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Black Hills Fat Tire Festival (2010)

dates May 28, 2010May 31, 2010
http://www.bhfattirefestival.com Rapid City, SD, USA [large map] 44.0805, -103.231
World http://www.bhfattirefestival.com
Tag_green North Central, Mountain Bike, Cross country, single track, Festivals, Multiple Events, Down Hill, Super D, Hill Climb
Award_star_gold_2 Hill Climb, Downhill, Super D, Cross Country
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We have proven that the Black Hills boasts some the best mountain biking terrain anywhere, period! The local mountain biking contingent in the area again wants to showcase and share what we have with others throughout the United States and the world. This festival atmosphere includes rides, races, bike swap, film festival, geocashing, BBQ, live music, and more.

Hill Climb

Cost: $25 - $110
License: No
Course Description: Cowboy Hill Sprint Climb is not for the faint of heart. (In fact, if you have any kind of heart condition stay away!) For the faster riders this is 8-14 minutes of shear hell. For the slower riders it is 2.5 miles of purgatory.

Downhill

Cost: $25
License: No
Course Description: At just under 1000 vertical feet, this newly constructed IMBA trail runs from the tower ridge summit to the base of Cowboy Hill incorporating drops, jumps, rocks, and technical sections.

Super D

Cost: $25 - $110
License: No
Course Description: The BHFTF Super D race is best described as a downhill cross-country race. It lacks the technical danger of the downhill and has some significant pedaling. The Super D is an individual timed event 2.5 miles long.

Cross Country

Cost: $25 - $110
License: No
Course Description: The 2009 BHFTF X-country race will be held on Cowboy Hill in the newly develop Hanson/Larsen Memorial Park. We can guarantee you that the new trails will make this race all the more fun. Expert riders can expect a race of around 24 miles and sport riders will be racing between 15-20 miles. This is going to be an extremely fast course.


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