FAT BIKE RENTALS -need a ride ?


Rebound Cycle in Canmore strives to have the best working rental fleet possible and additional offerings to make your winter rental a success. Their winter rentals include industry leading fat bikes from Salsa in a variety of sizes all bikes come equipped with studded tires for traction and safety. They also offer Bar-Mitt & light rentals at an additional charge. Book well in advance for the Grizzly Fat Bike race weekend. 

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GRIZZLY  Winter Triathlon & Relay

​February 18, 2018,  Canmore, AB



Features:


  • 5km Run - 9km Fat Bike - 13km XC Ski
  • Solo or 3 Person Team Categories
  • Start Time 9:00 a.m.
  • Classic or Skate XC Ski Technique Categories​
  • Grizzly Paw Soda
  • Finish Line Snacks
  • Grizzly Souvenir Item​
  • World Class Former Olympic Venue
  • Highly Qualified Medical Team​​​​

Important Note: All non Season Pass Holders must purchase a one day Canmore Nordic Centre trail pass at race package pick up. $15 Per Person Cash Only. Nordic Centre Season Pass holders are not required to purchase the one day trail pass. Season Pass must be shown at race package pick up. This is a Canmore Nordic Centre Provincial Park policy - no exceptions permitted.​ Team runners and bikers are not required to hold a Nordic Centre trail pass. Team skiers only are subject to this policy.

Early Bird - Nov 01 - Dec 31    Solo  $80      3 Person Team   $160*
Regular - Jan 01 - Jan 31        Solo  $100     3 Person Team   $180*
Late - Feb 01 - Feb  11            Solo  $120     3 Person Team   $200*


*Team prices are per team not per person. All prices are subject to additional 5% GST.

Canmore Nordic Centre Fat Biking Guidelines

Fat biking is not permitted on groomed cross-country ski trails except where crossings are necessary. Fat biking is permitted on a signed section of Centennial cross-country ski trail ONLY to provide access to our EKG East race loop. Stay to the left on this ski trail. DO NOT ride in the machine-made tracks. Fat bikers must yield to skiers at all ski trail crossings.Cross ski tracks at a perpendicular angle. Avoid mixing dirt riding with snow riding.

 

Only “fat bikes” (with tires measuring 3.7 inches wide or wider) are permitted. Bikes with regular mountain bike tires are not permitted as narrow tires are more likely to leave deep ruts in groomed trails.