Leg 1) ROAD RUN: Sidewalks and Bridges, DeFazio and Ferry Street Bridges... Twice! 1.8 MILES
Leg 2) ROAD BIKE: Ruth Bascom Bike Trail via Greenway and DeFazio Bridges. 4.4 MILES
Leg 3) KAYAK/CANOE: On the Willamette River! Alton Baker Park launch to Eugene Rec River House/Beach. 1.9 MILES
Leg 4) MOUNTAIN BIKE: Through Maurie Jacob and Skinner Butte Parks. Return to Alton Baker Park via DeFazio Bridge. 3.0 MILES
Leg 5) TRAIL RUN: Pre’s Trail through Alton Baker Park to landing on Canoe Canal near Autzen Stadium. 1.8 MILES
Leg 6) SUP: Downstream on Canoe Canal to Alton Baker Park. 2 Portages! 0.8 MILES
Leg 7) DISC GOLF RUN: 4 Holes of Disc Golf as fast as you can run and then sprint to the nish! 0.6 MILES
Below are the maps for each leg of the 2019 Iron Duck Relay. All of these maps are included in the official "Iron Duck Race Guide".
You can view the full course map or download a printable copy by clicking the appropriate link below.
The Iron Duck Relay divisions are a little different than some other races, so please review them carefully.
|Open||Womens, Mens or Mixed. Ages 14+|
|The Iron Duck Greeks||Teams can be from a single Sorority/Fraternity House or multiple Houses.|
|Iron Duck Adolescents||All members must have or be attending high school in 2019. Ages 14+|
|The Iron Duck Solo||Mens and womens individuals who will go the full course as a solo participant.|
|The Iron Duck Masters||Womens, Mens or Mixed. Ages 60+|
|Open Unlimited||Any mix of women or men. This division is a wide open non-competive have fun category. See Note Below|
|The Iron Duck Kids||All team members 13 years of age or under.|
|The Iron Duck Family||All team members are related.|
Open Team Unlimited allows for the use of Tandem Bikes, 2 Person Canoes, 2 Person SUPs, wheelchairs, roller skates, circus tricycles, innertubes, etc. An Open Unlimited Team can have up to ten team members.
|Mixed||Any combination of males or females.|
|Womens||All team members are female.|
|Mens||All team members are male.|
We all want to have a great time, and a trip to Urgent Care usually doesn't qualify. What you find below are some basics about course safety and guidelines. Full detailed information and rules can be found in the the Iron Duck Relay Race Guide.
The Iron Duck Relay is a FULLY OPEN COURSE, meaning open to the public, traffic, etc. We make every effort to design the course to be safe for participants, but ultimately, it is your responsibility to be aware of your surroundings.
Teams and individual participants in The Iron Duck Relay will be REQUIRED to go through race orientation and a safety briefing at the time of check-in or prior to the start of the event on race day.
Personal Floatation Devices will be required to be used by all participants while on the water legs of the Iron Duck Relay. You will be required to show your PFD and it's proper fit at check in on the day of the race. Failure to comply will result in immeadite disqualifaction and removal from the course.
Bike helmets will be required to be worn by all participants while on their bicyle or mountain bike. You will be required to show your helmet at check in on the day of the race and demonstrate it's proper fit, Failure to comply will result in immeadite disqualifaction and removal from the course.
The Iron Duck Relay Race Guide is THE document you need for all of your answers (we think) to questions about Race Day!
We encourage all participants, volunteers as well as their friends and family to join us for a great time at the finish line. Track Town Pizza will be serving FREE pizza to all Iron Duck Relay participants and volunteers at the finish line!