This series is over 30 years old and the actual courses are not known until race day. Enjoy the challenge and surprises. Progressive longer courses throughout the series. Every two weeks.
NEW1This site now allows you to sign up for the full series or individual races.Close Date for the Series (4 races)2September 28, 2011Close Date for Race 1 Only3September 28, 2011Close Date for Race 2 Only4October 12, 2011Close Date for Race 3 Only:5October 26, 2011Close Date for Race 4 Only6November 9, 2011NOTE7The adult runs will start at 11:30amRace #18Sunday, October 2nd - 11:30am. Take I-25 to Uintah St. exit 143. Turn left (east) and go 3 blocks to Cascade Avenue. Turn left (north), go about 7 blocks to Fontanero and turn left (west). Go to the end of the road and you will be at the park. Find a place to park. Registration is in the park down the hill to your left across from the baseball field.Course #19COURSE: (~3.5 miles) The start is on the large grass area then on trails. The course will cut to side trails. You will end up running up the creek, and then turn on to the grass again to the finish lineRace #210Sunday, October 16th - 11:30am. Take Highway 24 to South 21st St. Turn left (south). Go to Argus Boulevard. Turn right (west - toward the mountains). You will see a playground. Thats where the race starts in the big green field.Course #211Course: (~4.5 miles) We will use the trails that are wide, 8 in places. There are a lot of ups and downs and the creek may be used as well dont get your hopes up for an easy run here.Race #312Sunday October 30th - 11:30am. Take I-25 to Woodmen Road Exit 149. Go west until the intersection of Rockrimmon Boulevard and proceed west to Vindicator Drive. Turn right (west) - past Safeway to Eagleview Middle School. Use the western most parking lots. The race starts on the track.Course #313Course: (~5.5 miles) This park is very rocky and hilly, so be ready for the run of your life! The trails are single track in places. If there is water, it will be found and there is always the possibility of snakes. We have had broken bones in this race before. This is by far the most challenging run of the seriesRace #414Sunday, November 13th - 11:30am. Use the southern entrance into Palmer Park, which is located on Maizeland between Academy Boulevard and Circle Drive. The start is located at the big tree on the southwest corner of the parking lot north - of the sandpit.Course #415COURSE: (~7 miles) In this race, you will run miles on trails that no man or woman would touch except for the Fall Series runners! Rocks that move, ankles that hurtbut its fun! Lets see who shows the most bloodTeam Competition16Teams must include 4 members - the top 3 count in scoring. All 4 members must be registered for all 4 races. Any combination of team members, at least 3, must finish all 4 races.Commemorative Short Sleeve Henley Shirt17Only comes in men's sizes: S, M, L, XL, XXL, XXXLWalk-In Registration18Until 1:00pm 10/01/11 Boulder Running Company - 3659 Austin Bluffs Parkway, Colorado Running Company - 833 North Tejon, Runners Roost - 121 North TejonAwards19Top male and top female get a special award. The age groups are based on five-year increments. 14 and under, through age 70+. There may be a high school division after the season.Race Day Registration20Registration begins at 10:30am- $15.00 PPRR / SCR/Military member, $20.00 non- memberAwards Ceremony/Dinner2111/19/2011 - at the Downtown YMCA - 6:00pm.Need More Information?22www.pprrun.org