The Dirty Mitten Courses

Will you choose “The Shorty” or “The Long One”?

The Dirty Mitten will feature both Sprint(ish) -“The Shorty”, and Olympic(ish) – “The Long One”, distance triathlons along with duathlons and aquabikes for those of you who might not want to swim or run.

Your day starts on the shores of Lake Barlow with a one or two-loop swim. Transition is a short run away before heading out onto the beautiful gravel roads of Barry County, home of the Barry-Roubaix, one of the world’s preeminent gravel bike races. The sprint course will feature an out and back on Bowens Mill Road while the Olympic course will work its way south and east, exploring some of the best gravel roads Michigan has to offer. Once you’re back at camp, a quick change of your shoes and you’ll be off onto the trails of Camp Manitou-Lin for either a 5k or 10k.

The Shorty Course

*PLEASE NOTE: Courses may change as we get closer to race day.

Swim Course
(750m – 1 Loop)

Gravel Bike Course
(14 Miles)

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Trail Run Course
(5k – 1 Loop)

The Long One Course

*PLEASE NOTE: Courses may change as we get closer to race day.

Swim Course
(1500m – 2 Loops)

Gravel Bike Course
(34.05 Miles)

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Trail Run Course
(10k – 2 Loops)

For more information about competing in The Dirty Mitten Gravel Triathlon please contact us here.