12/5/14 - Schedule along with individual event pages have been posted. First race is on 1/17/15 Look to the right! Thanks to the sponsors we've got prize packages to go 10 deep in the mens and womens categories this year.
11/16/14 - Well here we go. Wheels are in motion to get the final schedule out. Looks like a week away.
9/9/14 - Hello and welcome!!! Plans are underway for the 2014-15 season some changes are forthcoming to attract more races and more people attending the races. I'm excited and you should be to. Later!
3/12/14 - congrats to Justin Piontek and Jen Barden. They are you series champions for 2014.
12/15/13 - Congrats to Justin Piontek for taking the first win in the Wisconsin Fat-Bike Series. Andrew Olesen takes the early season lead in the Planet Bike Solo Male Division with his 4th place effort. More results, pics, and stories to come this week. Next race is 1/11/14 in the Southern Kettles at John Muir Trail Head for the IMBA Winter Festival!
There is still plenty of time to sign up for the series. Go here and sign up. all registrants have a chance to win series awards as well as being entered for a 1up USA rack for your fatty!
12/11/13 - Series registration is open! go here to register yourself or your team.
Platty Fatty opens up the series this weekend. Registration @ 4pm at momentum bikes! Race begins at 6:30pm. Register for the series onsite or on the link above. Remember, it's not too late to sign up for the series. There is thousands in prizes to give away from a 1up rack system to some custom trophies. After 3 races if you decide to sign up your points are retroactive! Come get some.
9/26/13 - Series registration is open! go here to register yourself or your team.
Also, on the schedule tab you will see a new drop down list where each individual race has it's own page with information about their event including a poster will be posted.
Also, registration for the Intergalactic Fat-Bike Championship Stage race is open! As it stands right now, the 2/15 race will be held at the underdown, there will be a short track race at a location yet to be determined as there are 3 locations this could do well at and the only limiter is cash. That race will take place the night of 2/15. Sunday is the final stage at Bradley Park. Cool Stuff! Register here. This is bound to be a great time!
Long Live Fat....Bikes and Think Snow
9/19/13 - As you can see from the links, pictures and on facebook, there has been a lot of activity here at HQ. I am very happy and thankful to announce that 9:ZERO:7 Bikes will continue to be the title sponsor of the 9:ZERO:7 Wisconsin Fat-Bike Series. You can look forward to a presence at most of the races (schedule pending). So if you go into a dealer (i.e. Rib Mountain Cycles) or see a sponsored rider make sure you thank them for supporting our series. Better yet drop them a line at firstname.lastname@example.org and say thanks!
Also, series registration opens on 9/22 that's this Sunday! Registration for the Intergalactic Fat-Bike Championships here in Tomahawk and the the Underdown also opens this Sunday which just happens to be the first day of fall.
We've also added an open team division for series points. Now you can race in teams of a minimum of 2 or max of 3 with an alternate in case someone can't make it. i.e. teams of two can have an alternate 3rd person and teams of 3 can have a 4th just in case racer.
Also in Sponsorship!
In addition to 9:ZERO:7, I would also like to thank the following series sponsors and supporters:
Long Live Fat....Bikes and Think Snow
9/10/13 - There has been a ton going on here at HQ. First, there are some scoring guidelines posted for review. Sponsors have been starting committ to us which makes me all warm and fuzzy with Bar Mitts being the first and I am looking forward to working with them. You can see what they have to offer go to www.barmitts.com. I am still looking to fill out the 2013-14 calendar so please send me information if you wish to be part of the series and draw more people to your event. I couldn't be more excited to be directing this series and hope to make it a great success for years to come and to make fat-biking a mainstay in the the Wisconsin Silent Sports community.
Long Live Fat....Bikes,