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From the Central Valley to the sea, the Feat to the Beach Relay will provide you with 200+ miles of great memories. Your finish line will be right on the beach front at Pismo Beach. Your team will consist of a maximum of 12 people (4 person minimum) team and rotate through 36 transition areas as you seek out those ocean waves. Each relay team member runs 3 legs (minimum) of varying lengths and difficulty and will cover an average total distance of ~16.6 miles (for a 12 person team). The runners rotate in a set order once the race begins and will be obligated to follow this rotation until the final runner reaches the finish line at Pismo Beach.
The Feat to the Beach starts at the Fresno Clovis Rail Trail at Nees and 41 Highway underpass. The course will quickly lead out of the big city and follow scenic, country roads as it winds through many small rural towns, on your way to the central coast. The finish line will be on the beach where you will be able to rest & recover with your toes in the sand.
Feat to the Beach was held in 2020 so you can race confidently that the race will happen in 2021. We will do everything we can to make sure the event happens, but if 2020 happens (again), we will give a 100% refund onto the original credit card if we cancel the event.
We are working on new swag items for the 2021 event!
The preliminary plan for finisher swag is a shirt, sweatshirt, finisher medal, and early registration running beanie.
Check back for swag preview and final list of finisher's swag.
EVERYTHING YOU NEED TO KNOW... From setting up a team, to course maps.
Please read our complete Runner's Handbook for a complete listing of all rules. Remember that the continuing success of this event requires all participants and volunteers to always have the priority of safety over all other needs or concerns.
Minor course adjustments and new charts are coming showing the cumulative distance to each turn on the leg next to each turn direction, road, and distance. This will make it easier for the runner to follow the turns while using a sports watch.
Click the icon below to download the attached PDF.
Each van has a scheduled start time.
Join us as we support Break the Barriers Veterans Program with the Feat to the Beach 200 Mile Relay.
We will match donations up to $2000.
Break the Barriers is proud to provide Veterans of all abilities with a state-of-the-art facility, certified staff, elite level equipment, and an inclusive environment for general fitness and competition. Veterans are empowered to find new ability and purpose, with opportunities to compete in various events such as the Golden Age Games, Valor Games, Paralympics, and Wheelchair Games. Break the Barriers is also a member of the Paralympic Sport Club and is listed in the National Veterans Adaptive Sports Directory. With the professional help and dedication of 82 certified coaches and over 500 caring volunteers annually, programs are provided 6 days a week.
Learn more about Break The Barriers Veterans Programs at https://breakthebarriers.org/veterans-program/
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