Where the Cleveland Marathon Crossed the Cuyahoga River

Yesterday was the 40th running of the Rite Aid Cleveland Marathon and while the weather turned south later in the day, it was a whole lot better than last year's sleetfest right?! Our friends at the Pep Club Dance Party set up shop at Brick & Barrel Brewing at the 4 mile mark on Columbus Road, just short of where 15,000 10K, half and full marathon participants crossed the Cuyahoga River. After the field passed through we rode over to The Harp on Detroit Rd. (the traditional home of the Pep Club Dance Party) to check out runners passing the 12/25 mile mark.

If you ran yesterday, maybe we caught you in the 190 photographs and video we shot! And if you do see yourself, feel free to download and share the pic(s) with your friends (please mention/tag Share the River!). We'd love to hear what you thought of yesterday's race/Pep Club Dance Party - just leave a comment on this blog post or hit us up on social! And yes, high-rez color/light/contrast balanced images are available for purchase, e-mail us at sharetheriver3@gmail.com 

See you at the next Pep Club Dance Party!

Pep Club Dance Party at Brick & Barrel Brewing (batch 1)

Pep Club Dance Party at Brick & Barrel Brewing (batch 2)

Pep Club Dance Party at The Harp (Detroit Shoreway)

Pep Club Dance Party at Brick & Barrel Video

After the 10K/half/full field of 15,000 passed us we decided to head over to the traditional home of the Pep Club Dance Party, The Harp on Detroit Rd., where half and full marathon runners were passing the 12 and 25 mile mark. By that time forecast rains had finally arrived but one group, the Cleveland and Rubber City Hash House Harriers, we're keeping things festive and rehydrated!

Cleveland Hash House Harriers