About Us

Santa Fe Fat Tire Society is a vibrant community of mountain biking enthusiasts dedicated to promoting the thrill of two-wheeled adventure and fostering a deep connection with the trails that wind through the breathtaking landscapes of Santa Fe. As an organization, we are passionate about not only exploring the trails ourselves but also giving back to the community that makes our riding experiences possible. Through a diverse range of events, rides, and volunteer opportunities, we invite you to join us in shaping the future of mountain biking in Santa Fe.

A club with a purpose.

“Building the Santa Fe mountain biking community one trail at a time.”

At SFFTS, our mission is to create an inclusive and supportive community that celebrates the joys of mountain biking while actively contributing to the maintenance, preservation, and growth of the trails we love. Through camaraderie, education, and stewardship, we aim to promote responsible riding and ensure that the trails remain a cherished resource for generations to come.

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We love group rides. Take a look at our Rides Calendar, but first we need you to sign the waiver. 

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National Forest Week

National Forest Week is here! All week we will be celebrating the incredible National Forest System with National Forest Foundation July 8-14!

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Ride Build Maintain Sanctioned Trails

Remember to always Ride, Build, Maintain Sanctioned Trails

Remember to always Ride, Build, and Maintain Sanctioned Trails! Santa Fe Fat Tire Society (SFFTS) is opposed to any unsanctioned/illegal trail maintenance or construction. SFFTS works with land managers (e.g. Santa Fe city, USFS, BLM, Commonweal Conservancy/GBP) to build new trails and maintain existing trails. Building unsanctioned trails is detrimental to our access, damages the reputation of the mountain bike community, and can jeopardize the success of ongoing projects. If you are interested in building or maintaining trails in your area, it’s time to get involved! Read more about our current volunteer opportunities and trailwork projects!

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2024 Member Survey Results

The results are in and we are so excited to get to work on the issues and initiatives that matter most to our members. Here are some of the takeaways from our 2024 member survey!

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