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, to better enhance the after-race experience and allow us all to stretch out a bit, we have moved the party up the street to Lilis-Albina park. This year, we have also invited multiple breweries to come and share their wonderful brews with us! It is sure be a special year for this unique Portland event.
Read more info below or go directly to our registration
Lilis-Albina Park located at N. Flint ave and Russell in N.Portland
7:30AM "DOORS OPEN"
8:25AM KID'S HALF MILER
8:40AM 8K / 10K WAVE ONE 8 MINUTES OR FASTER
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
*Once again in 2014, the 10k and 8k will start together in 4 waves, utilizing a "release and hold" system.
Please make sure you line up behind the correct wave sign to ensure
everyone has a great event. Runners will be released in small groups (200-500) to allow participants to spread out and minimize congestion on the bridge.
IN-STORE AT THE NE FOOT TRAFFIC:
Friday, April 4th: 11am-7pm
Saturday, April 5th: 10am-3pm
DAY OF RACE AT THE EVENT: Starting at 7:30am
* We strongly recommend you attend the in-storet pick-up; lines on raceday can be long. We allow and encourage you to have friends / family members pick up your packet for you if you cannot attend the in-store packet pickup. Please make sure that if you pick up someone else's packet, they know you did so.
I REGISTERED? - Please
note that only online registrations will appear here until the week
of the event.
MORE RACE INFORMATION
Find out more about:
kids event, directions, clothing check, pets in the event, jogging strollers, MP3 players, race timing / results, awards and ceremony, the after race party by clicking the link above.
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