Race Details:

The Carrabassett Fat Tire Race will be held at the Sugarloaf Outdoor Center on Sunday, February 6, 2022. The final course layout(s) will be dictated by snow conditions and temperatures, which are ever-changing in New England Our intention is to provide a high-quality course that will lead to a fun and positive race experience. 

This race is part of a race series. More info coming soon regarding the dates, locations, and pricing for all races within the series! 


Start times for the Carrabassett Valley Fat Tire Race will be between 10am-11am. The proposed starts are as below but are subject to change. We will provide an update with specific start times for each category as we get closer to race day. 


Live timing results will be posted online and we will share this info as we get closer to race day. 


This race is part of a race series, stay tuned for further information if you'd like to sign up for the entire series! If you'd rather just register for the individual race, see details below. 

Online Registration (Ends February 4th at 5:00pm) 

Men's & Women's Long Course $45

Men's & Women's Short Course $45

Juniors (short course only) $10

$10 from each registration will support Carrabassett Valley Trails’ winter trail maintenance efforts and winter biking in the Carrabassett Region

Please note there will be no day of registration for this year's race, and no pre-race riding on the course. 


We will have bib pick-up at the Outdoor Center Sunday morning from 8am to 9:30am. We will have signage to direct you to our table outside. 


Celebrate your accomplishments with a complimentary finish-line beer and awards ceremony after all racers finish. Overall awards for the series will be held at Titcomb Mountain. 

If you like our race, bike trails, or the greater Carrabassett Valley region, please consider getting involved by volunteering or joining one of the area's non-profits; working hard to create sustainable outdoor recreation opportunities in the Carrabassett Region.


Maine Huts & Trails

Learn more about the Town of Carrabassett Valley and the Trails network at http://www.carrabassettvalley.org/mountain-bike-trails




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