SBER

Courage to Start, Strength to Endure, and Resolve to Finish

SB100® KILOMETER
8AM SATURDAY OCTOBER 12, 2019

SBER MARATHONS
10AM SATURDAY OCTOBER 12, 2019

2019 REGISTRATION BEGINS
12:00am PST Saturday February 2nd, 2019
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SANTA BARBARA 100®

SB100® MILE

SB100® KILOMTER

Start Day & Time

3pm Friday Oct 11, 2019

8am Saturday October 12, 2019

Start Location

Rattlesnake Trailhead

Rattlesnake Trailhead

Cut-Off

42 Hours

24 Hours

Route Format

Out and Back

Out and Back

Finish Location

Garden Street Academy

Garden Street Academy

Distance

100.10 Miles

62.10 Miles (100km)

Max / Min Elev.

3,797’ / 335’

3,420’ / 335’

Elev. Climb / Elev. Descent

23,057’/ 23,614’

15,141/ 15,698’

*Route Splits (Miles)

52 ST/ 42.65 DT/ 5.45 R

32.60 ST/ 20.45 DT/ 3.75 R

Stations

22

14

Drop Bags

11 locations

7 Locations

Pacer (start)

Mile 48.50

Mile 37.65

Crew Access/ Support

11 Locations

7

DNF Shuttle

Limited Options / Schedule

Limited Options / Schedule

*Route Splits ST (Single Track) DT (Double Track) R (Road)

REGISTRATION

Registration
Santa Barbara 100® registration is hosted on Ultrasignup.com and will open 12am PST February 2nd, 2019

Qualifications

  • 18-years of age (or older) as of October 11th, 2019. No Exceptions!
  • Each runner must possess physical, cognitive and provisional ability to traverse a marked, technical mountain route in a temperate climate for extended distances and periods of time free of aid or support by others.       

Entry Process

  • Complete registration at Ultrasignup.com which requires each person to:
  • Endorse the online Runner Waiver & Indemnification Agreement
  • Complete the registration questionnaire
  • Complete registration fee payment (no refunds or transfers)
  • Complete Trails Legacy option volunteer trail work or tax-deductible contribution (between April 1- August 31, 2019). Full details to be posted April 1, 2019
  • Complete Online Pre-Run Runner Briefing (between September 15-30, 2019)

Mandatory

  • Photo ID required (driver’s license, passport etc.) when registered runner completes check-in.
  • Each registered runner must complete the runner check-in, no substitutions, no exceptions!
  • Each runner must carry minimum of two  20 oz. / 600 ml hand-held bottles or one 53 oz. / 1.5 L backpack bladder.
  • Each runner must have functioning lamp system from dusk to twilight.

Disclaimer
Whether you’re a veteran ultra-marathoner or this is your first 100, Santa Barbara 100® is a demanding, and hellaciously difficult endurance run experience. The relentless sustained ascents, descents, and minimal flats combined with the temperate October climate will max out the experienced and immediately vanquish the ill-prepared.

Registration Fee Schedule

SB100® Mile

SB100® Kilometer

Feb 2 – April 30, 2019

$265.00

$175.00

May 1 – July 31, 2019

$280.00

$190.00

Aug 1 – Sept 30, 2017

$295.00

$200.00

Entry Fee Includes

Entry for one, tech-shirt, bib w/timing tag, pre-run hydration fueling station, well provisioned & staffed aid stations, SB100® finisher awards and SB100® Finisher Buckle (finishers only)

SOLO RUNNER RECOGNITION

Each Santa Barbara 100® solo runner finisher shall receive a limited-edition buckle that recognizes their respective self-sustained achievement.

The solo runner is defined as a runner who completes the entirety of the run without the aid or support of crew and/ or pacer support. Guest and/ or family support is limited to presence at the Start and Finish.

