45NRTH Fatbike Triple Crown (Round 1)
Race Details:

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 and allows people to embrace getting outside to combat the winter blaws.

Dates:

Sunday, November 27th, 2016

Sunday, December 11th,2016

Saturday, January 7th, 2017

Registration information

Please register online here: https://www.webscorer.com/kokaneeredbike?pg=register

Entry Fee

$40 per race – bring your cash to sign on each day (or debit card – we’ll have a debit machine on site)

Categories/Distances/ Race Format (*NEW*)

A new format will be adapted for 2016-17

Complete as many laps you can within your respective category’s time limit. The race will end at 1:00PM so if anyone finishes past 1:00PM there last lap not count.

There will be 3 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)

There will be 3 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!

Also new is our Night Race on Jan. 7th, 2017. Read more below for details.

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  • 45NRTH Fatbike Triple Crown (Long Course)

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    7.0 miles
    Distance
    432 ft
    Climb
    -429 ft
    Descent
    2,170 ft
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