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Attention, fat bikers: it’s time to rally

The snowy season is upon us and Cycling Association of Yukon wants to rally fat bikers to celebrate.

The Fat Bike Rally is a free event on Nov. 27 that’s focused on fun and participation.

Whether you’ve been riding a fat bike since the Pugsley days or last week miraculously found something on the buy and sell, the Fat Bike Rally is for everyone.

The Rally starts at 2 p.m. and ends at 5 p.m., and you can show up anytime during this range.

Come by yourself or with friends and family and meet new people. There will be free hot chocolate, coffee and snacks.

Bring your own mug, mask and your proof of vaccination.

When you’re ready to ride, do as many laps as you want of the 5 kilometre course at the Gunnar Nilsson and Mikey Lammers Research Forest trails.

In case you’ve not ridden there, the Research Forest is about 20 minutes north of downtown Whitehorse. The trail system is beginner-friendly and includes a scenic route that overlooks the Takhini River.

To register for the Fat Bike Rally, roll over to the event page.


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