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This event was rescheduled from March 24th to April 7th due to snow and trail conditions.
Conway Robinson State Forest is always a hit! It's a fast and fun venue for the Spring Thaw. This 444-acre forest nestled in the heart of suburbia has fast, not-technical single and double track that is just a ton of fun for running (and riding). The trails are a perfect length for a single loop 5K and two loop 10K course.
Our 6th annual Spring Thaw Trail Series offers five weekends of trail runs (and mountain bike races, too, if you like) on three different trail networks to challenge all abilities. Race once or a few times, or tackle all the Thaws (at an amazing price)! Want to mountain bike, too? Awesome. Check out our Spring Thaw MTB events held on the same day at Wilderness Adventure at Eagle Landing, Early Mountain Vineyards, Conway Robinson State Forest, and Pocahontas!
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Invite your friends to join you at the Spring Thaw at Conway Robinson and RACE FOR FREE. If you get 3 friends to sign up using your special referral link you get during sign up, you will receive a refund of $10! Want even more money back? For each 3 referred signups you get after the initial 3, you will get an additional $10 refund.
You can keep referring your friends and have them sign up until you earn your original registration fee back.
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