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Frozen Assets Fat Tire Bike Race

Feb 3rd 2017 @ The Edgewater

Madison, WI
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Friday, February 3rd, 2017
6:30 PM
The Edgewater
1001 Wisconsin Place, Madison, WI 53703
Join Clean Lakes Alliance for our first annual Frozen Assets Fat Bike Race on Lake Mendota!This NIGHT race will start and end at The Edgewater. Participants will cruise across the ice on iconic Lake Mendota and pass by downtown Madison and the University of Wisconsin-Madison campus. Choose from a single lap, 4.25 mile course or a three lap, 12.75 mile course. Top finishers will get medals and prizes to be announced. Best of all, your registration supports work to protect and improve water quality in our lakes!First-time competitors can select the "novice" division. Please note that we recommend tires of 3.8 inches or wider to compete. Tickets are transferrable and non-refundable. We look forward to joining you on the ice!**See below for the planned race route. 14.25 mile competitors will complete three laps. Race organizers reserve the right to alter the course due to factors including but not limited to ice conditions and weather**The FestivalThe third annual Frozen Assets Festival, a family-friendly daytime event to be held indoors and outdoors at The Edgewater, will run throughout the weekend of Friday, February 3rd through Sunday, February 5th. As always, the Festival will be FREE and open to all. Learn more at you to our current title sponsors CG Schmidt, Lands' End, Hovde Properties and Spectrum Brands and our platinum hosting sponsor The Edgewater. Event proceeds will benefit our work to reduce phosphorus pollution to our lakes. Photos via Josh Duggan, Flickr.Please note: Clean Lakes Alliance will make every effort to hold this event, while keeping safety in mind for all competitors. Should the ice be deemed unsafe 24 hours ahead of the event, the event will be cancelled, with entrance fees being considered a tax-deductible donation to support our lakes.