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Camp Manitou-Lin
24 or 37 miles of legendary singletrack and gravel
Weave through the epic singletrack trails at Yankee Springs Recreation Area.
Hammer the fast but hilly gravel roads and two-tracks of Barry County.
Conquer both and you will be a Lord of the Springs.

Start with a new 5 mile lead-out, mostly on gravel.
Follow with 5 miles on the challenging Yankee Springs Deep Lake mountain bike trail.
Grind out 18 miles (5 miles if doing the 24-mile course) of Barry County gravel roads, Audobon Sanctuary scenery, and the infamous Sager Road two-track.
Tackle an additional 4 miles of Deep Lake singletrack.
Finish fast with 5 miles on mostly gravel roads.

Chip timed. Cash and gear prizes. Low-key vibe.

Plus a 9-mile beginner/youth race and free kids races.

Lord of the Springs is a part the Michigan Gravel Race Series. See their website for all the details.

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    9.0 miles
    Distance
    587 ft
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    -561 ft
    Descent
    961 ft
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