The 2021 race calendar is now finished! Stay tuned for 2022

The Legends of Wells Bridge Race

Description: This year's race dedicated to Bob Zaveral! Make sure to race to get the shirt and start collecting them! All classes start at Wells Bridge (Zaveral’s factory), go upstream approximately 4.5 miles (to Pac Man’s house) and then back down to Wells Bridge.

Start Location: ZRE Parking lot, Wells Bridge, NY

End Location:  ZRE Parking lot, Wells Bridge, NY

Distance: 9 mi

Entry Fee:  Contact-less Race day registration, please bring accurate change $30 for amateur Classes, $40 for pro classes

Website: NA

Race Director: Bob Wisse 607-432-0045

Little River Ramble

Register Online


Start Location: Little River Boat Launch at the Park Street (CR 27) Bridge Canton NY

End Location:  Same as start

Distance: 2 and 6 miles

Entry Fee: Adults $25 - SLVP adult member $20 - School Age students $5 Wounded Warrior - Free


Race Director: Gene Newman

Middleburgh Sloughter Canoe/Kayak Regatta  CANCELLED

Register Online

Description: This race is slightly over 5 miles through the scenic Schoharie Valley.  Free T-shirts are given to early registrants.

Start Location: Fultonham Park-nRide

End Location:  Timothy Murphy Park, Middleburgh, NY

Distance: 5+ miles

Entry Fee: 


Race Director: Joan Wissert 585-610-6769

Wappingers Creek Water Derby

Register Online

Description: Race starts at Cady Recreation Park in Pleasant Valley, NY and ends at Greenvale Park in the Town of Poughkeepsie. No pro-boats allowed, but amateur cruisers OK in CC class

Start Location: Cady Recreation Park, Pleasant Valley, NY

End Location: Greenvale Park, Poughkeepsie, NY

Distance: 8 mi

Entry Fee: $5-20


Race Director: Mark 845-391-7700 or Bob 845-721-2605

NNYP Weekly Time Trials

Description: Mohawk River at Rexford, NY

Start Location: Aqueduct Boat Dock

End Location:  Same as start

Distance: 3.65 mi

Entry Fee: none


Race Director: Alec Davis 518-321-6820

Canton Canoe Weekend


Canton Canoe Weekend is one of the premier canoe race weekends in New York State! There are top-level competitions in solo and tandem racing canoes and kayaks. For 2021 we have shortened the pro and amateur race courses to 8 and 6 miles, respectively. The pro and amateur C-1/K-1 and C-2/K-2 races will be held on Saturday, May 1st. The C-1/K-1 race will be held on the Grasse and Little Rivers in the morning. The C-2/K-2 race will be held on the Grasse River in the afternoon. Cash prizes will be awarded to top finishers in the Pro race categories.


The Rushton Recreational Races of 1, 3, 5 and 8 miles will be held on Sunday, May 2nd on the Grasse River. These races are appropriate for all recreational paddlers.

We will not be holding the Joe Randi Rushton Relay Race this year because we cannot ensure adequate social distancing for the participants.

Start Location: Taylor Park, Canton, NY

End Location:  same as start

Distance: 1,3,5,8mi

Entry Fee: varies


Race Director: Gene Newman 

Round the Mountain Canoe and Kayak Race

Description: This event attracts solo, tandem and C-4 canoes, solo rec, touring and unlimited kayakers, guideboats and Voyageur canoes. The course is a scenic paddling adventure from Ampersand Bay on Lower Saranac Lake to the mouth of the Saranac River across from Bluff Island, down the Saranac River over 1 short carry around the Lower Locks, through Oseetah Lake to the Finish on Lake Flower into the paddler friendly village of Saranac Lake.

Start Location: Ampersand Bay Resort on Lower Saranac Lake.

End Location:  Lake Flower, Saranac Lake

Distance: 10.5 mi

Entry Fee: $30 Northern Forest Canoe Trail Members receive 15% discount

Website: ‘Round the Mountain Canoe and Kayak Race - Northern Forest Canoe Trail

Race Director: Jordanna Mallach

Ed Wessels Canoe Regatta

Description: Registration opens at 9am, races start at 10am.

