Women’s Rides: Come Join Us Every Tuesday Night!

On Tuesday nights during the summer months, you may see a flock of colorful shorts and bikes at the La Cuchara trailhead at La Tierra, if you have, you’ve seen our weekly women’s ride!  These rides are all inclusive and great for beginners and seasoned riders alike. In the last few months I have had […]

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Wildfire Relief Benefit

Come join us Thursday, July 14th at the beloved Jean Cocteau Theater in the Santa Fe Railyard for a series of short films and conversation to help raise funds for the New Mexico Cyclist for Wildfire Relief fund. We will be enjoying beverages, meeting members from Rocket Ramps, and the SFFTS while enjoying some hot […]

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Spring Women’s Ride: Tour of La Tierra – May 7th

What: Easy, no-pressure, no-drop tour of La Tierra trails with experienced and supportive women guides from the Santa Fe Fat Tire Society and Spokettes. Light snacks and beverages will be provided after the ride  When: Saturday, May 7, meet at 9:00 am for a 9:30 ride. The ride should last about 90 minutes Where: La […]

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EVENT: Spring Kickoff Party at Hidden Mountain Brewing

We are excited to announce a fun collaboration between the SFFTS, The Broken Spoke, and Hidden Mountain Brewing: The Broken Spoke Pilsner. Board members and Kyle helped out head brewer Paul of Hidden Mountain and Wayne of The Broken Spoke brew a mountain biking inspired beer. To launch this new beer, Hidden Mountain is hosting […]

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Arroyo Hondo / Apache Canyon Development Plan

We began trail building efforts in Arroyo Hondo / Apache Canyon to provide an alternative riding area to the heavily used Winsor Trail watershed, and ultimately, better connectivity between Dale Ball South and the Glorieta trail network. Our focus is on the area bounded by the Atalaya/Sierra Pelada ridgeline on the west, Glorieta Camps on […]

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Share the Love

During the pandemic the popularity of mountain biking has exploded. And with the flood of new users, trail usage has increased dramatically. The combination of lots of new riders and congested trails can result in conflicts, in some cases resulting in trail closures or exclusion of mountain bikes. Here’s a recent example. Want to be […]

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2020 Board of Directors Election

Are you ready and able to take a leadership position at SFFTS? Our annual board of directors election will be held during November and December, with new or returning board members seated on January 1. Click here to apply. Not ready to make that big of a commitment? There are lots of other ways to […]

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Fall Membership Drive

Join your local IMBA chapter during October, help to build and maintain local trails, and enter to win some swag! If you’ve been considering joining the Santa Fe Fat Tire Society but just never get around to it, now is the time. Not only will you be contributing to construction and maintenance of our local […]

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What’s New at SFFTS

As covid restrictions were lifted in the spring SFFTS got back to work and play. Here’s a summary of some of our activities. After several years of work with the Pecos Ranger District, final approval has been given to construct five new trails in the Arroyo Hondo headwaters area. The goal is to provide an alternative […]

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Ready, or not?

In cycling you might hear the phrase “it’s not if, but when”. Whether it’s a simple flat, a clumsy tip-over, or a more serious crash, mountain bikers are exposed to a lot more risk than when we are just participating in normal everyday activities. While you may be aware of these risks and take some […]

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