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Welcome to another installment of the Oregon Brewery Running Series PodcastInspiring Oregonians to Get Active, Have Fun, and Give Back. We host family-friendly, 5K fun runs that start and end at some of Oregon’s best breweries.

Today on the podcast, I sit down again with Matt Rasmussen from the Run Oregon Blog to discuss other races you can run this fall to help you stay active even when the weather starts to turn a little crummy.  As you know, we’re all about helping people get active. Of course, we want you to show up and do that at our events, but we also want to introduce you to some of the other amazing races taking place around the PAcific Northwest. While the vast majority of the races we mention are in Oregon, the Run Oregon race calendar does list runs from all over.

Matt and I grabbed a beer at Base Camp Brewing, in SE PDX recently. Our final run of 2018 is taking place there on November 3, so I thought it would make a good meeting spot. Not only did we talk about a whole bunch of upcoming races, but also how each of our summer running has gone, as well as a whole bunch of other random topics. Don’t worry, I edited most of that out, but there’s still plenty of banter for you to enjoy. There are all sorts of distances, from the 5k to full marathon, and everything in between.

Listen now and enjoy!

Fall 2018 Races

For a complete list of ALL the races in Oregon, Washington, Idaho and beyond, check out the Run Oregon Blog race calendar. It’s LOADED with all kinds of interesting ways to test your limits and have fun while getting active. Below are ones we talked about in this episode. Even if it’s passed for this year, make sure to check it out for next year!

Thanks again to Matt Rasmussen from the Run Oregon Blog for taking the time to share some other cool races with us.

ABOUT US

The Oregon Brewery Running Series is about inspiring Oregonians to Get Active, Have Fun, and Give Back. We host family-friendly, 5K fun runs that start and end at some of Oregon’s best breweries. Register for our next run here! If you’d like to join us at one of our next runs, register with promo code RunOregon5, all one word, and you’ll get $5 off your entry. Our theme music, the Oregon Song, is written and performed by James Hoffman.