SBER™ TRAILS LEGACY CONTRIBUTION

The 2018 Thomas Fire and subsequent Debris Flows in Montecito severely damaged and/ or decimated in excess of 50 miles of front and back country trails SBER™. The majority of the rehabilitation of the work is being subsidized through charitable contribution and volunteer participation. The Santa Barbara Endurance Run™ Trails Legacy Contribution supports this

Each registered Santa Barbara 100 runner will be required to complete one of two available options as part of the entry requirements. Those two options are:

  • Complete one day of *volunteer trail work between April 1- August 31, 2019
  • Complete (tax-deductible) monetary contribution to the Santa Barbara Endurance Run™ Trails Legacy Contribution. 100% of the funds will be distributed evenly between Los Padres Forest Association and Montecito Trails Foundation
  • $50.00 (100 Mile)
  • $35.00 (100km)

*Volunteer Trail Work must be completed with an approved and supervised trail work project and within the Thomas Fire/ Debris Flow area within the Santa Barbara Ranger District, Los Padres National Forest. If you’re interested to complete the Volunteer Trail Work option, please email support@sbendurance.run

About the LPFA
Founded in 1979, the Los Padres Forest Association is the official non-profit 501(c)(3) of the Los Padres National Forest. The LPFA mission is to care for the Los Padres Forest, ensuring it thrives and remains safe and open for the people to use and enjoy. In the 2018 fiscal year LPFA (& VWR) supervised and completed over 17,500 volunteer hrs. of sanctioned trails and forest accessibility projects in the greater LPNF 

Each year the LPNF coordinates and supervises two trail sanctioned & scheduled trail maintenance projects on portions of the SBER™ route (s
LPFA has hosted and staffed an aid station each year since the inception of the run.  

About the MTF
The Montecito Trails Foundation (MTF) is dedicated to the preservation and maintenance of public trails in Montecito, Summerland and Carpinteria.

Established is 1964, MTF is a volunteer organization funded through tax-deductible membership dues and donations. MTF works in collaboration with local agencies and non-profit entities to ensure the continued use of the area's scenic trails.

SCHEDULE

SB100® Mile

SB100® Kilometer

Check-In Location

Skofield Park

Rattlesnake Canyon Trailhead

Check-In Time

10am – 11:30am Friday October 11, 2019

6am – 7:30am Saturday October 12, 2019

Final Briefing (mandatory)

12pm Friday October 11, 2019

7:30am Saturday October 12, 2020

Drop Bag Deposit Location

Skofield Park

Rattlesnake Canyon Trailhead

Drop Bag Deposit Time

10am - 2:30pm Friday October 11, 2019

6am - 7:30am Saturday October 12, 2019

Start Location

Rattlesnake Canyon Trailhead

Rattlesnake Canyon Trailhead

Start Time

3pm Friday October 11, 2019

8am Saturday October 12, 2019

Outbound Cut-Off

9am Saturday (18hrs/ Mile 48.5)

6pm Saturday (10hrs/ Mile 29.5)

Pacer Start

Mile 48.5 (Romero Saddle - Inbound)

Mile 37.65 (Romero Camuesa - Inbound)

Finish Location

Garden Street Academy

Garden Street Academy

Cut-Off Time

am Sunday

8am Sunday

BUCKLE CUT-OFF

SB100® Mile

SB100® Kilometer

Gold

Silver

Bronze

Gold

Silver

Bronze

Male

26hrs

32hrs

42hrs

Male

12hrs

14hrs

24hrs

Female

28hrs

34hrs

42hrs

Female

14hrs

16hrs

24hrs

MAPS, PROFILES, SPLITS AND CUT-OFF SCHEDULE

SB100® Mile

SB100® Kilometer

NG Topo Map w/ profile

View

View

Trace de Trail Map

June 1, 2019

June 1, 2019

Cal Topo

June 1, 2019

June 1, 2019

Profile

View

View

Aid Station Mileage Splits

View

View

Aid Station Cut-Off’s

View

View

AID STATION INFORMATION

SB100 will be a cup less event. Each runner (and pacer) must have their own cup or bottle if they wish to drink at the aid stations. Each aid station will be stocked with limited quantity of plastic community cups for cold drinks. Hot soups, broth, and coffee will be served in hot fluid cups.

Aid Station menu:

  • Cold fluids i.e.  Water, Electrolyte Fluid, Coca Cola and Ginger Ale
  • Ice
  • Salty Snacks
  • Seasonal Fruits
  • Assorted candies
  • Soup
  • Coffee
  • PB&H Sandwiches
  • Quesadillas
  • Potato Cakes (in lieu of boiled potatoes)

Shuttle service will be available for pacers, crew and DNF runners. Outbound drop off and pick-up schedule and fee rates will be posted August 1, 2019. 

