MENU

Fat Bike Festival

Cannon Beach Fat Bike Festival is the first festival of its kind on the Oregon Coast. Enjoy a weekend in May of fun fat bike events while exploring the beaches and lovely community of Cannon Beach by bike. Events planned for the weekend include a sunset beach ride and bonfire with fat bike games and activities; a Saturday poker ride and scavenger hunt; and the Fat Bike Beach Clean Up on Sunday.

 

Save the Date: April 24-26, 2020!

 

2019 SCHEDULE OF EVENTS:

Friday, May 17th

5-7pm | Packet pick up and welcome party at Public Coast Brewing Co.

7pm | Lighted beach ride from Public Coast Brewing Co. to Tolovana and back. Prize given for best bike lights. 


Saturday, May 18th

8am | Packet pick up and registration at Cannon Beach Elementary School.

8:30am | Beach ride leaves from Cannon Beach Elementary School. 

8:30am-11:30am | Beach ride to waterfall and back with rest stops along the way. 

12pm-4pm | The Scavenger Hunt/Poker Ride encourages participants to ride their bikes around town, shop, have lunch and explore what Cannon Beach has to offer. We will have a list of clues to follow that will take you to businesses and/or points of interest where you will collect a card to make up a poker hand. Poker hands will be turned in at the evening bonfire for prizes. Must collect all five cards to be eligible. 

7pm | Meet at Cannon Beach Elementary School for a group ride to the Full Moon Beach Party. 

7-9pm | The Full Moon Beach Party features a bonfire, s’mores, chowder, beverages and fun beach games.


Sunday, May 19

11am-1pm | Fat Bike Beach Clean Up or Fat Bike Beach Art Project invites you to work with our friends at Surfrider and/or Haystack Rock Awareness Program to perform a beach clean up and collect items for an art project. Meet at Gower Street Beach Access and plan to either ride your bike or go on foot. Friends, family and community members are welcome to join the fun.

12-2pm | Bike Mural Window Project with Haystack Rock Awareness Program offers the opportunity to utilize smaller plastics from the beach clean up to cooperatively work on a bike mural window project at City Hall.