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Fat Bike Rally

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Event type(s)Fat biking

Organizer Cycling Association of Yukon

Insurance coverage Included with CAY membership

Community Whitehorse

Description

We’re kicking off the Yukon’s 2021/22 fat bike season with a fun event at the Gunnar Nilsson and Mikey Lammers Research Forest trails.

This is a family-friendly, low-key affair on your choice of a 2km or 5km loop course. Routes will be marked. Do as many laps as you want, at your own pace. Beginners welcome!

Course map

We will use the Research Forest building and serve hot drinks and snacks. Bring your own thermal mug.

Thanks to our sponsors, Icycle Sports and Cadence Cycle for helping us make the Fat Bike Rally happen.

Cadence Cycle logo

COVID-19 information

We will follow the Government of Yukon guidelines for proof of vaccination and masks.

Showing proof of vaccination

If you’re 12 years of age or older you must have proof that you’ve received 2 doses of a COVID-19 vaccination. We will be checking, so bring proof with you. You cannot participate if you’ve had only 1 dose.

Mask wearing

Anyone aged 5 and over must wear a mask unless you’re riding your bike. Let’s maintain a 2-metre distance between people who are not in same household. We will allow up to 50 per cent occupancy when indoors.

Register for event

There is a limit of 50 participants, so sign up today. Registration closes on November 27.

Register for Fat Bike Rally

Location

Gunnar Nilsson and Mikey Lammers Research Forest parking lot.

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Cost

  • Adults (17 and older) are free ($0). You need a CAY membership ($45) to participate.
  • Youth (under 17) are free ($0). You need a CAY membership ($30) to participate.
  • If you don’t have a CAY membership it’s still free ($0) but you need to sign an online waiver.

What you’ll get with your registration

A fun event, hot chocolate, coffee, snacks and draw prizes.

Bring your own thermal mug.


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