***Special Notice***

Due to the need for social distancing surrounding the COVID-19 situation, many of the events listed on our calendar have been canceled or had the dates changed. We are not currently taking down events as we haven’t received any definitives from most event organizers. WE RECOMMEND that you contact the race director or organizer before registering for any event in the next couple of months. We will attempt to keep you informed as we get more information. Thanks.

Our calendar of events lists outdoor participatory sports throughout Arkansas. Feel free to search through the categories or tags. There is a lot happening so make your plans today. Please remember, these are not our events but a listing of Arkansas events that we share through Arkansas Outside.

 

Jul
17
Fri
Eureka Springs Multisport Festival @ Eureka Springs Area
Jul 17 – Jul 19 all-day
DESCRIPTION

WHAT IS THE EUREKA SPRINGS MULTISPORT FESTIVAL?
A three-day multisport festival consisting of a sprint-distance triathlon on Friday afternoon, Gran Fondos (road bike rides) on Saturday morning and running races on Sunday.  Participants can enter individual events or take one of two “Eurekan” challenges.

WHAT IS “THE EUREKAN”?
The name not only is the moniker of the event, but also refers to participants who complete the ultimate challenge! Any participant who enters the “Full Eurekan” who can complete the triathlon, 100 mile ride and 10K run will be known as “The Eurekan”! There is also a Half Eurekan competition which is the triathlon, 62 mile bike ride and 5K run.

EVENT HIGHLIGHTS

The triathlon is located on Holiday Island, just a few minutes from downtown Eureka Springs. The finish line for the biking and running events are the same place each day which is located in the heart of Eureka Springs on historic Main Street in front of the Eureka Springs City Courthouse.

Jul
18
Sat
Mountain Bike Skills Camp at Northwoods @ Northwoods Trails
Jul 18 @ 8:00 am – Jul 19 @ 4:00 pm

“Ground Control 1” will be covered Saturday, and “Ground Control 2” will be covered Sunday. Both are described here: https://www.singletrackskills.bike/camp-descriptions/ It is likely that the “drops” curriculum will be traded out for basic “jumps” during “Ground Control 2” because of the jumps at Northwoods. Please let me know if you have any questions!

Aug
7
Fri
Bentonville Bike Fest @ Lawrence Plaza
Aug 7 – Aug 9 all-day

Dates have changed to August 7-9!

Following the success of last year’s event, Bentonville Bike Fest has expanded and will be held on May 1st from 2 pm to 8 pm; May 2nd from 9 am to 6 pm; May 3rd from 10 am to 5 pm. The Bentonville Bike Fest was developed for all bike enthusiasts and will once again coincide with the Bentonville Film Festival in downtown Bentonville.

Bentonville-Bike-Fest

Exciting events and workshops for men, women, and kids include—

               Women Shred

               All-American Race

               Van Dessel Gravel Ride

               Pedal to the Medal Enduro

               Hit the trails with Anneke Beerten

               Bike Skills workshop with Perrine Devahive & Janine Jungfels

               Sports and Pre & Post Natal workshop with Katrina Stand

               Performance Nutrition workshop with Sofia Marin

               Kids Shred Powered by Buddy Pegs Learn to Ride

               Style It Up workshop with Nico Vink

Sep
12
Sat
Whitney’s Race @ Chafee Crossing
Sep 12 @ 3:00 pm – 6:00 pm

Whitney’s Race is not just Whitney’s race. It is a race against time for those yet to be afflicted with pancreatic cancer, the most deadly cancer. It is Time To Cure™ pancreatic cancer. Whitney’s Time To Cure™ has passed. Whitney Marsh perished at age 41, November 1, 2018, ten months after diagnosis with pancreatic cancer. Five-year survival from pancreatic cancer stands at 5-7% showing little to no improvement in survival in the past 50 years despite vast medical advances across almost all other cancers. Researchers estimate Pancreatic cancer will be the number one cancer killer by 2030. Diagnosis is often late begetting the need for local medical practitioner education as well as research for improved diagnostic testing and imaging. Once a diagnosis of pancreatic cancer has been made treatment usually involves chemotherapy with or without radiation therapy followed by curative intent surgery followed by more chemotherapy.

