Schlitz Park Miler RunWalk
East of N. 2nd Street on W. Pleasant St.
Open To The Public
June 24, 2014 5:30 p.m.
Following in the footsteps of such popular races as New York’s Fifth Annual Mile and Rockford's State Street Mile, the second annual Schlitz Park Miler returns. Run or walk a challenging one mile USTFA-certified course that twists, turns, climbs and descends through the historic Schlitz Park neighborhood.
EARLY BIRD PRICING TO MARCH 1st -- JUST $10. TENANTS 50% OFF
ON-LINE REGISTRATION: HERE
Brochure to come.
Course Map: Here
2013 Parking Map: Here
Awards: Cash awards ($100, $60 & $40) to top three male and female finishers ages 18-39 and 40+. Break the men's 4:29 and women's 5:00 course record and win an additional $100. Plus $50 gift certificate to fastest man and woman from Performance Running Outfitters.
Bottle opener key chain/medals to top three male and female finishers in each age group. Stay tuned for additional prizes for top finishers.
Divisions: M/F 0-18, 18-29, 30-39, 40-49, 50-59, 60-69, 70+
Perks: Gender specific technical T-shirt (Guaranteed for race day pick up when registered by June 1.) $10 shoes discount coupon from Performance Running Outfitters.
Official Running Store Partner is Performance Running Outfitters.
Post Race: Men’s professional bike race. Refreshments available free and for sale. ONE FREE BEER per participant with ID. Must show ID to be served.
Fee: General public: $10 through March 1, $20 March 2 - June 16, $25 race day. Tenants and two guests receive 50% off current registration fee. (Contact Tracey for code.)
Onsite race day 11-1 and 3p -5p at Yellow RACC Trailer
Location: Schlitz Park: TOAD Start Finish Line just east of N. 2nd Street on W. Pleasant St., Milwaukee, WI
Start Time: 5:30p Single wave, chip timed
The Schlitz Park Miler is an ancillary event to the 11-day Tour of America’s Dairyland Pro-Am bicycling race presented by Wisconsin Milk Marketing Board. The series rolls into bicycle friendly Schlitz Park, the only corporate complex to host, and features one of the most technical and challenging courses in the entire series.