On March 7th, the Sixth Annual Northland Fat Bike Rally is on near Bemidji. This is a free event which is inclusive to riders of all skill levels and will consist of 28K and 10K courses.
Each course will feature a mass start on Lake Bemidji a scenic climb up the Rocky Point rail and a challenging pedal through the impressive pines of Lake Bemidji State Park. The event is not entirely competitive, organizers hope to draw in new riders looking to try fat biking for the first time.
The main event begins at 11am, but riders must be present for registration and a pre-event meeting.
Although the event is free attendees are encouraged to make a free-will donation to the TrekNorth Mountain Bike Club and the Bemidji Composite Mountain Bike Team. The funds will help teams with the cost of logistics, jerseys, spare parts, lodging and team fees.
9:30 registration at the visitor center, 11am events start and at 2pm an after event social with BBQ social, raffle and awards. A state park vehicle permit is required to enter the park. Get mroe information here-https://www.dnr.state.mn.us/state_parks/event.html?id=62962