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The more snow, the more fun awaits fat-bike enthusiasts, who are eager to compete in the Kewaunee County leg of the Snow Crown Fat-Bike Series.

The White Cap, an upcoming fat-bike race at Ryan Park, takes place on Saturday, Feb. 1, the fourth and final leg of the Snow Crown series. This is the second year that the park has been chosen to be one of four host locations.

The Snow Crown series website refers to the challenging single-track course that includes an “equalizer” hill that made most riders “hike-a-bike” during last year’s race at Ryan Park.

The other three legs were in Manitowoc on Dec. 14, Ishpeming, Michigan, on Jan. 4, and the Brown County Reforestation Camp in Suamico this past Saturday (Jan. 18).

Fat-bikers compete in four levels: Novice (category 4), Intermediate (category 3), Advanced (category 2) & Elite/Pro (category 1).

The event aligns with a partnership between the Kewaunee County Promotions & Recreation Department and Broken Spoke Bike Studio in Green Bay to actively groom the bike trail at Ryan Park during the winter months for fat bikes, which have wider tires meant to tackle tougher terrain like snow.

“This sport has Ryan Park in use year-round, and people seem to really enjoy the trail,” says Dave Myers, director of Kewaunee County Promotions & Recreation. “We couldn’t do this without the team at Broken Spoke Bike Studio in Green Bay, as it’s their hard work and time put into grooming that is bringing riders to Kewaunee County.”

The White Cap begins at 9 a.m. Feb. 1 at Ryan Park, N4760 County Road C, Kewaunee. To register, visit https://snowcrownseries.com/kewaunee/ by Jan. 31 for a discounted rate of $35 or enter on site the day of the event for $40.

Participants do not need to have competed in the previous three races of the Snow Crown Fat-Bike Series to join in at Ryan Park. Spectators are welcome to attend for free.