12th Annual Icy River Rampage Winter Fat Bike Race
10 or 20 mi Fat Tire Bike Race Fundraiser for the Eagle River Nature Center
Race date: 2/4/2023
This is your once chance to ride trails otherwise closed to biking and help support the Nature Center!
This year, the Icy River Rampage is park of the Trek Winter Fat Bike Series, a fundraiser for two awesome non-profits: Chugach Mountain Bike Riders and the Eagle River Nature Center. Battle for points and glory by signing up for the longer points races, or keep it mellow by signing up for the shorter races. Mix and match, but just come and ride while supporting two great community-minded non-profits. Fabulous prizes await everyone who participates in all three races....
REGISTER FOR OUR RACE OR ALL 3 RACES below:
- Race date: 2/4/2023. Start time: 11am
- Typical course is ~10 miles, 20 milers will do 2 laps. Who knows, maybe this year conditions will allow us to eek out one 20 mile lap instead?? We will see what winter brings us.....
- Awards after the race, fire, and some food.
- Helmets required to race, fat tires required to race (*see below for Chugach State Park Regs definition of fat tires)
- Parking is LIMITED! We will hopefully have access to our new parking area, so if you have 4-wheel drive/snow tires, drive that vehicle to the race so we can park some of you down in the new lot:-)
- Please note: Transferring your registration to someone else is NOT PERMITTED. We had someone give their registration to a friend without notifying us at last year's race. This is NOT COOL for many reasons...but mostly because we didn't have any current info for that racer (emergency contact, etc.). If you can no longer race, please contact Laura at [email protected] and she'll refund yah and register a racer on the wait list. Thanks so much for understanding.
HUGE Props to our RAD race sponsors, the Trek Bicycle Store of Anchorage!
*FAT TIRES are also REQUIRED to race per our special-use permit with Chugach State Park. Fat Tires are defined by Chugach State Park as: "Fat Tire Bikes are defined as: a two wheeled, non-motorized, self-propelled bicycle (A) created for cycling on soft, unstable terrain; (B) having a tire width of 3.7” or greater; and (C) having a tire pressure of less than 20 pounds.