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Race #9 - Cuyuna Crusher - August 21

ON-LINE REGISTRATION ONLY

Early Pre-Registration closes Thursday, August 18 at 8:00 PM 

Late Pre-Registration closes Saturday, August 20 at 8:00 PM


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No Day-Of Registration....Pre-Registration Only

No Day-Of Class Changes

Registration Check-In

ALL racers, please CHECK-IN at Registration at least 30 min before your race.  (If you have your race number, please bring it to check-in.)

Racers who have NOT raced a Series race this year will pick up their race number on race day.  (Race numbers will NOT be available for pick up on Saturday at the Crusher Happy Hour.)

Racers who HAVE raced a Series race this year will use their existing race number and will NOT pick up a new race number.


Start Times, Distances, Fees : ONLINE REGISTRATION ONLY

Class Start Time Approx. Distance # of Laps Early Pre-Registration (closes 8/18 @ 8:00 pm) Late Pre-registration (closes 8/20 @ 8:00 pm)
Kids Comp 9:00 AM 4.2 miles 1 $18 $28
Citizen Men & Women 9:30 AM 8.4 miles 2 $29 $39
Marathon 10:50 AM 4 hrs 4 hrs $38 $48
Sport Men 11:00 AM 16.2 miles P+2 $34 $44
Comp Women 11:00 AM 16.2 miles P+2 $34 $44
Sport Women 11:00 AM 8.8 miles P+1 $34 $44
Elite Men 1:10 PM 31 miles P+4 $38 $48
Elite Women 1:10 PM 23.6 miles P+3 $38 $48
Comp Men 1:20 PM 23.6 miles P+3 $34 $44
All riders 18 and under $23 $33

Awards

Award ceremonies will follow each class of racing.  Medals (1st, 2nd, 3rd) will be awarded for all classes/subcategories as follows:

Kids Comp (Age Group)
Citizen (Age Group, Clydesdale)
Sport (Age Group, Clydesdale)
Comp (Age Group, Single Speed, Fat Bike)
Marathon (Overall)
Elite (Age Group, Overall)


2022 Race Information

Join Us in Cuyuna


Photo Courtesy of Randy Harrison

Voted MNMBS 'Best Race' in 2015, 2017, 2018, 2019 & 2021

Cuyuna's World Famous Red Dirt Flow Trails are in great shape!

Mountain bikers of all ages and skill levels along with their friends and families are invited to Crosby the weekend of Aug. 19-21 for the 9th Annual Cuyuna Crusher Race sponsored by the Cuyuna Lakes Chamber and the Minnesota Mountain Bike Series. The Cuyuna Crusher takes place in the Mahnomen Unit of the Cuyuna Country State Recreation Area. 

Don't just drive into town for the day we invite you to the Cuyuna Lakes Area to make a weekend of it. Bring your family and enjoy swimming, diving, fishing, kayaking and paddle boarding in our crystal clear mine lakes.  You will not regret the chance to explore our great town and get a quality pre-ride to prepare for your race. Visit and thank our local businesses that sponsor the Crusher, without them we couldn’t continue having successful events!

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PARKING

Cuyuna Crusher Parking

Cuyuna Crusher Parking

Vehicle Permits are Required in the Cuyuna Country State Recreation Area (including the day of the race)

Event day permit with the group discount is $5 (vs. $7). 

Vehicle permits can be purchased:

  • at the DNR office (307 3rd Street, Ironton),
  • online, or
  • at any self-service kiosk.

Kiosk locations:

  • Yawkey Unit Parking Lot
  • Portsmouth Campground
  • Portsmouth Boat Access
  • Miners Mountain Rally Center
  • Mahnomen Unit West, entrance off County Road 128
  • Sagamore Boat Access
  • Sagamore Trail Head

We HIGHLY RECOMMEND you purchase your permit IN ADVANCE to avoid congestion getting into the recreation area.

Be sure your permit is visible in your windshield when you park.

Your purchased permit helps maintain and improve the natural resources, facilities and education and outreach programs that make Minnesota's state parks among the best in the nation.


