Hinton Growler 2017- Fat Bike Endurance Race
Race Details:

First Annual Hinton Growler Fat Bike Endurance Race

Expert Class, Novice Class, Women's Class and Children Class (1 lap for age 12 and under)

You will have 3 hours to complete as many laps as you can. There is an option to do a half pint ( 1.5 hours )

Race to be ran on groomed trails. Trophies and prizes will be handed out following the main event .

Pre-registration will be open January 2, 2017..The link will be posted here.

Place: Maxwell Lake ( Hinton,AB)
Time: 10:30- 4:00
Entry Fee- TBA

Itinerary:
10:30 AM- Registration Begins at Maxwell Lake
11:00 AM- Fat Bike Demo's
12:00 PM- Rider Meeting
12:15 PM- Kids Race
1:00 PM - Main Event

This is a FAT BIKE ONLY event. Tires must be 3" wide or more and studs are permitted

WATCH THIS PAGE FOR MORE INFO

Event Supporters:
  • www.bikepirate.com

Comments

  • + 1
HMBA HMBA (Feb 2, 2017 at 8:48)
@Lambe you coming back to Hinton for this or what!?
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HMBA HMBA (Feb 1, 2017 at 7:14)
We are really looking forward to hosting this event, some great prizes and excellent support from local businesses and brewers! Fingers crossed for new snow!
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map-guy YCPR (Dec 20, 2016 at 22:28)
@brenthillier Hi Brent, Would you be able to change this event date to the 26th instead of the 12th?
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  • + 1
secondgear (Dec 20, 2016 at 16:44)
Please note, raced are changed to Feb 26 2017
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    3.4 miles
    Distance
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