Elm Creek Fatbike Trail Groomers
You all raised $1,195 in 2015 and we're looking to add to that after the 2016 winter season. Read on and join us.
UPDATE!! 3-21-16 at 10am:
45NRTH is kicking in some goods!
- The first 5 people to give $50 or more will receive a 45NRTH Groomed Singletrack tshirt
- Donate $100 or more and get a 45NRTH Groomed Singletrack engraved Stanley mug
A huge thanks to 45NRTH ! And be sure to head over to Groomedsingletrack.com .
To redeem your prize after donating, send an email to Kurt at email@example.com.
2016 Trail Campaign:
We're back to get some things going for this past winter's great trail maintenance on the Elm Creek Singletrack by the Elm Creek Riders.
We (the Fatbike Frozen Forty) have donated money to MORC separately and want to support the Elm Creek group directly here. We're excited because we've been able to increase our donation goals each year and this year is another bump from last year.
If you've ridden the Elm Creek Trails this past winter at all, whether during the Fatbike Frozen Forty or the other rides out there or you enjoy going out and riding by yourself, we encourage you to kick in whatever amount of money you can.
Help them out by donating now. All of these funds go directly to the crew! Last year you all raised $1,195 for the Elm Creek Riders and it's greatly appreciated!
A special thanks to the crew for ensuring that the conditions were the best that they could be for all of the first 5 YEARS of the Fatbike Frozen Forty ( www.frozen40.com )!
From the 2015 Campaign: It's been a terrible snow year in Minnesota, but you were able the ride and race on near perfect conditions at Saturday's Fatbike Frozen Forty because of the work of the Elm Creek crew!
We (the Fatbike Frozen Forty race directors) want to spearhead this campaign to raise money for the crew to cover gas, parts, repairs, equipment, and help jump start their fund to ensure that they can continue keeping the winter fatbike trail in prime shape.
The Elm Creek singletrack is perfectly groomed winter singletrack thanks to a very hardworking crew that has been doing all of it on their own time and dime.
Many formal and informal fatbike races and rides are held throughout the winter each year and fatbikers are lucky to have some of the best groomed fatbike trails in the country because of this crew's extremely hard work, countless hours, and personal money.
Help them out by donating now. All of these funds go directly to the crew! Last year you all raised $1050 for the Elm Creek Riders !
A special thanks to the crew for ensuring that the conditions were the best that they could be for all of the first four years of the Fatbike Frozen Forty ( www.frozen40.com )!