From the heart of the West Metro area and the Stenger Soccer Complex, All-Out brings you our annual Polar Prowl! Along with its Endless Series sidekick in June… Summer Breeze, these 5K, 10K and Half Marathon courses will follow Van Bibber Creek Trail west through Arvada’s open spaces with spectacular …
From the heart of the West Metro area and the Stenger Soccer Complex, All-Out brings you our annual Polar Prowl! Along with its Endless Series sidekick in June… Summer Breeze, these 5K, 10K and Half Marathon courses will follow Van Bibber Creek Trail west through Arvada’s open spaces with spectacular views of the countryside and Table Mountain. Plus… all distances have a fairly level grade, so yup, get ready for a PR!
Race features include:
♦ RRCA Certified Race Director- Organization you can count on! With 50+ events under the belt of our director and a staff with more than 15 years experience, your event will run smoothly. (Ha! No pun intended.)
♦ Early AND Race Day Packet Pick-Up- For those who like to prep in advance! Sure, picking up early gets you another chance to win a prize, but no worries if you wait until race day… we make it quick & easy.
♦ Tech Shirts- No cotton allowed! Long-sleeved, super comfy, moisture wicking & gender specific.
♦ Finisher Medals- Custom molded & distance specific, even for the 5K! Then a little something special for our 1 Milers too.
♦ Even More SWAG- Always something a runner can’t do without! And never same old, plain old that’s for sure… only the best for our athletes!
♦ Souvenir Race Bibs- With pull tags for your convenience! Yet another keepsake to remember your day, plus your meal & prize tickets are right there at your finger tips.
♦ FREE Race Pics- Unlimited downloads are on us! Professional photographers at the finish line AND on course… enjoy!
♦ Text Results & Placements- Individually sent to all who opt in! Just provide your mobile number with your entry, then text the keyword ALLOUT to 550055 from that mobile device. Yup… it’s that easy!
♦ Gear Check- No trips back to the car for our athletes… no sir-ee! Leave it with us… we’ll keep an eye on it for you.
♦ Porta-Poos-A-Plenty- 3 Units for 500 people? What, are you crazy? Ever had to run without using a restroom because the lines were too long? Us too… ouch! We provide more than TRIPLE the facilities as other events.
♦ Accurately Measured, Clearly Marked Courses- Race the distance you trained for! Not a little more and not a little less… we measure each course no fewer than 3 times before race day.
♦ Start / Finish AND On-Course Medical Support- Nothing is more important than your safety! Here’s hopin’ those guys are really bored, but just in case… each and every volunteer you pass knows who to call for help.
♦ Tons of Aid Stations- No need to carry any extra weight! Not only will both water & electrolytes be handed to you at the finish line, but course aid stations are an average of just 1.2 miles apart.
♦ Disposable Timing Chips- No hassle at the finish line! And no fees if you forget to return your timing chip either… we don’t need it back.
♦ Post-Race Meal- Breakfast tacos, fruit, bagels & CHOCOLATE MILK for all! Yup, even if you’re dead last… we’re not going anywhere until we cheer you in.
♦ Electronic Results- No more endless sheets of data to sort through! All results scroll on easy to read computer screens in the expo area during the event and are posted online by the end of the day.
♦ 3 Deep Awards- Overall AND Divisions! Events small enough to stay friendly and personal give you a better chance of landing on the podium! (1 Mile awards will be given to the top 3 in each gender only, for the time being.)
♦ Prizes Galore- If you’re registered, you’re entered… easy peasy! Just bring us your ticket at the start of your award ceremony and you’re in! (Psst… in most cases, everyone who sticks around for the giveaway goes home with a prize!)
I understand this is a winter run and weather could play a factor especially in Colorado. I have done a number of events in the winter in the state and … MORE
I understand this is a winter run and weather could play a factor especially in Colorado. I have done a number of events in the winter in the state and this was by far the worst one I have done. The snow from 4 days before the event was not cleared at the start/finish. It ended up being a big sheet of ice. If at any point during the week the snow was cleared it would have been completely melted by the race. The main trail was well cleaned but thay had nothing to do with the race and all maintained by the city. I will never race an all-out production again.