FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
November 8, 2017 Contact:
Assistant Recreation Superintendent
Parks and Recreation Department
Ride or Run 2018 Frozen Toes 15K Races on
Kessler Mountain’s New Single Track Trails
FAYETTEVILLE, Ark. – The City of Fayetteville’s Parks and Recreation Department has made an exciting change to the third annual Frozen Toes 15K on Kessler Mountain. For 2018, participants can run, mountain bike, or do both races! Hot soup will be served after each race.
The event is perfect for runners looking to transition from a 5K/10K distance to a longer trail race. Riders can experience new and improved multi-purpose single track trails – technical in some areas, but the views are worth it! The mountain bike race is offered in collaboration with Ozark Off-Road Cyclists, the organization that built many of the original trails on the mountain. All participants will have a chance to win prizes in addition to Male/Female Overall Finisher and Age Group awards. Event Details:
Saturday, January 13, 2018
Trail race start – 9 a.m.
Mountain bike race start – 12 noon
Start and finish at Kessler Mountain Regional Park (2600 W. Judge Cummings Road)
Course is 95% single track trail Registration Fees:
One event – $25
Both events – $40
Registration fee includes chip timing, participant socks, finisher medals, and post-race soup! Online registration is now open and available at www.fayetteville.onlinesignup.org Volunteers:
Several volunteer opportunities are available for this event. Please contact Parks and Recreation if interested in supporting the Frozen Toes 15K Trail Races or view our volunteer registration page on GivePulse
Fayetteville Parks and Recreation would like to recognize our current sponsors of Frozen Toes 15K Trail Races: Ozark Off Road Cyclists, Newk’s Eatery, and Adidas Outdoor. Contact firstname.lastname@example.org
if you are interested in sponsorship opportunities!
More information about the Fayetteville Race Series, including the Frozen Toes 15K Trail Races can be found on this webpage
or call the Parks and Recreation Department at 479-444-3471 or 479-444-3463.