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Maui2Molokai Race Update

Pai’lolo SUP Sports of the Maui2Molokai Standup Paddle Board Race is announcing the 2017 Maui SUP Cup with total Price Money of $12,000 tying together the Maui2Molokai SUP Race with the Poi Bowl Race. Maui2Molokai SUP Race Summer time is SUP Downwind race time on Maui. The Maui2Molokai SUP Race has been a traditional race for the past 7 years. The Pai’lolo Channel connecting with the Kalohi Channel is regarded as one of the best downwind race courses on the planet attracting...

Are you ready for the Maui2Molokai SUP Race

The count down to the summer downwind season is almost on and the team behind the scenes of the M2M are working hard to find support in the SUP industry and to assure the race this year will be a full success. Onit  PRO to support the M2M in 2017 "We are very happy to have Onit  PRO supporting our race this year. They will supply us with products and giveaways for our racers," sais Mike Jucker who is in charge of...

Maui2Molokai the Original Pailolo Downwind SUP Race

The Maui2Molokai started 7 years ago back in 2010 and established itself as the best downwinder on the planet. Traditionally this race always took place 2 weekends prior to the famous M2O SUP Race. This way paddlers have 2 weeks to recover from the 27 Mile Channel Race. In recent years the weekend after the M2M there was always a Maliko Race. This race date goes way back to when it was only a prone paddle board race more than 10...

M2M 2016 Wrap Up

The 2016 Maui2Molokai SUP Race was a success. Connor Baxter and Travis Grant showed a stellar performance over the 27 Mile race course. Local paddler Devin Blish on the Unlimited did the crossing in a great time followed by Terrene Black and Annabel Anderson on 14' Feet. We like to thank all our participants and sponsors who have made this race possible this year. We are particularly happy about the media coverage the race received over the past week: 22K people...

Official word from the organizers

Maui2Molokai – Hoe wa’a ikaika Stepping up to the next level We all know the Maui2Molokai SUP Downwind Race from Honolua Bay on Maui to Kaunakakai Harbor on Molokai. The 27 Mile Race course crosses the Pailolo Channel into the Kalohi Channel tracking Molokai’s south shore. This race course is regarded as the best downwinder on the planet. Now the race is under new/old ownership, as the founder of the race Rodney Kilborn (On Maui better known as Mr. Handsomebugga) has teamed up...