Race Details:

GRIZZLY FAT BIKE MARATHON & RELAY

PRESENTED BY REBOUND CYCLE. CANMORE NORDIC CENTRE, MARCH 10, 2019

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Registration Details:

Early Bird until Jan 31
Solo $80
Two Person $120 Per Team
Three Person $180 Per Team


​Regular Feb 01 - Feb 28
Solo $90
​Two Person $140 Per Team
Three Person $200 Per Team


Late March 01 - March 09
Solo $100
Two Person $160 Per Team
Three Person $220 Per Team


Canmore Nordic Centre Provincial Park

March 10, 2019. Presented by Rebound Cycle

Canmore Nordic Centre Fat Bike Guidelines

Fat biking is not permitted on groomed cross-country ski trails except where crossings are necessary. Fat biking is permitted on a signed section of Centennial cross-country ski trail ONLY to provide access to our EKG East race loop. Stay to the left on this ski trail. DO NOT ride in the machine-made tracks. Fat bikers must yield to skiers at all ski trail crossings. Cross ski tracks at a perpendicular angle. Avoid mixing dirt riding with snow riding.

Only “fat bikes” (with tires measuring 3.7 inches wide or wider) are permitted. Bikes with regular mountain bike tires are not permitted, as narrow tires are more likely to leave deep ruts in groomed trails.

No Refund Policy

Course Details - http://www.movescount.com/moves/move134620016

Event Features:

10 a.m. Start Time. 4 p.m. Finish Time
6 Hours To Complete Max # Of Laps
9.00 km per lap.Click here for course details.
Solo, 2 or 3 person team categories
Chip Timing / Results
Awards & Draw Prizing
Post Race Lunch Provided​​
World Class Venue at Canmore Nordic Centre

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