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What's New!

04 Dec 2010

* Online Registration:  Online registrations are handled by a separate server, managed by Peter, one of the Tired Iron's most faithful volunteers.  Unfortunately, Peter will be out of town until approximately Tuesday, March 8, 2017.  After that time, the Online Race Registration will be up and running.  To register before March 8th, you can print out the Entry form (found under "Forms" on menu to the left), fill it out, and bring it to Compeau's Parts counter, or just stop by and fill one out when you get there.

* When registering online for 2017, you will only see the 2017 Jurassic race option available for registration. You will be placed in, either the Jurassic Classic or the Jurassic II, based on your speed, established during the "Time Trials" held on race day.

* The Jurassic Classic is reserved for sleds with top speeds of 25 mph and UNDER.

* The Jurassic II is for sleds with top speeds over 25 mph, but not faster than 39 mph.

 

 

Organizational Info

  • First race was held March 11, 2006
  • Incorporated as a nonprofit in Alaska on 2/4/2010
  • Fairbanks Tired Iron Charitable Foundation is a 501(c)(3) charity. EIN: 46-3195262
  • Exempt purpose is to educate the public, document and preserve the history of snowmachining and snowmachine racing