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Race Day


10:00 am – Bag Check opens
10:40 am – Pre-race briefing at the Bandshell (all must attend!)
11:00 am – Race start!
11:00 am – Beer Garden opens
1 pm – Awards/Prizes in the beer garden
4pm – Beer Garden closes

Food and water station

There will be a food and water station at the start/finish line. Participants will be able to grab water as they complete their first loop. There will then be water and snacks available as you cross the finish line. Please be aware that this race is a cup less event. You must bring your own cup/bottle to fill water. This is to reduce our impact on the environment.

Bag Check

Bag check will be available at the small, upper picnic shelter. This will be clearly signed.
Please bring your own small bag (no large items e.g. bikes, suitcases etc.) with anything you may need for after the race. Please clearly label your bag with your full name and bib number.

We will always have volunteers at the shelter managing your baggage, however we can’t be responsible for any loss or damage of items, and you leave your items at your own risk.

How to get here

Queen’s park is a busy park! On the day of this event the arena will still be functioning and there are other events happening throughout the park. Therefore, parking may be limited so please plan accordingly.


If you live in the area, we encourage walking to the event! This is the most environmentally friendly way to get to the park and a great way to warm up before the race start.



If you’re coming from out of town, then the Skytrain is the best option to get to New Westminster. Get off at either the New Westminster or Columbia station.


Coming from the Skytrain station?

Hop on the 105 Bus. The route starts at New West Station, stops at Columbia station and then passes right by Queen’s Park. Find the schedule here: 105.

Coming from Quayside?

Hop on the 103 Bus. Starting at Renaissance Square, the bus then follows Quayside drive. Get off at 1st and Agnes St. for a short walk to the start line. Find the schedule here: 103.






We are privileged and honoured to live and work on the traditional and unceded territories of the Coastal Salish Peoples including the xʷməθkʷəy̓əm (Musqueam), səlilwətaɬ (Tsleil-Waututh), Sḵwx̱wú7mesh (Squamish) and qiqéyt (Qayqayt) First Nations.


Interested in helping us with this event?

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