|Report from 2003: The February 1, 2003 Frozen Hog was held in the middle of a
severe drought, so it wasn't as white and fluffy as the photo (above)
would indicate. But it was great fun. 34 racers registered -- a good
turnout for a first-ever racing event in the middle of winter.
|Because Mother Nature had withheld snow for three weeks, riders had to contend with
mud, ocean-sized puddles, and a couple of spooky rock-hard ice glaciers in the
upper canyon. But "no fluffy stuff" meant hot riding times. Ed Warr
cranked the fastest uphill time, a blistering 16:14. Jeremy Branch smoked the
downhill at 6:40.
Time trial: Hillclimb. Rider up. Go...
|Frozen Hog Winners 2003 (Best Combined
| First Place
| Ed Warr
| Men's Hillclimb
| M under 18
|| M under 18
| M 18-29
|| M 18-29
| M 30-39
|| M 30-39
| M 40-49
|| M 40-49
| M 50-plus
|| M 50-plus
| Women's Hillclimb
| W 18-29
|| W 18-29
| W 30-plus
|| W 30-plus
||The Frozen Hog race is sponsored by UtahMountainBiking, our first try at
holding an official event, and (as far as we know) the first winter-terrain
mountain biking race in Utah. A special "thank you" to Richard
Williams who stayed off his bike as the Hillclimb starter and Downhill finishing
judge. The UMB guys supplied the goodies and Gatorade, plus prizes for the
winners and "stuff" for the drawing. Everybody went home with
Dodge the slime... and shave some time...
Join UtahMountainBiking and Timpanogos
February 2004 for the 2nd annual Frozen Hog.
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