What to Wear
Participants should dress in all white. Not everyone is a fan of sexy white shorts so a light colored bottom is acceptable. White shirts are a must! Don’t be the ONE person who sticks out in the pictures like a sore thumb! The first 500 registered participants will receive a red bandana, after that you will need to provide your own.
After the Event
Be prepared for more fun after the run! We will have live entertainment and contests involving best costumes for our roller girls, as well as, participants. Stick around because your applause will decide who wins our TOP TORO award to be given to the roller girl or guy with the best horns!
Bring your Bulls Bucks so that you can partake in the morning, no-shaming, ice cold beer. This is not your ordinary run.
At noon when the sun gets really toasty we are moving the party to Cabo Joe’s on Yarbrough. There will be specials just for run participants. Don’t forget your race bibs for the drawings that we will have.
We will be selling a limited number of white t-shirts with some unique bull art designed by Frank Coronado, an incoming senior at Bel Air High School. Look for purchase information at packet pick-up.
A percentage of the proceeds of these shirts will go back to the Bel Air High School Art Department to help further their talents.
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