Can I register on race day?
You can register on race day if the race is not full. If you register on race day, you will not be guaranteed a shirt.
What items do I need to register or pick up my race packet?
Photo ID is a must for everyone. USAT annual members must show their USAT card or proof of membership.
Is there a race time limit?
All racers must be finished with the race by 12pm. We will no longer have police and volunteer support after this point.
Will there be water to drink during the race?
Yes, there will be water on the run course, main staging area, and at the race finish line. There will also be snacks and drinks in the Food Area near the finish line for participants and volunteers to enjoy.
Can I wear earphones on the course?
USAT rules do not allow the use of headphones or personal audio devices at any time during the conduct of the race. This is for the safety of yourself and all race participants. You may, however, use such devices in the Transition Area prior to the start of the race. Thank you for your cooperation in advance.
Do I have to wear my bib number?
We require your bib number to be visible on the front of your body during the run.
Do I have to wear a shirt for the bike and run?
No, a shirt is not required.
Is it a wave/group start?
Where can I stay up-to-date on race promotions, news, and any last minute changes?
You can join the race's Event page(s) on Facebook and Like the Above The Fold Events & Sports Promotions page to stay up-to-date.
If I need help, is there anyone to assist me?
Yes, we have professional/experienced race staff. Ambulances/EMT's will be onsite, local police support at all high traffic intersections, as well as certified lifeguard and rescue support in the water.
When/where can I get my bike after the race?
There will be a designated exit that racers will be able to retrieve their bike/gear after the last bike participant is in transition. We do not want racers to have traffic interference with people retrieving their bikes during their race. Our goal is for each racer to have the same race experience and atmosphere whether they finish first or last.