Whitney was scheduled for surgery, but the day before surgery a CT scan showed cancer had spread. She died within 4 months of the CT scan while re-starting chemotherapy and running 8-10 miles or biking 30-40 miles per day. Even the super-healthy are no match. Better pre-operative treatment options are the future. Whitney’s Race will fund the Whitney Marsh Foundation Inc for local education and national research for Pancreatic Cancer. Approximately 30% of the proceeds will be apportioned locally and the remainder with well respected national cancer research institutes such as MD Anderson. Whitney’s Race is a race against time. It is Time To Cure™ pancreatic cancer.

Whitney’s Race day at Fort Chaffee will be a great day of running, racing, eating, and music. Race for your best time and afterward hang out for a great time. Bring yourself and friends to race. It is a day for family and friends who run or not. If you don’t want to race come anyway. If you can’t come consider a donation anytime.

Sep
13
Sun
Arvest Dirty Fondo 2020 @ Marlsgate Plantation
Sep 13 @ 8:00 am – 2:00 pm
Arvest Dirty Fondo 2020 @ Marlsgate Plantation | Scott | Arkansas | United States

Gravel like you own it…

Recycle Bikes for Kids announces the third annual ARVEST DiRTY FONDO will take place on Sunday, May 17 at Historic Marlsgate in Scott, Arkansas.  This is a gravel grinder on farm roads in Lonoke County.

Coffee on the Veranda at 8:00 am.

Cannon Start at 9:00 AM

Beer Garden opens at 11:00 am.

Lunch served between 11:30 am and 1:30 pm.

There are 2 routes this year:

CDI Contractors Route-48 miles

Big Barn Route-26 miles (Out and back to Big Barn Rest Stop)

The Big Barn Rest Stop is at mile 13 on both routes.  There are rubber Gravel Ducks at each rest stop, so be sure and grab one.  They are numbered and select door prizes will be numbered at the finish line.  If your number matches one of the prizes, it’s yours!

There will be plenty of RB4K Dirty Fondo beer, (brewed exclusively for this event by Flyway Brewing brewmaster Nathan Greubel) at this stop.

The FIS Treasure Chest Rest Stop is located somewhere on the 48-mile route, but the location is a secret.  Look for the Pirate Flag to help you locate the treasure chest and check inside for refreshments and/or any available prizes.

Our friends at Flyway Brewing are sponsoring a new gravel bike for one lucky rider.  By being one of the riders who register and pay the registration fee, you could win an Ultegra equipped gravel bike, sized to the winner in your choice of color, and offered by Arkansas Cycling and Fitness bicycle shop.

E-Bike Ride Raffle-Win a chance to ride an E-Bike during the Dirty Fondo provided by one of the participating local bike stores.  You have to be registered to ride the E-Bike.  Or hand off the winning ticket to a friend so they can enjoy the gravel experience with you.  Your friend can then register, if they haven’t already, and head to the LBS to be set up on one of the hottest trends in cycling.  Currently, there are 6 E-Bikes available for raffle winners to pick from. The raffle drawing will take place Friday, May 8 at 6:00 pm.

Flyway Brewing will be hosting Packet Pickup on Friday, May 15 from 11:30 am to 6:00 pm, so drop by their Argenta location at 314 Maple Street, North Little Rock and grab some swag, a beer and have lunch or dinner.

Registration for the Arvest Dirty Fondo assures Recycle Bikes for Kids will continue their mission of giving free bicycles to kids and providing adults a chance to Earn-A-Bike by volunteering.

DeGray Lake Duathlon, Aquabike, Open Water Swim @ Degray Lake Spillway Area
Sep 13 @ 8:00 am

One of the original multisport festivals in Arkansas…the 2020 DeGray Lake Triathlon will feature three triathlon distances (olympic, sprint and super sprint), a duathlon (sprint), aquabike (olympic) and an open water swim (olympic). There will be a team category for the olympic triathlon.

DeGray Lake is a reservoir on the Caddo River in Arkansas. This beautiful lake and surrounding Ouachita mountains near Hot Springs and Little Rock is an Arkansas resort state park.

Olympic Triathlon: 1,500 meter swim, 42 kilometer bike, 10 kilometer run.  Individuals and teams.
Sprint Triathlon: 500 yard swim, 13.5 mile bike, 5K run.  Individuals only
Super Sprint Triathlon: 225 yard swim, 6 mile bike, 2 mile run.  Individuals only
Sprint Duathlon: Run 1: 2 miles, Bike: 13.5 miles  Run 2:  3.1 miles
Aquabike (swim and bike only): 1,500 meter swim, 42 kilometer bike.  Individuals only
Open Water Swim: 1,500 meter swim

Race Venue Information:

