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Aspen Fat Bike Race

Information will be released soon for Aspen Fat Bike Race 2021. Click here to learn more!

This event is held at the Aspen Golf Course / Aspen Nordic Center on groomed trails, it is for FAT bikes only with 3.8 minimum width tires.

The race registration is just $20 and includes:

  • prize money to the top finishers in both the men and women open divisions (look at event’s website for more info)
  • race t-shirt
  • complimentary food and a beverage from Red Mountain Grill
  • discounted rentals from the Aspen Nordic Center

Register today!

Race information

Open Division: The race starts at 9 am (be at start line at 8:45 am), and it’s 50 minutes of racing.
Recreation Division: The race starts at 10 am (be at start line at 9:50 am), and it’s 30 minutes of racing.

Packet pick-up and race day registration: Packet pickup will begin at 8 am at the lower level of the Aspen Golf Club House aka Aspen Cross Country Center.

Post-race awards and festivities: We anticipate awards at 10:45 – 11:00 am. After the race, demo a CIMA bike from UTE City Cycles. Lunch begins at 10:15 am.

Aspen Fat Bike Race Route

Results

Click here to see the 2019 race results!

Demos and rentals

Don’t want to race? Demo a fat bike from Ute City Cycles. Ute City Cycles is going to have CIMA FBG full carbon fat bikes to demo – super light. Stop by from 8:45 – 11:15 am to demo this bike!! (demo bikes can’t be used for racing)

Need a bike to race with rent one from the Aspen Cross-Country Center – there is a discount for racers.

Click here to learn more and register!

Event Details

When:

Saturday, February 06, 2021

Time:

08:00am - 12:30pm

Location

39551 CO-82 Aspen, CO 81611
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