2020 Cougar Mountain Summer Series!Thanks to *all* who participated at the 2019 Cougar Mountain Race Series! It's time to start thinking about 2020! Every second Saturday from June through August and September 5th (Fingers crossed! We're delayed due to Covid, so let's keep staying safe!), you'll find us at some of the best trails our region has to offer, offering you a multitude of race distances and types to satisfy the hardened veteran along with the trail novice. Whether you race, designatedly-drive a racer to the race, volunteer, or just show up and pretend to be involved in order to get some free Domino's pizza and Flying Lion Brewing beer, let's get the 2020 part started! REGISTER TODAY!
Saturday, June 13, 2020. 5.1 & 10.8 mile
Saturday, July 11, 2020. 8.2 & 14.5 mile + 5 km: 9:00 am start (5 km + 10min)
Saturday, August 8, 2020. 10.8 & 19.5 mile + 5 km: 99:00 am start (5 km + 10min)
Saturday, September 5, 2020. 14.5 & 26.2 mile + 5 km: 8:30 am start (5 km + 10min)
Sunday, October 27, 2019. 19.5 mile & 50 km + 7.6 mi: 8:00 am start (5 km + 10min)
The easiest way to get faster is to inject human growth hormones into your body. The next best way is to train naturally and consistently and meeting us for workouts every Wednesday evening! We meet at the Garfield HS track and we'll start running at 6:30. Keep an eye on our Facebook or Twitter for any changes in the schedule. Workouts are free and open to standing club members. Non members are welcome to come give the workouts a trial run.
[Est ‘03] Weekly runs on trail, road & track
Training for x-c, marathons & ultras
Please see official announcement re: Coronavirus
The long-standing favorite! $15 of every entry fee goes directly to King County Parks Dept! Race distances:
May: 5.1mi & 10.8mi; June: 5k, 8.2mi, & 14.5mi; July: 5k, 10.8mi, &19.5mi; August: 5k, 14.5mi, & 26.2mi; October: 7.6mi, 19.5mi, and 50k in October
Our annual FREE-FOR-MEMBERS (and cheap for non-members) celebration! Drink (for free) Flying Lion Beer before each loop (or sub your own non-alcoholic fizzy drink if you’d prefer). Do 1 loop or do them all!
Location: Bridle Trails State Park, Kirkland WA
Race Distances: 5mi, 10mi, 50k, and 50k pairs + teams (up to six per team)
Terrain: Relatively flat and well-groomed trails. Can get muddy.
Registration: Coming soon!