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Race Preview – Bigfoot 10k, Dirtyfoot 10k and Littlefoot race – Bend, Oregon

Bigfoot 10k

On Sunday, September 14 the Bigfoot 10k, Dirtyfoot 10k and Kids Littlefoot race will be coming to Bend. The Bigfoot 10k is sure to give you a PR with 6.2 miles of all downhill. Starting at the Seventh Mountain Resort just west of Bend, runners will let gravity take over and carry them to the finish line at the Deschutes Brewery with an almost 400 feet decent. The Bigfoot 10k takes runners from the Seventh Mountain Resort along South West Century Drive through the city streets of bend.

If you prefer trail runs, the Dirtyfoot 10k is the race you’re looking for. Starting in the same place as the Bigfoot 10k, you will run with the Bigfoot runners for the first 1.5 miles and then turn off-road following dirt roads, single track, and pathways to the Deschutes Brewery to finish with the Bigfoot runners.

Runners are instructed to park at the Deschutes Brewery and then take a free race shuttle to the start line, at the Seventh Mountain Resort. Both races start at 9am and shuttles run from 7:45am until 8:30am. Packet pickup is available before the race at Footzone in Downtown Bend the day before the race, or on race day at the Seventh Mountain Resort. For the little runners out there, there is a Kids Littlefoot race which starts around 10am at the finish line at the Deschutes Brewery. The distance of the kids race varies by age.

Race: Bigfoot 10k, Dirtyfoot 10k and Kids Little Foot
Organized By: Central Oregon Running Klub
Where: Bend, Oregon
Start: Seventh Mountain Resort
Finish: Deschutes Brewery on NW Schevilin-Hixon Drive
When: Sunday, September 14, 2014 at 9am
Register: Online, by mail, or in person

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