We are giving away a pair of registrations to Bridge to Brews to this April. Winner can choose for either the 8k or 10k race! To win, comment on this post why you’d like to attend. Winner will be drawn and emailed Monday, March 31.
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From our sponsors:
Bridge to Brews
April 6, 2014
$44-99 | All Ages
More info: terrapinevents.com
N Flint Ave & Russell St
Blending the unique features of running over the Fremont Bridge and an after-race party that focuses on the party, Bridge to Brews has risen to the top of local Portland running events. In 2014, we are excited to announce some cool changes that will continue to distance us apart from the pack! Here are a few of the things we have planned!
- Festival style event!
- Multiple beer vendors!
- Multiple food vendors!
- More music!
- Start / Finish moving to Lillis-Albina park
- All new courses (still going over the Fremont!)
- 7:30AM “DOORS OPEN”
- 8:25AM KID’S HALF MILER
- 8:40AM 8K / 10K WAVE ONE 8 MINUTES OR FASTER
- 8:45AM 8K / 10K WAVE TWO 8:01-10:00 MINUTES
- 8:50AM 8K / 10K WAVE THREE 10:01-12:00 MINUTES
- 9:00AM 8K / 10K WAVE FOUR 12:01 OR SLOWER
2014 REGULAR PRICING:
WEDNESDAY JANUARY 8TH UNTIL TUESDAY MARCH 25TH AT 11:59PM
$44 – 8k or 10k run/walk
$99 – 8k or 10k VIP Experience
$5 – Kid’s Half Miler (shirt not included)
2014 LAZY LARRY’S POOP ON MY PARADE PRICING
WED. MARCH 26TH, THROUGH RACE MORNING
(IF ENTRIES ARE STILL AVAILABLE)
*Shirt sizes and availability not guaranteed after March 25th at 11:59pm
$54 – 8k or 10k run/walk
$8 – Kid’s Half Miler
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