Online registration will close at midnight on Thursday the 15th. You can register by phone on Friday from 9 am to 4 pm by calling the JDRF office at (916) 920-0790. We will be able to register you at the race start on Saturday beginning at 7 am, but registering early will help to expedite the check in process.
Directions and Check In
The Magnolia trail head is located across from Hart 2 Hart Vineyards. You can plug their address into your GPS: 5821 CA State Hwy 49 Pilot Hill, CA 95664. Hart 2 Hart will also provide overflow parking when the Magnolia lot is full.
Check in will open at 7 am and the race starts at 8 am. Please visit the check in table when you arrive to pick up your shirt, chip, bib and swag bag. Remember to return your timing chip before you leave!
Visit our friends at Hart 2 Hart Vineyards after the race - they will donate the $5 tasting fee and 10% of your wine purchase to JDRF!
On May 17th, JDRF will be putting on our Third Annual Coloma River Run. Check out this hidden gem as you explore challenging terrain and breathtaking views, all in Sacramento's backyard. We are expecting to sell out at 300 runners this year, so be sure to sign up early. Join other runners or bring your friends and family to join you for a memorable and fun filled event.
The Coloma River Run has courses for runners of all abilities, from a 5K that is mostly flat and a beautiful morning jog, to the more challenging 10K and 10-mile courses that have been called the "Toughest 10 on Trail!" Be sure to stick around after the race for awards, music and snacks.
Registration - 7:00 am
Shotgun Start - 8:00 am
Registration fee is $40 through April, and will raise to $50 on May 1st. Registration includes a tech tshirt, bib and timing.
Race start is at the Magnolia Trailhead at Cronan Ranch Regional Trails.
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For questions about the terrain, course or training, contact the Race Director, Roger Leasure at email@example.com.
For questions about registration or JDRF, contact Allie Delehant at firstname.lastname@example.org or (916) 920-0790.
Local time: 6:50 AM