Course Maps

*Specific course elements are subject to change based on course conditions on race day and discretion of the race director and property owner.

Map for Marathon, Sport, Comp and Elite class

Crusher course for Marathon, Sport, Comp, Elite


Crusher course for Kids Comp, Citizen


Start/Lap/Finish

Start/Lap/Finish Area

Pre-Ride

Download or follow the course maps above for pre-riding PRIOR TO race day. (Note that courses will be taped-off only on race day and courses are NOT open for pre-riding on race day.)



Pre - Crusher Happy Hour

Join us for Pre-Crusher Happy Hour in Crosby at Cuyuna Brewing Company on Saturday August 20 from 4-8 pm.

  • Meet us in the parking lot between Cuyuna Brewing and Unity Bank for Volunteer packet pick up, t-shirt sales, live music by Amanda Standalone, pop up shops and $1 OFF specials for racers with proof of registration at Burritos California and Cuyuna Brewing.

 


Volunteer Sign-up

Volunteers are still needed for many different positions to help make the event a success. Large group help is an option for community groups, scout troop or sports teams. We can't host this event without volunteers, thank you in advance for signing up!

No experience with bike races? That's okay! We have lots of positions that require zero knowledge of the sport. Positions include trail stewards, first aid, floaters, water station, traffic support, parking and clean up crew.  

In exchange for your time, we'll be providing volunteers with a free T-shirt and/or refreshments during your shift! 

We appreciate your willingness to help with this great community event. 

 

Pre-Crusher Happy Hour 

Please join us for Pre-Crusher Happy Hour in Crosby at Cuyuna Brewing Company on Saturday August 20 from 4-8 pm.

Meet us in the parking lot between Cuyuna Brewing and Unity Bank for Volunteer packet pick up, t-shirt sales, live music by Amanda Standalone, pop up shops and $1 OFF specials for racers with proof of registration at Burritos California and Cuyuna Brewing.

 

Click below to view available volunteer spots, details and Sign Up:

 Click to View Volunteer Opportunities on SignUp.com

Please contact the Cuyuna Lakes Chamber 218-546-8131 or info@cuyunalakes.com for more information.


VENDOR SPACE AVAILABLE

Interested in Vendor Space?

The Cuyuna Crusher brings in over 500 racers, along with their families and friends.  This year we've decided to add in another opportunity for businesses to promote their organization and products.

This is the perfect opportunity to promote your business and sell merchandise to a crowd of over 500.

Chamber members and non-members are encouraged to contact the Chamber at 218-546-8131 or at info@cuyunalakes.com for details.

Register online as a Cuyuna Crusher Spotlight Vendor at: https://cuyunalakeschamber.growthzoneapp.com/ap/Events/Register/ep0Zny0L?sourceTypeId=Hub&mode=Attendee

 

Vendor registration open online until 8:00 pm on Saturday. 

*Please arrive to the Rec area by 8:00 am on Sunday to be set up no later than 8:30 am.

 



Local Lodging

IMPORTANT INFORMATION! YOU WILL WANT TO BOOK LODGING EARLY! 

There are two other large events happening in the area and lodging may be hard to come by, book early at any of the locations listed below!

Crusher Partners:

 

  • Hidden Jewell Bed & Breakfast - Ironton Contact 218-821-1393

 


Contact Information

Cuyuna Lakes Chamber/Promoter

218-546-8131 Office

info@cuyunalakes.com

www.cuyunalakes.com

Thank you to our 2022 Cuyuna Crusher Sponsors!

 We are grateful for your support!

Looking forward to another great race! 

Cuyuna Crusher Partners

Sponsored by Cuyuna Lakes Mt Bike CREW

Cuyuna Lakes Mt Bike CREW

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Led By Volunteers, The Trail Care Crew
Works Tirelessly On Improving The Flow And Conditions
Of The Cuyuna Lakes Mountain Bike Trails.

Riders from all over the world are flocking to the Cuyuna Lakes Mountain Bike Trails because of the variety of terrain, trails, and experiences.