DeGray Lake, Arkadelphia, AR
2.5 miles North on Hwy 7 from Interstate 30, exit 78.  Turn left onto Skyline Drive.
Spillway Trail Head (The Spillway Dam Area) is rougly 8/10ths of a mile west of the intersection of Skyline Dr and Hwy 7.
Google map coordinates – https://goo.gl/maps/Uz7c5ZuonT9pucF18
Entry Fees Priced With A T-Shirt
Entry Fees are priced with a ringspun cotton t-shirt , but a participant has the option to select no t-shirt and SAVE $5 or upgrade fabric to a full sublimated technical wicking fabric shirt for $15. Shirt size not guaranteed after April 15. If a shirt is ordered and the size is not available then a refund will be issued at packet pickup.

PACKET PICKUP / ONSITE REGISTRATION

All participants MUST pick up their own packets.  No one else may pick up an athlete’s packet.
Both a valid PHOTO ID and a current USAT MEMBERSHIP license are required.
NOTE: cell phone and internet connectivity may be spotty please either bring a hard copy of USAT membership or take a screenshot on your phone before leaving home.
Saturday, September 12
Packet Pickup and Onsite Registration will be from 4 – 7 pm at the Spillway Dam Recreation Area. Google map coordinates – https://goo.gl/maps/Uz7c5ZuonT9pucF18 Look for the registration tent and flags.  There is NO RACE DAY REGISTRATION, but you may register online until midnight September 12.  Chips will be issued on Race Day ONLY

Sunday, September 13 – RACE DAY PACKET PICKUP ONLY
All events: Packets may be picked up on race day from 6 – 7:30 am at Spillway Dam Recreation Area.  Look for the registration tent and flags. Chips will be issued at Body Marking, next to Transition. There is no race-day registration.
Race Schedule
SCHEDULE (Overall)

6:00 am – Transition Opens
6:00 am – Packet Pickup Begins
7:30 am – Mandatory pre-race meeting with USAT official
7:40 am – Payer and National Anthem
7:55 am – Final access to Oly distance transition area
8:00 am – Open Water Swim
8:00 am – First Wave (Olympic distance only) – Individual Males 39 & under
8:04 am – Second Wave (Olympic distance only) – Individual Males 40 & over
8:08 am – Third Wave (Olympic distance only) – Individual Females, all Juniors, team swimmers & Aquabike
8:10 am – Final access for Sprint/Super-Sprint distance transition area
8:10 am – Duathlon starts
8:10 am – First Wave (Sprint distance) staging begins
8:15 am – First Wave (Sprint) begins – Males 39 & under
8:18 am – Second Wave (Sprint) – Males 40 & over
8:21 am – Third Wave (Sprint) – all Females, all Juniors
8:25 am – Super-Sprint – all participants
9:15 am – Food to be served
10:30 am – Giveaway prizes (all participants will be in the drawing)
Awards (dependent upon category) – 9:30 am to 11:30 am.

Race T-Shirt Fabric Options and Styles:

NO Shirt Option – Save $5
Ringspun Cotton T-shirt (NO CHARGE) – 100% cotton unisex sizing.
Fully Sublimated Technical T-shirt ($15 upgrade fee) – A true moisture wicking-fabric shirt that has been engineered to keep you dry while you exercise. There are plenty of polyester shirts out there, but this one is the real deal. Both men and women specific sizing.  Example can be viewed HERE.

DeGray Lake Triathlon @ Degray Lake Spillway Area
Sep 13 @ 8:00 am

One of the original multisport festivals in Arkansas…the 2020 DeGray Lake Triathlon will feature three triathlon distances (olympic, sprint and super sprint), a duathlon (sprint), aquabike (olympic) and an open water swim (olympic). There will be a team category for the olympic triathlon.

DeGray Lake is a reservoir on the Caddo River in Arkansas. This beautiful lake and surrounding Ouachita mountains near Hot Springs and Little Rock is an Arkansas resort state park.

