• Date
    Saturday March 11, 2017 at 9:00am AKST
    past event
  • Type
    Fatbike Race
  • Activities
    Mountain Bike
  • Location
    Wasilla, Alaska United States
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Trio in Talkeetna 5th Annual Fat Tire World Championship
Race Details:

Speedway Cycles/Fatback Bikes and Backcountry Bike and Ski presents the 5th annual Trio in Talkeetna Fat Tire World Championship Bike Race in memory of Mike Sterling, a passionate summer and winter cyclist, old friend, and Talkeetna resident who passed away of liver disease.

Denali Brewing Company is a cosponsor and is brewing a special beer as well as catering after the race at Sheldon Hanger.

Distances of 20, 40, and 60 miles, fat tires only (3.7"+). No runners or skiers.

The course features beautiful and challenging rolling terrain with approximately 1200' of climbing per lap and each lap takes you through downtown Talkeetna. Start and Finish will be at Denali Brewing Company.

Registration includes all the beer you can drink, dinner, and band at the Sheldon Arts Hanger immediately after the event. And you get to do it on in beautiful Talkeetna AK

If you are bringing friends/family members (ages 21+), please pre-pay below (under 21 N/C). We will have wrist bands and be checking at the door. $20 per person.

Race is limited to 200 this year.

Live Music after the race by Hope Social Club!

Awards will start at 7pm.

Registration: https://trio.webconnex.com/thetrio

Online: Ends 3/8/2016 at 11:59pm AKST.

Early Bib pickup at Speedway Cycles on Thursday 3/9/2016 between Noon to 7pm or Day of (Saturday) between 7-8am at Registration

Registration Day of: 7-8am on Saturday 3/11/2016.

There are no refunds.

More details to come.

Location: Sheldon Hanger

Address: 22249 S. D Street, Talkeetna, AK 99676


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