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Welcome to Sasquatch Racing

I don’t know if you’ve noticed, but Sasquatch has become entrenched in popular culture. Sasquatch is in beef jerky ads, movies, beer commercials, and on trucker hats and t-shirts. There’s even a Sasquatch music festival. Exactly what Sasquatch represents is open to interpretation.

We see Sasquatch as a fun loving, free-wheeling creature who enjoys loping around on trails in the woods (or occasionally on the road) and who marches to the beat of a different drummer. Sasquatch is an individual, a rebel, a creature who defies convention and boundaries.

We think runners are rebels, individuals, unconventional thinkers, and folks who march to the beat of their own drum, kind of like our friend Sasquatch. So to us, Sasquatch is the perfect mascot for our company.

So run strong, run for fun, run for a medal, or run in a costume. At Sasquatch Racing, we want you to run your way, or as we like to think of it, “run like a Sasquatch.”



Latest News:

Honey Badger Pre-Race Lowdown 2014

IF YOU COLLECTED YOUR BIB BEFORE RACE DAY, DON’T FORGET IT! This may seem pretty basic, but we have had people from previous races forget to bring their bib on race day. Please remember to bring your bib as it’s the most critical piece of information by which we identify you! BIB/SHIRT PICKUP ON RACE […]

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Honey Badger Tune Up Run Cheat Sheet 2014

Honey Badger 10KM Cheat Sheet: Start/Finish: Miwok Meadows Follow Shoreline Trail heading out of START/FINISH Stay on the marked Trail for 1 Mile – Do Not Exit Onto Roadway – Head in the direction of Back Ranch on Shoreline Trail STRAIGHT on Shoreline Trail past sign that reads “Campground” LEFT UPHILL on Shoreline Trail around […]

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Sasquatch Scramble 5K/10K/Half 2014 Cheat Sheet

The course will be well marked on race day with red tape (half marathoners), blue tape (10K), and yellow tape (5K). That being said, we’d encourage you to print out a copy of the following ‘cheat sheet’ which contains all the turn-by-turn directions for each distance. Sasquatch Scramble 5K/10K/Half Cheat Sheet 2014

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