Olympic Triathlon: 1,500 meter swim, 42 kilometer bike, 10 kilometer run.  Individuals and teams.
Sprint Triathlon: 500 yard swim, 13.5 mile bike, 5K run.  Individuals only
Super Sprint Triathlon: 225 yard swim, 6 mile bike, 2 mile run.  Individuals only
Sprint Duathlon: Run 1: 2 miles, Bike: 13.5 miles  Run 2:  3.1 miles
Aquabike (swim and bike only): 1,500 meter swim, 42 kilometer bike.  Individuals only
Open Water Swim: 1,500 meter swim

Race Venue Information:

DeGray Lake, Arkadelphia, AR
2.5 miles North on Hwy 7 from Interstate 30, exit 78.  Turn left onto Skyline Drive.
Spillway Trail Head (The Spillway Dam Area) is rougly 8/10ths of a mile west of the intersection of Skyline Dr and Hwy 7.
Google map coordinates – https://goo.gl/maps/Uz7c5ZuonT9pucF18
Entry Fees Priced With A T-Shirt
Entry Fees are priced with a ringspun cotton t-shirt , but a participant has the option to select no t-shirt and SAVE $5 or upgrade fabric to a full sublimated technical wicking fabric shirt for $15. Shirt size not guaranteed after April 15. If a shirt is ordered and the size is not available then a refund will be issued at packet pickup.

PACKET PICKUP / ONSITE REGISTRATION

All participants MUST pick up their own packets.  No one else may pick up an athlete’s packet.
Both a valid PHOTO ID and a current USAT MEMBERSHIP license are required.
NOTE: cell phone and internet connectivity may be spotty please either bring a hard copy of USAT membership or take a screenshot on your phone before leaving home.
Saturday, September 12
Packet Pickup and Onsite Registration will be from 4 – 7 pm at the Spillway Dam Recreation Area. Google map coordinates – https://goo.gl/maps/Uz7c5ZuonT9pucF18 Look for the registration tent and flags.  There is NO RACE DAY REGISTRATION, but you may register online until midnight September 12.  Chips will be issued on Race Day ONLY

Sunday, September 13 – RACE DAY PACKET PICKUP ONLY
All events: Packets may be picked up on race day from 6 – 7:30 am at Spillway Dam Recreation Area.  Look for the registration tent and flags. Chips will be issued at Body Marking, next to Transition. There is no race-day registration.
Race Schedule
SCHEDULE (Overall)

6:00 am – Transition Opens
6:00 am – Packet Pickup Begins
7:30 am – Mandatory pre-race meeting with USAT official
7:40 am – Payer and National Anthem
7:55 am – Final access to Oly distance transition area
8:00 am – Open Water Swim
8:00 am – First Wave (Olympic distance only) – Individual Males 39 & under
8:04 am – Second Wave (Olympic distance only) – Individual Males 40 & over
8:08 am – Third Wave (Olympic distance only) – Individual Females, all Juniors, team swimmers & Aquabike
8:10 am – Final access for Sprint/Super-Sprint distance transition area
8:10 am – Duathlon starts
8:10 am – First Wave (Sprint distance) staging begins
8:15 am – First Wave (Sprint) begins – Males 39 & under
8:18 am – Second Wave (Sprint) – Males 40 & over
8:21 am – Third Wave (Sprint) – all Females, all Juniors
8:25 am – Super-Sprint – all participants
9:15 am – Food to be served
10:30 am – Giveaway prizes (all participants will be in the drawing)
Awards (dependent upon category) – 9:30 am to 11:30 am.

Race T-Shirt Fabric Options and Styles:

NO Shirt Option – Save $5
Ringspun Cotton T-shirt (NO CHARGE) – 100% cotton unisex sizing.
Fully Sublimated Technical T-shirt ($15 upgrade fee) – A true moisture wicking-fabric shirt that has been engineered to keep you dry while you exercise. There are plenty of polyester shirts out there, but this one is the real deal. Both men and women specific sizing.  Example can be viewed HERE.

Oct
11
Sun
Joe Weber Arky 100 @ Joe Weber Arky 100
Oct 11 @ 8:30 am – 4:00 pm
Joe Weber Arky 100 @ Joe Weber Arky 100 | Sheridan | Arkansas | United States

Joe Weber Arky 100 has four ride options: 25, 50, 62, and the famed 100 mile course. All routes are on low traffic roads through Grant and Dallas Counties. We have long sleeve tech shirts with the new Broadway Bridge. Sheridan is at the intersection of US 270 and 167, 31 miles south of Little Rock. The Community Center is on Hwy 46 S, 1 mile southwest of town. . (follow signs for the Community Center at 1511 S. Rose St. or Grant County Museum just before it.) From LR or Pine Bluff, you can take the new 167 bypass and exit at Hwy. 46 and go east, back toward town about 1 mile.

Bicycle helmets are required. The ride begins at 8:30 a.m. (new this year). All long riders must start by 8:45 a.m Twenty-fiver milers are welcome to start by 9:00 a.m. The course closes at 3:30 p.m. with riders on their own afterwards.

