Quad Cities Trail & Ultra Runners - (QC-TUR) invite you to the return of the One Hundred K's of Convenience urban ultra this March! Let us give you fair warning, this is not your typical road or ultra race. This is an urban exploration of the Quad Cities by foot. The event is very low key, grassroots with minimal hooplah. There are no mile markers, there are no police stopping traffic for you. While much thought has been put into the course, it is uncontrolled so the responsibility is on the runner to make safety his or her TOP priority.
Our goal is to feature as unique and different of a route as possible each year. Loop distance and races offered could change from year to year as a result of this. 2019 will not be the same route as previous years but the anticipated course is again roughly a 20 mile loop starting and ending at Schuetzen Park in Davenport, Iowa. Runners have the option of registering for the single loop 'Lappetizer', the double loop 'Loops I Did It Again' or the three loop 100K main event. To be clear, the entire course is ran on the roads and bike paths with the largest portion of it on city streets. Sidewalk is accessible for the vast majority of the course but runners need to be smart, careful and diligent in taking the safest route along each section of the course
We try to keep the most accurate information about this race, but changes do happen. Always visit the official race website for the most up to date information.