Start Location: Wells Bridge river access, Wells Bridge, NY, located behind ZRE Zaveral Racing Equipment.

End Location:  Same as start

Distance: 18,14 mi

Entry Fee: 35 pro, 25 amature

Website: n/a

Race Director: Ed Curley 607-433-0333

SLVP 3rd Wednesday Duathlon Series

Description: Held on the third Wednesday of May, June, July and August on the Little River in Canton, NY adjacent to the campus of St. Lawrence University. The duathlon consists of a 1.25 mile run, a 1.25 mile paddle and is completed by another 1.25 mile run. The start and finish line is located near the Little River Boat Launch at the Park Street (CR 27) Bridge. Teams consisting of paddlers and runners, or solo participants are welcome. Race registration is free and opens at 5:30 p.m. The duathlons begin at 6:30 p.m. 

Start Location: Little River Boat Launch, Canton, NY

End Location:  Same as start

Distance: 1.25mi paddle, 1.25mi run

Entry Fee: 


Race Director: 

General Clinton Canoe Regatta

Race Event VIRTUAL


This year’s 70-mile race will be a virtual one.
We have exhausted all other options. In the best interest of public safety and Covid restrictions set forth by NY state, this year’s race will be a virtual one.

Here is how it will work: You will have anytime from Friday morning, May 28 till Monday evening, May 31 to continuously complete the 70-mile course. You must start in Otsego Lake and finish in Bainbridge. You will have to provide your own GPS tracker. You will need to present to race committee your GPS proof of finish and adherence to course. Once you present your GPS proof you will be mailed a finishers T shirt and get an official 70-mile finish. Entry fee will be $30 per person which covers insurance and t-shirt. There will be no awards, no winners, no times, just a finish. Entries will open for Virtual 70 May 1. You must pre-register to get credit for an official finish.

We will also be still having the Generation Gap races. They will be pre-race entry only. There will be no entry day of race this year to reduce the congregation of crowds. More details will follow concerning this.

We also will be having the scout races in a limited attendance. More details to follow.

There will be no activities at General Clinton Park this year due to the NYS Covid restrictions.

We look forward to an amazing race in 2022.


Start Location: Brookwood Point, Otsego, NY

End Location:  General Clinton Park, Bainbridge, NY

Distance: 5mi - 70 mi

Entry Fee: Varies


Race Director:

Feeder Canal Canoe and Kayak Race

POSTPONED. SEE for more information


Description: The race begins at the Feeder Dam, end of Richardson St. in Queensbury, NY and finishes at the Martindale Boat Basin in Hudson Falls for a total of just about 5 miles.  It is a paddle in the Glens Falls Feeder Canal so it is flat water with just a little current going with the paddlers.  End of race prizes, awards, and picnic for participants and visitors.

Pre-register by mail or on line or register on the day of the race no later than 9am.

Start Location: Richardson St. Queensbury, NY

End Location: Martindale Boat Basin, Hudson Falls, NY

Distance: 5mi

Entry Fee: Donation of $20 Single/$25 Tandem


Race Director: Jeanne Williams 518-225-1310

The Wild Goose Chase

Description: A 9 mile and 5 mile (recreational) race on the Housatonic River in Lenox, Ma. for canoes, kayaks and SUPs.  The race is out and back and has everything a good racing river should have-lots of turns, narrow sections, shallow and deep water.  Lots of categories and prizes and lunch for everyone following the race!

Start Location: Decker Boat Launch on New Lenox Rd, Lenox, MA

End Location:  Same as start

Distance: 9mi, 5mi

Entry Fee: $15 includes przes and lunch

Website: NA

Race Director: Patty - 

Madrid Canoe Regatta

Madrid Canoe Regatta - Pre-registration required, see Race Website.- 

2021 Dates: Saturday & Sunday. June 12th & 13th

Race Descriptions

  • Madrid Mile is a one mile C-1 Pro sprint race.

  • C-1 Pro course is 9 miles including a 1/4 mile portage around the Madrid dam.

  • Saturday Amateur Marathon course is 9 miles and includes a 1/4 mile portage around the Madrid dam.