From simple repair, to full re-building, to building new trail, the Trail Care Crew is making sure your ride on the red gold of Cuyuna is best you've ever had. Cuyuna Lakes Mountain Bike Crew makes giving back to the trails easy. Whatever time and skills you have are always appreciated.

Sponsored by City of Cuyuna

City of Cuyuna

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Strategically placed among the clear lakes and lush woodlands of central Minnesota, Cuyuna is among Minnesota's finest vacation destinations but it is also a wonderful place to call home or start a business. An area rich in history, Cuyuna was once a bustling center for iron ore mining. With the miners long gone, former excavation areas now sparkle with crystal clear water and deep-water trout. We now proudly host the beautiful 5,000 acre Cuyuna Country State Recreational Area and the Cuyuna Lakes State Trail system - each providing a wealth of activities from hiking to mountain biking.

Sponsored by Cuyuna Regional Medical Center

Cuyuna Regional Medical Center

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A community-built facility, Cuyuna Regional Medical Center serves approximately 30,000 people in the beautiful Brainerd Lakes area. Our experienced physicians and staff bring a progressive, “can-do” approach to rural healthcare, delivering a wide range high-quality services through one convenient continuum of care. Over the years, strategic local partnerships and strong community support have enabled CRMC to evolve into a state-of-the-art medical campus that offers an array of services to residents throughout the region. In addition to a critical-access hospital, CRMC manages three physician clinics and a senior living community consisting of a care center, assisted living and memory care.

Sponsored by Cykel

Cykel

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Cykel is a Cuyuna mountain bike shop located just blocks from the Cuyuna mountain bike trails area. Located at the base of the Ironton water tower. Cykel's bicycle shop offers bike sales, bike rental, and bike repairs as well as offering bicycle apparel and accessories in a variety of price points.

Cuyuna Miner's Mountain Sponsor

Sponsored by City of Crosby

City of Crosby

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Welcome to Crosby where small town friendliness and service are a tradition. Built around Serpent Lake  in the heart of Cuyuna Country, the Crosby area offers dozens of beautiful natural lakes and  Minnesota's newest lakes. Today, the mines have closed and are filled with crystal-clear water, and the hills of overburden are covered in poplar and spruce. More than half our city is located within the 5,000 acre Cuyuna  State Recreation Area, which has more than 24 miles of natural shoreline, seven miles of paved bike trail, and  nearly 25 miles of world-class, IMBA certified mountain bike trails.

Cuyuna Man High Sponsor

Sponsored by Unity Bank

Unity Bank

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Unity Bank is a family owned community bank with offices in Minnesota, Montana, and Wisconsin. With 16 locations, $565 million in assets, and 165 employees, Unity Bank continues to be an integral member of the communities we serve and is committed to providing a full range of products to meet our customer’s financial needs. 

 

Sponsored by Victual

Victual

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Knowing that more than 20% of the US population is lactose intolerant, Victual decided to create a hybrid specialty store that focuses on lactose-free or lactose-friendly Ice cream made in-store and cheeses from all over the world as well as carrying charcuterie, gourmet, gifts and spirits. Located on Main Street in Crosby.

 

Cuyuna Hopper Sponsor 

Sponsored by Anderson Brothers Construction

Anderson Brothers Construction

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Located on the edge of Brainerd, Anderson Brothers Construction is family owned and has been around since 1940. Today its primary market is a 75-mile radius from Brainerd. Services include earthwork, underground utility, aggregate mining and processing, asphalt paving and concrete. 

Bootcamp Sponsors

Sponsored by AutoSmith Service Group

AutoSmith Service Group

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Located in Ironton, AutoSmith Service Group offers many services from automotive repair to heavy equipment and truck repair. They are ASE certified in automotive and diesel and offer DOT inspection and service for fleets offsite. In addition, they offer 24/7 towing, recovery, and road-side service such as tire change, lock out service and fuel delivery.

