Run One or Run Them AllTour De Trail 2023 Registration Open!
2023 Tour De Trail Race Series
Tour De Trail is a series of 10k trail races throughout the Kansas City Area ranging in distance. Run one, or run them all. Due to the nature of trail running in the Kansas City area, there is always the possibility of trail closures due to rain. We will have an alternate course option in the event of a closed trail. Alternate courses will be either cross country, or paved trail.
You may register for the series as a whole, or you may register for individual races.
If you register for the series as a whole, registration is $175 ($200 after Jan 31, 2023), $25 of which will be donated to Urban Trail Co.
Singular races are $45 each, $5 of which will be donated to Urban Trail Co.
Jason Silvers 2019 Race Review of Tour de Trail Kill Creek
We will use clock timing. Results will be listed on Ultrasignup.
Water only. We will have bottled water and sparkling water and sodas available at the finish. We do not require participants to run with water, though we highly recommend it, particularly in the summer months. You must provide your own hydration device such as a handheld or hydration vest. This race is cupless, so if you would like water you must have your own device or cup.
- NO Littering! Please be sure that you pack out any gu wrappers, tissues or bottles that you use on course. Litterers will be subject to public flogging and humiliation (and disqualification).
- No poles allowed (contact RD’s if medical/extenuating circumstances)
- No alcohol allowed in Kansas parks
- Dogs allowed. Dogs must be leashed and under control at all times and you must pick up after your dog. Runners will be subject to disqualification if these rules are not adhered to. Dogs must be registered, paid for and wear a number.
- This is a cupless event. You are responsible for providing your own hydration device (see aid section).
- Course must be followed as marked. If any portion of the course is cut, runners will be disqualified. If you get off course you must backtrack and follow the proper course.
- Markings: Course will be marked using distinctive flagging/markings and will be explained in the pre race briefing.
- Road crossings: some of the races will have road crossings. Volunteers will be stationed at crossings, but runners are responsible for their own safe crossing. Please check carefully for cars and/or bikes. Parks and roads will remain open during the races, so please be polite and courteous to other trail users you may encounter.
- Personal music devices are allowed as long as headphones are used and you maintain a volume that allows you to hear other runners. We recommend either one earbud or bone conducting headphones. NO SPEAKERS. These are single track courses and passing will be tight, please be courteous to other runners and stay alert.
- Passing: Allow runners in front of you to know that you would like to pass and then pass on the left when it is safe to do so. On out and back sections, yield to the person returning to the start/finish area.
- Kids are welcome to register. Kids under 12 must be accompanied by an adult for the entirety of the race course.
Map & GPX Files:
Info will be sent out to registered runners via email prior to the race dates.
- Runners will receive a sticker branded specifically for each trail system/race.
- All registrants will receive a fleece blanket. Blankets are one per person regardless of how many TDT stages are run.
- Athletes who COMPLETE all five races in the series will receive a series finisher mug handmade by Matty Mullins. (You must complete all five races, registration alone does not count.)
- Each race will have first, second, and third woman, man, and non-binary podiums.
- All participants will receive a handmade unicorn finishers award specific to that stage.
- 6:30-7:15 AM bib pickup starts. Please maintain social distancing while picking up bibs.
- 7:30 race start
- 11:30 AM cutoff