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Pole Pedal Paddle registration now open


The 41st annual U.S. Bank Pole Pedal Paddle online registration is now open. Just click to and all the information that you need to know is there! The event this year is May 20th.

The U.S. Bank Pole Pedal Paddle is a multi sport event that includes alpine and cross-country skiing, cycling, running and kayaking.

The race is produced and a benefit for the Mt. Bachelor Sports Education Foundation. Mt. Bachelor Sports Education Foundation creates opportunities through competitive snow sports programs to support athletes in achieving their individual athletic, academic, and personal goals.

This event is presented by U.S. Bank and sponsored by Les Schwab, Hasson Company Realtors, St. Charles Health System, Bend Anesthesiology Group, Five Talent, BigFoot Beverages, Mt. Bachelor, Bud Light, Desert Orthopedics, 92.9, The Bulletin, Old Mill District, Les Schwab Amphitheater, News Channel 21 and Fox Central Oregon.

The U.S. Bank Mini PPP is also now open for online registration. To register go to,, click on Events and then click on U.S. Bank Kid’s Mini PPP.

The U.S. Bank Mini Pole Pedal Paddle will take place in the Les Schwab Amphitheater, May 21, 2017. Teams of six participants each ranging in age from Kindergarten to 5th grade compete in a team challenge, followed by an obstacle course in the Les Schwab Amphitheater.

The event will start off with a fun team challenge, and then once the team challenge is completed, the team will all run together to the beginning of the obstacle course. The first person on the team to get to the obstacle course will get to go through it.

Once they are done, the next team member goes. So everyone on the team gets to do the obstacle course. The Hasson Company will finish the race with a medal ceremony for all teams after they are done.

The U.S. Bank Mini Pole Pedal Paddle is presented by Hasson Company Realtors, Bend Memorial Clinic Pediatrics and the Mt. Bachelor Sports Education Foundation.

Please contact Molly at MBSEF for more information at

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