PPTC Cherry Tree 10 Mile Relay
February 18, 2018Start time: 10:00 AM
THE RACE FOR THE HARDCORE IS BACK!
On Sunday, February 18, 2018, join us for the 21st Annual Prospect Park Track Club Cherry Tree 10-Miler & Relay. Both races will begin at 10:00 a.m. SHARP.
This is the registration page for the three-person relay. If you want to register as an individual in our 10-miler, please click here.
Three loops of Prospect Park, starting and finishing on East Drive near the Lakeside Center, across from the Lincoln Road entrance. Each relay team member will do one full loop.
There will be baggage check at the Bluestone Café at the Lakeside Center. Toilets at start/finish, two water stations on the course plus at Finish area. Bagels, spreads, fruit and hot chocolate will be available at the Bluestone Café at Lakeside Center.
Prerace Packet Pickup Is TBD
|Sun 2/18||Bluestone Café at Lakeside Center||8:00-9:30 a.m.|
|Through November 30, 11:59 p.m.||$60||(refer to Individual page)|
|Through January 31, 11:59 p.m.||$90|
|Through February 1st, 11:59 p.m.||$105|
|At packet pickup*||$120|
|Race Day*||Not available|
*In-person registration will be available if space permits; however, there will be no race day registration for relay teams. Online registration will end at 11:59 p.m., February 15.
PPTC members receive an automatic 15% discount, provided they have joined or renewed their membership through the NYCRUNS website.
If your PPTC member discount is not reflected in your registration price, please do not complete your payment until you email email@example.com so we can fix the issue.
If you are not a member of PPTC and would like to join, please click here.
Relay teams: fastest team in each gender; fastest coed team; fastest team where sum of age is over 150; fastest team where sum of age is under 60.
Individuals: refer to Individual page
Closest subway is the Q at Prospect Park. (The B train does not run on weekends.) Please check MTA Trip Planner for directions and service changes.
If you are driving you can find directions on Google Maps – please be aware that street parking may be limited, so we encourage you to use mass transit. We anticipate the Lakeside Center parking lot will be unavailable.
In the interest of safety, the use of headphones is strongly discouraged; pets and strollers are prohibited.
The 10-Miler and Relay are capped at a total of 1,500 entrants combined. The official time limit is 2 hours, 30 minutes (15 minutes per mile).
The standard no refunds, no deferrals, no transfers policies apply for this race.