Tag: Brazos Bend

Brazos Bend

The Brazos Bend 50 (BB50) was the first race put on by Trail Racing Over Texas in 2014. Since then, race director, Rob Goyen, has put on over 60 events across the state, each with its own “flare.” For BB50, that flare is...

Brazos Bend 100

There are many treasures of running Brazos Bend 100 and the one that sticks out the most to me is the scenery and beauty of nature throughout the park. Huge oak trees with endless amounts of Spanish moss hanging from bra...

Brazos Bend

Take a journey about 40 miles south of the hustle and bustle of Houston, Texas and you will find Brazos Bend State Park. It is a beautiful oasis of nature nestled along the Brazos River as it meanders its way across the...

Brazos Bend

Brazos Bend 100 was a kind of final exam of ultramarathons, encompassing weather, wildlife, and oh yeah, 100 miles. I drove out to Brazos Bend for the pre-race meeting. The race director advised, “When you think of we...

Brazos Bend

As the 50-mile runners set out for their journeys at 6 a.m. on April 25th, 2015 at the Brazos Bend 50, no one could have foreseen the weather band that was headed towards the park. Shortly after the 50k and 25k runners t...

Brazos Bend 100

The Brazos Bend 100, with its promise of alligators, a flat sea-level course and a holiday-party-themed race, set the bar high in its first year of existence. There were 831 runners registered for the event, which made i...