Fall Back Blast Trail Run

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November 1, 2014

50K, 25K and 12.5K Trail Run Distances

Lowes Creek County Park; Eau Claire, WI

Coming to Lowes Creek County Park…the first annual Fall Back Blast Trail Run presented by Mayo Clinic Health System.

Join us for a fun but challenging trail run using the single track and ski trails of Eau Claire’s finest County Park. Your distance choices include a 50K, 25K and 12.5K. The race is limited to the first 300 registrants, so sign up before it’s too late!

All pre-registered runners will receive a wicking t-shirt, finisher medal, post race refreshments and the satisfaction of an extra hour of sleep that night with our time change.  Overall Male and Female winners in each race distance will receive a embroidered drop bag (see below).

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Racer Shirts:

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Race Winner Bags for Overall M/F each distance division:

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Registration Specifics:  (Please note that there are NO ADDED online fees as part of the registration costs noted below) 

May 1: Registration Opens (300 racer limit) $40
August 1: Registration increases to $50
October 1: Registration increases to $60 (Tshirt sizes are not guaranteed after 10-15-2014) 12.5 K remains at $50!
October 29th: Pre-Registration Closes (earlier if limit is reached)
October 31st: Packet Pickup 4-8PM
November 1st: RACE DAY

 

Packet Pickup: October 31st 4pm – 8pm  at Geno’s Slice N Ice located at 5110 Fairview Drive Eau Claire, WI

Race Day Details – All events are staged out of the EC County Expo at 5530 Fairview Drive.  Directions.

6:30 am – Racer Check-in Opens / Packet Pickup – Eau Claire County Expo Grounds
7:30 am – Racer Check-in Closes
7:45 am – Pre-Race Meeting
8:00 am – RACE START
5:00 pm – RACE COURSE CLOSES

Post race refreshments, portable toilets and aid stations provided.

 Volunteers are needed and receive a swag bag and wicking tshirt! Sign up now

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We reserve the right to make changes to the event or cancel it entirely if weather conditions pose a risk to racers or volunteers.  All entry fees are non-refundable.

 

 

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Nick Showalter June 9, 2014 at 7:02 am

Hello, I was just inquiring about more information on this race. Will there be a map available to get an idea of the run, elevation and location of aid stations?

Nick Showalter June 9, 2014 at 7:05 am

What I really wanted to know is if it would be a multi-loop course, or if it would be out and back? And if so how many loops, I looked at the map for lowes creek and see many trails interlinking.

jaylauraplummer June 9, 2014 at 12:33 pm

Hi Nick, The Fall Back Blast will be a lap course, approximately three laps to complete the 50K distance. The course itself will be a mix of singletrack and double track with aid stations on each side of the park. Lowes Creek has several short, punchy climbs which will be included but nothing long or sustained.

Jake nash July 29, 2014 at 7:19 pm

Do you have many signed up for the 50k? I assume hydration is on us throughout the race? Does the 3 loops always return back to the start so we can have our personal stations set up? Thank you. Hopefully there is a good turnout.

Jake

Miranda July 29, 2014 at 7:49 pm

Once registered is it possible to change events?

Miranda July 29, 2014 at 7:50 pm

Anyone know of a nice bike route from the east hill to Lowes creek county park?

jaylauraplummer July 30, 2014 at 7:43 pm

If you need to change events please send an email to chippewaoffroad@hotmail.com…. Are you thinking you want to run longer? :)

jaylauraplummer July 30, 2014 at 7:45 pm

We have about 20 signed up for the 50K so far but it’s early yet! We will have two water stations, one on each side of the park and yes the course will loop back past the start area for those who want to set up their own stash of food or hydration. Thanks for signing up!

jaylauraplummer July 30, 2014 at 7:47 pm

Depending upon your start location, I suggest heading South on Keith street so you can use the underpass at Clairemont Ave. From there you can make your way to Rudolph and then Golf Rd. Follow Golf to S. Lowes Creek Rd to the park.

Nick Showalter August 29, 2014 at 10:52 pm

you guys should throw in a 50 mile option, it would be a great way to end the season!

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