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Crush or be crushed.

The response to our inaugural year of The Crusher has been overwhelmingly positive, which is a bit unusual for us. People are usually looking for someone to blame when it comes to 906 Adventure Team events.

We’re looking forward to helping you crush your comfort zone in 2020 and the path to success begins today. Commit to crushing by registering today for one of our 5 events. We’ve got some new options under our sleeve including “The Corporate Crusher” a 3-person relay of co-workers to, Mother nature willing, an improved course that really takes you into the thick of it.

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It’s all about community.

906 Adventure Team is a 501c3 Non-Profit based in Marquette, Michigan. Since 2014 we have been creating outdoor adventure experiences for youth through Adventure Bike Club and events like Polar Roll, The Crusher, and Marji Gesick. Our take on life is pretty simple – it’s an adventure. In life (and adventure) stuff doesn’t always go to plan. Things go wrong. Bad things happen to good people and you don’t overcome it by complaining or pointing fingers. The truth is adversity brings out the best of us – by taking us down unknown paths to find it. 


906 Adventure Team uses revenue from the events to support trail organizations and create more youth Adventure Teams. 


The Marji Gesick will donate $27,000 to local trails this year, bringing total trail donations since 2015 to $216,000. 


In 2022, with the help of corporate partners, we invested $40,000 in youth programs for three new Adventure Team communities. Resilience, confidence, community, and a sense of belonging have never been more important than it is for kids today. Adventure Teams help them “find their people”, the way you feel like you’ve found yours at Marji. 


We want you to know when you support 906 Adventure Team and the events you’re making life better here in Marquette County and in communities across the Midwest.