A 50 mile race from Galt, CA to Isleton, CA and back again. Very flat road race through wine and farm country. It's a nighttime race! Bring your reflective vests and headlamps!
50 mi - None
Pacers are welcome after 35 miles.
Fully-stocked aid stations every 7-10 miles. You can expect fresh fruit, salty snacks, assorted candy, boiled potatoes & salt, water, and Clif Shot Electrolyte sports drink. If you would like to be sure that you have Clif product, SaltStick capsules, or any other specific item at the event, you should carry it with you. Additionally, it is highly recommended that runners carry at least 20 oz. of water between aid stations. It's in JULY. It will be hot! Expect early evening temperatures to be 90-100 degrees and then it will drop down to around 60 degrees as it gets deeper into the night.
We use state-of-the-art bibtags by RaceWire to accurately time each runner’s finish time. Results are posted the day of the finish of the race.
Award medals are given to the 1st female and male finishers overall and top three finishers in each age group. All finishers will receive a belt buckle to commemorate their accomplishment.
50 mi - 16 hours
No refunds unless race director cancels the event.
Parking is at the Galt Community park at 1000 Walnut Ave, Galt, CA 95632. The start and finish line are at this park as well.
The race starts at 6pm on 7/3/16 and goes until 7/4/16 at 10am. Check in and packet pick-up is at 5pm-5:30pm on 7/3/16. Bring your ID.
Wear your most comfortable ultramarathon type clothing!
It will be HOT. Account for this. It is at NIGHT. Account for this. It is a ROAD RACE. Account for this. Bring extra water (recommended Camelback type water holder), headlamp, and reflective vest.
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