  • Saturday Recreation Race course is 3 miles starting above the Madrid dam, circling an island at 1.5 miles, and then returning to the start/finish line.

  • C-2 Pro course is 16 miles and includes a 1/4 mile portage around the Madrid dam.

  • Sunday Amateur Marathon course is 13 miles and includes a 1/4 mile portage around the Madrid dam.

  • Sunday Recreation Race course is 6 miles starting above the Madrid dam, passing an island at 1.5 miles, turning around a buoy at 3 miles and within site of Bucks Bridge, and then returning to the start/finish line.

The Madrid Canoe Regatta is a series of races held annually over two days in early June on the Grasse River at Madrid Municipal Park, Madrid, NY.  The weekend includes recreational races of three and six miles, amateur canoe and kayak races of nine and 13 miles, as well as pro races. The pro races include a one mile sprint race and nine and 16 mile marathon races. Amateur and pro marathon races include a 1/4 mile portage around the Madrid dam. Camping is available on-site free of charge. Following the Saturday races a spaghetti dinner is available on-site at the Madrid Community Center.

Race Details

Registration and race headquarters are located at Madrid Municipal Park, 1835 NY-345, Madrid, NY.

Saturday Race Start Times

  • Registration begins - 9:00 a.m.

  • The Madrid Mile C-1 Sprint Race (1 mile) - 11:00 a.m.

  • C-1 Pro Race (9 miles) - 11:30 a.m. 

  • Saturday Amateur Marathon (9 miles) - 11:30 a.m.

    • Any boat  (e.g. C-1, C-2, C-4, K-1, K-2)

  • Saturday Recreation Race (3 miles) - 11:45 a.m.

    • Solo Canoe​ - Men & Women

    • Tandem Canoe - Men, Women, Mixed, Adult/Youth, Adult/Junior, Junior, Unlimited

    • War Canoe & C-4

  • Saturday Awards Ceremony​

    • Following last race​

Sunday Race Start Times

  • Registration begins - 8:00 a.m.

  • C-2 Pro Race (16 miles) - 10:00 a.m.

  • Sunday Amateur Marathon (13 miles) - 10:00 a.m.

    • Any boat (e.g. C-1, C-2, C-4, K-1 K-2) 

  • Sunday Recreation Race (6 miles) - 10:30 a.m.

    • Solo Canoe - Men & Women

    • Kayak - Men & Women

    • Tandem Canoe - Men & Women, Mixed, Adult/Youth, Adult/Junior, Junior, Unlimited​

  • Sunday Awards Ceremony

    • Following last race

Registration Fees

  • Pro paddlers $35

  • Adults $25

  • SLVP Member $20

  • Student $5

  • Wounded Warrior $Free

  • Weekend rate: 1st race regular fee, 2nd race $10

Donald Patneaude Memorial Towpath Regatta

The Towpath Regatta is a free, family-fun event sponsored by Schenectady Wintersports Club and Northern New York Paddlers. It is a one-way paddling event open to all types of human-powered boats.

Date: Thursday, June 17, 2021

Location: Race starts at Gateway Landing Park, Schenectady, NY (on the SCCC access road) and ends in Aqueduct Park, Niskayuna, NY (just before the Rexford Bridge) - REQUIRES VEHICLE SHUTTLING, or paddle back to start

Course: approx. 4.5-mile downstream course

Entry fee: FREE

Check-in: 5:30-6:15 pm

First start: 6:30 pm

It is expected that participants/spectators adhere to current CDC guidelines for masks and physical distancing.

Questions: Geoff Moore 518-331-2761 or

Armond Bassett Canoe & Kayak Race





Description: 6 mi pro C1 race first, followed by the other races.  Loop course on the Genesee river.  

