NEW FOR 2017 – Born to Run Ultra Festival
THE B2R MIDNIGHT ULTRA and THE B2R DOUBLE (Start Midnight Friday 24 March)
B2R ULTRA (Starts 9AM Saturday 25 March)
Enter Online or by Post
MIDNIGHT B2R ULTRA – ENTRY FORM
Early Bird – Affiliated £23 Unaffiliated £25
After April 30th 2016 Affiliated £28 Unaffiliated £30
DOUBLE – ENTRY FORM
Early Bird – Affiliated £48 Unaffiliated £50
After April 30th 2016 Affiliated £53 Unaffiliated £55
B2R ULTRA – ENTRY FORM
Early Bird – Affiliated £28 Unaffiliated £30
After April 30th 2016 Affiliated £33 Unaffiliated £35
ROUTE PROFILE AVAILABLE ON REQUEST
On 25 March 2017 WRB shall be hosting the ‘Born to Run’ Ultra Marathon Festival along routes 4 and 47 of the National Cycle Network, including magnificent views across Loughor Estuary to the Gower Peninsula. The race distance is approximately 40 miles for the single night or day race or approximately 80 miles for the double. For the night race/first half of the double you will be required to be self sufficient although we will strive to have as many marshalls/first aiders on route as possible. The race shall start and finish at Bynea Cycle Club. Course profile and route available on request. The course is officially mixed terrain but predominantly tarmac. Entries are now open.
- Places are limited to 100 (B2R Ultra), 25 (Midnight B2R) and 25 (Double Ultra)
- Please see entry forms for event cut offs
- The entrance fee will include amongst other things race support (for B2R ultra only), goody bag (judged by many to be the best goody bag ever) and a beer or drink of your choice at the end. It is felt that accepting this number of entries, whilst allowing for more runners, will not affect the personal touch which we feel is so important.
- Entries accepted by post , email and bacs (see entry form for more details) or by online entry (see link)
- It shall be communicated on here and to participants when the race is full.
- Expenses per participant shall be high with the runner’s enjoyment, a memorable goody bag and safety being of paramount importance.