BATTLE BORN TRAIL SERIES: MULTI-HOUR EVENT
This is a unique event that lets you decide how long you would like to run (or walk!) in the time allotted. Pick your time: 1 Hour/3 Hour/6 Hour and run for any distance. Challenge yourself to as many miles as possible or take your time with breaks and enjoy the miles as you go. The loop course is a beautiful one mile, flat dirt trail that traverse’s through one of the oldest and scenic parks in Northern Nevada.
DATE: 2021 Date TBD
LOCATION: Bartley Ranch Regional Park
(6000 Bartley Ranch Road, Reno, NV)
STAGING AREA: Flying B Pavilion
6 Hour: 7am
3 Hour: 8am
1 Hour: 9am
3/27 | TBD
3/28 | 5:15-8:45am | Race Start- Bartley Ranch
Facebook Event Page
Updated as of 3/16/20
Cancelled due to COVID-19 outbreak.
INCLUDED IN REGISTRATION!
- UNIQUE FINISHER MEDAL
-TIMED RACE EVENT
-FREE DOWNLOADABLE RACE PHOTOS
-POST RACE BEER (Provided by Brewer's Cabinet)
COURSE & AID STATIONS
This figure 8 loop course in Bartley Ranch Regional Park is a fast, flat, packed dirt one-mile trail. The scenic mile includes, views of the mountains and occasional wildlife including eagles, rabbits, squirrels, and maybe an occasional horse or two.
One large “party!” aid station will be fully stocked with traditional runner food, sandwiches, chips, cookies, pretzels as well as breakfast burritos and pizza through the day. Tailwind Nutrition will be the electrolyte drink as well as an assortment of soda and sparking water.
water, Tailwind electrolyte drink, chips, pretzels, bananas, fruit, cookies, pb&j
Overall Miles Completed
Top male/female in each time slot (1HR, 3HR, 6HR)
RACE STAGING DETAILS
The race staging area has a huge grassy area where runners can set up chairs and personal items for the race.
There is also a covered gazebo filled with tables and runners will be able to have their own area!
HONOR -- Fallen Men and Women of the United States Military
HEAL -- The visible and invisible wounds of war
CONNECT -- Active duty Military, Veterans, Civilians and Surviving families through endurance sports and fitness.
Memories of Honor gives the endurance/race community a tangible way to thank and give back to the families that lost loved ones while serving our Military.
We will have bibs at packet pickup for each runner to run in the memory of a fallen soldier.