Sponsored by Crosby Lofts

Crosby Lofts

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The eight guest rooms at Crosby Lofts are forged on Main Street on the top floor of a beautifully restored 120 year-old brick building with secure bike storage and easy access to mountain bike trails. On the ground floor you'll find great wood-fired and original pizzas at Raffertys. A remarkable inn that’s perfect for small groups, and a favorite of cyclists, paddlers, and visitors looking for a modest, yet elegant, Main Street Crosby lodging adventure.

Sponsored by Cuyuna Adventure Town U.S.A.

Cuyuna Adventure Town U.S.A.

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Welcome home. Welcome to Cuyuna Adventure Town USA®. Cuyuna.com is the lifestyle and outdoor brand of this human-powered outdoor recreation destination—purposefully set out to position our region as not only a top destination within the state, but the nation and the globe.

Sponsored by Minnesota T's Inc

Minnesota T's Inc

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Minnesota T's is a leading distributor of screen printed, embroidered, and promotional products in the Brainerd area. Established in 1992 owned and operated by Brad and Carol Carlson,  Minnesota T’s is located within the beautiful and historic downtown Brainerd. 

 

 

Sponsored by Oars-N-Mines

Oars-N-Mines

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Owners Dan Brown and his wife, Kathy Zupfer Brown, are long time residents and passionate about the Lakes Area. 

For summer, Oars-n-Mines offer high quality docks and boat lifts, bait, and open water tackle. Deer stands for fall. Ice houses, bait, and ice fishing tackle for when it gets cold outside.

Along with everything you need to get on the water, they also offer dock and lift repair, pontoon trailer rental, boat storage, and propane fill station. Oars-n-Mines has you covered all year ‘round.

Sponsored by Super One Foods

Super One Foods

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From Minnesota and Wisconsin, to stores throughout the upper peninsula of Michigan, Super One Foods wants you to shop with confidence, knowing that the quality and price you'll pay are a true value on every item. 

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Range Disposal

Business & Professional Services, Garbage Disposal Services

Mucker Mountain Sponsor

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City of Deerwood

The City of Deerwood Minnesota is situated among the lakes and hardwood forests of the Cuyuna Range.  It is noted for its heritage and rural charm. We invite you to see what Deerwood has to offer for your next vacation, business trip or new place to call home. There are also incentives to help with starting your business here. We look forward to seeing you.  Until then, we hope this site will answer your questions and give a snapshot of the City of Deerwood.

With a population of 526, the City of Deerwood is defined by a three square mile area with several lakes providing recreation and beauty. Deerwood’s city departments include the City Clerk/Administration, public works, police and fire. We have a playground, swimming beach, ball field, Depot picnic area and the Deerwood Auditorium. The historic auditorium’s exterior was recently renovated and the building is available to rent for your event. Call the clerk’s office to check on availability.

Formerly known as Withington (1871-1881), the area found it’s name being confused with Worthington in southern Minnesota. Since it was known for it’s whitetail deer population,  Deerwood was deemed an appropriate name for our community.  The post office was then established for the Village of Deerwood. With help from the Railroad Aid bill of 1857 and the Homestead Act of 1862, this area became enticing and accessible to those who wished to receive their 160 acres in return for living on and farming the land for five years. The closing cost of only $18 was an added incentive. The area boomed as the Northern Pacific Railroad forged through this area with an expansion from Carlton to Brainerd. The first depot was built in 1871. As more settlers arrived, the Village grew and gave birth to the Cuyuna Range. Cuyler Adams of Deerwood discovered the iron ore that started the mining boom. In 1909 the village petitioned to be recognized as an organized city.

On a record of business listings in 1913 there were over 100 businesses accommodating all the needs of the citizens. In early 1933, the local paper, the Deerwood Enterprise, began a public discussion on the need for a community building to exemplify the pride of the area citizens. In December 1934, Beriah MaGoffin Jr. donated all of the material from the old Meacham mine machine building to be used to construct the Deerwood Auditorium.  He also started a building fund with his $500 donation.  In 1935, construction began with the help of the WPA and local talent. The estimated amount of field stones needed was 800 tons which came from the grounds of what is now known as the Cuyuna Country Club. In 1936, work was completed offering a multi-purpose hall with balconies to seat 500.  It housed the village council chambers, kitchen, locker rooms,  library and the village fire apparatus. In 2010, the most recent renovations occurred. Those repairs allowed the building to retain its historic appearance.

