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An ultimate urban adventure race is coming to Bend. The very popular and eclectic race promises to bring people from all over the nation to participate in what organizers call the "Oyster Off Road Adventure Race." Merrell Oyster Races spokesman Jason Ornstein says this race will be similar to the huge urban races the produce with the targets a mystery: "The one that's coming to Bend on June 25th is comprised of 2-person teams, and you could have up to four people on a relay team. And once again, the teams don't know the course until they begin the race; they do know they they're going to be on foot and on bike and we do reserve the right to get them wet." Ornstein says they are looking for local teams to participate in the race.  He says like the PPP, many do it for fun, but some do it in all seriousness. But it's always a great party in the end. The race is June 25th. You can get more information at: www.oysterracingseries.com.

 

 

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