|WHEN:||Saturday, February 4, 2017|
|WHERE:||Laguna Seca Recreation Area
1025 Monterey Salinas Highway
Salinas, CA 93908
|CONTACT:||Inside Trail Racing
Add $10 if registering on or after January 14, 2017. Add $15 on race day, if not sold out.
Pre-registration through 5:00 PM on February 2, or until sold out.
Monterey Bay Area locals designed this beautiful course to highlight Fort Ord National Monument. You’ll run on just about every type of trail there is during this 62 mile tour. From wide fire road, smooth and twisting single-track, deep sand and rocky, rooty climbs you certainly won’t get bored. The course consists of a 40 mile and and a 22 mile loop, with plenty of aid stations (and views) along the way. Make sure to read the “Course Information” tab for course details, headlamp/drop bag/pacer details and all the other nitty gritty.
Fort Ord was a U.S. Army post on Monterey Bay in California. It was established in 1917 as a maneuver area and field artillery target range and was closed in September 1994. Fort Ord was one of the most attractive locations of any U.S. Army post, because of its proximity to the beach and California weather. The 7th Infantry Division (Light) was its main resident for many years. When Fort Ord was converted to civilian use, space was set aside for the first nature reserve in the United States created for conservation of an insect, the endangered species Smith’s blue butterfly.
While much of the old military buildings and infrastructure remain abandoned, many structures have been torn down for anticipated development. California State University Monterey Bay and Fort Ord Dunes State Park, along with some subdivisions, the Veterans Transition Center, a strip mall, military facilities and a nature preserve occupy the area today.
On April 20, 2012, President Obama signed a proclamation designating a 14,651-acre portion of the former post as the Fort Ord National Monument.
Inside Trail Racing is authorized to use the trails on Fort Ord National Monument under a Special Recreation Permit issued by the Bureau of Land Management (BLM).
Location: Ford Ord National Monument & Laguna Seca Recreation Area
Date: Saturday, Febraury 4, 2017
Start Time: 6:00 AM
Check-In & Bib Pickup:
Fri., February 3rd
|1:00 PM – 6:00 PM
111 Crossroads Blvd.
Carmel-By-The-Sea, CA 93923
Sat., February 4th
|5:00 AM – 6:00 AM
Turn 10 Shelf (Start/Finish Area)
Laguna Seca Recreation Area
Time Limit: There is a 16.5 hour time limit for the 100K race.
Parking: Parking is $8.00 and available within Laguna Seca, adjacent to the Start/Finish area. Carpooling is always strongly encouraged.
ITR Refund Policy:
Entry fees to our trail runs are non-refundable. With advanced notice, we are happy to transfer part of your entry fee. Because of the magnitude of this race, a 50% credit will be issued if the cancellation is sent at least 2 weeks out from the event. There will be no credits or refunds provided if a cancellation is made within 2 weeks of the race. Only registered runners can participate, and you cannot exchange your entry with another runner.
Awards & Shirts
Overall winners of each race distance will receive a medal, a custom glass Stein and an item from the Inside Trail Racing schwag bag.
All ultra-marathon distance finishers will receive a custom printed Pint Glass with the race logo.
All other finishers will receive a custom medal with the race logo.
The Dead Last Finisher (DLF) in each even will receive a custom award.
Age-group medals (3 deep) will be awarded in the following categories, for both males and females:
● 12 and under
● 13 – 19
● 20 – 29
● 30 – 39
● 40 – 49
● 50 – 59
● 60 – 69
● 70 and over
All registered runners will receive an A4 Cooling Performance Crew technical fabric shirt. This tee is made with top-of-the-line sportswear technology to heighten performance during your toughest workouts. With sun defense, moisture-wicking technology, quick stain release, and comfortable fit, the cooling performance crew serves the needs of every athlete. It’s the perfect year-round choice for outdoor sports and exercise. Get the most out of your workout with this tough, hardworking tee.
Fabric: 4-Ounce polyester interlock features moisture wicking technology, odor resistance and stain release qualities designed to deliver maximum performance characteristics.
● 100% Polyester Interlock, 4.0 ounces per square yard
● Moisture wicking, Odor resistant, Stain release
● Ultra tight knit resists snagging
● UPF 30
To be guaranteed your shirt size, you must register by January 21, 2017.
A courses are subject to change if the weather or park service demands it.
Sunrise for Salinas, CA: 7:08 AM
Sunset for Salinas, CA: 5:32 PM
Drop Bags and Headlamps
With the sunrise on Feb. 4th being at 7:08 AM, all runners should start the 100K race with a headlamp. Headlamps can be left at any aid station after they are no longer needed, and will be delivered to the S/F area along with drop bags after the aid station closes. Any runner who expects to be running beyond 6:00 PM should also plan on having a headlamp in one of their drop bags.
Drop bags will be available at 3 different aid stations (which you will pass a total of 5 times):
1) Skyline AS: Mile 20.9
2) Creekside AS: Mile 26.7
3) Laguna Seca AS: Mile 39.2
4) Skyline AS: Mile 42.3
5) Creekside AS: Mile 48.1
All drop bags must be left at the designated spot near the Finish line by 5:45 AM.
Runner crew are able to reach every aid station, however only the Laguna Seca, Creekside and Toro aid stations are accessible without a lengthy hike.
Pacers may join runners at the Laguna Seca Aid Station, mile 39.2.
Inside Trail Racing aid stations are replete with an optimal variety of glycogen-replenishing, electrolyte-replacing products. The following is a list of some of the foods and beverages each aid station may provide: Gu Energy gels and chews, all-natural nutrition bars from Larabar, trail mix, pretzels, potato chips, Oreo cookies, Pop Tarts, boiled potatoes with salt, Coke, Mountain Dew, Ginger Ale, water, Tailwind Endurance Fuel, PB&J sandwiches, M&M’s, Mike & Ike’s, salt tablets, and tangerines. Aid stations are also equipped with general first aid items but no anti-inflammatory medicine. As distances between aid station vary, we strongly encourage all runners to carry at least one 20oz bottle during their run.
Tailwind is mixed so that it contains 180 – 200 calories per 20 fluid ounces.
|100K – Male||Ryan Neely||26||2016||7:45:00|
|100K – Female||Kimberly O’Donnell||25||2016||9:26:32|