January 18th, 2014
It’s once again time to lace up your shoes and break out your mountain bikes for the 2014 Rio Bravo Rumble. If you have been part of this event before then you know you’re in for one heck of a time. For those newbies out there looking to take part for the first time, you’ll soon understand why this event has continued to grow into one of the premier events in Central California.
As always, this event is presented by Glinn & Giordano Physical Therapy with support from Clifford & Brown, Leo Mark Hinds, Thomas Mestmaker, Guinn Construction, Clif Bar, Wonderful Pistachios, Fiji Water, POM wonderful, Paramount Citrus, the new “Halos” and Multi-Business Systems.
ONLINE REGISTRATION IS NOW OPEN
Mail in 2014 RBR Registration Form
Participants WILL NOT be able to pick up pre-registration packets for other participants without waiver signed by participant. Click Here-> Rumble Waiver Mail in with Reg Form above!!
RACE DAY REGISTRATION WILL BE 7:30-8:30
REGISTRATION INFORMATION: Pre-registration event packet pick-up will be held on Friday, January 17th from 3-6pm at Glinn & Giordano Physical Therapy located at 2701 Calloway Drive #400, Bakersfield, CA 93312 (major crossroads are Rosedale Hwy and Calloway Drive). Timing chips will be distributed in the race packets. You will be charged a $20 fee if you do not return the timing chip.
Must be post marked by January 10th to avoid the late fee!
ALL PROCEEDS WILL BENEFIT BIKE BAKERSFIELD
RACE CATEGORIES: RACES START AT 9:00AM
Individual Biathlon: 10k run then a 20mi mtn bike (male or female) $45
Team Biathlon: 10k run then a 20mi mtn bike (all male, all female or mixed) $70
Solo Events: 5k run/walk, 10k run, moderate 13 mi mtn bike (no single track) or hard 20 mi mtn bike (7 miles single track). $35
Almost 1/2 Marathon: 12-13ish mile run on fire roads. Very Challenging!! $45
Kids Races: Starts at approximately 12:00pm. Registration will be on the day of the event. Free
************$10 late fee after January 10th, 2014**************
** All races are categorized by age.
** The kids’ race is one of the highlights each year. Two courses are available: older kids and younger kids with each course varying in length and difficulty. Typically ages 3-7 and ages 8-12, but may change based on kids present.
Click HERE for the running race maps. The blue course is the 10k run, the red course is the 1/2 marathon. The 5k uses the second part of the blue 10 k course.
Click HERE for the mtn bike course. The 20 mile course uses most of this old 16 mile map.
Race maps will be provided in each racers registration bag.
CHECK OUT THE RACE VIDEO
(CLICK ON THE MOVIE REEL)