T-shirts to the first 75. Awards and food available after the race

Start Location: Genesee Waterways Center 149 Elmwood Ave., Rochester, NY 14611

End Location:  Same as start

Distance: 10 mi, 6mi C1-pro, 3 mi fun race

Entry Fee: Pro $40, Ameteur $25, 16 & under $10


Race Director: Tim Henning (585)738-8410 

                        Kevin Berl (585)733-4043

Tupper Lake 8-Miler

Date:  Saturday June 26

The Tupper Lake 8-Miler is back for 2021 but with a few changes to comply with COVID-19 restrictions. Registration will be online and will extend until Friday 8 PM on June 25. The race itself will be on Saturday 26 June. There will be no post race BBQ, no prizes, and neither will there be an award ceremony. This means that there will also be no awards, but we will make the results of the race available on a notice board as quickly as possible. There will be T-shirts for the first 60 registrants: medium, large and extra-large. Two days before the race you will have to fill out a COVID-19 health questionnaire for the race organizers to be in compliance with New York State requirements. This will be sent to registrants shortly before race day. All proceeds from the race will benefit the Heart Center at Adirondack Medical Center.


Location: Race starts at the Town of Tupper Lake Boat Launch on Lake Simon Road and goes up to the Route 30 bridge and then goes up the Raquette River to the Oxbow and returns to the Boat Launch.


Distance: 8 miles.


Entry Fee: $15. T-shirts for the first 60 registrants!

Start: 11 AM. Check-in from 9:30-10:30 AM

Classes: All New York Paddlesports Racing Association (NYPRA) canoe and kayak classes as well as classes for Stand Up Paddle Boards (SUPs).

Race Questions: Roger at or 518-354-8377

All registration must be done online. No day-of registration!


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Celebrate Paddling Invitational

The Celebrate Paddling Invitational is the culmination of Celebrate Paddling month in the Adirondacks, held this year on Sunday, June 27, at Riverfront Park in downtown Saranac Lake. This family-friendly paddling event has something for everyone, including races for all ages and abilities, boat demos from local Adirondack outfitters and information from boat builders — there’s also a chance to buy or sell your used boat or paddling gear.

Location: Riverfront Park, Saranac Lake, NY

​SUNDAY, JUNE 27, 2021 AT 10 AM EDT – 3 PM EDT

Electric City Regatta

Date: July 10, 2021

Location: Race starts and ends in the Erie Canal Lock 9 park (west side of lock) in Glenville, NY.

Course: 12-mile course runs from Lock 9 to Lock 10 and back. 3-mile recreational race also available.

Entry fee: $20 (payable by check made out to Electric City Regatta or exact cash) to be paid day of race.

Check-in & payment: 8:30-9:45am

First start: 10:00am

THERE WILL BE NO PICNIC THIS YEAR in compliance with current CDC guidelines for physical distancing.

Questions: Ed Greiner or 518-421-2947
or Kim Greiner or 518-421-2939

Barge Chaser Canoe and Kayak Race

Date: July 11, 2021

Location: Race starts and ends in Kiwanis Park on Rte. 5S in Rotterdam Junction, NY (between Schenectady and Amsterdam).

Course: 10-mile marathon course or 3-mile recreational course. Both courses are loops out and back (no portage).

Entry fee: $10 (payable by check made out to Linda Cooley or exact cash) to be paid day of race.

Check-in & payment: 9:00-9:45am

First start: 10:00am

THERE WILL BE NO PICNIC THIS YEAR in compliance with current CDC guidelines for physical distancing.

Questions: Linda or Bob Cooley at 518-393-9201 or

Remington I (Frederic Remington/Rip Friot Memorial)

Frederic Remington/Rip Friot Memorial
Ogdensburg International Seaway Festival Canoe Race
Saturday, July 24, 2021
Race Details
Pre-registration is required and will close Friday, July 23rd at 5:00 p.m. Launch is located at the Heuvelton Boat Launch off Lisbon St./Horseshoe Rd. in Heuvelton, NY.
  • Check-in begins at 8:30 a.m.
Two buoys will mark both the start and finish lines.
Race Start Times
  • First line: 9:30 a.m.
  • Second line: 10:00 a.m.
Race Finish is 12:30 p.m. at the boat launch, river left, under the Lafayette Street bridge in Ogdensburg.
Portable toilets will be available at the start and finish launch and landing sites.
Results will be posted following the race at: and on the SLVP Facebook page.
Race Entry Fees:
  • $20 solo canoe, kayak or SUP
  • $35 tandem canoe or kayak
  • $50 C-4 canoe
Exact change or check payable to Ogdensburg International Seaway Festival is due on race day. 

