After a popular first-year event last winter, Sandpoint’s Greasy Fingers Bikes N Repair is bringing back the Fatty Flurry Fat Bike Festival to Round Lake State Park. The festival is a celebration of fat bikes in North Idaho with bike demos, group rides and campfire revelry complete with refreshments. Fat bike sales and riding have exploded in the Inland Northwest over the past few years. The bikes, with frames designed to fit 3.8-4.8” tires, give riders additional floatation over snowy trails. “If you have never tried a fat bike and always wanted too, here is your chance to for free,” says Greasy Fingers owner Brian Anderson. “And if you already have one, come hang with some fellow fat bikers and ride some cool trails.” While the festival is free and open to everyone, an Idaho State Parks parking permit is required. For more info, call 208-255-4496 or visit Greasyfingersbikes.com.