If my math is correct (it usually isn’t) we’re looking down the barrels of Global Fat-Bike Day number nine…
The GFBD LEGEND
Nine years, ago a couple of very clever Brits came up with an idea for a grass-roots – worldwide – fat-bike holiday, that would bring the fat-bike community together, like nothing we’ve ever seen before or since! December 5th is the date of this year’s – GLOBAL FAT-BIKE DAY! GFBD belongs to everyone that has a fat-bike and wants to celebrate! Every year, someone reminds us that some people have to work on Saturday, so If that applies to you, feel free to hold your ride on Sunday, if that works better. This year’s celebrations will have to cope with regional Covid 19 regulations. GFBD has always had a virtual aspect to the way that we’ve historically celebrated by sharing photos of our rides through the internet. Over the years, the trend was to get together in large numbers, but there were always folks that celebrated in smaller groups. This year, social distancing and face coverings might be part of the way that folks choose to celebrate. The last thing that any of us want is to be part of spreading the virus and getting people sick – it’s a no brainer. Our hope is that we can all find a safe way to celebrate while exercising personal responsibility and common sense.
Everyone is invited to get together and join in the fun!
On December 5th, 2020, people from all over the globe, will get out for a ride on their fat-bikes! They’ll go for a solo cruise or maybe make plans to gather their fat-bike amigos, for a group ride! Don’t forget your camera, because part of the Global Fat-Bike Day celebration will include sharing your experience, through photos and video! The world fat-bike community is ready to learn more about this year’s GFBD so regional ride organizers, please share your plans for the event! Drop us a note at email@example.com. We’ll post links to regional GFBD rides leading up to the date of the event.
This year’s art was done by Chris Daisy Art & Design. Please feel free to download and utilize his artwork in your celebration or create your own banner if you like. Thanks to Chris for creating such a cool banner!