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Run, Paddle, Pedal
The Mindemoya Classic is a run, canoe and bike triathlon for singles or teams of two or four. Whether you want to beat a personal time, beat a team of your friends or just finish your leg of the relay, the Mindemoya Classic is for everyone.
Sunday, July 2, 2023
Government Dock, Mindemoya
~ 5.5k run, ~ 3k paddle, ~13k bike (2k on trail)
Solo - take on the whole course all on your own.
Teams of 2 - Open Division - female pairs, male pairs or co-ed
Team of 2 Relay - Participant A runs, Participant A & B paddle, Participant B bikes
Team of 2 Endurance - Participants A & B complete all three legs of the race together
Teams of 4 - Open Division - must be Co-ed with atleast one member of either gender
Team of 4 Relay - Participant A runs, Participant B & C paddles, Participant D bikes
Team of 4 Endurance - Participants A, B, C & D complete all three legs of the race together (two canoes)
Family - Immediate family only, teams of 2 or 4, one member of the team must be 12 or younger as of December 31st, 2023
50+ Masters Division - All racers must be 50+ in 2023, solo, teams of 2 or 4
Pre-registration (before July 1st) $25 per person, $20 per person for family teams
Race Day Registration $30 per person, $25 per person for family teams
Payment by cash or etransfer to firstname.lastname@example.org
This event is run not-for-profit and proceeds will go towards youth sports and cycling on Manitoulin Island.
8:00am - 9:00am
In-person registration, waivers and t-shirt pick-up.
Courses will be marked to preride.
Awards and draw prizes
Let us know you're coming and save time and money on race day by pre-registering below.
Other Semi-Important Race Rules
Display good sportsmanship. Always.
Teams of two can be two female, two male, or co-ed racers but the division is “open”.
Ranked teams of four must have at least one member of each gender.
One secured personal flotation device is mandatory per paddler.
Safety equipment is required for all canoes/kayaks. PFDs must be properly fitting and worn at all times.
Solo racers may paddle a canoe or kayak.
Ranked teams must paddle in canoes with canoe paddles.
Only two paddlers per canoe with the exception of family endurance teams of four if desired.
Secured helmets are mandatory for the cycling portion.
Bike leg must be completed on only one bike per rider.
If you have a team of three or thirty, or somewhere in-between, you're always welcome to enter as an "unranked" team and join in the fun.
Proudly a part of Central Manitoulin's Homecoming Weekend since 2001.