Frisco’s Annual Bubble Gum Race Series

The stakes are low—a piece of gum—and the fun factor is huge at Frisco’s Annual Bubble Gum Race Series in Colorado

Frisco’s Annual Bubble Gum Race Series

Do you love to ski? Do you want to give racing a try? If you’ve ever thought that racing downhill, around gates, and against opponents sounds like fun, you should head to Frisco on Mondays from February 20th to March 27th for the 4th Annual Bubble Gun Race Series.

This fun race series takes place at the Frisco Adventure Park Ski and Ride Hill, a quintessential community hill with a cozy lodge, a magic carpet surface lift, and close-in parking. The Bubble Gum Race Series is a non-competitive, community race series designed for skiers of all abilities. From those who have never raced before to seasoned pros, there’s something for everyone.
Multiple factors help to create a comfortable environment for newbies. For one, racers can run the course multiple times. And rather than being timed, they are given bubble gum, which they give away based on their finish. The racer with the most bubble gum at the end of the day wins!

In other words, the stakes are low—a piece of gum—and the fun factor is huge. Additionally, each week of the series presents a different challenge, such as a dual slalom course, an obstacle course spread across the adventure park skill hill, and a Nordic obstacle course.

Bubble Gum Race Series Details

  • All ages and abilities are welcome
  • Races are FREE
  • Registration is the day of the race from 4pm to 5pm inside the
    Frisco Adventure Park
  • Day Lodge located at 621 Recreation Way in Frisco
  • Races will run from 5pm to 6pm
  • Racers must provide their own ski equipment and helmets are required
  • Free hot cocoa and cookies will be served at the Day Lodge post-race

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