Cut-off time is defined as “Departed Time” (see Aid Stations Cut-off Schedule for prescribed times)

UTMB QUALIFYING RACE INFORMATION

2019 Santa Barbara 100® UTMB Qualifying Race information page can be easily located by using the UTMB link below.

To accurately use the UTMB Qualifier Race search engine to locate the Santa Barbara 100® qualifier information, you must enter the specific Santa Barbara 100® distance information as shown in the table below.

SB100® Mile

SB100® Kilometer

Name of the race

Santa Barbara 100 Mile

Santa Barbara 100

Month

October

October

Country

United States

United States

Sort By

(select) Date

(select) Date

Year

2019

2019

Points

6

4

Department

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(Leave Blank)

Failure to accurately input correct information will result in the following response:

This race doesn't seem to be one for which we have references

SB100®

2019 Santa Barbara 100® Participant Guide will be posted on this website Saturday June 1st, 2019. The following information will be included:

  • Participation Criteria
  • Trails Legacy entry requirement
  • Schedule
  • Check-In
  • Code of Conduct
  • Leave No Trace Guidelines
  • Forewarning – Suggestions for a successful run
  • Meteorological and Astronomical
  • Bibs, Timing and Results
  • Awards
  • Exposure, dehydration and other bodily concerns
  • Gear and clothing
  • Route profile
  • Route directions
  • Cutoff times
  • Drop bags
  • Aid stations
  • Medical and Medivac
  • Route marking
  • Dropping from the run
  • Run rules for Pacers and Support Crews
  • Pacing
  • Support crew
  • Directions to aid stations
  • Social media
  • Directions to Santa Barbara, CA
  • Lodging Suggestions
  • Store Suggestions
  • Photography and film crews
  • Sustainability - Trash and recycling
  • Sponsors and Supporters
  • Thank you to the staff and volunteers!

CONTACT INFORMATION

Telephone:

Robert Gilcrest / Co-Director
Cell: (805) 896-6917

OR

Tim Stahler / Co-Director
Tanya Stahler / Co-Director
Phone: (415) 320-6220

Mailing Addresses:

SBER
PO Box 4486
Santa Barbara, CA 93140

OR

Inside Trail Racing
37 San Miguel Way
Novato, CA 94945

Last update on January 2nd, 2019

Closer

SANTA BARBARA 50™

SB50 MILE

SB50 Kilometer

 

Start Day & Time

7am Saturday October 12, 2019

7am Saturday October 12, 2019

 

Start Location

Romero Canyon Trailhead

Romero Canyon Trailhead

 

Cut-Off

18 Hours

14 Hours

 

Route Format

Point to Point

Point to Point

 

Finish Location

Garden Street Academy

Garden Street Academy

 

Distance

50.1 Miles

50km (31 Miles)

 

Max / Min Elev.

3,797 / 335’

3,420’ / 335’

 

Elev. Climb / Elev. Descent

11,176’/ 11,696’

7,315’/ 7,835’

 

*Route Splits (Miles)

25.6 ST/ 20.7 DT/ 3.8 PR

22.2 ST/ 5.0 DT/ 3.8 PR

 

Stations

12

7

 

Drop Bags

3 Locations

2 Locations

 

Pacer Start (Optional)

Gibraltar Rd. (Mile 42.9)

 

Gibraltar Rd. (Mile 23.8)

 

Crew Access/ Support

6 Locations

5

 

DNF Shuttle

Limited Options / Schedule

Limited Options / Schedule

 

*Route Splits ST (Single Track) DT (Double Track) R (Road)

REGISTRATION

Registration
Santa Barbara 50™ registration is hosted on Ultrasignup.com and will open 12am PST February 2nd, 2019

Qualifications

  • 18-years of age (or older) as of October 11th, 2019. No Exceptions!
  • Each runner must possess physical, cognitive and provisional ability to traverse a marked, technical mountain route in a temperate climate for extended distances and periods of time free of aid or support by others.       

