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Overall Rating (25 Reviews)
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(25 Ratings)(25 Reviews)
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As part of the World War II home front efforts, hundreds of ships were built here, including 142 Victory ships (the Red Oak Victory is still there and can be visited). It was also the site of the Ford Motor Company Assembly Plant, built in 1930 and by 1942 converted … MORE
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    hatfieldlaw FIRST-TIMER '18

    The aid stations were well stocked, the course was flat, and the organization was excellent. The additional medal for meeting a time goal was a nice bonus. MORE

    The aid stations were well stocked, the course was flat, and the organization was excellent. The additional medal for meeting a time goal was a nice bonus.

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    noneleft REPEAT RUNNER '18

    Third year running the 5k. Love this race. The scenery is beautiful. This race starts and finishes at the Craneway Pavilion in Richmond. The course is flat and fast and … MORE

    Third year running the 5k. Love this race. The scenery is beautiful.
    This race starts and finishes at the Craneway Pavilion in Richmond. The course is flat and fast and runs along the San Francisco Bay Trail. There are views of the marina, Golden Gate Bridge, Bay Bridge, the Bay, San Francisco, and the coastal hills. The views were beautiful the day of the race and the weather was perfect.
    I ran the 5k as I did last year. The course is completely paved and is an out and back. You have one aid station. The aid station is stocked with the usual fruit, sweet and salty snacks, water and sports drink. Volunteers are helpful and pleasant.
    5k runners receive a cotton tee. The finisher’s medal was top notch and this race is the second in the (Bay)Breeze to Victory double race. If you completed both races, you received a joiner medal that creates an awesome Mega-Medal.
    Post race refreshment consisted of bagels, fruit, sweet and salty snacks, and the coveted It’s It ice cream sandwich.
    Next year, will be my 4th time running the 5k.

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    Jennynoel314 FIRST-TIMER '18

    Pancake flat. Stunning views. If you’re looking for a fun race that won’t leave you begging for mercy, this is it. Plus, you have the support of the amazing Brazen … MORE

    Pancake flat. Stunning views. If you’re looking for a fun race that won’t leave you begging for mercy, this is it. Plus, you have the support of the amazing Brazen Racing staff and volunteers!!!!

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    SamIam1972 FIRST-TIMER '18

    I had never run this one, but Brazen streaking is in my future. I set out to run a nice morning 10k and ended up with a PR! Fast and … MORE

    I had never run this one, but Brazen streaking is in my future. I set out to run a nice morning 10k and ended up with a PR! Fast and flat. Loved it! Brazen is just the BEST! Views of the bay are with you the entire way.

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    mcguirec87 FIRST-TIMER '18

    This 10k was on a really great, flat course and is great for first time 10kers! The view of the bay is amazing and the course was well planned out. … MORE

    This 10k was on a really great, flat course and is great for first time 10kers! The view of the bay is amazing and the course was well planned out. I was very impressed by the buffet in the end, I was stuffed by the time I left! I would definitely recommend this to everyone who’s looking for a first time 10k in the bay!

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    debdra REPEAT RUNNER '18

    Beautiful run down by the marina waterfront in Richmond. Flat so a great race to improve your personal best. Love the pacers that brazen partners with for this race and … MORE

    Beautiful run down by the marina waterfront in Richmond. Flat so a great race to improve your personal best. Love the pacers that brazen partners with for this race and the free pass to mountain hardware!!!

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    damnchap REPEAT RUNNER '18

    My third time running this race, first time as a half marathon. First half marathon after recovering from an injury. Support was great, pace team awesome, and amazing swag (as … MORE

    My third time running this race, first time as a half marathon. First half marathon after recovering from an injury. Support was great, pace team awesome, and amazing swag (as always with Brazen).

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    Slowpoke1 REPEAT RUNNER '18

    These races are out and back scenic courses along the bay. All give the opportunity for a personal record since they are flat and fast. I wish they would add … MORE

    These races are out and back scenic courses along the bay. All give the opportunity for a personal record since they are flat and fast. I wish they would add a marathon distance.

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    roxy031 REPEAT RUNNER '18

    I ran this race for the 2nd time in 2018. It is literally in my backyard, on the Bay Trail route that I run several times a week. The flat, … MORE

    I ran this race for the 2nd time in 2018. It is literally in my backyard, on the Bay Trail route that I run several times a week. The flat, fast course with beautiful SF Bay scenery makes the 13 miles fly by. Most of the course is on asphalt, with a small percentage on concrete or trail (Albany Bulb turnaround). The course isn’t crowded or congested, and Brazen puts on a seamless and easy event, as always. I love Brazen races, and plan to run this one every year!

