Race Ride Tour Event #1 - Full Moon Fat Bike Race and Ride

Race Ride Tour Event #1 – Full Moon Fat Bike Race and Ride

By January 5, 2019January 18th, 2019Bikes, Featured

Co-sponsored by Ski Haus and Lake Catamount Touring Center

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The Full Moon Fat Bike Race and Ride is scheduled for Wednesday, January 16th, 2019. This is Event #1 in the Pleasant Valley Race Ride Tour Series co-sponsored by Ski Haus and the Lake Catamount Touring Center.

The race starts at 6pm so show up early enough to check in, warm up, and be ready to pedal! The $30 entry includes a fabulous Race Ride Tour Series t-shirt and post race/ride burgers, beers, veggie burgers or non-alcoholic beverage.

Register at Ski Haus or CLICK HERE to register online. $30 entry. Choose between the Short or long course. Helmets are required and bike lights strongly recommended.

Last year’s Full Moon Fat Bike Race/Rides were a huge success. Everyone from full-on racers to friends who just wanted to ride together and enjoy the moonlit scenery came out to play. It’s super cool to see the fat bikers spread out over the Lake Catamount Touring Center’s tracks in the moonlight with their bike lights reflecting off the snow.

After the ride everyone meets up at the Lake Catamount Club House Restaurant for a satisfying burger, veggie burger, cold beer, or non alcohol beverage and let the story telling begin!

Let’s hear your Full-Moon-HOWL! CLICK HERE TO REGISTER.

Directions to Lake Catamount Touring Center. From Steamboat Springs drive east on Colorado Highway 40 to CO 131. Right on 131. Stay on 131 until you cross the bridge over the Yampa River. Turn left on County Road 18 soon after crossing the bridge and look for the Catamount sign. Continue on County Road 18 and look for the large Lake Catmount Clubhouse. Turn left and find the Outfitter Cabin down by the lake.


  • kurt vordermeier says:

    What is the distance difference between the long and short courses?
    Thank you

    • Murray Selleck says:

      Hi Kurt,
      This distances will vary depending on conditions. Right now the long course could be between 12 and 9 miles. The short course will be about 6 miles. Write back with any questions or call Lake Catamount at 970.871.6667 for up to the minute updates.

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