We are going to report in the Mountain Bike Action magazine on the progress made and things learned at the 2014 Fat Bike Summit
. This is just a quick look at the events that went on over the last two days in Ogden, Utah
The Mt. Ogden Golf Course rolled out the red carpet for the Fat Bike Summit demo day and races. This town loves the outdoors.
That's about $35,000 worth of demo bikes. Demo rides were free.
For many riders, it was their first time in the saddle of a fat bike. It won't be the last. Hansi Johnson (left), who wrote the fat bike story February issue and SRAM's Doug "Double D" Dalton answered questions about products and riding.
had lots of cold fingered riders checking out their hand covers.
Racers had a perfectly-groomed course. Demo riders came in all shapes and sizes.
Fore! The Mt. Ogden Golf Course must look great in the summer, but we like it even better covered in snow.
James Stull came all the way from Anchorage, Alaska, to enjoy the warm Utah weather (around 30 degrees) and win the Men's Elite race.
There is nothing like riding a fatty on a groomed trail.
There was plenty of traction and the climbs were pretty tame. It made for close racing.
This dad got the best workout of the day after taking about eight kids for shuttle rides around the expo area.