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Run Row Ride is a fun event to raise money for youth recreation scholarships. The triathlon follows the shores of the Chippewa River in Eau Claire, WI and is a non-timed event.Run Row Ride - Biking

2017 Run Row Ride Flyer PDF

When
Saturday, August 12, 2017

Location
Race beings and ends at Hobbs Ice Arena Parking Lot (915 Menomonie Street).

EVENT ORDER  Map PDF
The event will take place in the following order:
RIDE 10 MILESRun Row Ride - Running
The bike route begins at Hobbs Ice Arena (lower boat landing parking lot) and continues throughout the City of Eau Claire Streets and EC County Roads, finishing at Hobbs Ice Arena parking lot.
RUN 3 MILES
The run follows the beautiful Chippewa River Trail up to Phoenix
Park.
ROW (PADDLE) 2 MILES

The river route begins at Phoenix Park and ends at the landing behind Hobbs Ice Arena.

Event Start TimesRun Row Ride - Rowing
8:00am - Day-of Registrations (Office at Hobbs Ice Arena)
8:30am - Pre-race meeting with participants (at Hobbs)
9:00am - Race begins

Divisions
Solos
Doubles: who will canoe/kayak in tandem and then split up to each complete the bike and run separately.
Relay Teams

There will also be a Walk/Run 5K and a Dog Walk/Run 2 Mile.


NOTE: Children under 18 must be accompanied by an individual over 18 as a team member and both entrants must complete the run, paddle, bike together.

Registration
Registration Form and Event Info PDF
Pre-registration: To take advantage of per-registration pricing, register by June 30th

Register Online:
Click here. Then click "Registration - Activity", search Run Row Ride and select the event you want to register for.

Register in person or by mail:
Please complete the registration form and mail along with a check or credit card information to:
Eau Claire Parks and Recreation
915 Menomonie Street
Eau Claire, WI 54703

Additional Information

Equipment will not be provided. Participants may paddle canoes or kayaks. Life jackets and bike helmets are required. Canoes/kayaks will need to be dropped off by participants at Phoenix Park. The course will be marked and patrolled and rules of the road are to be followed while biking and running.

Inclement Weather
In the event of inclement weather the event could be cancelled. There will not be any refunds.

Contact Person

Julie Booth - julie.booth@eauclairewi.gov or (715) 839-5032

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