Falls Area Bicyclists organization raises money for new trails in Sioux Falls

SIOUX FALLS, S.D. - Falls Area Bicyclists organization, or FAB, is raising money through a trail challenge on Saturday to help raise money for more hiking and mountain biking trails in Sioux Falls. The money will specifically go to Falls Area Singletrack, which is also known as FAST, to construct new hiking and mountain biking trails in Tuthill Park. These new trails will connect to the main loop of the trail.

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FAB is holding a trail challenge on Saturday where members are encouraging you to run, ride or roll your way around the main loop of the bike trail. There will be several special rest stops along the way where you can get a passport stamped. All ages are welcome to participate.

Check-in starts at 8:00 AM at Remedy Brewing Company at the 8th and Railroad Center in Downtown Sioux Falls. People can start the challenge any time between 9:00 AM and 10:00 AM.

It costs $15 per person to participate. If you sign up for a FAB membership for $25 then you participate for free. You can find more details here.