Fat and Skinny Tire Fest | Ortho Cup Registration
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Ortho Cup Registration

Event Description

The Ortho Cup is open to all sponsors who donate $500 or more to the event.

 

Join us for the ultimate community/corporate challenge-style event. See your local company peers, Warsaw-area locals and visitors duke it out for the Orthopaedic Cup Championship. Winners will have their name etched in local history on the Ortho Cup trophy and show it off for 1 year. Losers will wait a year for their next shot at glory and revenge. Invite your family, friends and company peers out to cheer on participants, and don’t forget to plan on spending the weekend in Winona Lake. There are festivities and events for the whole family during the Fat & Skinny Tire Fest.

 

If your company is an event sponsor, please accept our sincere appreciation for your support of this community event. The Fat & Skinny Tire Fest is an event produced by KCV Cycling, a 501 (c) 3 non-profit organization. Your support may be tax deductible. Please do not hesitate to contact us with your questions and/or suggestions.

 

Thanks for participating!

Schedule

 

All teams will compete on evenly equipped single speed beach cruisers.

  • WHO: A four-person team of full-time employees from local companies.

 

  • WHEN: Sunday, May 21, 2017 – Staging will begin @ 1:20pm, qualifying will begin at approximately 1:30pm, and the finals at approximately 3:15pm.

 

  • WHERE: Staging will be at the START/FINISH line on East Canal Street and Auditorium Blvd, east of the canal bridge near Trailhouse.  All team riders should be present for the start of the race.

 

  • ADDITIONAL INFO: No competitive cyclists allowed. All riders will be cleared at staging. At least 1 woman per team. Be sure to have at least 1 alternate available.  Each person on your team will be required to sign a waiver before they are allowed to compete.