The Frederic Remington/Rip Friot Memorial (Rem I) is a 10 mile downstream race on the Oswegatchie River from Heuvelton to Ogdensburg, NY. The course is flatwater, however there is one shallow water section by Eel Weir State Park and one short portage around the Eel Weir Dam at the six mile mark.  SLVP is proud to be a co-sponsor of this race in 2021 with the Ogdensburg International Seaway Festival.

BluMouLA-BuFuRa (The BML Bouy Race)

BluMouLA-BuFuRa, the Prettiest Darn Race in America, offers 14, 7, and 1.5 mile courses amid spectacular scenery. Our 14-mile, race proceeds through the three lakes of the Eckford Chain to a buoy-turn in Lake Utowana, returns through Eagle Lake and turns left to follow the shores and bays of Blue Mountain Lake clockwise the long way back to town. The seven-miler is the clockwise loop alone, no easy race either. The hotly competed 1.5 mile course circles the nearest island and returns.

With top-notch competition on pristine water circled by mountains with open, often windswept, bays, narrow channels, and so many tight buoy turns, you will be challenged.

Start/Finish Location: Blue Mountain Lake Town Beach

PRE-REGISTRATION HIGHLY ENCOURAGED - Save $10 over signing up on race day- register online and bring exact cash or a check to "BMLA". Or, save another $5 by prepaying through PayPal, and save yet another $5 if you prepay and your boat has a NYPRA number.

MANDTORY BOAT INSPECTION for aquatic invasive species- all boats must be inspected prior to launching. A sticker will be placed on the left stern of boats that pass. Boats that fail and need cleaning can be taken to the Lake Durant boat wash two miles away or you can stop at a boat wash station on the way. Boats launched without a sticker will be ineligible to race. The only exception is boats resident on the Eckford Chain (Blue, Eagle, and Utowana Lakes) and which arrive by water.

Race Day Schedule:
8:30-9:45 MANDTORY boat inspection
9:00-9:45 check-in outside the fire station across from beach for race day payments, number pickup, and BluMouLA-BuFuRa racing hats (while they last)
10:00 captains' meeting
10:30 mass start for 14 and 7 mile races
10:32 mass start for 1.5 mile race
2:15 awards/prize table

Boat Types: canoes and kayaks per NYPRA classes & specs, plus stand up paddleboards, guideboats, rowing shells and the all-inclusive "other"

Age/Gender Categories: all NYPRA categories

Entry Fees: $45 on race day without pre-registration. $20 for 17&under. If preregistered, $35 on race day with exact change or a check payable to "BMLA", or $15 for pre-17&under. Prepay through PayPal and get another $5 off. If your boat has a current NYPRA race number and you prepay take yet another $5 off.


Paypal link:

Race Director: Aims "Andy" Coney -

USCA Nationals


The Warren County Chamber of Business and Industry has been a big part in the local paddling community for many years. WCCBI is associated with the Pennsylvania Association of Canoeing and Kayaking (PACK) and the United States Canoe Association (USCA).

Order of Events:

August 12th – Youth Sprint and Adult/Youth Sprint Championships, Youth Marathon Championships; Chapman Lake

August 13th – Marathon Championships; Allegheny River from Kinzua Tailwaters Boat Ramp to Betts Park

August 14th – Marathon Championships; Allegheny River from Kinzua Tailwaters Boat Ramp to Betts Park

August 15th – Marathon Championships; Allegheny River from Kinzua Tailwaters Boat Ramp to Betts Park

Start Location:  Warren, PA


Cranberry Lake Canoe/Kayak Race

Introducing our first Cranberry Lake Canoe/Kayak Race to be held on Saturday August 7, 2021. We are excited to join the ‘race circuit’ and provide an opportunity for young and ‘less-young’, local and competing racers far ‘n wide to enjoy the beauty of our lake. 


