Cannon Beach Fat Bike Festival
Cannon Beach Fat Bike Festival is the first festival of its kind on the Oregon Coast. Enjoy a weekend in April of fun fat bike events while exploring the beaches and lovely community of Cannon Beach by bike. Events planned for the weekend include a Friday sunset beach ride; Saturday Klootchy Creek Trail ride, bonfire with fat bike games and activities; and beach ride to the waterfall on Sunday.
October 16-18th, 2020
Please see attached document titled: “COVID-19 EVENT RISK MITIGATION PROCEDURE & GUIDELINES” for a list of new rules and guidelines we will be following as per the Oregon Bicycle Racing Association (OBRA) who provides insurance for the event.
We will continually monitor State, County, & City guidelines to assure we are following the current rules in place for events.
Friday, October 16
5-7pm Packet pick up @ Chamber meeting hall
Saturday, October 17
Ride Klootchy Creek Trails 11-1 and Cannon Beach Scavenger Hunt 2-5. *Bonfire - TBD
Klootchy Creek Trails - Groups limited to 10 people and will have staggered start times. Based on your start time you will be asked to not arrive any earlier than 30 minutes before your start time. Groups will be spread out on different trails.
Additional portable restrooms will be needed at site as well as hand sanitizing station and additional bottles of hand sanitizer for all staff and guides.
Cannon Beach Scavenger Hunt - All scavenger hunt materials will be emailed to participants for them to download digitally or print out for use. They will have 3 hours to complete scavenger hunt and can begin at any location so the participants will be well spread out around town.
*Bonfire - we will work with state and local authorities to determine if bonfire is allowed to happen according to COVID guidelines.
Sunday, October 18
Beach ride to Hug Point water fall - Participants will be started at separate intervals to stagger the amount of people. Riders will be required to maintain a 6 foot social distance from each other. We will have staff on the beach at Hug Point where we will have riders leave bikes and walk to the waterfall. Staff will monitor the amount of people walking on Hug Point to assure distancing is maintained.