Second Chance Drawing for Race to Robie Creek Registration
The Race to Robie Creek is known as "the toughest race in the Northwest". It's a 13.1-mile course that takes runners up Rocky Canyon and over the 4,797-foot Aldape Summit, then down to the Robie Creek Campground.
Registration for the 40th annual Race to Robie Creek, started at noon yesterday and as usual, it sold out very quickly. 2,100 slots were gone in 12 mins and 9 seconds!
The race is Saturday, April 15 and this year's theme is Retro Robie: 40 years of pain and suffering.
If you didn’t get a spot, there’s a second chance drawing that runs through this Sunday at 5 p.m. You still have a chance to get in on the toughest race in the Northwest!
About a month after this race, join us for the Susan G. Komen Race for the Cure in downtown Boise on Saturday, May 13! Join our MIX 106 Peeka-Boo-Bees team HERE!
You have less than a week to get your spot for only $19! Hope to see you there!