Entry Process

  • Complete registration at Ultrasignup.com which requires each person to:
  • Endorse the online Runner Waiver & Indemnification Agreement
  • Complete the registration questionnaire
  • Complete registration fee payment (no refunds or transfers)
  • Complete Trails Legacy option volunteer trail work or tax-deductible contribution (between April 1 - August 31, 2019). Full details to be posted April 1, 2019
  • Complete Online Pre-Run Runner Briefing (between September 15-30, 2019)

Mandatory

  • Photo ID required (driver’s license, passport etc.) when registered runner completes check-in.
  • Each registered runner must complete the runner check-in, no substitutions, no exceptions!
  • Each runner must carry minimum of two  20 oz. / 600 ml hand-held bottles or one 53 oz. / 1.5 L backpack bladder.
  • Each runner must have functioning lamp system from dusk to twilight.

Disclaimer:
Whether you’re a veteran ultra-marathoner or this is your first 50, Santa Barbara 50™ is a demanding, and hellaciously difficult endurance run experience. The relentless sustained ascents, descents, and minimal flats combined with the temperate October climate will max out the experienced and immediately vanquish the ill-prepared.

Registration Fee Schedule

SB50™ Mile

SB50™ Kilometer

Feb 2 – April 30, 2019

$130.00

$110.00

May 1 – July 31, 2019

$140.00

$120.00

Aug 1 – Sept 30, 2017

$150.00

$130.00

Entry Fee Includes

Entry for one, tech-shirt, bib w/timing tag, pre-run hydration fueling station, well provisioned & staffed aid stations, SB50™ finisher awards

SBER™ TRAILS LEGACY CONTRIBUTION

The 2018 Thomas Fire and subsequent Debris Flows in Montecito severely damaged and/ or decimated in excess of 50 miles of front and back country trails SBER™. The majority of the rehabilitation of the work is being subsidized through charitable contribution and volunteer participation. The Santa Barbara Endurance Run™ Trails Legacy Contribution supports this

Each registered Santa Barbara 50™ runner will be required to complete one of two available options as part of the entry requirements. Those two options are:

  • Complete one day of *volunteer trail work between April 1- August 31, 2019
  • Complete (tax-deductible) monetary contribution to the Santa Barbara Endurance Run™ Trails Legacy Contribution. 100% of the funds will be distributed evenly between Los Padres Forest Association and Montecito Trails Foundation
  • $35.00 (50 Mile)
  • $25.00 (50km)

*Volunteer Trail Work must be completed with an approved and supervised trail work project and  within the Thomas Fire/ Debris Flow area within the Santa Barbara Ranger District, Los Padres National Forest. If you’re interested to complete the Volunteer Trail Work option, please email support@sbendurance.run

About the LPFA
Founded in 1979, the Los Padres Forest Association is the official non-profit 501(c)(3) of the Los Padres National Forest. The LPFA mission is to care for the Los Padres Forest, ensuring it thrives and remains safe and open for the people to use and enjoy. In the 2018 fiscal year LPFA (& VWR) supervised and completed over 17,500 volunteer hrs. of sanctioned trails and forest accessibility projects in the greater LPNF 

Each year the LPNF coordinates and supervises two trail sanctioned & scheduled trail maintenance projects on portions of the SBER™ route (s
LPFA has hosted and staffed an aid station each year since the inception of the run.  

About the MTF
The Montecito Trails Foundation (MTF) is dedicated to the preservation and maintenance of public trails in Montecito, Summerland and Carpinteria.

Established is 1964, MTF is a volunteer organization funded through tax-deductible membership dues and donations. MTF works in collaboration with local agencies and non-profit entities to ensure the continued use of the area's scenic trails.

SCHEDULE

SB50 Mile

SB50 Kilometer

Friday Check-In / 5pm – 8pm

Garden Street Academy

Garden Street Academy

Saturday Check-In / 4am – 6am

Garden Street Academy

 

Garden Street Academy

Shuttle Bus Departure Location

Garden Street Academy

 

Garden Street Academy

Shuttle Bus Departure Time

6:15am Saturday

6:15am Saturday

Pre-Run Briefing (mandatory)

6:45am Saturday

6:45am Saturday

Drop Bag Deposit Location

Garden Street Academy 

Garden Street Academy 

Drop Bag Deposit Cut-Off

6am Saturday

6am Saturday

Start Location

Romero Canyon Trailhead

Romero Canyon Trailhead

Start Time

7am Saturday

7am Saturday

Pacer Start (Optional)

Gibraltar Rd. (Mile 42.9)

 

Gibraltar Rd. (Mile 23.8)