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City of Ironton

The City of Ironton, Minnesota is in the midst of the Cuyuna Iron Range and was established in 1911. The rich history of mining manganese-rich iron ore is what the town was built on when immigrants from northern and southern Europe settled in the area looking for jobs in the mines. With the closing of mining operations in the area around the 1980’s, the community has since enjoyed the beautiful scenery that now is part of the Cuyuna Country State Recreation Area.

In a land full of lakes, the community has something extra special, being surrounded by mine lakes (former mine pits) that now make some of the most beautiful bodies of water around. They are a great attraction for swimmers and divers with crystal blue water and depths that are untouched since the old mining days. These lakes are also great for kayakers to paddle along the shores where you can catch glimpses of abandoned mining equipment, rail tracks, old buildings, and more. There are also some interesting finds that are visible in 10’-30’ of water while kayaking, canoeing, or boating so keep your eyes peeled! These mine lakes also are home to northerns, walleyes, bass, crappies, and sunfish, so be sure to grab your fishing pole. Many of the mines are stocked with trout each year, so don’t forget your trout stamp! The rugged country side also has created a perfect landscape for the Cuyuna Mountain Bike Trails which consists of more than 28 miles of single track red dirt trails with plans to expand over the next few years. These trails range from beginner to pro, so there is something for all stages of riders. If pavement is more your style, then the Cuyuna Lakes State Trail is wonderful for walking, running, or biking in one of the most peaceful settings around. Ironton is a great place to gain access to these attractions with the Cuyuna Country State Recreation Area right on the back doorstep.

Sponsored by Culligan Water Conditioning

Culligan Water Conditioning

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Culligan works to provide better water for their customers in their homes, offices, businesses and industrial facilities around the world. Offering complete line of water softeners, water filtration systems, commercial and industrial water treatment solutions, drinking water systems, whole-house filtration systems and bottled water delivery set the standard in the water treatment industry.

Culligan was established in 1936 as provider of water softening solutions for residences, and has since grown to becoming a worldwide leader in water treatment needs, from the simplest filtration system to complex industrial water solutions. You can count on your local Culligan Water Expert.

Sponsored by Cuyuna Brewing Company

Cuyuna Brewing Company

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Made on the Range in Crosby, MN! It’s not just about the beer. It’s about the people, the camaraderie, the community. It’s about sipping a beer steeped in Cuyuna’s industrial roots. It’s about embracing our world-renowned red dirt trails and deep-blue, crystal-clear mine lakes. Not only do we want our patrons to enjoy the beer, we want them to love and learn more about this place we call Cuyuna.

Sponsored by Deerwood Bank

Deerwood Bank

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Established in 1910 in Deerwood, MN Deerwood Bank helps residents in 12 locations throughout Minnesota from Mendota Heights to Grand Rapids and from St. Paul to Northome. The services that started in Deerwood are now available to thousands of Minnesotans. 

Sponsored by Deerwood Motel

Deerwood Motel

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Deerwood Motel has served the Brainerd, Crosby, and Bay Lake areas since 1954. Known as an economical, clean and comfortable destination for sportsman, seniors and area travelers.

The best known area lakes (Serpent Lake bordering Crosby-Deerwood, and Bay Lake) are located just minutes south of the Deerwood Motel. Close, yet far enough away from the frenzy you wish to leave behind. You are always welcome at the Deerwood Motel.

Sponsored by Deerwood Technologies

Deerwood Technologies

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With a depth and breadth of expertise in cybersecurity and regulatory compliance, we deploy a comprehensive approach to proactively protect our clients from increasingly advanced cyberthreats and complex regulatory requirements. We work as your IT department or with your existing internal IT team, so you can leverage our depth and breadth of expertise and get proactive, consistent, affordable and, reliable IT technology solutions from us, every time. 

