GENERAL INFO ABOUT THE BRIDGE TO BREWS.
You can skip all this and REGISTER
GET THE VIP EXPERIENCE!
VIP entry includes
- Entry into the event
- Special Long Sleeve Bridge to Brews commemorative shirt
- Private, fenced and covered area to hang out in before and
after the event
- Catered breakfast after event
- No waiting in lines for anything
- Private bathrooms
- Private water and energy drink
- Private clothing check
- Special Terrapin Events bag for clothing check (yours to keep)
- Private bar with micro brews and mimosas
- Commemorative pint glass for beer (yours to keep)
- Much more!
ABOUT THE KIDS EVENT:
The kids’ race is a non-timed 1/2 mile event for children of all
ages. The cost for this event is $5 without a t-shirt. Parents are welcomed
and encouraged to run or walk with their kids. There is no cost for
parents to run with kids. The kids event starts and finishes where all
the other events start and finish
AFTER RACE PARTY / LIVE MUSIC / FOOD / BEVERAGE:
In 2014, the after-race party will be more of a festival-style event. With our decision to move to Lilis-Albina park, there will be much more room to spread out and relax. This year look for many different micro brews on tap (root beer for those under 21), awesome food and local live music.
As usual there will be fruit / bread and other goodies from several of our great sponsors!
The after-race party is free for all to attend. However, only registered participants
will receive the goodies FREE at the party.
There is a clothing check at this event. We use organic
cotton bags for this instead of plastic bags and we re-use them for all of our events. Please
be sure to help keep costs down and return them to us. To protect your
belongings, only the person wearing the bib with the matching # will
be allowed to retrieve the belongings in the bag.
DOGS / PETS IN THE EVENT:
No dogs or pets are allowed in this event. However, service dogs
are permitted. If you would like to enter an event with your pup,
check out the Mt. Tabor
JOGGING STROLLERS IN THE EVENT:
Jogging strollers are permitted in this event. However, we ask
that you be respectful to the other participants and please start toward
IPODS / MP3 PLAYERS:
All of our events are music player friendly. However, please be aware
that you still need to be conscious of your surroundings which include
your fellow participants, emergency vehicles, and the random vehicle
that may be on the course.
HOW TO GET THERE / CARPOOL / PARKING / PUBLIC
Lilis Albina park is located at the corners of N. Flint and N. Russell St. in Portland
Oregon. There is very limited parking here! Please carpool or take Public transportation!
stops just a few blocks from the start / finish. Also, several bus lines have stops just blocks from the event. Please go to TriMet.org to find out the best Public transportation routes. You can go to our Help Us Be Green page to find links
to Portland Bike routes.
RACE TIMING / RESULTS:
This event is timed by AA sports using the "chip on the bib"
method of timing. When you receive your bib, your timing chip will already
be attached. You do not need to return your chip but in order to get
an accurate time your race bib MUST be worn on the front, outermost
layer of clothing.
We will post the results as fast as possible and we
continuously post the results as they are processed. You will
not show up in the results immediately after you cross the finish. Results
are typically posted near the band or the registration area. Results
will be posted online within 24 hours after the event. Just click
on the results link on any page. Any questions or changes regarding
race results can be directed to email@example.com.
AWARDS / CEREMONY:
The award ceremony will take place at approximately 10:20am. The award
ceremony will be for the top 3 male / female overall winners of each event and the
overall male / female master's winners of each event only.
The prizes for the age
group winners will be available to pick up next to the stage during
and after the award ceremony. There are age group awards for top 3 finishers in each
age category starting at 14 and under and going in groups of every five
years from age 15-80. (15-19, 20-24 etc).
For lodging, check out the Portland
Oregon Visitor's Association website.