Finish Location

Garden Street Academy

Garden Street Academy

Cut-Off Time

1am Sunday (18hrs)

9pm Saturday (14hrs)

 

MAPS, PROFILES, SPLITS AND CUT-OFF SCHEDULE

SB50 Mile

SB50 Kilometer

NG Topo Map w/ profile

View

View

Trace de Trail Map

June 1, 2019

June 1, 2019

Cal Topo

June 1, 2019

June 1, 2019

Profile

View

View

Aid Station Mileage Splits

View

View

Aid Station Cut-Off’s

View

View

AID STATION INFORMATION

SB50™ will be a cup less event. Each runner (and pacer) must have their own cup or bottle if they wish to drink at the aid stations. Each aid station will be stocked with limited quantity of plastic community cups for cold drinks. Hot soups, broth, and coffee will be served in hot fluid cups.

Aid Station menu:

  • Cold fluids i.e.  Water, Electrolyte Fluid, Coca Cola and Ginger Ale
  • Ice
  • Salty Snacks
  • Seasonal Fruits
  • Assorted candies
  • Soup
  • Coffee
  • PB&H Sandwiches
  • Quesadillas
  • Potato Cakes (in lieu of boiled potatoes)

Shuttle service will be available for pacers, crew and DNF runners. Outbound drop off and pick-up schedule and fee rates will be posted August 1, 2019. 

Cut-off time is defined as “Departed Time” (see Aid Stations Cut-off Schedule for prescribed times)

UTMB QUALIFYING RACE INFORMATION

2019 Santa Barbara 50™ UTMB Qualifying Race information page can be easily located by using the UTMB link below.

To accurately use the UTMB Qualifier Race search engine to locate the Santa Barbara 50™ qualifier information, you must enter the specific Santa Barbara 50™ distance information as shown in the table below.

SB50 Mile

SB50 Kilometer

Name of the race

Santa Barbara 100 Mile

Santa Barbara 100

Month

October

October

Country

United States

United States

Sort By

(select) Date

(select) Date

Year

2019

2019

Points

6

4

Department

(Leave Blank)

(Leave Blank)

Failure to accurately input correct information will result in the following response:

This race doesn't seem to be one for which we have references

SB50™ Participant Guide

2019 Santa Barbara 50™ Participant Guide will be posted on this website Saturday June 1st, 2019. The following information will be included:

  • Participation Criteria
  • Trails Legacy entry requirement
  • Schedule
  • Check-In
  • Code of Conduct
  • Leave No Trace Guidelines
  • Forewarning – Suggestions for a successful run
  • Meteorological and Astronomical
  • Bibs, Timing and Results
  • Awards
  • Exposure, dehydration and other bodily concerns
  • Gear and clothing
  • Route profile
  • Route directions
  • Cutoff times
  • Drop bags
  • Aid stations
  • Medical and Medivac
  • Route marking
  • Dropping from the run
  • Run rules for Pacers and Support Crews
  • Pacing
  • Support crew
  • Directions to aid stations
  • Social media
  • Directions to Santa Barbara, CA
  • Lodging Suggestions
  • Store Suggestions
  • Photography and film crews
  • Sustainability - Trash and recycling
  • Sponsors and Supporters
  • Thank you to the staff and volunteers!

CONTACT INFORMATION

Telephone:

Robert Gilcrest / Co-Director
Cell: (805) 896-6917

OR

Tim Stahler / Co-Director
Tanya Stahler / Co-Director
Phone: (415) 320-6220

Mailing Addresses:

SBER
PO Box 4486
Santa Barbara, CA 93140

OR

Inside Trail Racing
37 San Miguel Way
Novato, CA 94945

 

Last update on January 2nd, 2019

Closer

SANTA BARBARA ENDURANCE RUN™ MARATHONS

SBER MARATHON

SBER HEAVY HALF

 

Start Day & Time

9am Saturday October 12, 2019

9am Saturday October 12, 2019

 

Start Location

Rattlesnake Canyon Trailhead

Rattlesnake Canyon Trailhead

 

Cut-Off

12 Hours

9 Hours

 

Route Format

Modified Out and Back

Modified Out and Back

 

Finish Location

Garden Street Academy

Garden Street Academy

 

Distance

26.3 Miles

14.1 Miles

 

Max / Min Elev.

