Date: September 22, 2024 Race Type: Triathlon Bike Surface: Gravel Drafting rules:? Non-drafting Kids Race? *NOT* a kids' race Course: 1500 meter swim, 31.9 mile bike, 6.2 mile run Start: 8:30 AM Location: Middleville, Michigan Address: 1095 N Briggs Rd Contact: 616-292-0728 | firstname.lastname@example.org Individual Price: $149+ Team Price:
Date: September 22, 2024 Course: 1500 meter swim, 31.9 mile bike, 6.2 mile run Location: Middleville, Michigan Address: 1095 N Briggs Rd
Registration fees included or disclosed up front?: Not specified whether registration/convenience fees are added. Course Info: Your day will start on the shores of Lake Barlow with a one, two or three loop swim. Transition is a short run away before heading out onto the beautiful gravel roads of Barry County. The sprint course will feature an out and back on Bowens Mill Road while the Olympic course will work its way south and east, exploring some of the best gravel roads Michigan has to offer. Once you?re back at camp, a quick change of your shoes and you?ll be off onto the trails of Camp Manitou-Lin for the trail/cross country run portion.
More: THE DIRTY MITTEN IS PROUD TO BE THE 2024 USAT GRAVEL NATIONAL CHAMPIONSHIP ALONG WITH BEING THE GRAVEL WORLD CHAMPIONSHIP OF THE UNIVERSE (yeah, we made that last one up, but the event is so good we are sticking with it)! Based out of Camp Manitou-lin in Middleville, MI, The Dirty Mitten offers a beginner friendly sprint option (The Shorty), a more challenging Olympic distance that will serve as the National Championship for both Tri and Du (The Long One), and one of, if not the, most difficult half distance event in the country (The Half Crazy). 13 EVENTS TO CHOOSE FROM: 4 events at each distance: The Shorty (sprintish), The Long One (olympicish), and The Half Crazy (halfish) all featuring triathlon, aquabike, duathlon and relay... plus you can join us virtually!
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