|Jeff Hall has been a fixture in the national mountain bike racing scene for decades - and he'll be gunning for the win at the 2014 Solstice Chase! Photo Credit: LaMere Cycles|
The Solstice Chase Fat Bike Race is a celebration of Winter, a community festival, and yes a BICYCLE RACE! As this is a big scale bike race drawing people from across the country, and the first event of this year's Great Lakes Fat Bike Series, we're excited to be welcoming pro racers to this year's event!
The first pro racer that we'll announce will be racing at this year's Solstice Chase - with more to come is.... JEFF HALL! Jeff Hall has won more mountain bike races in the Midwest, across the US, and internationally than you can shake a stick at! He is one of the gentlemen of the racing world, a family man, works full time at bike industry supplier QBP (where I used to work), and still manages to crush it on his bike! We are thrilled to have Jeff competing at the 2014 Solstice Chase - welcome Jeff!
Remember, the Solstice Chase welcome fat bikers of all stripes - from first timers to pro's. This year's course will be more rider friendly, with more fat bike specific single track (more "flowly" and less steep than last year), and course conditions look to be pointing toward very fast times on the course.
Not interested in riding? Be a part of it all by volunteering, spectating, ringing a cowbell, chatting with the many bike vendors (45NRTH, Twin Six, HED, Locally Geared, and Salsa Cycles) on hand, or have amazing food or drink from Cafe Wren & A Wandering Fire!
For the full scoop on the Solstice Chase, click HERE. To register, CLICK HERE! If you are a pro racer interested in competing at the Solstice Chase, email email@example.com
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|Jeff Hall in action! Coming to a race near you! Photo Credit: Jeff Hall|