The Iron Duck Relay is a unique combination of running, biking, watersports, and disc golf. The 7 leg course is a relatively short and swift 14 miles, which most teams and some individuals will complete in one to two hours. The course utilizes Alton Baker, Skinner Butte, and Maurie Jacobs Parks sidewalks and trails, the Ruth Bascom Bicycle Trail, Pre’s Trail, The Defazio and Ferry Street Bridges, the Alton Baker Park Canoe Canal and Disc Golf Course, and the Willamette River. All participants must be prepared to fully self support themselves and their team mates in this event. Most sports equipment needed to complete the Iron Duck Relay can be rented in advance from our sponsors. A very limited amount of sports equipment will be available on site to rent on race day. All participants will be required to follow the Course Guide Rules and waivers to participate in this event. Iron Duck Relay sponsors and vendors will be in Alton Baker Park on race day from 12pm to 6pm to show and explain related sports equipment. The Iron Duck Relay will begin with a mass start at 2PM. A Finish Line Party for all participants and spectators will begin at 3PM.
Iron Duck Relay sponsors and other local Eugene sports shops will be happy to rent equipment for the Iron Duck Relay in advance of the event. A very limited amount of sports equipment will be available for rental at Alton Baker Park on race day. Participants looking for sports equipment should note their needs and search on the “Finding Team Members” tab.
So you really want to come join the Iron Duck Relay but you are not up to doing it solo and all your friends are couch potatoes? Or is your team one person short? Here you can find a team to join or find a team member to round out your seven person squad! This is an awesome way to meet new people with similiar interests.