2018 Bridgefest 5000
Come and run or walk with or in front of your family, friends, and neighbors. This race is your only opportunity to run/walk through downtown Hancock and Houghton and over the Portage Lake Lift Bridge on closed streets.
The 2018 Bridgefest 5000 is going to be held on June 15, 2018 at 7 pm.
Preceding the 2018 Bridgefest parade is the first-ever Bridgefest 5000 (5K, 3.1 mile) road race and non-competitive walk – starting at the west end of downtown Hancock and finishing in Houghton – with proceeds to support 31 Backpacks in their mission to combat childhood hunger in Houghton and Keweenaw counties. You can participate in this new event and not miss the parade too! The finish will be in Bridgeview Park in Houghton, just a block off the parade route.
This will be a first-class event with T-Shirts for all participants, professional chip timing and results, an accurate distance with mile splits, age group awards, and safe race conditions. Not to mention probable great weather and an awesome time racing in front of a huge crowd!
Add to your Bridgefest experience with a fun, new event. Improve your physical fitness, set a goal, challenge yourself, and enjoy the comradery of your community both on the course and lining both sides of the street as you go by. This is a great warm-up event to prep for the Canal Run in Hancock (July 21, 2018).
$20 per participant until June 4, 2018
$25 late registration after June 4, 2018 including day of race
$50 family registration fee until June 4, 2018 (up to 2 adults and all minor children of a nuclear family up to 6), save $30 for a family of 4!
T-Shirts included for all participants, even for race day registration. We’ll mail you your shirt after the event if we have to!
Race Day registration and pre-registration check-in/packet pick-up on Scott St between Quincy St and Hancock St (behind Krist Oil) in Hancock, 4:30 – 6:30pm.
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