Portland’s Terrapin Events Kicks Off Running Season with Bridge to Brews, Shares Highlights for Other 2011 Races

From Press Release –

Bridge to Brews Kicks Off 2011 Terrapin Events Season
If you are not familiar with Bridge to Brews, it’s time you check out this very unique Portland event on Sunday, April 17. What makes this event so unique? It’s the only running/walking event that takes participants over the Fremont Bridge and is the only event in the Rose City that starts and finishes at a brewery (Widmer Brother’s Brewery). This 8K/10K offers superior post-race fun (in true Terrapin Events fashion) and a kid’s race for the young ones. Live music from Tapwater, great food from the Widmer Gasthaus, and two tasty brews (21+) await finishers after this great run!

Cinco de Mayo Offers Limited Entry Half Marathon
What’s red, green and yellow and has 3000 legs weaving its way through Portland’s city streets and beautiful urban parks? Give up? It’s the second running of the Cinco de Mayo half marathon, which is limited to 1500 participants (or 3000 legs)! Come be a part of this awesome spring event on May 8 that also boasts nine years as a fun and festive 5K/10K. Great courses and one of the best post-race parties includes live mariachi music, great food from Azteca and two tasty Redhook brews!

Portland’s Halloween Tradition is Back for 2011
Portland’s premiere running event company is proud to announce the opening of registration for the 9th annual Run Like Hell half marathon/10K/5K on October 23, 2011. Run Like Hell is a Portland Halloween tradition with runners and walkers dressing up in costume and participating in one of the three great distances on three beautiful courses. This year’s theme is “zombies” or “undead”, but come dressed as you like! The half marathon is limited to 3000 participants and should fill by the end of May so don’t miss out!

Learn more about these this great Portland area events at www.terrapinevents.com.

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