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"The Log Jam" debuts first 6 to 12 hour cycling race in Cloquet

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Created: May 21, 2022 11:18 PM

In major test of endurance, cyclists hit Cloquet's Pine Valley Park Trails to compete in the first-ever "The Log Jam" event on Saturday. 

Participants could ride either six or 12 hours around a five mile loop. The objective was to complete as many laps as possible during that time frame.

In the six hour category, Duluth's Lindsey Lee and Tom Miller won the two person event finishing 13 laps. Cloquet's Jeff Svedahl, on a team of four, won the group run finishing 11 laps. Todd McFadden of Duluth won the solo crown in 12 laps.

In the 12 hour event, Aiden Jurek won the solo title with 17 laps. The Granny Gear Grinders won the 3-6 person team division finishing 29 laps, and Nicollet Bike and Ski won the two person division completing 28 laps.

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