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    Farmer's Fat Bike Race -registration is open!

    Registration is open for Farmer's Fat Bike Race, the first stop on the Great Lakes Fat Bike Series.

    The race will be held on 1/12/2013 at Cannonsburg Ski Area near Grand Rapids, Michigan. Cannonsburg has miles of sandy terrain and snow making capabilities which will guarantee a great race course no matter what the weather.

    We sold out our race early last year with nearly 100 registered riders. This year we're bumping the rider cap up to 200. We still expect it to sell out, so take advantage of early bird pricing and register by Halloween to save $

    See the race page on the Farm Team website for more info.

    Registration is online at OneStopRace.com

    Check out these videos from Last year's event to get a flavor for what's in store in 2013!

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    <iframe width="560" height="315" src="http://www.youtube.com/embed/4dtoGfd7Uek" frameborder="0" allowfullscreen></iframe>

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    We are just over 7 weeks from race day and we have 77 riders registered to race! The rider cap is 200 and there will be no day of registration. Register before December 1 and save $5.

    Farmer's Fat Bike Race is the 1st race in the Great Lake's Fat Bike Series. If you're thinking of contesting the series this is your first chance to put points on the board.

    We fully expect plenty of snow on the ground, just like last year. But we also have the benefit of racing at Cannonsburg Ski Area, which has a sandy two track and single track system. If mother nature fails us we will have the option of using man made snow on part of the course, and we'll be able to ride some fantastic trail as well as some sandy portions of the property that are usually not accessible with skinny tired mtbs.

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