What: 5K, 10K, 13.1, 26.2
Where: Reimers Ranch
When: 11 . 09 . 2019
Why: Benefits BoMF
Come on out and get one more race in before the holidays on the fastest course this side of the Mississippi! With rolling hills and wide trails, this is a great race for beginner trail runners and you speedsters alike!
Thank you for all you do! You risk your lives to make our lives and communities safer. We are happy to offer a 15% discount to Military, Police, EMS, and Fire. Please you the code "ThankYouMilitary" (case sensitive) When you register.
Picking up your packet at The Loop Running Supply Co is the best way to go. Packet pick ups can be busy on race morning, and we don't want anyone missing their race! The Loop is a local Austin running specialty shop off in downtown Austin. They have a wide variety of trail and road shoes, along with other necessary running gear! They will be offering 15% off to anyone picking up their race packets! They also can validate your parking in the garage next to the store. If you pick up your packet Friday, have your bib ready to show and get faster entrance to the park on race day.
This pristine parkland, open space and reserve land in western Travis County with almost 3 miles of continuous frontage along the Pedernales River is the largest parkland acquisition in the history of Travis County.
Rules / Lodging
Reimers Ranch is day use only. For lodging or camping please see nearby Sunset RV Resort.
Racer's park entry fee covered with registration
Visitors Entry Fee-$10/car cash only/ no credit card.
Race Start & Cutoff Times
*New 50K & 50k Relay: 6:30am (Route Details Coming by July 1)
Trail Marathon: 7:30am
Trail Half Marathon:8:00am
Cross Country 10K 8:30am
*New 2 Mile Run: 9:00am
Course Closes at 3:30pm
Marathon loop 1 must be complete by 11:00am, complete final aid station by 1:30pm. Marathon Pace = 18 min/mile
Half & Full Marathon
Single track (which has some technical spots in the first 2 miles. Then the terrain is a mix of double track trail and mixed use dirt path with rolling hills. Some portions are grassy while others are dirt. The last mile of the loop finishes on a crushed granite which is the least technical portion of the route. Aid stations at miles 2.7, 6.8, 13.5, 16.2, and 20.3.
Starts on the crushed granite trail and then connects to the mixed use trail which is all double track, and then finishes coming back in on the crushed granite trail. Team 10k runners (not a relay) will also be in the open category. To race as a team, use the usual registration link and sign up as a team captain. Team captains then share a registration link with their team of 4-6 members. Only the top 4 runners' places count, so in case someone has a tough race or can't finish you have a backup runner or two. Aid station at mile 2.
We are cup-less
We won't have water cups out on the table. Please bring a handheld bottle. We have a variety of energy gels at each aid station. We will have water and Tailwind electrolyte drink as well.
Parking is near the race start/finish line.
Marathon drop bags can be left at the start/finish line area aid station.
Post-race & Awards
Stick around after your race! Plenty of breakfast and lunch items available for purchase from Rays World taco Truck. Your park entrance includes yard games, swimming in the Pedernales River, and awesome rock climbing opportunities as well. All finishers of each race receive a finisher's award!
Age Group Winners M/F
Overall top 3
Masters (40-49) top 3
Above Masters (50 +) Top 3
10k XC Race also will include an overall team winner!
We will be donating 10% of proceeds to Back on My Feet Austin.
BoMF is a running program for the homeless in Austin, TX. We love how much BoMF does to combat long term homelessness in Austin in around the country. You will probably see some BoMF members and volunteers at the race. Please reach out to them if you are interested in volunteering or joining their morning runs. They are always looking for good folks to run with. BoMF is meant to be “a vehicle to show individuals they are capable of accomplishing anything.” However, the exercise regimen also shows homeless runners that these accomplishments are “not going to happen overnight – it takes hard work, dedication and perseverance.”