Frosty 2018 Event #2 Nordic Valley, Utah
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*Dec. 26, 2017 we met with Nordic Valley today and with the change in forecast it's likely that all of the new snow NV received over the weekend may be mostly deteriorated by the weekend (warm temps and rain). It has been agonizing trying to out think Mother Nature this year and we apologize for all of the instability. We are moving the event to the back up date of January 20th and we hope that you can still make it.

Tickets available here: https://endurancecui.active.com/new/events/49176554/select-race?_p=942160821818316

Frosty is back for the 5th straight season at Nordic Valley who will be host to 3 Frosty events in 2018. We are grateful to Nordic Valley for helping push the envelope with us. They are opening up a 2nd Fat Bike DH opportunity in the form of a “Test and Training” day on Saturday December 9th. Our Main event on December 30th will be better than ever with our DH race at 9am and XC at 10am. Bring a friend, we have rental bikes available with your registration.

Schedule of Events:
Friday January 19th, 5 - 7pm Participant Packet pick up at The Bike Shoppe in Ogden. This event includes SWAG buffet and it's 1st come 1st serve so The Bike Shoppe in Ogden is your best chance for the best SWAG.

Saturday January 20th, 8am DH Practice Runs (if you're there early and efficient with your time you may get 2 runs before the race). 9am DH race start.

10:30am, XC race start.

Noon, Awards and Lunch at the Nordic Valley Grill.

If you're interested in participating in multiple Frosty events in 2018 use this link for a discount on 3+ race event entries: https://endurancecui.active.com/new/eventseries/11553/select-race?_p=5727202354096379

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