The Race Course: starts in front of the Clifton Town Beach in the hamlet of Cranberry Lake, NY. Access to the water can be done via the beach and the docks at the HUB (white church building).


Race distances:

·  5.4 miles from the start line head south on lake, stay right of Birch Island, go around a buoy and circle back on the opposite side of Birch Island back to a buoy finish. 

·  1.5 miles from the start line head south on lake go around Matilda Island from the right side, around the a buoy and circle back to a buoy finish.

Parking: is available behind the Community Center, on side roads; but we advise avoiding parking on Rt 3 for safety. 


Check-in 8:30 to 9:30 at the beach, payment with exact change if haven’t pre-paid with check. Sign waiver/release of liability form. Pick up boat #, race course map, and shirt. Boat inspection for size and safety requirements. Please register a boat’s participants together/same registration form. Any participant under age 18 must have a parent or legal guardian signature on the registration form as well as the waiver/release of liability to be signed in person on the day of the race.


Start times 10:00 and every 10 or 15 minutes (will be determined by class and # of competitors).


Finish Line: Paddlers times will be recorded as cross between buoys in front of Beach and announced/posted.


As a USCA sanctioned race, the safety requirements must be met, to include: 

·  PFD sized to participant US Coast Guard approved.

·  Whistle per each boat

·  Hand bailer per sit-in boat

·  Inspection

Wells Bridge Race

Date: August 21, 2021

Start times: 10 am, 12 pm, 1 pm.

Distances: 9 miles, 1 mile, 6 miles.

Location: All races start and end at Zaveral Racing Equipment parking lot, Wells Bridge NY.

Directions: Google Maps Link -

Course Description: 10 am race (all NYPRA classes) start at Wells Bridge, go upstream 4.5 miles, turn the buoy counter clockwise, head back downstream and finish at Wells Bridge. Youth race (any boat) start at Wells Bridge, go upstream half a mile, turn and finish at the bridge. 1 pm race (C1 Only) start at Wells Bridge, go upstream 3 miles, turn the buoy counter clockwise, finish at Wells Bridge.

1 mile youth race will be held at approximately 12pm. Registration is free, all youth or adult/youth teams are welcome. All boats are welcome.

C1 Only race is open to all paddlers, and for those paddlers and their partners who raced together in C2 in the 10 am race, a special award for those who complete both races will be given out. Both C2 partners must compete in C1 to be eligible.

Entre Fee: $25, plus $5 for C1 race. Youth race is free. Please bring exact cash or check payable to Phoebe Reese.

T-shirts will be given out pre-race, and awards and food after the 1pm race.

Race Website: or search "Wells Bridge Race"

Questions: Race Director -

Remington II

Start Date: Saturday 9.4.2021

Starting in Rensselaer Falls and ending above the dam in Heuvelton, NY. 

Start Location:  West Front Street, Rensselaer Falls, NY

End Location:  Above the dam in Heuvelton, NY

Distance: 6mi

Entry Fee: $25 adults, $20 SLVP members, $5 student, FREE wounded warriors


Race Director: Allen Kelly

The Remington II is a 6 mile downstream race on the Oswegatchie River from Rensselaer Falls to Heuvelton, NY. The course is primarily flatwater, however there are two short sets of Class I rapids which may be run or portaged depending on the water level.  Following the awards ceremony many paddlers choose to paddle back to the starting line.


The start line goes at 10 am.  Waiver and payment accepted Saturday morning, please follow the registration link to insure a t-shirt.

 Photos and prior years results on the web at:


Adirondack Canoe Classic “The 90 Miler” 

The Adirondack Canoe Classic — known as the 90-Miler — is an Adirondack tradition dating back over three decades. The annual event, which takes place over three days in September, takes paddlers from Old Forge, NY, to Saranac Lake, NY, the first 90 miles of the Northern Forest Canoe Trail.

In early 2020, the NFCT announced that it would acquire the 90-Miler, and other events and activities traditionally managed by the Adirondack Watershed Alliance, by the launch of the 2021 paddling season. The NFCT will run these events in 2021, with support from the AWA and its founders, Brian and Grace McDonnell. Other events include the ‘Round the Mountain, Celebrate Paddling Invitational and the Long Lake Long Boat Regatta.

