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Event Spotlight – Big Fat Ride & Expo – Anchorage, AK

 

fatbikeexpo.com

(click the flyer to go to the event web-page)

The Big Fat Ride is coming this February and the entire fat biking community is invited to participate and celebrate fat biking in The Last Frontier! Whether you are a racer, fat biker or commute on your fat bike. Anchorage Alaska is where people fat bike year round for fun and for transportation in Alaska’s largest city with an estimated 10,000 fat bikers in the greater Anchorage area. Fat biking is Alaskan culture and Alaska is a fat bike destination.The Big Fat Ride is part of the festivities in 2016 and the ‘kick off’ for Alaska’s winter endurance race on the Iditarod Trail, the ITI.  The money raised at the event will be donated to two Alaska trail and bike advocacy groups. Bike Anchorage and Single Track Advocates.

The Fat Bike Expo and ITI Experience will offer guided fat bike tours in and around Anchorage, the Mat-Su Valley, Willow and on the Iditarod Trail as well as the Fairbanks area. More details coming soon about guide services and demo bikes available during the expo.

ATTN: RACE DIRECTORS – Send us a race Flyer!

Register your Race. Festival, Demo or Group Ride on the Fat-Bike.com Event Calendar then email us a race flyer and we’ll feature your event. Don’t forget to include a link to your event’s web-page so we can share it in a post like this one or a link in our Weekly Dose of Fat news digest. Email your race flyer or just say howdy at gomez@fat-bike.com

Give Us a Call

On Wednesday nights from 8-9:00 PM (CDST) we take telephone calls during the taping of Fat-Bike Radio’s Weekly Dose of Fat Show at 818-918-BIKE. You can call and leave us a message anytime to pimp your local race, rally, gathering, demo or fat-bike circus and we’ll play them during the show! Set a reminder on your smartphone to give your uncle gomez a call! At – 818-918-2453

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One Response to Event Spotlight – Big Fat Ride & Expo – Anchorage, AK

  1. Robert February 25, 2016 at 11:19 am #

    How many miles does this race course cover? Looks awesome! -R