Spin the Lakes May 26th, 2019
Take a tour around Ontario’s beautiful Muskoka region. The tour takes you around several of the Muskoka lakes along routes with breath taking views and spectacular rock cuts. The fabulous tour will have you traveling through several small towns and over terrain that consists of moderate rolling hills. This event is not a race and is geared for everyone to participate from the race enthusiast to the first time rider there is a course for you.
Band on the Run June 8th, 2019
Enjoy live bands playing rockin’ tunes along the route as you CHALLENGE yourself on our Muskoka Hills. All levels of runners welcome. Whichever distance you choose you will be cheered on by our incredibly spirited group of volunteers. Race Registration includes a tech t-shirt, lunch AND FREE admission into the rockin' family-friendly licensed post-race music festival.
The TriMuskokan June 23rd 2019
The TriMuskokan event itself is the end goal, where the journey of becoming active through multi-sport is the real goal. The goal to leading an active and healthy lifestyle in a sport that supports cross training through strength, swim, bike, and run training. We are calling it an event, and not a race, because for many it is an event. A culmination of their exercise and training that will be a race within yourself. Sure you are on the race course with a bunch of other people, but really the only person you are racing against is yourself. So, see the event as just that. A way to challenge yourself to do something new, something exciting, and something that is going to be a lot of fun.
The Limberlost Challenge July 6th 2019
Experience the very best of trail courses. The Limberlost Forest and Wildlife Reserve is the trail runner’s dream with its challenging terrain that will take you alongside pristine lakes, through a wetland with its tier of beaver dams, up and over some steep inclines and either tiptoeing or splashing through the occasional creek or mud hole.
IRONMAN 70.3 Muskoka July 7th, 2019
The course features a 1.2-mile, one-loop swim in the scenic Fairy Lake. The swim start is just 500m from the transition zone. The 56-mile out and back bike course will travel freshly paved roads through Baysville and beautiful countryside. The 13.1-mile run will take you through Historic Downtown Huntsville and finishing at the gorgeous Canada Summit Centre.
The Muskoka Kids Tri July 20th 2019
The Muskoka Kids Triathlon swim-bike-run fun challenge is open to kids young and not so young (ages 6-96) , with distances ranging between 50m swim / 3.2 km bike / 700m run for the 8 and under age group to 400m swim / 12.4 km bike / 3.2 km run for the 15 and older age groups.
Swim for Hospice July 21st 2019
Become a SWIM CHALLENGER and join Joy Jarvis as she completes a 12km SWIM FOR HOSPICE! Challenge yourself to swim 1km, 2km, or 3km to raise money and to raise awareness for Hospice Huntsville.www.hospicehuntsville.com
Muskoka River X Classic September 14 - 15, 2019
The world’s longest single day expedition paddling race is back for its seventh year with a twist. Teams will paddle the same 133km route, but in the reverse direction. Starting in Penninsula Lake, teams paddle the North branch of the Muskoka River through Port Sydney to Bracebridge. Then they paddle upstream on the South branch of the Muskoka River to Baysville, finishing they race on Penninsula lake. Teams paddle two rivers systems, three lakes and 20 portages for a total of 133km in less than 24 hours.
Muskoka River X Sprint September 14, 2019
Back again for 2019! Starting with the MRX Classic paddlers, Sprint Teams will paddle 58km of the North branch of the Muskoka River starting in Penninsula Lake, through Port Sydney before ending their journey in Bracebridge.
Muskoka River X Coureur des Bois September 13-15, 2019
The Coureur des Bois is back! The River X Crew first hosted this expansion course to the Muskoka River X Classic in 2015 and 2016. After a 2-year absence and at the request of our Alumni we will again host this epic race. Teams travel along the heritage routes of the Algonquin Peoples and early explorers as they traverse Algonquin Park east to west from Whitney to Oxtongue Lake.