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A TRULY UNIQUE ULTRA MARATHON ... THERE REALLY IS NO FINISH LINE! ... How long can you last?... FIELD LIMIT: 200 EVENT BASICS: Race Start Time 9:00 AM Race Date: May 4 - ? Start Location: Wasco County Fair and Rodeo Grounds (Hunt Park) Many will start, one will win. Last person standing! ABOUT: ALL […]Find out more »
Gather up some friends and join the inaugural 50k relay (2-5 runners) on a 5k out-and-back route on the mostly wide and flat Lake Hills Greenbelt trails, with only a few short stretches of pavement. There will be a Hangout Zone set aside in the parking lot for each team to set up a canopy, […]Find out more »
Join the BMO Vancouver Marathon and don’t look back – look everywhere. The mountains beckon, the ocean glistens, the electric Vancouver spectators energize each step you take. This is spectacular Vancouver – where the West Coast vibe is about activity, adventure and of course, running. SCHEDULE Thursday – Saturday Free Health, Sports & Lifestyle Expo […]Find out more »
Meet us each Sunday 8am at Cougar Mtn’s Sky Country Trailhead for fun on the trails. Runs are 8-14 miles in length and welcome to all skill levels. Occasionally we will start from other locations around the beautiful cascades; keep an eye on our Meetup page for each weekend’s location, and we hope to see […]Find out more »
Chuckanut Smash is continuing the tradition of Cascade Cross’s Spring Smash. We’ll be exploring the southern Chuckanuts. The high points of the day include the Samish Overlook on Blanchard Mountain and Alger Alp. The ride will be around 50 miles and include 4,000 feet of climbing. We will traveling over a variety of surfaces, so […]Find out more »
The Seattle Bike-n-Brews is an urban ride for those who appreciate city riding and quality Pacific Northwest microbrews. Pedal along the Duwamish and Green River Trails from Georgetown to Tukwila, taking in city views along the way, and return to the finish line party for cold brews and food. 27 or 37 miles The 27-mile […]Find out more »
The Lilac Bloomsday Run, also known as Bloomsday, is an annual timed road race in the northwest United States, held on the first Sunday of May since 1977 in Spokane, Washington. The course length is 12 km (7.456 mi). The run has had over 40,000 participants every year since 1986, and peaked 23 years ago […]Find out more »
Some decades ago Paul Thomasberg Jim Thornton and Petr Kakes designed a course that made racers cry after 50+ miles. Paul’s computer was miscalibrated by 40% and the first year PRO winner was out there for 4 1/2 hrs. The one who didn’t cry got lost. Actually, they may have cried too- we just don’t […]Find out more »
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