Frostbite 40

The frosty temps of this week will give way to mild, almost spring-like weather. Leave the trainer for another day and get outside and enjoy a little sunshine and change of scenery. Take part in a group ride, race or go solo, but don’t miss out on this great weather weekend.

Events:

Chicago Bike Swap – Searching for a good deal on cycling equipment or gear? Head out to Harper College on Saturday for this annual bike swap. The event goes from 9:30am until 3:30pm. For more information, click here.

Frostbite 40 – It may barely be frosty at the start of this race, but the course will still provide plenty of challenges. You can choose from either a 30, 40 or 50 miles. The course is mostly gravel with some rolling hills. The race begins at the American Legion Post 197 in Pecatonica. For more information, click here.

Coming Up:

Hugh Jass Fat Bike Race #6 – It’s the season finale for this fat bike series. This race will be held at the Sand Valley Golf Course in Nekoosa, Wisconsin. The course includes hilly terrain and plenty of sand. For more information, click here.

West Town Bikes Open Swap – One more opportunity to get a good deal on that cycling equipment you’ve been searching for.  For more information, click here.

Plan Ahead:

International Women’s Day Ride – Plan to celebrate International Women’s Day with a bike ride. Women from around the world will be participating in this global event and you can be connected! For more information on the worldwide event, click here. If you’re looking for a local group instead of going solo, join the Highland Park Trek Women’s Group. They’ve mapped out a 50K ride and all are welcome. For ride details, click here.

WTF Track Cycling Night – Curious about track cycling. Attend this informational/social event at Rapha Chicago on Tuesday, March 10. For more information, click here.

Have a great weekend!

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