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Bay to Breakers: The Only-in-San-Francisco Race
Bay to Breakers, a century-old, only-in-San-Francisco spectacle, unleashes thousands of crazily costumed runners and walkers and a few elite athletes on the ...
Bay to Breakers: Facts and Stats About San Francisco's Race Party
A number-cruncher's guide to Bay to Breakers, San Francisco's century-old, running free-for-all, including course records, statistics and other facts.
The Bay to Breakers - San Francisco Travel by About.com
Run it or walk it, costumed or butt naked, the Bay to Breakers is the wildest, wackiest and some say the weirdest of all of San Francisco's anuual festivals.
Bay to Breakers 2014 - San Francisco - About.com
Bay to Breakers, San Francisco's annual race/costume party, draws crowds of runners and spectators to the streets on May 18, 2014. Find the best places to ...
Bay to Breakers' 103 Years of History - San Francisco - About.com
A chronology of the milestone years in Bay to Breakers' 103-year history, including when it was declared the world's largest footrace and when women were first ...
Bay to Breakers 2012 - San Francisco - About.com
Bay to Breakers, an only-in-SF spectacle, turns 101 in 2012--with a higher registration fee that does not include a T-shirt.
Bay to Breakers for Non-Runners - San Francisco - About.com
Bay to Breakers is San Francisco's mobile costume party claiming to be a foot race, but non-runners can get in on the action, too. This is a guide to fun and ...
2009 Bay to Breakers Route Map - San Francisco - About.com
Map showing the route of the 2009 ING Bay to Breakers Race in San Francisco. Bay to Breakers happens on the third Sunday in May. And the route map here ...
Bay to Breakers 2011 - Parties and Events
May 15, 2011 ... Bay to Breakers is not just a San Francisco race--it's a phenomenon of parties and celebrations before and after the run.
Bay to Breakers 2011 - San Francisco - About.com
May 15, 2011 ... Bay to Breakers, an only-in-SF spectacle, turns 100 in 2011, with new restrictions on runners and onlookers. Without floats, wheeled devices, ...