Sponsored by Graphic Packaging International

Graphic Packaging International

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Graphic Packaging International is one of the largest manufacturers of paperboard and paper-based packaging for some of the world’s most recognized brands of food, beverage, foodservice, household, personal care and pet care products.

With over 130 facilities worldwide (one located right here in Crosby, MN) and a product portfolio that emphasizes renewable, recycled, and recyclable materials Graphic Packaging International is committed to protecting the environment and giving back to communities.

Sponsored by KK Advertising

KK Advertising

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KK lives by the code that less is more. A cluttered or complex design is far easier and faster to do, but you’ll lose viewers trying to decode what exactly your purpose, intention or call to action is. Simplicity requires more thought, planning, research and vision to deliver messages that are less diluted and a sign of honesty and transparency.

KK Advertising Inc. offers bold advertising, branding, digital and print solutions through strategy and teamwork for businesses of all sizes and industries. Grow your social media, improve your SEO, make your brand recognizable with a custom logo or targeted brand campaign. Looking for a specific solution to a problem? Just ask.

Sponsored by K & M Signs, Inc.

K & M Signs, Inc.

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K&M Signs, Inc. has been in business since 1990, providing a variety of different types of signs, vinyl lettering and graphics. Located in the Industrial Park area of Ironton. 


Crusher Spotlight Vendors

Sponsored by Cuyuna Adventure Town USA

Cuyuna Adventure Town USA

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Welcome to Cuyuna Adventure Town USA®, the destination brand of the Cuyuna (Minnesota) outdoor life.

 

Be sure to stop by their booth to learn more.

Sponsored by Cuyuna Lakes Mountain Bike Crew

Cuyuna Lakes Mountain Bike Crew

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Led By Volunteers, The Trail Care Crew
Works Tirelessly On Improving The Flow And Conditions Of The Cuyuna Lakes Mountain Bike Trails. They are the group responsible for making sure the trails are in tip top shape for race day!
 
Riders from all over the world are flocking to the Cuyuna Lakes Mountain Bike Trails because of the variety of terrain, trails, and experiences. From simple repair, to full re-building, to building new trail, the Trail Care Crew is making sure your ride on the red gold of Cuyuna is best you've ever had. Cuyuna Lakes Mountain Bike Crew makes giving back to the trails easy. Whatever time and skills you have are always appreciated.
 
For more information please visit their booth on race day.
Sponsored by Cuyuna Lakes Trail Association

Cuyuna Lakes Trail Association

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Connecting and strengthening Cuyuna Lakes communities since 2001, the Cuyuna Lakes Trail Association is a nonprofit advocacy group dedicated to the continued success of the Cuyuna Lakes State Trail.

 

Stop by their booth for more information.

Sponsored by Cuyuna Outfitters

Cuyuna Outfitters

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Outdoor sporting goods store with gear, apparel, equipment and rentals on Kayaks, Crystal Kayaks (Tandem), Paddleboards and even Inflatable Docks. 

Visit their booth for details.

Sponsored by Cykel

Cykel

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We are a Cuyuna mountain bike shop located just blocks from the Cuyuna mountain bike trails area. We are located at the base of the Ironton water tower. Our bicycle shop offers bike sales, bike rental, and bike repairs. We also offer bicycle apparel and accessories in a variety of price points. Stop in and visit us when you are in the Crosby area!

 

Stop by their booth to learn more.

KD's Kettle Corn

Offering freshly made Kettle Corn.


Be sure to stop by their food truck for some tasty treats.

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Toby's Concessions

Offering hot food such as:

Cheese curds, loaded french fries, beverages, candy and more. Accepts cash or credit.

Be sure to stop by their food truck for some hot tasty morsels.

Sponsored by SISU Massage and Apothecary LLC

SISU Massage and Apothecary LLC

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Be sure to stop by their booth to see what's in store for you during race day!

Sponsored by US WOK

US WOK

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Offering hot Asian food options such as:

Egg Rolls, Cheese Wontons, General Chicken, Chicken Fried Rice, Sweet and Sour Chicken, and beverages. Cash only.

 

Be sure to stop by their food truck for some delicious food.

