Working on a New Year’s Resolution? Mark up your calendar with these fitness events in Monterey County to keep you on track and motivated all year long!
Sea Otter Classic
April 19-22, 2018
A four-day "Celebration of Cycling," the Subaru Sea Otter Classic powered by SRAM
Big Sur International Marathon
April 29, 2018
Don’t let a full marathon intimidate you! The Big Sur International Marathon is easily one of the most scenic 26.2 miles you can get your feet on- when else can you champion across the Bixby Bridge on Highway One? Still not convinced, sign-up for a marathon relay, 12KUpdates h or 5K run.
June 9, 2018
Become a dignified Spartan at Toro Park and take on the “Super Course” where you will be challenged with grueling hills, punishing obstacles and mouthy drill sergeants to push you along the way. The 8+ mile Spartan Race packs more than 25 signature Spartan obstacles including the barb wire crawl, tire drag, fire jump and monkey net.
Salinas Valley Half Marathon
August 4, 2018
Take in the fresh air and enjoy the breathtaking beauty of the "Salad Bowl of the World" during the Salinas Valley Half Marathon. You will be delighted with stunning sights along Salinas Valley's Foothill and River Roads along the Santa Lucia mountain range and best of all the after-party is held at a winery! Cheers!
Monterey Beach SportsFest
September 22-23 2018
Bring the family out for a beach day as you compete in one of the land and/or sea events at the Monterey Beach SportsFest. Here you can test your endurance in a variety of events like open-water swims, beach volleyball, ocean water polo, and a Splash and Dash. The two-day fitness festival also hosts an Ikaika Challenge which is a combination of swimming, strength and running.
Big Sur Half Marathon on Monterey Bay
November 11, 2018
The 13.1 mile Half Marathon on Monterey Bay route is a breeze! With unparalleled views of the Monterey Bay to keeping you occupied it will be hard to get your head back in the race. The stunning stretch of roadway covers iconic hot spots like Cannery Row, Lovers Point, Pacific Grove Golf Links and finishes off at the Old Fisherman’s Wharf.