• Date
    Saturday February 5, 2022
    to
    Saturday February 5, 2022
    past event
  • Type
    Race
  • Activities
    Mountain Bike
  • Location
    Stanwood, Washington United States
    9900 St Ives Dr
Race Details:

Presented By: Angels of Action & Lakeside Motor Sports

This is a timed race using chip timing. The groomed trail goes between St. Ives and the Highlands golf courses located in beautiful Canadian Lakes, Michigan. Each loop is 8 miles. Included in the ticket price is post-race refreshments provided by the St. Ives Grille, as well as a beverage ticket. Accommodations are available at Tullymore Golf Resort. Visit https://www.tullymoregolf.com/accommodations/hotels/ or call 800.972.4837 ext. 5002 .

Proceeds go to support the programs of Angels of Action. Angels of Action is a non-profit organization that serves children, families, and individuals in both Mecosta and Osceola Counties. Angels of Action is home to nine programs that work to assist our community in several ways, addressing physical, emotional, and educational needs. The team at Angels of Action works together creatively with great flexibility and quick responses to help meet these needs. Angels partners with schools, churches, community agencies, volunteers, and local businesses to ensure physical, emotional, and educational needs are being met within all aspects of the family unit. Please visit https://www.angelsofaction.org/ to learn more

*Helmets are required for rider safety.

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