3,420’ / 33’

2,340’ / 335’

 

Elev. Climb / Elev. Descent

6,982’ / 7,539’

3,086’ / 3,729’

 

*Route Splits (Miles)

19.6 ST/ 1 DT/ 5.7 PR

8.3 ST/ .3 DT/ 5.5 PR

 

Stations

5

3

 

Drop Bags

None

None

 

Pacer Start (Optional)

Gibraltar Rd. (20.5Mile )

 

Gibraltar Rd. (Mile 8.3)

 

Crew Access/ Support

4 Locations

3

 

DNF Shuttle

Limited Options / Schedule

Limited Options / Schedule

 

*Route Splits ST (Single Track) DT (Double Track) R (Road)

REGISTRATION

Registration
SBER™ Marathons registration is hosted on Ultrasignup.com and will open 12am PST February 2nd, 2019

Qualifications

  • 18-years of age (or older) as of October 11th, 2019. No Exceptions!
  • Each runner must possess physical, cognitive and provisional ability to traverse a marked, technical mountain route in a temperate climate for extended distances and periods of time free of aid or support by others.       

Entry Process

  • Complete registration at Ultrasignup.com which requires each person to:
  • Endorse the online Runner Waiver & Indemnification Agreement
  • Complete the registration questionnaire
  • Complete registration fee payment (no refunds or transfers)
  • Complete Trails Legacy option volunteer trail work or tax-deductible contribution (between April 1 - August 31, 2019). Full details to be posted April 1, 2019
  • Complete Online Pre-Run Runner Briefing (between September 15-30, 2019)

Mandatory

  • Photo ID required (driver’s license, passport etc.) when registered runner completes check-in.
  • Each registered runner must complete the runner check-in, no substitutions, no exceptions!
  • Each runner must carry minimum of one  20 oz. / 600 ml hand-held bottle or one 53 oz. / 1.5 L backpack bladder.
  • Each runner must have functioning lamp system from dusk to twilight.

Disclaimer:
Whether you’re a veteran  trail marathoner or this is your first mountain run, either SBER™ Marathon is a demanding, and hellaciously difficult endurance run experience. The relentless sustained ascents, descents, and minimal flats combined with the temperate October climate will max out the experienced and immediately vanquish the ill-prepared.

Registration Fee Schedule

SBER™ Marathon

SBER™ Heavy Half

Feb 2 – April 30, 2019

$75.00

$65.00

May 1 – July 31, 2019

$95.00

$85.00

Aug 1 – Sept 30, 2017

$115.00

$105.00

Entry Fee Includes

Entry for one, tech-shirt, bib w/timing tag, pre-run hydration fueling station, well provisioned & staffed aid stations, SBER™ Marathon’s finisher awards

SBER™ TRAILS LEGACY CONTRIBUTION

The 2018 Thomas Fire and subsequent Debris Flows in Montecito severely damaged and/ or decimated in excess of 50 miles of front and back country trails SBER™. The majority of the rehabilitation of the work is being subsidized through charitable contribution and volunteer participation. The Santa Barbara Endurance Run™ Trails Legacy Contribution supports this

Each registered SBER™ runner will be required to complete one of two available options as part of the entry requirements. Those two options are:

  • Complete one day of *volunteer trail work between April 1- August 31, 2019
  • Complete (tax-deductible) monetary contribution to the Santa Barbara Endurance Run™ Trails Legacy Contribution. 100% of the funds will be distributed evenly between Los Padres Forest Association and Montecito Trails Foundation
  • $25.00 (Marathon)
  • $25.00 (heavy Half)

*Volunteer Trail Work must be completed with an approved and supervised trail work project and  within the Thomas Fire/ Debris Flow area within the Santa Barbara Ranger District, Los Padres National Forest. If you’re interested to complete the Volunteer Trail Work option, please email support@sbendurance.run

About the LPFA
Founded in 1979, the Los Padres Forest Association is the official non-profit 501(c)(3) of the Los Padres National Forest. The LPFA mission is to care for the Los Padres Forest, ensuring it thrives and remains safe and open for the people to use and enjoy. In the 2018 fiscal year LPFA (& VWR) supervised and completed over 17,500 volunteer hrs. of sanctioned trails and forest accessibility projects in the greater LPNF 

Each year the LPNF coordinates and supervises two trail sanctioned & scheduled trail maintenance projects on portions of the SBER™ route (s
LPFA has hosted and staffed an aid station each year since the inception of the run.  

