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Fat (tire) vs Skinny (ski) Race at Boulder Lake Ski Area

Created: 01/10/2014 8:40 AM WDIO.com

Northlanders have the chance to join in on a new kind of sporting event, and Tim Hagley and Lucas Kramer, the directors of this new race, joined us on the show!

The Fat vs Skinny Race pits fat tire mountain bikers against cross country skiers at the Boulder Lake Ski Area!

You can still register online before Saturday, January 11th, or in person on Saturday if you arrive around 9:30 AM.  The race itself starts at 11:00 Saturday morning.

It all takes place at the warming shack at the Boulder Lake Ski Area.

You can pre-register and find more information at their website, and their Facebook page.

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