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Paul Bunyan Challenge

August 1, 2021 @ 7:45 am

Escape the traffic and craziness of the west side, when you arrive take a deep breath and relax with us over to the Sunrise side to enjoy the beautiful Lake Huron Shoreline, crisp, clean pine air, crystal clear water of Cedar Lake.  It is flat as a pancake over here, so there will be no climbing of any sort.  This entire event will use the 7 mile long Cedar Lake and stay within that circle and the Lakewood shores POA.

We will start everyone off with a jump off of the causeway, heading out and back underneath the causeway bridge before exiting at the beach.  Then a fast, flat, all right turn 14-mile loop around Cedar Lake.  This is pine tree-lined 75% of the way as you will fly past all the cedar lakeside residents.  The run is a combination of asphalt and dirt roads that are equally as flat as you run through the streets of Lakewood shores, again this is mostly pine tree-lined.  You will finish back at the clubhouse beachside.

Please visit the website to register and see more information. Registration prices vary.


August 1, 2021
7:45 am
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3 Disciplines Racing
7701 E Cedar Lake Drive
Oscoda, MI 48750 United States
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