Sweaty Yeti Fat Bike Race presented by Borealis
Race Details:

The Sweaty Yeti Fat Bike Race presented by Borealis will take amateurs 20 kilometers across Wolf Creek Resort while pro and open class riders will go 30 kilometers . The atmosphere will also include a festival feel with free fat bike demos, kids zone, sledding hill, live music, sports expo, beer and food trucks. Participants and spectators who make their way to Ogden can look forward to double the snow action as there will be a snow run for adults and kids at the same venue.

Amateurs: 20 kilometers, 5-kilometer loops, 4 laps
Pro/Open: 30 kilometers, 5-kilometer loops, 6 laps

Schedule of Events:
10-2 | Sweaty Yeti Fat Bike Race presented by Borealis | Wolf Creek Resort | FREE to Spectate | Registration open November 9
10-3 | Sports Expo, Sledding, Live Music, Family Activities and more
1pm | Kids Run
1:30 pm | Yeti Run 5k

Race Includes:
Commemorative Long-Sleeve Race Shirt
Beer vouchers for racers
Prizes and giveaways

Registration Fees:
Amateurs (20K)
$35 pre-registration
$40 day before (Yeti Bash) registration
No day of registration

Pro elite (30K)
$40 pre-registration
$45 day before (Yeti Bash) registration
No day of registration

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