Wednesday, October 19, 2016

Bowman Adventure Run

Bowman Adventure Run - 2016 Online Registration 
Event Date: Saturday, October 29, 2016, Event Time: 2 pm
Online registration ends: 10/27/2016 at Noon, EST 

Bowman Adventure Run 5K
USATF Certified: MA12037JK

Come join us for the 5th Annual Bowman Adventure Run, a road and trail race not to be missed!
Enjoy 3.1 miles through the streets and hills of the Bowman neighborhood, ending with the Dunback Meadow boardwalk and trails…lace-up your running shoes and come be part of the adventure!

 Registration is for the 5K - not the kids fun run!

Date: Saturday, October 29, 2016
Time: 2 pm 
Pre Registration: $20 until October 16th   $25 after October 16th and on race day
Race packet pickup (with bib numbers) will be done on Friday, October 28th from 3 pm- 5 pm at the Bowman Elementary School 9 Philip Road, Lexington

*Look for the Bowman Adventure Run table outside on the blacktop near the flagpole. (If inclement weather look for us under the shade structure behind the school @ playground).
The start and finish will be in front of the Bowman Elementary School, 9 Phillips Rd, Lexington MA.

Race will be Chip timed by North Shore Timing Company using the MyLaps Bib Tag System

It’s a road race. It’s a trail run. It’s a super way to spend an autumn Saturday with your friends, family and Bowman Community. There’s something for everyone. Lace ’em up for the Kids Fun Run. Enjoy the 5K through the Bowman neighborhood and its Big Backyard, followed by post-race festivities. Come join the Adventure and help Bowman celebrate its 50th year!
5th Annual Bowman Adventure 5K Run
Saturday, October 29th @ 2pm
Kids Fun Run @ 1:30 pm
Post Race Party to Follow
About the Course
This unique 5K will take off from Bowman, lead you through the rolling hills of the neighborhood and onto Bacon Street, a gravel road leading to Dunback Meadow. The last mile covers boardwalks and trails that are part of the extensive conservation land in Lexington. You will then cross the Bowman fields and the finish line on Worthen Road East. Click hereto view the 5K and Kids Fun Run courses.
Please note: this adventure is for all ages but if you are under the age of 11, please participate with an adult.
Kids Fun Run
This year, the KFR will take place before the 5K so all you parents can cheer on your kids and run the 5K. The 3/4-mile course leaves from the front entrance of Bowman down Worthen Road East to Philip Road and back to Bowman. It’s complete with a water stop and finisher awards. Register the morning of the event to sign a waiver. This year the KFR will be free. Donations for Bowman will be accepted at the table.
Register for the 5K adventure today!
Register online at Bowman Adventure Run REGISTRATION before Oct 27th or the day of the race. Registration prior to October 16th will be $20 and after will be $25. Race packets will be available for pickup at Bowman School on Friday, October 28th (day prior to race) from 3:00 pm- 5:00 pm. Look for the Adventure Run table outside near rolling car pickup / at flagpole for your packet with bib number and shirt for the first 150 registrants!
Or register by mail using the Mail-In Adventure Run Registration form.
Race Opportunities
If you’d like to VOLUNTEER to be part of this race, please go to our online Volunteer sign up.
Interested in becoming a SPONSOR of the 5th Annual Bowman Adventure Run?  Please contact us at
* About Lexington Conservation Land
Lexington has more than 1,400 acres of conservation land, over 10% of the town, an impressive figure for a community so close to Boston. Conservation land provides the space to experience fresh air, green leaves, and the pleasure of a stroll through the woods right here in our own community. Conservation land also protects many beneficial functions that nature performs for us, such the flood control, water quality improvement, and air purification. And because all of Lexington was once farmland, forest, or wetland, conservation land helps to preserve the historic character of our town. When exploring Lexington’s conservation land, consider the hard work that many citizens and friends have contributed toward protecting and caring for these important properties. Conservation land is protected by the Conservation Commission and cared for by the Lexington Conservation Stewards, a group of citizen volunteers. Learn more

No comments:

Post a Comment