Meijer Slush Cup and Sno-Cone Races
Parking/Start Info for Slush Cup and SnoCone
The start for both races is outside the fenced area and will finish inside the fencing in the Celebration Zone under the Finish Line.
26th Annual Meijer Slush Cup
"A half-frozen version of the Bell's Iceman"
The Meijer Slush Cup offers beginning cyclists the option of a shorter and more relaxed event than the Bell’s Beer Iceman. Approximately 8 miles long, the Meijer Slush Cup is perfect for riders who have the desire to race but lack training time or racing experience. Riders who haven’t been able to ride as much as they’d like often opt for the Meijer Slush Cup.
The Meijer Slush Cup now starts and finishes at Timber Ridge Resort. Open to youngsters and adult beginners only, the Meijer Slush Cup course follows the Vasa 10 Kilometer trail out around and back. The Meijer Slush Cup course has moderate climbs, some screamer downhills and is all on forest two-track roads. The Meijer Slush Cup trail merges with the Bell’s Beer Iceman trail at the
Slushies share the last food station, Ice Station Zebra, with the Bell’s Beer Iceman riders. Ice Station Zebra is located at the
Late arrivals may pick-up their Meijer Slush Cup packets at the Meijer tent near the Slush Cup Start Corral at Timber Ridge beginning at 7:30 AM on Saturday morning.
2019 Meijer Sno-Cone
"A half pint version of the Iceman"
The 2018 Bell’s Beer Iceman will once again host the Meijer Sno-Cone race for youngsters 10 & under. Registration is just five dollars. All participants receive a medal, a bike number plate, stickers, and more!
Registration is now open for the 2019 Meijer Sno-Cone events! Parents, you can register your children for the Meijer SnoCone electronically at www.iceman.com. The 2018 registration fee is $5.00.
The Meijer Sno-Cone will begin at 3:00 PM on Saturday, November 2. Participants will be broken down into appropriate age categories and ability levels. The courses will consist of a short (1/4 mile) and relatively flat loop around Timber Ridge Resort for the very youngest riders and a
The only requirements are that the participants have an ANSI approved helmet and that their bike
Meijer Sno-Cone Starts at 3:00 PM!
If you’re going to watch ONE event during Bell’s Beer Iceman, it has to be the Meijer Sno-Cone races for children 10 and under! These races have it all, high speeds, crashes, heroics as fallen riders climb back on their bikes to finish, and even pink handlebar streamers!
Everyone who comes back to Timber Ridge Resort to watch the end of the professional races had