Snake River Canoe Race
Sponsored by the Snake
River Canoe Club. The course is 25 kilometers down the Snake River from the
Hinckley Road Bridge (Kanabec County Road 3) to the landing in Mora below
the Kanabec History Center. The race is held on the first Saturday in May.
Call Rita Sundberg at (320)679-4748.
Mora Bike Tour
This event is a tour, not
a race, and offers options of 25 and 50 miles along picturesque country
roads. The start and finish are at the Vasaloppet
Nordic Center. Food and water stops an
a sag wagon are available. the tour is held on the
third Saturday in September. Call Debbie Morrison (320)679-9195 or Mark
Mora Half Marathon
This road race is along a
13.1 mile course which begins and ends in downtown Mora. The run, mostly
through a rural setting, is held on the third Saturday in August. Call
Randy Ulseth at 612-390-2602
Mora Vasaloppet Cross Country
Cross country skiers are offered challenges on 58km, 42km classic, and 35km trails.
All three races begin north of Warman, split onto
separate trails, and then join again just before the finish in downtown
Mora. The Vasaloppet is held on the second Sunday
in February. 1-800-368-6672.
In addition to the awards given in each event, the Mora Classic
Committee awards a handsome Mora Classic Medal to anyone who completes all
four events in the same annual cycle, beginning with any
Please note: Only the 50 mile version of the bike event and only the 35
km, 42 km or 58 km Vasaloppet races count toward
completion of the Mora Classic Series.
Registration and a $10 fee is required for
the Mora Classic. Important: be sure your name appears on the results
lists showing that you completed each event.
A bronze medal is awarded the first and second time an individual completes
the series. Silver medals are awarded for the third through seventh
completions, and gold medals thereafter.
For more information, email email@example.com
or write to The Mora Classic, PO Box 71, Mora, Mn 55051.
Race | Half- Marathon | Bike Tour | Vasaloppet
© 2002 Mora Classic Series
Designed by Ron Troolin