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Ridgeline Ramble 5/23/2015 by Level 32 Racing

Be A Ramblin’ Man or Woman at the 2022 Ridgeline Ramble

Looking for a rad race to run over Memorial Day weekend? Here’s one to strongly consider. The Ridgeline Ramble, occurring Saturday, May 28, 2022 will be the third race of the Run Big Trail Series, and is a race to get signed-up for stat. There is no day of race registration for this one, and there is limited entry due to shuttle logistics and trail capacity, so register soon!

Level 32 Racing has a really neat trail running series called the Run Big Trail Series. This series consists of six trail runs that occur within a close distance to Eugene. The previous two races, of which I participated in, were the Bristow Trail Run in Dexter, Oregon, and the Shotgun Trail Blast in Marcola, Oregon. We have run both of these before and had an amazing time running each. The third run, the Ridgeline Ramble, will take place on the Ridgeline Trail in south Eugene.

Both races start at Blanton Trailhead and finish at Frank Kinney Park. Shuttles will begin leaving FKP at 7AM (wear your masks).

Aid stations will be available on the course for all distances. The 20k will feature 4 aid stations (1.8m, 3.9m, 5.5m, 8m) with the 10k hitting three of those. You will find electrolyte beverage and light snacks at these aid stations. Custom wooden medallions will be presented in the 20K and 10K  to the top three overall male & female  finishers.

Get registered soon for the 8th Annual Ridgeline Ramble! This is an excellent race, with limit entry, so move quick and get your registration submitted!

Day of Race: Saturday, May 28, 2022
Location: Start at Blanton Trailhead and Finish at Frank Kinney Park
Time: 20k @ 815am; 10k @ 830am
Distances: 20k, 10k
Cost: $35
Register: Click here to register

 

About Author

Matt Rasmussen lives in Keizer, Ore. with his wife and three daughters. He enjoys watching hockey, going to as many breweries (618) and wineries (152) as he can, and all things Canada (he was born there). Matt was raised as a baseball player and officially transitioned over to running in 2010.

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