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Chequamegon 40 Mountain Bike Race | The GearCaster

Chequamegon 40 Mountain Bike Race | The GearCaster

http://www.thegearcaster.com/2014/09/chequamegon-40-mountain-bike-race.html

Amber L. Carter
The Chequamegon Fat Tire Festival is one of the biggest and most beloved annual events in Hayward and Cable, WI. It takes place the third weekend of September.

Small Town Big Deal

This week Rodney and Jann head to Lake Geneva to see the mail boat jumpers, then after Jann takes a quick swim it's off to Hayward, Wisconsin to the Lumberjack World Championships!

American Birkebeiner - Most Prestigious Cross-Country Ski Race

American Birkebeiner - Most Prestigious Cross-Country Ski Race

http://www.birkie.com

Amber L. Carter
The American Birkebeiner is perhaps Hayward's most famous event, drawing amateur, competitive, professional, and Olympic skiers from all over the world. The race starts in Cable, WI, and ends at the finish line on Hayward's snow-packed main street.

Fat Bike Birkie | Hayward, Wisconsin | American Birkebeiner Snow Bike Race | Cable, WI

2014 Fat Bike Birkie in Hayward/Cable, Wisconsin The Fat Bike Birkie provides a one-day-a-year chance to ride your fat bike on the groomed, snow-covered American Birkebeiner Ski Trail! Fat bikes and mountain bikes are otherwise not allowed on the snow covered, groomed trail system because our priority is giving skiers the best possible experience all winter. This event is a one day exception to this rule and is for fat bikes only. This is new unique event in Hayward Lakes Area of Northern Wisconsin brought 500 fat bike riders and supporters to Hayward/Cable in early March 2014. A 500-rider field participated in the Fat Bike Birkie, which was held on the northern halves of the American Birkebeiner Classic and Skate Trails and the Kortelopet Trail. The race started next to Telemark Lodge and finished at Telemark Stadium.

Amber L. Carter
The Fat Bike Birkie, a fat bike race that takes place on the famed Birkie trail, only started a few years ago but has already gained traction as a can't-miss race for fat bikers.
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