Ironbull Last Hurrah: The 6K or 12K Snowshoe, Fat Tire Bike, or Ski Adventure to Cap Off Your Winter
Winter is flying by, but there’s still time for the last hurrah—the Ironbull Last Hurrah, that is. So choose your own adventure and head to Athens, Wisconsin, on Sunday, March 7, 2021. You can fat tire bike, snowshoe, or ski your choice of a 6K or 12K course. If you want to give snowshoe racing a try but don’t have a pair of snowshoes, Ironbull even has Northern Lites race snowshoes available for free! (Just be sure to check this option when you register for the event.) This race will go on regardless of snow conditions, but the course may be modified to suit the conditions.
Ironbull Last Hurrah COVID-19 Measures
What’s more, the race organizers have made the logistics a breeze and have put extra health and safety measures in place in light of COVID-19. These measures include the following:
- Waves are limited to 30 people each to avoid congestion.
- There’s a virtual pre-race meeting and contactless check-in and packet pickup.
- Racers must outside for the entirety of the event, practice social distancing, and wear masks at all times except when racing.
- All participants must complete a COVID-19 declaration.
- There will be no post-race meal or gathering, and racers are responsible for bringing their own food and water for the race.
Race Time, Location, and More Information About the Ironbull Last Hurrah
The Ironbull Last Hurrah will be held at Erbach Park, 300 N Well Street, Athens, Wisconsin. Wave starts begin at 8:15 a.m. Visit the Ironbull Last Hurrah webpage for more details about race times, course information, entry fees, and all the fun swag included in your registration fee. And head to Ironbull’s Facebook page for the latest updates.
Ironbull is a 501(c)(3) charitable organization that promotes outdoor adventure sports in Central Wisconsin. Learn more about their organization and exhilarating events by visiting their website or Facebook page. They’ve got great events for adventurers of all persuasions—from snowshoeing and skiing to trekking and paddling—planned throughout 2021 and early 2022.
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