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Your last chance to run the Fremont Bridge at the 2019 Bridge to Brews (Portland)

With change comes opportunity. Opportunity to try something new, and (if you’re lucky) to appreciate what you have before its gone.

The folks behind Terrapin Events are making sure that participants have the chance to celebrate one last time running over the Fremont Bridge before city policies change. Increasing permit fees are forcing more race events outside of the city, which means new spaces and places to run. But before last call, it’s time to run the bridge and toast to the awesome runners and walkers of this city.

The Bridge to Brews includes 8K and 10K options for the same price, so you can decide if you want a little more or a little less distance between you and the brewery and winery booths at the end. All participants receive a t-shirt, cup, and 10 tasting tickets for the after party on the waterfront. Guests can purchase a Tasting Package for $25 to participate in the party too. And if you are really into celebrating this farewell to the bridge event, check out the hoodies online or at the event.

Enjoy this trek through the city, and then keep an eye out for what Terrapin is planning next.

Bridge to Brews (Portland)
When: Sunday, April 14 at 8:40am
Where: Waterfront Park (Naito Parkway and SW Ankeny Street)
Register: Online
Packet Pick-Up: TBA or Race Day.
Cost: 8K or 10K at $64. Youth 10K or 8K at $30 (for 18 and younger). Kids Race at $8.

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About Meg DuMez (135 Articles)
Educator. Learner. Runner. Writer. TBD.

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