• Date
    Saturday February 3, 2018 at 9:00am MST
    past event
  • Type
    Fatbike Race
  • Activities
    Mountain Bike
  • Location
    Eden, Utah United States
    3900 N Wolf Creek Dr
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  • Registration
    Open Paid
Sweaty Yeti Fat Bike Race
Race Details:

Grab your fattie and register for the second annual Sweaty Yeti Fat Bike Race The race will be held at Wolf Creek Resort Golf Course in Eden, Utah on February 3, 2018. This event will take amateurs between 10 – 20 kilometers around Wolf Creek Resort Golf Course and pro/open riders will compete on 30 kilometers of flowy, challenging, spectator friendly terrain.

Race Includes:
- Commemorative Race Shirt
- Complimentary adult or non-adult beverage & Yeti mug
- Medal for category winners
- Fat Bike Demos are available if you don't have your own bike (first come, first serve)
- Prizes and giveaways throughout the event, including a fat bike

Registration Fees:
Beginner Yeti (10K)
$30 early bird registration (before January 1st)
$35 January 1-31st
$40 after January 31
No day of registration

Young Yeti (Junior) (10K)
$15 early bird registration (before January 1st)
$20 January 1-31st
$25 after January 31
No day of registration

Amateur Yeti (20K)
$30 early bird registration (before January 1st)
$35 January 1-31st
$40 after January 31
No day of registration

High School Yeti (20K)
$20 early bird registration (before January 1st)
$25 January 1-31st
$30 after January 31
No day of registration

Pro Yeti (30K)
$35 early bird registration (before January 1st)
$40 January 1-31st
$45 after January 31
No day of registration

*When you register for the race, you will be asked if you need a demo bike. We will cut this option off once the maximum number of demo bikes available has been reached. If you will include your size, we will do our best to ensure you have the appropriate sized bike.

Beginner Yeti
For those who want a taste of racing the Yeti, yet still have plenty of gas in the tank to party afterwards, this is the category for you. All the same perks and swag, just a little less suffering!

Junior Yeti
For those young Yetis that no longer need training wheels. It is now time to brave the snow and elements on their own. The junior Yeti that is ready!

Amateur Yeti
For the competitive Yeti in all of us, the Amateur Yeti allows each competitor the opportunity to unleash their inner beast without taking a beating by the pros.

High School Yeti
These mysterious beasts are all grown up and not be told how to race their bikes. Yet they still need money from their parent Yetis to do the race. If you fall in this group of Yetis then you are ready to take on the High School Yeti Race!

Pro Yeti
Only the biggest and baddest Yetis should apply for the Pro category. This is reserved for the best she and he beast of the bunch (or those who think they are)!

1. All competitors MUST wear helmets for each event.
2. Mid Fat Fat Bikes and Fat Bikes are welcome
3. Maximum tire pressure 10 psi.

2018 Schedule of Events:
9-2 am | Sweaty Yeti Fat Bike Race | Wolf Creek Resort (3900 North Wolf Creek Drive, Eden, UT 84310) | FREE to Spectate
9-2 am| Sports Expo, Sledding, Music, Snowshoe & Fat Bike Demos, Family Activities and more!
9:30 am | Beginner & Junior Yeti (10K = 1 lap)
10:30 am | Amateur & High School Yeti (20k = 2 laps)
11:30 am | Pro Yeti (30k = 3 laps)

When: Friday, February 2
Time: 4:00-8:00 pm
Where: At the Wasatch Yeti Bash being held at the Ogden Union Station (2501 Wall Ave, Ogden, UT 84401)

Stay & Party Like A Beast at the Wasatch Yeti Bash!
4-8 pm | Winter Sports Expo | FREE
4-8 pm | Winter Arts Market by Nurture the Creative Mind | FREE - Artwork For Purchase
5-5:30 pm | Community Fat Bike Ride by GOAL Foundation | FREE
5:30-6 pm | Yeti Yoga by AndShesDopeToo | FREE for Yetis and Humans!
6 -9 pm | First Friday Art Stroll on Historic 25th Street

When: Saturday, February 3
Time: 8:00 am to 30 minutes prior to start of race
Where: Wolf Creek Resort (3900 N Wolf Creek Dr, Eden, UT 84401)
No day of registration will be available

*The Sweaty Yeti Fat Bike Race is unsanctioned. This event is purely for the love of the sport, and perhaps a few beers!


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