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New Date: 04/24/2022
When the COVID-19 pandemic began and we made the decision to cancel the race, we understood neither the pandemic's duration nor the impact that it would have on our community. As we look ahead to 2021 and understand that we must regretfully cancel next year’s Pike’s Peek as well, we want to offer our supporters some options with regards to your 2020 entry fee.
We invite you to select one of the following options by Tuesday, December 15th:
1) Defer your entry to the 2022 Pike’s Peek 10K + receive a 15% discount off any MCRRC Membership.
2) Donate your fee to MCRRC
3) Receive a refund of your entry fee (please note the refund will not include online processing fees)
Additional race information can be found at http://www.pikespeek10k.org/.
Welcome to the registration page for the MCRRC Pike's Peek 10K!
Pike’s Peek is one of Montgomery County Road Runners Club’s premier racing events. The 10k race, known as a PR Course, has runners starting at the Shady Grove Metro Station and finishing on Rose Avenue just south of Montrose Road. Celebrate at the finish area with food, family activities, music & exhibits at the Post-Race Festival hosted by Pike & Rose! The race starts promptly at 7:50 am.
Pike’s Peek 10K UPDATE: We know that as many people are busy re-arranging their lives and habits, there are a lot of concerns and questions about what is still happening and what is not so we wanted to take a minute to let you know that as of now, the Pike’s Peek 10K, scheduled for Sunday, April 26 is STILL ON! We have the deepest respect and appreciation for the bold steps taken by the Governor yesterday and we are very hopeful that these actions will enable our community to mitigate the spread of the coronavirus to the point that by late April, we may all be starting to see some things return to normal. We will continue to work with local and state officials on our plans for the race and will of course defer to their judgement should it become necessary to change our plans. As life slows down a little over the next few weeks, hopefully you can take the time to enjoy being outside and maybe get in a couple extra runs. You’ll be even more ready to join us on the start line on April 26!
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