• Date
    Saturday February 11, 2017 at 5:00pm AKST
    past event
  • Type
    Fatbike Race
  • Activities
    Mountain Bike
  • Location
    Anchorage, Alaska United States
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Super D! Duze Downhill
Race Details:

This will be a snow bike race starting at Glen Alps Parking Lot and ending at Hilltop Ski Area (Elmore Ball Fields Parking Lot) We require a 3.7” minimum tire with to participate so tires do not damage the trail for other users. We are expecting 30-50 racers and there will be a cap. The Race will use an individual start format, with each racer starting at 30 second intervals. The race will head down the Powerline Trail, veer left onto the lesser used Gasline Trail and will stay on Gasline until taking a right on White Spruce. The race will go up the White Spruce trail until crossing the Powereline Trail and onto the South Fork rim Trail. The race will stay on the South Fork Rim trail until it meets back up with Powerline, then follows Powerline until finally taking a left on the Lalama trail. Once on the Llama trail, the race will stay on Muni trails until Hilltop.

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