Race #7 take place at the breathtaking Malibu Creek State Park, located in Malibu/Calabasas, Ca on Saturday May 19, 2018. The event field is limited, so enter early! This is the Grand Mama event:
– 11k This is a challenging and beautiful course that ends with a single track trail. We recently removed a small loop of the course running up to the water tower (one less hill)!
– 22k goes up Bulldog (oh so fun), but what follows is some of the most amazing scenery in Malibu. Please note that the course closes at 11:30 a.m., so you must finish before then!
– 6k is a great introductory trail run with single track and fireroad trails
Join us on the 4th of July for the 40th Annual 10K Race & Fun Run and the 31st Annual Bike Rides.
Presented by the Scripps Ranch Old Pros.
HALF DISTANCE TRIATHLON! 70.3 MILES
The 70.3 Mile HALF DISTANCE course deemed The CVC SAN DIEGO HALF, will provide San Diego triathletes as well as regional, national and international athletes a chance to compete in a longer endurance event. The Half will be limited to 200 athletes so early registration is encouraged.
THIS TRIATHLON IS DESIGNED FOR A WHOLE DAY OF FUN FOR RACERS, FRIENDS AND FAMILIES!
All the courses have been redesigned to make this event Super Athlete and Spectator Friendly. All race distances, the HALF, INTERNATIONAL, SPRINT AND KIDS events will start and finish at Bayside Park on Sunday August 13, 2017. The park will host the Swim Start, the Transition Area, the Hot Lap corners for the run and bike, Expo, Kids Fun Zone, and end with a Beach Party Finish line featuring a Beer Garden and Mexican Food.
Did you know that by participating in the Rockin’ The Desert Mud Run, you are contributing to an amazing non-profit program? The Apple Valley Police Activities League (A.V.P.A.L.) was founded in 2003, and was created to unite law enforcement and communities by providing youth programs which develop discipline, positive self-image, mutual trust and respect. Each year, A.V.P.A.L. works with about 200 kids…think about that…200 kids! That’s 200 lives that are being led in the right direction, given a leg-up in the world. What a difference that makes in one community!
People have been filing into the beach side town of Oceanside, California since someone realized that the combination of great weather, better swells and a small town feel made the perfect spot to relax. However, when the first Oceanside Pier was built in 1888 there was actually a destination to drive to and people were able to claim “I’m hanging out by the pier” and “Meet me down by the pier after work.” While the original Oceanside Pier has since been lost in storms, rebuilt, re modeled and re built again, the legendary pier is still the heart of Oceanside and the place where people can come together to remember to live in a time where the ocean waves dictate life and relaxation is not recommended, but mandatory. While the pier is always bustling, no time of year is more busy than Labor Day. Not only is Labor Day a continental excuse to sit on a beach, it is also the day that the longest annual rough water swim, the Labor Day Pier Swim, takes place in Oceanside.