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    mikebeckwith REPEAT RUNNER '18

    This is a super cool race. It is out at the Richmond Marina. Nice views of the bay (and boats). :) Was a very special race for me because I … MORE

    This is a super cool race. It is out at the Richmond Marina. Nice views of the bay (and boats). 🙂
    Was a very special race for me because I did it with my grand babies. It was their first race, and they loved it. (7 month old twins)
    If you do this race as well as the prior race (2 weeks previous, Bay Breeze), then you get a super awesome connector medal that makes your two medals one MEGA MEDAL! Gotta love that.
    They also had something really awesome at this event this year. A sponsor of the race was giving out an extra medal if you did your race in a particular time or faster. I believe it was :32, 1:34, and 2:03 (5k, 10k, half). That had a lot of people going for the extra bling.
    Lastly, it’s a Brazen race, so you know for a fact you’ll get the best experience ever!!
    Come on out and do it with me next year! I promise you’ll enjoy it.

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    PeteSinCA REPEAT RUNNER '18

    Event & Course Description: Except for a few over-simplifications my course description in my 2017 Rave for Victory is pretty good. I did the 10K again this year (as in … MORE

    Event & Course Description: Except for a few over-simplifications my course description in my 2017 Rave for Victory is pretty good. I did the 10K again this year (as in 2016). The race start and finish is next to a building where Victory Ships were built during World War 2. A considerable part of the first ~1.25 miles was timber board walk and runners circled a couple of boat harbors, kind of cool. The rest was concrete. The loop around Marina Park done by 5K runners (and partly done by 10K and Half Marathon runners) was entirely concrete. For another mile and a quarter after 10K and Half Marathon runners turned right at the first aid station the surface was concrete, and then became asphalt. Along much of the asphalt section there was a packed dirt and gravel “shoulder” for those who prefer that surface. 10K runners cross bridges over a couple of creeks before their turn-around, while the Half Marathon turn-around was fairly close to Golden Gate Fields horse race track.

    It was pretty chilly and breezy during check-in and while waiting for the start (it was ~40F when I arrived at 6:15!). The breeze calmed down some before the start, so all in all we had perfect weather for a run. It was cool and sunny with some very thin clouds. The 10K and Half Marathon courses were 90%-95% exposed, the shade being mostly in Marina Park, late in the race (when it might be needed and refreshing!). Definitely a sunscreen or a long-sleeve and long pants course (and a hat if you have a hairstyle like mine).

    Organization & Production: Victory is a Brazen race. That means runners just need to worry about getting there and running/walking their race. Registration and check-in were easy (I did race-day check-in and had my bib and Tee by 6:30). The course for Victory was fairly simple, but Brazen always marks courses well, with “Mile #” signs every mile. Brazen aid stations are always well stocked with a variety of liquids, snacks, fruit, and multiple flavors of GU packets. Finishing runners are announced as they finish and are handed their finisher’s medals. Brazen races are consistently a great race experience.

    Swag & Goodies:

    Bib: Brazen doesn’t do plain race bibs. The usual pattern has distance color-coded stripes, the race name and date, artwork shared with the race T-shirt, the runner’s name, Brazen Racing’s logo, and the bib number. The bib for Victory featured a hand giving the famous “V for Victory” sign.

    T-Shirt: Brazen’s registration fee includes a tech type T-shirt for Half Marathon runners and a poly-cotton T-shirt for 10K and 5K runners. 10K and 5K runners can upgrade to a tech type Tee for a moderate fee (currently $7). I didn’t upgrade this time. The tech type Tees were of a medium gray color. The poly-cotton Tees are medium-dark gray with the “V for Victory” hand in a US flag pattern and the race name below it on the front. On the back is a bow-on Victory Ship at full speed with the race name, distances, location, and date below the bow wave. Below that race logo are the logos of the race sponsors and Brazen Racing.

    Finisher’s Medal: The Victory finisher’s medal features the full-speed Victory Ship and bow wave with the race name and distances below it. The date is on the bow of the ship. The ribbon is blue, with a bow-on Victory Ship, the race name, distances and date.

    Finish & Recovery Area: Finishers went through the chute, received their medal, got a bottle of water if they wanted it, and went straight toward the recovery area. Awaiting them there were a variety of sweet and salty snacks, bagels, and fruit, a considerable spread (as always!).

