We exist to create value for the Big Sky Community, and to share the joy of riding bikes.

Natalie Osborne, creator of the Big Sky Biggie

Our primary goal is to encourage riders (of all levels) to get out on the trail and have a successful day.  How a rider measures that success is going to vary;  whether it’s to place on the podium in their category, just finish the distance with enough steam to celebrate, or somewhere in between.

Our secondary goal is to raise funds that will go back to our local trails for protection, maintenance and growth – after covering our expenses, of course.   Proceeds will be donated to the Big Sky Community Organization, our primary partner and trails steward.

The Inaugural 2018 Big Sky Biggie

The inaugural Big Sky Biggie took place Aug 25, 2018, with a 7am start in Town Center. This event featured a 30 and 50 mile course linking together the best singletrack in the area, including trails on private land that were used by special permission for the race. Over 200 riders participated, a tremendous showing for the first year.

The Biggie was conceived as a fundraising non-profit event to benefit the Big Sky Community Organization, and was able to present a gift of $10,000 to the BSCO Board in September. The gift is designated for projects which promote access and improved connectivity to the trail network surrounding Big Sky.

Race Director

Natalie Osborne
(907) 223-0858

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