This year’s 90-Miler will take place Sept. 10-12. Registration is online July 1-July 15; register here.

NFCT will host the 90-Miler with guidance and permits from state and local officials, in accordance with all New York State COVID protocols.

The Josh Billings Triathlon

Registration for the 45th Josh is OPEN! 

This year we have The Josh and the new 2021 Virtual Josh as a fund-raiser for the Berkshire United Way and the Berkshire Humane Society.  Go to the online registration page and click on the link for the Virtual Josh Registration

Due to ongoing Covid concerns with young children who have not been vaccinated, the Kid’s Race will NOT happen this year but will be back for 2022.

The 44th Virtual Josh 2020 was hugely successful with 512 people participating!  You all have raised over $20,000 that will go to the Berkshire United Way and the Berkshire Humane Society!  THANK YOU!!

The Josh:  Sunday, September 19, 2021

Bike Leg:  27 miles from Great Barrington to Stockbridge Bowl

Paddle Leg:  5 mile canoe/kayak/SUP around Stockbridge Bowl

Run Leg:  6 mile run around the lake and finish down the main gate of Tanglewood in Lenox

The Bash at Tanglewood:  Live band–Everything Else performing The British Invasion Experience, vendors, Josh awards

Please be respectful of Camp Mah-Kee-Nac and do not enter while training for the Josh during the summer.

Packet Pickup is on Saturday from 12-4:30 at the Arcadian Shop. 

Iron man clinic is at 2pm at the Arcadian Shop in the café.

Any changes to your team can be made on Saturday at the packet pickup.

  • Registration is open on or you can download an entry from our website.

  • Instagram…Use #joshbillingstri and send us your Josh photos!

  • Clinic dates for 2021 will be posted soon for paddling, running and biking-go to the page on ‘Clinics” to find dates and times.

  • NEW-The Virtual 2021 Josh!  The Josh is collaborating with the Berkshire Humane Society so you can do the Josh and raise funds for a great local animal shelter.  The Josh will continue to support the Berkshire United Way, but your team can bike, paddle and run to earn much needed funds for the Berkshire Humane Society.  “Each year Berkshire Humane Society takes in over a thousand animals who have nowhere else to go. No matter their age, temperament, medical condition, or breed, we turn no animal away, and we place 100% of our adoptable animals into new loving homes. From humane education to low-cost spaying and neutering programs, we also provide a variety of programs and services that promote the welfare of all animals and their people.”   Click on the Berkshire Humane Society link on the Josh web page for more information.

  • For updates, news,  photos, more videos of the Josh races, ‘friend’ the Josh Billings page on Facebook or follow us on Instagram (joshbillingstri)-This is the best way to get Josh updates.

  • Here’s a video of the Josh bike route. Thanks to Kevin Mitts for posting the video.

Long Lake Long Boat Regatta

Saturday September 25, 2021, Long Lake Long Boat Regatta
The Northern Forest Canoe Trail will close out the 2021 Adirondack race series by partnering with Long Lake Recreation and Tourism to host a number of events– The North American Voyageur Canoe Championships, The Adirondack Kayak Championship and the Northeastern College Cup race for coed (2 male & 2 female) C-4 Stock teams on a 10 mile figure of 8 course.  We welcome all NYPRA classes and an Anything Goes Category.  Lots of fun in Long Lake! BBQ hosted by the Long Lake Lions.  Registration Time: 9:30-10:30 AM on the front porch of the Adirondack Hotel, Long Lake NY.  Start Time on the town beach at 11 AM.

Seneca Monster

Race Date: October 10, 2021


Date: Sunday, October 10, 2021

    • Location: Oak Island, Waterloo, NY 13165

    • Distance: 10 miles. No carries.

    • Registration: On-site registration 9AM-10AM.

    • Start: Paddler's meeting 10:30AM. First Wave starts at 11AM

    • Entry Fee: $20

    • Classes: Most standard NYPRA classes .

    • Course Type: 90% flat water. Includes 1 mile foray into the sometimes formidable Seneca Lake.