Registration

Registration begins 1 hour before race start at each venue with racing starting promptly at the listed time. We will be on site with release forms starting at 1 hour before race start.

Number Plates

Number plates must be used to participate in any of the races and are non‐transferable. For Elligibility for prizes & points. $10 per plate per season.

Safety

All participants must wear an CPSC approved helmet in order to participate or pre‐ride on the courses. You are responsible for ensuring your bike is in safe working condition and please adhere to proper trail/race etiquette. Keep your sense of humor. It’s only a race after all!

Registration and Racing Start Times

Registration begins 1 hour before race start at each venue with racing starting promptly at the listed time. Please try to arrive early so we can start the races in a timely manner. We will be on site with release forms starting at 1 hour before race start.

Registration Fees

  • Season Number Plate: One-time $10 fee
  • Each Race: XC = $40 day of ($30 pre-registration), Endurance = $65 day of ($50 pre-registration)
  • Season Pass: $200 ($265 value)
  • Payment: In person Cash or check only.

Release Form

A release form must be filled out for each race participant at each venue. Minors under the age of 18 must have a parent or legal guardian sign the release form in order to race (1 form per year, per venue). Click here for the Frosty series release form.

Number Plates

Number plates must be used to participate in any of the races and are non‐transferable. Number plates are valid only for the current race year and may not be carried over from year to year. They may be purchased for a cost of $10 per plate per season. Obtaining a season race number is the first step in qualifying individual racers for weekly, year‐end, and point series prizes and drawings. It is the responsibility of each racer to remember his/her season number plate each week and to have it attached to his/her bike in a location readily visible to the race timers and organizers. In order to redeem your free race you must have your number plate with you at registration and the appropriate venue mark will be punched on the number plate. Lost plates may be replaced at a cost of $10/plate.

Sponsors with free race credits are not required to have a number plate to participate in the races each week, but in order to qualify for year‐end prizes and other drawings a race plate must be purchased for each participant. Pull Tags: Will be used as a redundant placement system and are required.

Disputes

Disputes in timing and weekly standings must be cleared up before the next week’s race or they will stay as posted in the results. This goes for participation in races as well as rankings since eligibility for the finale prize drawing, and season points race are contingent on the posted results sheet.

Categories

  • Men & Women Combined:
  • Abominable A
  • Bigfoot B
  • Chilly C

Categories

There are 3 racing categories to choose from. Men and Women are combined in all categories.

Category selection should be made based on your overall performance regardless of what category you race in other events such as ICUP races. Generally speaking racers participating in ICUP events on a regular basis will race up a category in our series. The overall theory behind the categories in our events is to provide similar levels of competition for all participants. If you place in the top 3 in 4 races you will be asked to move up to the next category. If you place 1st in 3 of the races you will be asked to move up to the next category. We will be more lenient on this towards the end of the season, as we know racers typically get in better shape as the season progresses.

When recommendations are made to move up a category, the times of the other racers in current category, and times of racers in the next category are evaluated. Since there are no prizes for placing each week there should be no reason for racers to “sandbag.” Even the year‐end points competition is generally won by those who have consistently participated in the races throughout the season, and not necessarily by those who have placed in the top 5 at all of the races. Our races are a “fixed distance” style event and we will be using “Wave” starts for each group.

Tire size requirements: Some venues will not allow tires narrower than 3.0”. For the venues that will allow narrower tires (2.75” and below) you are welcome to “run what you’ve brung” but will be required to start 5min behind your start group (i.e. if you are registered for “Abominable A” you will start with the “Bigfoot B” wave which will be 5min after Abominable A leaves). In the event that all participants have tire sizes of 3.0” or greater the starting waves will be 1min apart.


Prizes

Weekly Prizes – TBD

Finale Raffle

At the end of the year we have a finale raffle for eligible participants (see below). This raffle has some great prizes; for those who qualify there is usually a bike, season pass to Sundance, dining gift certificates, and other great prizes.

Points Series Prizes

– Those who qualify as one of the top 3 in each category are eligible for product gift certificates from some of our great suppliers and more importantly the coveted Frosty Belt Buckle!

Eligibility for Finale Raffle

You must participate in at least 4 of the 6 events to be eligible for the final raffle.

Eligibility for Season Points Race

To qualify as a season points race top 3 winner, you must have participated in at least 4 races. You must be present to win. First Timers are not a part of the Season Points Race.