Frisco Nordic Center to host Frisco Freeze winter fat bike Race next week |

Frisco Nordic Center to host Frisco Freeze winter fat bike Race next week

Racers of all ages will be eligible to compete in what the town of Frisco says is the only opportunity to ride a fat bike on Frisco Nordic Center trails this winter.

The Frisco Nordic Center will host the 7th Annual Frisco Freeze Fat Bike Race on Feb. 18, 2023.
Town of Frisco/Courtesy photo

The Frisco Nordic Center will host the seventh annual Frisco Freeze fat bike race on Saturday, Feb. 18, the town said in a news release.

The race is the only chance this season to ride a fat bike on the Frisco Nordic Center trails, according to the release. The race starts at 3 p.m. outside the Nordic Center lodge, with racers completing two laps of groomed Nordic ski trails for a total distance of 14 kilometers. Juniors will do just a single lap of the course.

Racers can register in one of six categories: open men, open women, masters men 45+, masters women 45+, junior boys 17 and under and junior girls 17 and under. Awards will be given to the top three racers in each category.

The awards ceremony and post-race party will take place immediately following the race at the Frisco Nordic Center, the release states. Pizza, beer and nonalcoholic beverages will be served.

Registration fees are $45 for adults and $35 for youth 17 and under. A commemorative gift will be included for those who register, according to the release. Preregistration will close at 12 p.m. Feb. 17, and same-day registration will be available from 1:30 to 2:45 p.m. outside the Frisco Nordic Center on the day of the race.

The course will be open from 2 to 3 p.m. the day of the race for those who have registered to warm up, the release states. More information about the event is available at

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