About the MTF
The Montecito Trails Foundation (MTF) is dedicated to the preservation and maintenance of public trails in Montecito, Summerland and Carpinteria.

Established is 1964, MTF is a volunteer organization funded through tax-deductible membership dues and donations. MTF works in collaboration with local agencies and non-profit entities to ensure the continued use of the area's scenic trails.

SCHEDULE

SBER™ Marathon

SBER™ Heavy Half

Friday Check-In / 4pm – 8pm

Garden Street Academy

Garden Street Academy

Saturday Check-In / 6am – 8am

Garden Street Academy

Garden Street Academy

Shuttle Bus Departure Location

Garden Street Academy

Garden Street Academy

Shuttle Bus Departure Time

8:15am Saturday

8:15am Saturday

Pre-Run Briefing (mandatory)

8:45am Saturday

8:45am Saturday

Drop Bag Deposit Location

Garden Street Academy 

Garden Street Academy 

Drop Bag Deposit Cut-Off

6am Saturday

6am Saturday

Start Location

Rattlesnake Canyon Trailhead

Rattlesnake Canyon Trailhead

Start Time

7am Saturday

7am Saturday

Pacer Start (Optional)

Gibraltar Rd. (Mile 20.5)

Gibraltar Rd. (Mile 8.3)

Finish Location

Garden Street Academy

Garden Street Academy

Cut-Off Time

9pm Saturday (12hrs)

6pm Saturday (9hrs)

MAPS, PROFILES, SPLITS AND CUT-OFF SCHEDULE

SBER™ Marathon

SBER™ Heavy Half

NG Topo Map w/ profile

View

View

Trace de Trail Map

June 1, 2019

June 1, 2019

Cal Topo

June 1, 2019

June 1, 2019

Profile

View

View

Aid Station Mileage Splits

View

View

Aid Station Cut-Off’s

View

View

AID STATION INFORMATION

SBER™ Marathons will be a cup less event. Each runner (and pacer) must have their own cup or bottle if they wish to drink at the aid stations. Each aid station will be stocked with limited quantity of plastic community cups for cold drinks. Hot soups, broth, and coffee will be served in hot fluid cups.

Aid Station menu:

  • Cold fluids i.e.  Water, Electrolyte Fluid, Coca Cola and Ginger Ale
  • Ice
  • Salty Snacks
  • Seasonal Fruits
  • Assorted candies
  • Soup
  • Coffee
  • PB&H Sandwiches
  • Quesadillas
  • Potato Cakes (in lieu of boiled potatoes)

Shuttle service will be available for pacers, crew and DNF runners. Outbound drop off and pick-up schedule and fee rates will be posted August 1, 2019. 

Cut-off time is defined as “Departed Time” (see Aid Stations Cut-off Schedule for prescribed times)

SBER™ Marathon Participant Guide

2019 SBER™ Marathon Participant Guide will be posted on this website Saturday June 1st, 2019. The following information will be included:

  • Participation Criteria
  • Trails Legacy entry requirement
  • Schedule
  • Check-In
  • Code of Conduct
  • Leave No Trace Guidelines
  • Forewarning – Suggestions for a successful run
  • Meteorological and Astronomical
  • Bibs, Timing and Results
  • Awards
  • Exposure, dehydration and other bodily concerns
  • Gear and clothing
  • Route profile
  • Route directions
  • Cutoff times
  • Drop bags
  • Aid stations
  • Medical and Medivac
  • Route marking
  • Dropping from the run
  • Run rules for Pacers and Support Crews
  • Pacing
  • Support crew
  • Directions to aid stations
  • Social media
  • Directions to Santa Barbara, CA
  • Lodging Suggestions
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CONTACT INFORMATION

Telephone:

Robert Gilcrest / Co-Director
Cell: (805) 896-6917

OR

Tim Stahler / Co-Director
Tanya Stahler / Co-Director
Phone: (415) 320-6220

Mailing Addresses:

SBER
PO Box 4486
Santa Barbara, CA 93140

OR

Inside Trail Racing
37 San Miguel Way
Novato, CA 94945

 


Last update on January 2nd, 2019

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