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The 2011 Cancer Awareness Run and Ride

EVENTS
  • The 2011 Cancer Awareness Run and Ride:- Run 6.2 Miles
RACE DATE
Saturday, September 17, 2011
Start Time
7:00 AM
REGISTRATION WEBSITE
Entry Fee
Listed by category
Location
Modesto Junior College (West Campus)
CITY
Modesto
STATE/TERR
California
Zip
95355
COUNTRY
USA
Description

Run Schedule1WALKERS WELCOME

7 a.m. Registration

8 a.m. 10K and 2-Mile Run or Walk

9:45 a.m. Kids Fun Run Free for ages 10 and under. Sign up at Shadow Chase Running Club booth.

10 a.m. Awards Ceremony Prize Drawings: Check the prize booth for your bib number after the run (must be present to win)

11 a.m.-1:30 p.m. Barbecue Lunch (included in registration fee)Run Course2Flat and fast, on paved streets and campus roadsRun Divisions3Separate mens and womens categories for the following groups and distances:
10K: age 12 & under, 13-19, 20-29, 30-39, 40-49, 50-59, 60-69, 70-79, 80 & over, wheelchair
2 mile: age 8 & under, 9-12, 13-15, 16-19, 20-29, 30-39, 40-49, 50-59, 60-69, 70-79, 80 & over, wheelchairRun Awards4Medals for first, second and third place for men and women in each group and distance. Cash awards of $50 for overall male and female winners in open and masters (40+) categories in both races.
Event shirts guaranteed only to those who register before September 2. Ride Schedule56 a.m. Registration Opens

7 a.m. 63-Mile Ride Begins

9 a.m. 30-Mile Ride Begins

10:15 a.m. 12-Mile Ride Begins

11:00 a.m.-1:30 p.m. Barbecue Lunch (included in registration fee)

1 p.m. All Courses Will Close. Prize Drawings: Check the prize booth for your bib number after the ride (must be present to win)Ride Route Description6Family friendly event. NOT A RACE. Cyclists can choose the 63-mile (100K), 30-mile (50K) or the 12-mile Family Ride. All routes start and end at the West Campus of Modesto Junior College.
Following lightly traveled roads, riders will travel through orchards west of Modesto. The longer rides include river crossings and views of the nearby Diablo Range.12-mile Ride7The 12-mile ride is an easy loop through orchards, with a rest stop at the mid-point of the ride.30-mile Ride8The 30-mile ride reaches further into the Delta farmland, crosses the Tuolumne River and includes a rest stop at Laird Park.63-mile Ride9The 63-mile ride travels into southern Stanislaus County. It crosses the Tuolumne River. The ride visits the city of Patterson before returning to Modesto.Ride Support10Food: Along each route, riders will find fully supported rest stops with cycling-specific snacks.

Support: All routes will be clearly marked and maps will be available at the registration table. SAG support will be provided on all routes. Cyclists are advised to carry at least one water bottle and carry a spare tube and tools for flats.Ride Rules11All participants must wear an ANSI approved helmet, carry medical ID and emergency phone numbers. Obey all CA traffic laws, ride single file and yield to the runners. Participants (under 18) must ride with an adult rider. No passenger under the age of 6 or weighing less than 60 pounds may participate in the 30- or 63-mile rides. Participants must check in at registration at the conclusion of the ride to receive lunch ticket.Jerseys12Cycling jerseys are guaranteed only to those who register before Sept. 2.

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