Ride services will include SAG vehicles, stocked rest stops and emergency services through the morning.

After the Ride:

Burgers, hot dogs, beverages at the Pavilion and showers in the Community Center are available. You do not have to be a member of Arkansas Bicycle Club to ride, but can add a membership with the ride registration if you wish.

Oct
16
Fri
Tour De Hoot @ McGehee, Arkansas
Oct 16 – Oct 18 all-day
Tour De Hoot @ McGehee, Arkansas | McGehee | Arkansas | United States

DIRTY HOOT GRAVEL GRINDER ADDED THIS YEAR ON SUNDAY.  Road ride on Saturday and Gravel Grinder on Sunday!!

For anyone who has done this ride in the past few years, the routes are basically the same and will be well marked.  The rest stops are great and well stocked with all kinds of treats and don’t forget the tillar stop for you long riders that there will be popsicles and salty snacks.  For those who are seeking to ride a sub-five hour century this year, this is your chance to do so on a totally flat course.  One bridge over the Arkansas River, a viaduct over a railroad track and up the Mississippi River Levee is the extent of climing.

The short route and metric route are peppered with beautiful Spring Delta Scenes.  It is our sincerest hope that all who ride Tour De Hoot have a safe and totally fun day!!  There will be indoor and outdoor camping available, as well as showers after the event.

All proceeds from this event directly support the Boys and Girls Club of McGehee, AR.  The club serves between 110 – 130 children per day during the school year and between 75 – 100 per day during the summer.  The Boys and Girls Club of McGehee offers turoring programs to help members with homework as well as after school snack programs and a summer feeding program to provide kids with hot and healthy meals during the summer.  Through educational programs, community outreach, sports and athletic activities, and feeding programs, The Boys and Girls Club of McGehee reaches well over 800 youth annually.

Oct
17
Sat
2020 Survivors’ Challenge Run @ Arvest Bank
Oct 17 @ 8:00 am – 11:00 am
2020 Survivors' Challenge Run @ Arvest Bank | Fort Smith | Arkansas | United States

Tie your shoelaces, Step Up to the Start Line and Run or Walk for Cancer!

Fort Smith, AR – Come join us Saturday, October 17, 2020, as hundreds of Runners and Walkers gather to raise money to help our neighbors impacted by cancer! We are excited that every dollar raised provides financial support for cancer patients, survivors, and their caregivers through the Donald W. Reynolds Cancer Support House.

Survivors’ Challenge offers a 10K Run 5K Run or Walk, a Celebration Walk and a Kids’ Fun Run. You can also enjoy some delicious coffee and local cuisine from the most popular food truck vendors, shop from local shops and visit with area companies and clubs. From health products to home décor – and all to raise money to support those with a Cancer diagnosis!

The Survivors’ Challenge USTAF certified course runs through some of the most scenic residential streets in our city. Community volunteers and safety officers are stationed along the route to cheer, entertain, and offer a refreshing drink of water. Winners Medals and healthy refreshments will await participants at the finish line!!

WHEN: Saturday, October 17, 2020 – Race Starts at 8:00 a.m.
WHERE: Arvest Bank, 5000 Rogers Ave, Fort Smith, AR
WHY: The Cancer Support House is completely privately funded which is why fundraising events are so important! All funds raised help to provide free programs and services so that no cancer patient, survivor, or a family member has to face the cancer journey alone.

This event raises funds to provide financial assistance for thousands of cancer survivors and their families, right here in our community! Survivors’ Challenge is a long-standing community favorite and is a Celebration of Life to honor those with any type of cancer and also honors the memory of so many loved ones lost to this disease.

Call for Vendors! Local businesses, artisans, health care enthusiasts, children’s groups, churches, nonprofits, and more, ask about a vendor booth! Survivors’ Challenge is the largest event of its kind in our area and is a fantastic opportunity to show your support of Cancer Survivors in our community while also showcasing your business.

Seeking Volunteers! There are many fun volunteer opportunities available to suit your schedule. This is a great opportunity for student groups, civic groups, church groups, etc. to invest a few hours of your time to benefit cancer survivors in our community.

Sponsors Needed! The 29th Annual Survivors’ Challenge offers sponsors a valuable marketing opportunity to reach a broad audience through local print and social media. There are opportunities for every budget. Check out the sponsorship packages or let us know how we can work together to come up with something that works for you. In addition to monetary donations, we are always looking for in-kind partners including media, food and beverage, event supplies and signage.

