Breckenridge 100 – James Lindenblatt Memorial
Breckenridge 100 Video
Breckenridge 100 Event Highlights:
- Finals in the Rocky Mountain Endurance Series.
Why not take the test this summer?
Welcome to Colorado’s premier off-road ultra endurance race, the 9th annual Breckenridge 100. This incredible course climbs 13,719 feet over 100 miles.
Join us for the Finals of the RME Series, where we will crown the Series Champions.
So start studying: the test is waiting for you on Sunday July 14th! Featuring a sprawling course nestled between 3 ski resorts; participants are treated with a unique combination of beauty and challenge. The unique cloverleaf style loops bring you back through Carter Park before embarking on your next challenge.
Our renowned course architect has linked together an amazing network of backcountry trails, roads, double track and bike paths that will take you beyond your typical boundaries. From start to finish, you will be both pampered and pushed to your limit at the same time. You’ll cross the Continental Divide three times, climb 12,000 foot passes, and forge high mountain streams while returning to the support and encouragement of staff, friends and teammates who are waiting for you in historic downtown Breckenridge.
B-68 and B-32
Welcome to the 8th annual B-68 Marathon Race and 6th Annual B-32 Half Marathon Race; featuring the second and third loops of big brother Breckenridge 100. The B-68 course is a unique combination of mountainous terrains, gaining approximately 9,000 feet. Two distinct cloverleaf style loops await competitors. The B-32 races over the high alpine, technically challenging Loop 2 only.
Sunday, July 14, 2013. No license required.
- Breckenridge 100 Ultra – Starts 6:00 am
- B-68 Marathon – Starts 10:30 am
- B-32 Half Marathon – Starts 10:45 am All races mass start under neutral rollout.
A rewarding opportunity is also available to those non-racers who are interested in joining our volunteer race crew. Discounts on entry fees are available to racers, or just be a good samaritan and help support the athletes. You will assist with registration, timing and scoring, aid stations, marshalling and more. Race course marshals are needed to help direct racers along course during the race. It is approximately 5 hours of time, and each volunteer will receive a crew t-shirt, lunch, and great satisfaction in knowing they are helping raise money for Mountain Hope hippotherapy program which uses horses as equestrian therapy for children with disabilities. A race like the Breckenridge 100 relies heavily on volunteer support and your contribution is sincerely appreciated. Please email us and let us know if you are interested in being part of this unique event.
Directions and Parking
From Denver, go west on I-70 to Frisco/Breckenridge exit (203) and go south on Hwy 9 that turns into Main Street Breckenridge. There is limited parking on French Street on west side of Carter Park. There is additional parking at the Steven C. Ice Arena on Boreas Pass Road, just 2 blocks south of Carter Park. To get to Carter Park, turn east off of Main Street onto Jefferson Street and go up 3 blocks.To get to Steven C. Ice Arena, turn east on Boreas Pass Road, which is on the south edge of town at the last stoplight by the Conoco station.To get to River Mountain Lodge, go south through town, turn west on S Park Ave at stoplight to 100 S. Park. Do not drive into the underground parking with bicycle on your roof!!
Link to .pdf of Town Map