45nrth Fatbike Triple Crown - Round 2
Race Details:

We are switching up the format this year to a timed format. Challenge yourself to see how many laps you can complete within the time limit. (10-12km lap)

There will be 3 Time Categories offered this year:
Full Crown – 4hr Time Limit (9AM Start)
¾ Crown– 3 hr Time Limit (10AM Start)
Half Crown – 2 hr Time Limit (11AM Start)
Everyone will finish at the same time

Our event aims to have a laid back vibe and celebrate winter riding while including everyone. With the emergence of new technologies, new wheel sizes, and for those folks who have not taken the plunge just yet to add a fatbike to their quiver, we are splitting the timed categories into Fatbike and Non-Fatbike sub-categories.

Fatbike = Tire width greater than 3.5"
Non-Fatbike = Tire width less than 3.5" (so this is for Plus Bikes, Regular MTBs, and Cyclocross Bikes)

So if you have registered and plan to ride a “Non-Fatbike” please let us know by replying to the email sent by Mike at Kokanee Redbike and he will amend your category for race day. If you are on a fatbike, no need to reply as all is good!

If you are yet to register online, please go here to do so:
https://www.webscorer.com/kokaneeredbike?pg=register
This will make race morning go much smoother.

The 45NRTH Fat Bike Triple Crown presented by Winter City Edmonton will scratch your itch for racing during the winter. Canadians are accustomed to surviving the winter and many take to any sport that gets them outside. For the cyclist who enjoys ripping their local trail in the summertime, the Fat Bike now
enhances the ability to gain the same pleasure of trail riding in the winter. Creating a sense of enjoyment, Fat Biking improves winter riding.

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