    My Results & Opinion of the Race: I’ve “run” Victory twice, in 2016 and 2018, and volunteered in 2017. Brazen Racing is an excellent and consistent race organizer. I’ll probably do Victory again – as a “runner” or as a volunteer – and I plan to do more Brazen races in 2018.

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    M_Sohaskey Feb 26, 2018 at 12:13pm

    Awesome review capturing all the key details as usual, Pete... and best of all, great to see you back out there earning finisher medals once again. Hope this is the start to a busy and healthy 2018 racing season for you!

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    This race was SO fun and for a first-timer, a perfect introduction to races and to Brazen. Their team is AMAZING and super community minded, and supported my organization to … MORE

    This race was SO fun and for a first-timer, a perfect introduction to races and to Brazen. Their team is AMAZING and super community minded, and supported my organization to raise funds through the race. We couldn’t have asked for a more welcoming experience, plus the food is AMAZING. It’s gorgeous on the Marina and such a great vibe.

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    noneleft REPEAT RUNNER '17

    This race starts and finishes at the Craneway Pavilion in Richmond. The course is flat and fast and runs along the San Francisco Bay Trail. There are views of the … MORE

    This race starts and finishes at the Craneway Pavilion in Richmond. The course is flat and fast and runs along the San Francisco Bay Trail. There are views of the marina, Golden Gate Bridge, Bay Bridge, the Bay, San Francisco, and the coastal hills. The views were beautiful the day of the race and the weather was perfect.
    I ran the 5k as I did last year. The course is completely paved and is an out and back. You have one aid station. The aid station is stocked with the usual fruit, sweet and salty snacks, water and sports drink. Volunteers are helpful and pleasant.
    5k runners receive a cotton tee that had a great design this year. The finisher’s medal was top notch and this race is the second in the (Bay)Breeze to Victory double race. If you completed both races, you received a joiner medal that creates an awesome Mega-Medal.
    Post race refreshment consisted of bagels, fruit, sweet and salty snacks, and the coveted It’s It ice cream sandwich.
    I had a great race. I PR’d my course time and I nearly set a new PR for a 5k. I was off by three seconds. I placed second in my age group.
    I will definitely run the 5k again next year.

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    escharmann Apr 07, 2017 at 2:13pm

    Awesome job on the PR! The scenery sounds so nice, and receiving an it's it bar at the end of a race sounds like a dream!

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    amandasava REPEAT RUNNER '17

    This was the second year for the Brazen Victory - and it keeps getting better. The course is flat and fast (for those fast runners) and pretty much all asphalt. … MORE

    This was the second year for the Brazen Victory – and it keeps getting better.

    The course is flat and fast (for those fast runners) and pretty much all asphalt. Not your typical Brazen race, but it’s a great location – the views are hard to beat. The good news is that you get all of the great food, shirts, medals and friends you normally get with a Brazen race!

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    Angela FIRST-TIMER '17

    The Victory races are a fairly new addition to Brazen Racing’s portfolio, just in their second year, I think. Brazen is well known in the Bay Area for fun, reasonably … MORE

    The Victory races are a fairly new addition to Brazen Racing’s portfolio, just in their second year, I think. Brazen is well known in the Bay Area for fun, reasonably affordable, and extremely well-organized events; most of them are trail races (including some real doozies!), but they host a few flat, paved events as well.

    ***LOCATION***
    Craneway Pavilion, Richmond, CA

    ***PRICES***
    For 5K/10K/Half:
    – Until 1/07: $44/$51/$67
    – Until 2/04: $49/$56/$72
    – After 2/04: $54/$61/$77

    ***DEADLINE/SELLOUT FACTOR***
    I believe there was race day registration at all distances this year. Some Brazen races sell out ahead of time, especially the shorter distances, but since this is one of their newer races I suspect it’s not as popular yet.

    ***PARKING***
    Volunteers were directing traffic to two different parking lots, both free & within easy walking distance of the start/finish.

    ***STAGING***
    The start/finish was set up right at the end of the road, with a row of race logistic/sponsor tents along one side and a row of port-a-potties (of which there were plenty) a little further down past the farther of the two parking lots. As with the other Brazen races, you have the option of local pre-race packet pickup on Thursday and Friday or race morning pick up. As always, the pick-up & t-shirt tables were well-labeled, well-organized, and efficient. I was able to do race day registration by credit card, which I appreciated. Free sweat check close to the start, though I parked close enough that I didn’t need it. These days they just set the sample bags out for runners to take if they want instead of handing them out with the T-shirts, which seems less wasteful to me. Volunteer photographers are stationed along the course & upload their pics for runners to download for free (love), not to mention awesome, enthusiastic, & hard-working volunteers all around.

