETING PLACE: Meet at the Blairmore Skills Park which can be found on Trailforks.
TIME: We meet at 10:30 am, ready to ride and will depart from there and head to Coleman via the community trail. The trail is flat but can have a headwind/tailwind. Once in Coleman, we will head to Country Encounters Wine Bar for a delicious lunch and a hot beverage of your choice. Then we will hop back on the Fat Bikes and head back to Blairmore via the community trail. Expect to finish around 12:30 – 1pm-ish.
COST: Price is $60 + GST which includes lunch and a gratuity for the wine bar. (Minimum 2 people needed for a tour, maximum 6, if you have a larger group in mind, please contact us and we can arrange to accommodate your group)
ACCOMMODATION: Accommodation packages are offered, we have two options.
Option A is a stay at Sweet Riders Airbnb for a night at $145 based on double occupancy, add $20 per extra person, can sleep up to 6. The Airbnb is a fully contained separate suite that has a full kitchen, private jet tub bath and two queen bedrooms, a pullout double air mattress if needed, with a living room space. Click here for more details.
Option B is a stay at Country Encounters Hospitality which offers double-occupancy rooms including breakfast at $129 a night per room. A special price and more information can be found here.
Does not include bike or helmet.
GEAR RENTALS: Rentals are available at ($22.50 for a 1/2 day rental and or $45 for a day rental) Alpenland, Blairmore.
Remember Fat Biking is a winter sport, so we recommend the appropriate gear, proper footwear, gloves, protective eyewear, and helmets are mandatory. Headbands or a hat that fits under your helmet, warm layers, a wind layer may also be necessary, snow pants are can be used but winter tights would be better. Gaiters work well also! Let us know if you have any questions.