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Fat Bike Glamping

© PHOTO CREDIT EDDIE CLARK

ENJOY A LUXURIOUS, FUN WINTER BIKE EXPERIENCE 

Are you interested in a winter riding and camping experience, but don't want to race?

Join us for a fully supported glamping fat bike trip that combines education with an amazing riding experience in a snowy, wild environment few get to explore. 

This camp is a fully supported immersive winter experience with expert winter fat bikers. Learn the gear, techniques, and safety of riding a fat bike and camping on snow trails, make friends, and spend time outside. 

   We will share our experience, gear knowledge and techniques of riding a fat bike and camping on snow trails.   Along the way, we will also share with you how to manage and stay comfortable in a range of temperatures, including -40F.  Having the right gear that works for you and knowing how to use it, is essential. All the little tricks which we have acquired by trial and error through thousands of miles of winter riding and camping will be of benefit to you. It may save your fingers, nose, toes or possibly your life one day.

This is not a physical training camp, although we will be riding and spending most of our time outside.

GLAMPING
REGISTRATION
February 15-19, 2023

$2000

Space is limited to an intimate group of 6 participants

REGISTRATION OPEN SOON

Winter Supported Tour

World-Class Riding Experience

Yellowstone Country

50% deposit required at booking

WHAT WILL

BE PROVIDED

WHAT WILL

BE PROVIDED

THEORY AND PRACTICE ON THE FOLLOWING TOPICS:

  • Equipment selection: bike, clothing, and gear

  • Layering strategies & body maintenance – how to keep warm and stay dry!

  • Setting up a Winter bivy/sleeping system

  • Cooking: using stoves for meal preparation and snow melting for hydration

  • Nutrition: tips on how to stay hydrated and fueled in the cold

  • Snow riding (or possibly pushing) tips and techniques: what to look for, reading snow, when to push, what types of air pressure, etc.

SAG SUPPORT BY SNOWMOBILE:

  • Sleeping and personal items go on the sled so you can focus on enjoying the ride. 

  • Grooming if necessary depending on conditions. 

  • Trailside tent camps on sleep-out nights

4 BREAKFASTS,1 LUNCH, 4 DINNERS

  • You will have the opportunity to resupply from headquarters.

TWO NIGHTS OF INDOOR ACCOMMODATIONS 

GOODIE BAG FROM OUR SPONSORS

 

WHAT WILL NOT

BE PROVIDED

Bikes and Equipment

  • A suggested gear list will be provided upon receiving a deposit but also make your own decisions on what you want to bring. You will need to bring a sleep kit (sleeping bag and pad). 

Lodging Before and After

  • During the camp, you will spend two nights outside and two nights in indoor accommodations. 

Lunch and Snacks

  • We will provide lunch on day one but you should plan on bringing three lunches and trailside snacks. 

GET MORE DETAILS

We know our camp is going to be an unforgettable experience and we sincerely don’t want you to miss out  on the opportunity!  If you have any reservations or questions you’d like to ask

please email Jay at jaypetervary@gmail.com

DAY

1

  • Meet-and-Greet at camp headquarters around 11.

  • Theory - Getting dressed,  moisture management, gear selection, etc.

  • Lunch is provided

  • Ride! - Go for a fun day ride, do some skill and experience evaluation, meet people.

  • Dinner is provided at headquarters.

  • Sleep indoors 

DAY

2

  • Breakfast and coffee is provided

  • Big Ride Day! 25-30 miles, traveling over the infamous Two Top 

  • Trailside lunch (not provided)

  • Camp trailside with extra  amenities 

  • Dinner is provided at camp

  • Sleep under the stars

DAY

3

  • Breakfast and coffee is provided

  • Big Ride Day! 35 miles, back to civilization

  • Trailside lunch (not provided)

  • Dinner will be provided at accommodations

  • Sleep indoors

DAY

4

  • Breakfast and coffee is provided

  • Ride amazing groomed singletrack at Harriman State Park! 25-30 miles

  • Trailside lunch (not provided)

  • Camp trailside with extra amenities

  • Dinner is provided at camp

  • Sleep under the stars

DAY
5

  • Breakfast and coffee is provided

  • Ride back to headquarters

  • Group discussion 

  • Shake hands, give hugs and say good-bye 

Ride distances and plans are subject to change based on trail/weather conditions and group factors.