    ***THE COURSE***
    All three courses were *sort of* out-and-back, mostly along the water in Richmond, which I have to admit was pretty gorgeous. The 10K was a kind of lollypop with a dogleg. I ran 1.5 miles out & back on the course to warm up and was glad I did as there were a few spots that weren’t totally clear, but made sense after jogging it once. A couple spots were also on boardwalk rather than pavement, and since it had rained recently, the footing was a bit slippery, which was good to know. I think it’s fair to call at least the 5K and 10K courses flat and fast, & paved with the exception of the short boardwalk sections I mentioned earlier. I can’t speak for the rest of the half marathon course, which covered the 10K course but kept going past the 10K dogleg turnaround. The stretches of boardwalk were mostly fine for me, though I was glad I got out there and warmed up on it because it was a bit wet and potentially slippery. (I didn’t have any trouble with it during the race.)

    ***SCHWAG***
    I think if you signed up online you got your choice of a cotton T for no extra charge or a logo T for a few extra dollars. Since I signed up on race morning I got the cotton shirt, which I actually DID take for once because it was kind of cool-looking. As with other Brazen races, there was an option to take a few dollars off your registration & go sans-shirt if you registered early. Hefty finisher medals for all distances; age group medals awarded three deep in each age/gender group in five year increments (less for the kiddies) plus bags of free samples if you want. Fantastic post-race spread (water, sports drink, juice, bagels, fruit, granola, cake, candy, etc.)

    ***BOTTOM LINE***
    All in all, if you’re looking for something flat, fast, well-organized, & not outrageously expensive (if you register early), Victory is definitely a solid option.

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    PeteSinCA Mar 26, 2017 at 1:48pm

    FWIW, there were 1072 finishers of all distances, including half marathon hikers. That makes Victory one of Brazen's more popular races, though I don't know what limitations are placed on the race by the capacity of the start/finish area and trail.

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    jonoringading REPEAT RUNNER '17

    The Brazen Victory Half Marathon is the second part of the 2 race series with Bay Breeze 2 weeks earlier. Both are fast and flat courses. I was a pacer … MORE

    The Brazen Victory Half Marathon is the second part of the 2 race series with Bay Breeze 2 weeks earlier. Both are fast and flat courses. I was a pacer for both for the 1:50 Group. The Victory was a tiny bit on the long side, and has a little hill that was muddy this year. Give yourself an extra minute. The shirt was awesome as were the medals. Brazen always does a great job keeping things safe and organized!

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    roxy031 FIRST-TIMER '17

    This was my first time running this race, which is literally in my backyard - we ran by my apartment around mile 11. Maybe because I run this course several … MORE

    This was my first time running this race, which is literally in my backyard – we ran by my apartment around mile 11. Maybe because I run this course several times a week, it felt like the easiest half marathon ever for me (it was my 15th). The course is beautiful and the race wasn’t crowded, so it was never frustrating like some races can be when there are too many people and not enough space. The 5k and 10k started several minutes after the half, so we were pretty much out of their way by the time the fastest ones caught up to us on the course, and they turned around soon after.
    I only have 2 complaints. The first is that it seems the distance was over 1/2 mile too long. My GPS, my husband’s GPS and several others we asked, all measured at least 13.6. My GPS was dead on with the race markers on miles 1-12, which makes me think my GPS was accurate for mile 13-13.6 as well. It’s not unusual for courses to be slightly off, but 1/2 mile is a bit much. Having a course that’s too long can be frustrating for a few reasons – mentally and physically, but also in my case, it means a race that should’ve been a PR now is not. It’s not a huge deal, but it’s kinda disappointing and seemingly totally avoidable, esp. for this course.
    My other complaint is about one of the pacers. My husband and I were running together, and averaging 9:55-9:58 miles. The 2:20 pacer was DIRECTLY behind us for several miles (miles 3-8). Not only was he running too fast for his pace group (2:20 pace is a 10:41 overall pace), he was running WAY too close to us. I could almost feel him breathing on me, that’s how close he was. We even moved to the side at one point to let him pass us, but he didn’t – he stayed right there, right behind us. Just terrible race etiquette all around. If I was running in the 2:20 pace group, I would’ve been so mad that the pacer was running so fast and off pace. We finally lost him around mile 8, and never saw him again, so hopefully he slowed down a lot and ran the pace he was supposed to run. I’ve run several Brazen races and have never had any complaints about pacers before, so I don’t blame Brazen for this one rogue pacer.
    Besides those 2 minor complaints, I loved the race. The aid stations were well-stocked with snacks and water, and the volunteers were awesome. I heard there were supposed to be ice cream sandwiches at the finish line but I didn’t see any – but I wasn’t hungry afterward and couldn’t have eaten one anyway! I’ll definitely be running this race for as long as I live in the neighborhood, and hopefully the distance issue will be fixed next year.

