Updated plan: We are going to delay the race 2 weeks, until July 25th and plan on having it then. We’ll continue to monitor state-wide and local restrictions, but at a minimum, the steps we will take are as follows:
will open on July 2nd at 12:00 p.m.will be limited to 100 participants will be the only way to register (no race day sign ups)
A virtual option will be added to accommodate those uncomfortable attending in person or those who aren’t part of the first 100 registrants
Information on this will be added in a week or two if it’s determined to be viable.
Refreshments will likely not be provided, but race parking is at the finish, so bring your favorite post-race food/drinkResults will be based on net (chip start to chip finish) timeRunners will start in groups of 10 or less at intervals sufficient to space out on the courseWe hope to have T-shirts available for pick-up at the race, but if we can’t, we’ll send an email outAs in previous years, bib numbers will have disposable timing chips affixed to the back of them (do not remove this)The festival has been cancelled for this year, so the race is the only eventAt this time, face coverings will be required pre- and post- event should social distancing not be possible, in accordance with prevailing direction
Join us for the 7th anniversary of this summer-time classic. The rural and flat 5k route, a USAT&F certified course, starts and ends near the Ridgeway Volunteer Fire Department.
Late Registration and Packet Pick-up: As noted above, there will be no race-day registration and packet pickup will only be Saturday morning beginning at 6:30 a.m.
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Information about the event is available in : English