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Cooler temperatures, stunning fall foliage, the absence of annoying bugs, and about 25 miles of top-grade, machine-built and hand-built trails will combine to make the Adirondack Mountain Bike Festival on October 5th & 6th. It’s an opportunity for experienced riders, novices, and those curious about the sport, to meet and test out the area’s new and improved trails, chat with vendors and exhibitors on hand, demo a few new bikes, ride along on a guided trail tour, and enjoy a couple of days of fun, food, and music immersed in nature and surrounded by the great outdoors. To see an online map of the trails, check out Trailforks.com.



  • WHEN: Saturday, October. 5, 9am- 4pm and Sunday, October 6, 9am - 2pm
  • WHERE: McCauley Mountain Ski Area, Old Forge
  • COST: Free admission. Food and beverages are available for purchase.
  • VIP Packages Available: Include food discounts, drink tokens, a custom-designed festival T-shirt, assorted swag, and an AFTA membership, is available by visiting the registration page.

Event Website

Check out a video of the brand new "Dirt Safari" trail (article also posted on PinkBike.com):




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