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The Tread and Shred Endurance Race is a 6 hour trail run and 6 hour mountain bike race located at the Trails at St. Crispin's on December 12 and 13, 2020. You can run, ride or do both. If 6 hours is too long, put together a two person team. Teams will trade off completing loops however they choose in the same event or together in both events (The Double). The race will be held on the green, orange and blue trails. Complete as many loops as you can in 6 hours. Start and stop at any time during the race. This is a self-supported race. Bring your own water, food and gear. This course has sections that both fast and flowy, and rocky and technical. Please be prepared.
This is a self supported race. Tents and crew staging will be along the road on the east side of the Ropes Course field. Please space out tents and tables appropriately.
Come join us for a full weekend of fun. St. Crispin's has multiple lodging options available - Single and/or Double Occupancy lodge rooms, summer camp bunk cabins, and tent camping. Dinner & Breakfast are included with lodge rooms and cabins. Prices start at $79 for 1 night, single occupancy in a hotel style lodge, and $180 for 1 night for 4 people in our summer camp cabin lodging. Two nights start at $130 single occupancy in a hotel style lodge, and $320 for 2 nights for 4 people in our summer camp cabin lodging. For more information on all lodging prices, or to book for your stay, please call 405-382-1619.
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