4th Annual Frozen Onion Series
Presented By Onion River Sports and Muscles not Motors
Race #1 – January 6th, Hubbard Park, 11:00am Highlights Results Press
Race #2 – February 3rd, Hubbard Park, 11:00am Highlights Results Press Press
Race #3 – March 2nd, Millstone Bike/Ski Center, 11:00am Highlights Results Press
Update on Race #3: The third installment of the Frozen Onion Series will be held on Millstone’s new snow bike loop. Parking and race start/finish will be at the Little John Road Parking lot. It will be a more technical/challenging course than Hubbard Park, but will still be doable on a wide range of bikes (snow bikes, mountain bikes, etc), and of course will have a fire going, food, etc.
* Learn about ourselves and our environment through the pursuit of sport;* Find camaraderie around and direct support for riding, training and racing;* Support women’s access to and participation in the sport of mountain biking; and,* Hone technical skills, race well and contribute to the greater mountain bike community.In the team’s second year, a collaboration between Mountain Moxie, Little Bellas and the Stride Foundation led to the creation ofMoxie Sparks, a mountain bike mentoring program for girls. Two girls experienced a summer of mountain biking in 2012 – from gearing up to technical skill building and personal empowerment, as well as whetting their whistle for the race start (and finish) line.Sugarbush, Onion River Sports/Muscles Not Motors, Skirack and the Vermont Natural Resources Council sponsored MoxieSparks, a package which included podium incentives for Mountain Moxie members. The 23-member team competed in over 30 races and rides across New England (and even as far as Idaho, North Carolina and South Africa), accomplishing 26 podium finishes, which raised $1,150 for Moxie Sparks.For more info, go to: http://mountainmoxie.org/ or find us on facebook: http://www.facebook.com/pages/Mountain-Moxie/206328912722024