Mix 96.5’s Race To The Taps

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Mix 96.5’s Race To The Taps

Thanks for being part of the Mix 96.5 Race To The Taps at New Belgium! Click here for results!

Two More Races To Go – Register Now!

See photos from New Belgium Brewing’s Race to the Taps here!

Our season includes four brewery inspired 5-milers around Western North Carolina, to help you keep your resolutions all year. Tap one race, or tap them all! All races are appropriate for both runners and walkers in the neighborhoods surrounding each of our host locations. Pets and strollers are not allowed on any of the race courses. All races start at 11 am with a 9:30 am packet pick up at our host brewery. Click the links below to register for our remaining races online while prices are the lowest.

  • Sept. 30: Oskar Blues Brewery, Brevard
  • Oct. 28: The Wedge Brewing, River Arts District
  • Have closets filled with race shirts? You can save even more money by registering with the “shirt-free” options. All runners 21+ with valid ID receive a cold beer or cider after crossing the finish line and can choose to include a race tee as part of the registration fee.

    Following each run, a finish party will feature an awards ceremony with age awards as well as Race to the Taps prizes for Middle of the Pack and King and Queen of the Taps. In addition, runners and spectators will enjoy food trucks, live music, a sponsor booth village and of course beverages available for sale at our host brewery location. Every runner 21 and older will get a cold local brew! Register now.

    The 2017 Mix 96.5 Race to the Taps is powered by the828.com, and presented by Paramount Kia of Asheville. Thank you to all of our Race to the Taps series sponsors!


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