Sponsored by Wing Wellness Medical Spa

Wing Wellness Medical Spa

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Nurse Practitioner owned medical spa East of Brainerd in quiet, rural community offering many services including massage, neurotoxins, dermal filler, chemical peels, facials, micro needling, laser therapies including body contouring, cellulite reduction, hair removal, skin pigmentation treatment, resurfacing, acne treatment, skin tightening, wrinkle reduction and more. IV therapy and yoga classes. Medical spa operated by provider with years of experience and the most up to date technology, offering unique setting in the country.  High quality services in a comfortable, safe environment. 

 

Be sure to stop by their booth to learn more about what's in store for you during race day!

Sponsored by Ya Sure Kombucha

Ya Sure Kombucha

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Refreshing. Different.

We have a little something for everybody. From Hopped to more traditional flavors, you'll be able to find something you like. If you've never tried Kombucha before, we have great flavors to introduce you the world of Kombucha! We also offer homemade Root Beer and Sparkling Sweet Tea. 


Be sure to stop by their beverage truck to get some of their tasty, Central Minnesota home crafted Kombucha!

Other Area Weekend Activities

Heritage Days Aug. 18-21

Heritage Days are  Thursday, Aug. 18 through Sunday, Aug. 21

Heritage Events Schedule

THURSDAY AUGUST 18th:

10 am to 2 pm - Cuyuna Lakes Parts City Customer Appreciation luncheon at 201 First St SW Crosby.

5-9 pm - Night to Unite -  Crosby Memorial Park - Free and open to public.

 

FRIDAY AUGUST 19th:

4:30 – 7:30 pm - Steak & Shrimp Dinner – Ironton American Legion – To order call 218-546-5975.

 

SATURDAY AUGUST 20th:

9 am - Free yoga on the beach - Crosby Beach (east of the Serpent Statue and boat landing at Crosby Memorial Park).

9-2 - Scottish Highland Heavy Games - By the Serpent @Crosby Memorial Park – Free Admission.

9-3 - Arts & Crafts Show - Crosby Memorial Park  - For Vendor information contact Lisa 218-232-5442 or lv3814@yahoo.com.

9-3 Food Vendors - Crosby Memorial Park.

 

9-4 Artisan Fair and Silent Auction - Soo Line Depot/Cuyuna Range History Museum. With music by Jamie Koop and Rick Koop. (Silent Auction will run 9-3).

10 am - Al Watson Chainsaw Artist - Crosby Memorial Park.

10-11:45 am Preschool JFK Dance Camp for all preschoolers 2 thru pre-k - Crosby Memorial Park – To register visit justforkix.com/danceclasses or contact Amy 218-820-5274  crosby_mn@justforkix.com.

10-1 - Children’s Festival - Crosby Memorial Park – To sponsor a game or craft contact Lori courier@crosbyironton.net.

10-3 - Car Show  - Fenced softball field at Crosby Memorial Park - Sign up starts at 9 am $10 car entry fee – For details contact Ron Martin Cuyuna Range Lions carshow@yahoo.com.

11-1 - Story Hour in the Park/Author Alley Meet & Greet - Crosby Memorial Park – Contact Abby 218-546-8005 or librarian@hallettlibrary.org.

1:00 pm - Preschool JFK Dance Performance for all preschoolers 2 thru pre-k - Crosby Memorial Park – For details call Amy 218-820-5274 or email crosby_mn@justforkix.com.

1:30 pm - Heartland Dancers & Gymnasts - Crosby Memorial Park Pavillion - Free to attend

 

Loon calling contest - Crosby Memorial Park - Sign up near the Pavillion day of - Free to participate, Cash prizes.

 

SUNDAY AUGUST 21st

9 am to Noon - Buffet Breakfast Scholarship Fundraiser – Ironton American Legion Auxiliary

 

 

40th Annual Lucas Oil NHRA Nationals - Brainerd International Raceway

40th Annual Lucas Oil NHRA Nationals at Brainerd International Raceway August 18-21

For details please visit:  https://www.birmn.com/nhra-nationals