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DIRECTIONS:
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
left.

GPS: 41.17'54.N  79.02'55W
LOCAL ACCOMMODATIONS:
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.
Campers Paradise
Clear Creek State Park
OTHER LOCAL ATTRACTIONS:
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
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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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SERIES RACES
RoaringRun Race May 20
FAT TIRE CHALLENGE June 16
Worthington Gravel Race June 30
Sarver Gravel Race July 1
Shannock Valley July 14 or 21 (TBD)
2 Mile Run Race Aug 11
Peanut Butter Race Sept 15

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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 safe bike riding habits, proper
trail maintenance, and respect for public and private
landowners.

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