Since 1978 the Cancer Support House has offered a diverse range of services, from providing nutritional supplements, wigs, bras, and breast prostheses, to assisting with treatment transportation, cancer medication costs, free counseling services, and cancer screenings. No reimbursement is received from Medicare, Medicaid or an insurance company, nor is the client charged for services provided. All funds raised remain entirely in Fort Smith and go to provide immediate support to cancer patients.

For sponsorship opportunities, register as a participant, volunteer to help, or for more information, http://reynoldscancersupporthouse.org or 479.424.1812. or Susan Steffans: Natalie@reynoldscancersupporthouse.org

Company: Cancer Support Foundation

Event Director – Susan Steffens, email Natalie@reynoldscancersupporthouse.org Phone: 479-424-1812

Oct
24
Sat
The Big Sugar NWA Gravel @ Bentonville Square
Oct 24 all-day
The Big Sugar  NWA Gravel @ Bentonville Square

Ride The Highs & Hollows in Northwest Arkansas

Be a part of Life Time’s inaugural event in the remote and rugged highlands of the Ozark Mountains on October 24, 2020. The Big Sugar offers 2 race distances, a collaboration with Outerbike, and thousands of feet of climbing in the world’s newest cycling mecca – Bentonville, Arkansas.

Registration opens Friday, November 15th!

Both the 100-mile and 50-mile course will be loops consisting of picturesque, rarely-maintained, canopy-covered gravel roads. On these sweeping, curvy descents you’ll find the loose, rocky gravel tends to chatter you across the road. In the bottoms of a lot of these valleys and hollows, you’ll find water crossings and bridges. On the switch-back style climbs, the rock proves technical and slow.

The never-ending hills and technical level of the roads will have you really appreciating the few pavement sections out there. Expect this to be one of the most challenging gravel courses in the country, but also one of the most beautiful and rewarding.

Oct
31
Sat
Goblin Run 5K @ Downtown Activity Center
Oct 31 @ 7:30 am – 12:30 pm

Goblin Run 5K

Register

Join Bentonville Parks & Recreation for the 3rd race of the Run Bentonville Race Series: The Goblin Run! Costumes are encouraged for this spooooky race around town. Special awards to the best costumes!

Distance: 5k and Kids Fun Run

When: October 31 at 7:30am. Kids Fun Run to follow

Where: Downtown Activity Center (215 SW A St.) Bentonville, AR

Cost: $25 for 5k/ Free for Fun Run

COURSE MAP 

Did you miss registration? We can get you registered in person at packet pick-up!

Packet Pick-up will take place at the Downtown Activity Center (215 SW A St.) on Thursday, October 29th from 8am-8pm and Friday, October 30th from 8:00am-4:30pm.

Race the Base
Oct 31 @ 9:00 am – 12:00 pm
Race the Base

Event Summary:
Race The Base Trail Run is a 4 mile Trail Run with a mixture of paved trail, gravel road, and technical singletrack. We’ll have technical t-shirts this year!


Event Details for Race The Base Trail Run :

Race parking and the start line will be in Stuckey Field directly west of HWY 300 at Barrett Road. The start is directly across Hwy 300 from Pinnacle Mountain State Park day-use area 9420 Hwy 300, Roland, AR 72135. Start time for Race the Base is 9 a.m.

Course: The course begins on gravel and dirt road for approximately .5 mi, switches to a paved trail for .75 mi and the remaining 2.75 miles is technical single track with a little surprise thrown in.

Awards will be 3 deep for:

Overall M/F, under 19 M/F, 20-29 M/F, 30-39 M/F, 40-49 M/F, 50-59 M/F and 60+ M/F

Race fee is $30.00 before midnight 10-30-20

Race Day if available registration is $35

T-Shirts for Race The Base Trail Run: Long Sleeve Technical T-shirts guaranteed to pre-registered runners. A limited number of shirts will be available for other runners registering on race day on a first-come, first-served basis.

Watch our Facebook page for updates, news, fun stuff.

It’s BACK! The Kingfisher Kids Run is back!

We’ll have a free kids run on the 1/2 mile paved Kingfisher Trail at approximately 10:45 a.m. depending on awards timing for Race the Base. No fee, no-frills, just good fun with the kiddos. All ages under 12 welcome including stroller kids. Parents are welcomed to run/walk with their kids, too. Take a minute to sign the kids up online on the same page as the Race the Base, just so we know you’re coming. Kids Run is sponsored by Corina Jordan at Pixel Properties Realty

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