Mountain Bike Festival


2015 Results and Photos

2015 Pats Peak Mountain Bike Festival Video
featuring the course improvements

2015 Pats Peak Downhill Thrill Video

2015 Pats Peak Mountain Bike Festival Video
presented by Eastern States Cup

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Held under USAC permit:

24.12.6 Hours of PATS PEAK
Starts at 12pm on Saturday.
There are three options to choose from: 24-hours, 12-hours and 6-hours.
Racing Categories include solo, 2-person, 4-person and 5-person teams.

Pats Peak X-Country Challenge
Sunday only.
USA Cycling X-Country State Championship Event.
Qualifier to USA Cycling MTB National Championships.

Pats Peak Eastern States Cup Downhill Thrill
2-Day Event - Practice on Saturday; Downhill Thrill on Sunday.
Eastern States Cup USA Cycling Regional Championship Downhill Mountain Bike Race.
Qualifier to USA Cycling MTB National Championships.

Other Weekend Activities include:
-Kids' Races
-Food Vendors
-Pub Open
-See the Weekend Schedule for times and more details


Online Registration Pre-Entry is available:

All riders must be licensed by USA Cycling.
A 24-Hour membership is available for $10 per person for 24/12/6 Hours of Pats Peak, Cat 3 X-Country and Cat 2 X-Country. ALL X-Country Cat 1/PRO racers MUST have an annual USA Cycling license.

For Downhill, One Day license racers can only register for Cat 2 or Cat 3. One Day license racers must purchase a one day license for parctice and race days at $10 per day. 


Bicycle riders from all over New England come to PATS PEAK to participate in this exhilarating bike weekend. Whether you're a spectator or plan to race, you're sure to have a great time.

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Should you have any questions or concerns, feel free to contact us:
Telephone: (603) 428-3245
Toll Free: 1-888-PATSPEAK (728-7732)

If you have any technical questions regarding the race course, contact:
Tim Farmer: