Huff wins Freezer Food Series race

Huff wins Freezer Food Series race

Scott Huff won the Freezer Food Series on Sunday at the Slikok Trails.

The race was musical fat bikes, with Huff timing the clock best, Landen Showalter finishing second and Nathan Kincaid taking third. Jen Tabor was the top woman, taking sixth.

The Freezer Food Series now shifts to ski racing, with the first ski race at 2 p.m. today at the Skyview Middle School trail head.

Freezer Food Series Race #8

1. Scott Huff; 2. Landen Showalter; 3. Nathan Kincaid; 4. Carl Kincaid; 5. David Edwards-Smith; 6. Jen Tabor; 7. John Tabor; 8. Jen Showalter; 9. Morgan Aldridge; 10. Kari; 11. John; 12. Jeff Helminiak.

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