Bay to Breakers

 


The Bay To Breakers

Sunday, May 21 at 8 A.M

At Main & Howard Streets,

Downtown San Francisco

 


 

For those who want to see a true and original side of San Francisco, please join us on Sunday, May 21, 2017 for the annual Bay to Breakers. Now in its 105th year, this event is a San Francisco original running race.

 

This 7-mile race, starting at the Bay and ending at the breakers of the Pacific Ocean, is one of the largest and oldest running events in the world. It attracts more than 50,000 runners and 100,000 spectators every year. Why is it so popular? It showcases the true San Francisco with fun, chaos, and an unmatched spirit of community.

 

This race includes both serious runners and those out for a fun Sunday run, or even walk. Many wear fun and funky costumes to show their spirit. You will also find a few people in just their birthday suit.

 

The party atmosphere along the route offers spectators a chance to be part of the action and to see different areas of the City. If you happen to be in the neighborhood of San Francisco on May 21, join us on the run or the fun!

Our group will meet at 7 a.m. by the start line. The race starts at 8 am. It may take 30 minutes just to cross the start line. Runners will arrive at the finish long before the walkers and strollers. We will be regrouping for a picnic at the Polo Field. Bring a picnic, some drinks and your Belgian colors. Afterwards, you will need to make your way back to your car or BART either by cab, ride share, or bus. If we have a group large enough, there is a possibility to get a minibus for an additional cost.

 

All details and registration for the race are at http://baytobreakers.com/. Cost is $60 per person.

Once registered, email Pierre@bcnc.com to organize the group.

 

 

For any questions, contact Pierre Smit at Pierre@bcnc.com or 415-939-2410

May 21st, 2017 8:00 AM   through   5:00 PM
Event Info
Date May 21, 2017

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