The Sledgehammers Apparel team is making plans to return to Sicamous this winter with Snow Days, a three-day family-oriented event featuring snowbike races. File photo

Snow Days ahead

Sledgehammers Apparel crew returns to Sicamous for February snowbike event

Sledgehammers Apparel is revving up to return to Sicamous this winter with another family-oriented snowbike event. The company’s events manager, Derek Rousselle, confirmed the Sledgehammers team will be following up last year’s Ripped Snowbike Tour with Snow Days, a three-day event beginning Feb. 9. Once again, snowbike racing will be central to the event. Live music is also in the works, and vendors will be set up to keep audiences occupied between and during races. Rousselle said prizes will be handed out during the event, and surprises are in store. The News will provide more information about the upcoming event as it becomes available.


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