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    M_Sohaskey Feb 27, 2017 at 5:14pm

    Nothing more convenient than being able to roll out of bed and walk to the start line! Sorry to hear about the distance & pacer miscalculation Morgan, but love your positive attitude. Victory is one of the few Brazen events that has (or needs!) pacers.

    Be sure to ask for an It's-It at your next Brazen finish line, the volunteers (or other finishers) should be able to point you right to the cooler with the dry ice – it's my go-to post-race snack on Brazen days, even though like you I'm rarely hungry after a race. Thanks for an awesome review... and next year, a new PR! :)

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    PeteSinCA VOLUNTEER '17

    Since I participated as an aid station volunteer, I'll try to make this brief. Don't laugh! The courses are easy enough to describe. Runners start at the Craneway Pavilion in … MORE

    Since I participated as an aid station volunteer, I’ll try to make this brief. Don’t laugh! The courses are easy enough to describe. Runners start at the Craneway Pavilion in Richmond, and follow the trail around the boat harbor – lots of small boats at anchor, very picturesque. At about mile 1.25, runners reached Marina Park and the first aid station, where I was. At that point, 5K runners went to the left, to do a loop around Marina Park, came back through the aid station, and back to the finish at the Craneway Pavilion. 10K and half marathon runners went to the right after the aid station, following the trail along the bay. Both distances have turn-arounds, loop through the park, and pass the aid station on their way to the finish. The courses are flat, the 5K paved, the 10K mostly paved, and the half marathon a bit more than half unpaved hard-packed trail. The weather in 2017 was great, though rain is always a possibility at this time of year.

    As always, Brazen’s organization went smoothly. Our aid station had water, sports drink, and Coca Cola, as well as a wide variety of sweet and salty snacks. The “V for Victory” race Tees were excellent, as were the finisher’s medals. From the information on the website through the finish area goodies (did someone say “It’s It”?), Brazen provides an excellent race experience, and all a runner needs to worry about is running the race.

    The thing that struck me, as I was handing out sports drink to runners, was the strong, friendly community atmosphere. An organizer and volunteers are a big part of a race experience – smooth organization, encouraging people – but another significant part of a great race experience is brought by the runners and walkers themselves. Runners’ friendliness, encouragement, and respect at Brazen’s (and some other organizers’) races are outstanding. I noticed this at my first Brazen race, more than 3 years ago. A lot of factors can bring someone to a race for the first time. Race experience – from the organizers’ side and from the runners’ – will bring people back, to the same race, and to an organizer’s other races. Over time, coming back becomes brand loyalty and friendships, and Brazen Racing has both. Would I do Victory again? I did the 10K last year and volunteered this year. I’m sure I’ll be back to the Craneway Pavilion again. I’m already registered for a Brazen race next month.

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    M_Sohaskey Feb 27, 2017 at 5:15pm

    Thanks for another great review, Pete! So cool that you volunteered this year, since volunteers they make the runnin' world go 'round... and volunteering is never a thankless job at a Brazen event! Plus, this an excellent summary of what makes Brazen among the best at what they do. Good luck next month at Badger Cove!

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    amandasava FIRST-TIMER '16

    Brazen always does a great job (I know I'm a little biased) but this really was a spectacular first race. I've done plenty of inaugural races, and they rarely go … MORE

    Brazen always does a great job (I know I’m a little biased) but this really was a spectacular first race. I’ve done plenty of inaugural races, and they rarely go as smoothly as this one did!

    It was a beautiful course, flat and fast. As usual, the aid stations were well placed and well stocked and the swag was great!

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    Stefanryser FIRST-TIMER '16

    This was an inaugural Brazen race. I love the medals and then I got a little connector medal to combine the medal with the one of Bay Breeze. MORE

    This was an inaugural Brazen race. I love the medals and then I got a little connector medal to combine the medal with the one of Bay Breeze.

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