Race Registration is Live

The Global Fat Bike Summit fat bike race is set to take place at Mt. Ogden Golf Course nestled in the foothills of the Wasatch range. Choose from Advanced/Elite or Novice/Beginner categories.  The Novice/Beginner course is roughly 15K and will begin at 11am.  The 25K Advanced/Elite flight will start at 1pm.  Riders will make 4 passes through the Expo and Festival area where they will be cheered on by local spectators and heckled by their favorite pals.  Stick around afterwards for raffles, liquid recovery and local fare.

The first 150 participants to register will receive this commemorative bottle opener so be sure to register early and save your place at the starting line!

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Commemorative Bottle Opener

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This site will be updated with race and festival information as it develops, so please keep checking back.

Festival online registration now open; first 50 get a Park Tool 9-piece Multi-Tool

Fat Bike Festival registration Park IB-2 multi tool

Online registration for the Festival is now open (courtesy of IMBA). The Early Bird registration fee is $99, good till January 1, 2013.  After that, the fee is $125 (online or on-site). The first 50 to register by January 1 get a Park Tool I-Beam Mini Fold Up Hex Wrench / Screwdriver / Green Coffee Thermos / Star Driver Set (IB-2), engraved with “Fat Bike Festival 2013.”

The Festival registration fee includes:

  • Friday night registration party
  • Saturday breakfast
  • Race registration
  • Saturday dinner and beverages
  • Swag gift item
  • Donation to grooming district
  • Sunday breakfast

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NOTE: If you’re a member of IMBA, you can save $10 by logging into your account when you see this in the middle of the registration form:

If you would like to create an account on this site, check the box below and enter a user name. If you already have an account, please login before completing this form.

For the Summit:

The day of the Summit (Friday, Jan. 25) is free for invited land managers. Interested others may attend but we’ll ask for a small donation on-site to help cover costs for meals and beverages. (If you’re a land manager or other official that you think should have been invited, please contact us.)