PCH to Close this Saturday Night from 5pm to 10pm! New Nighttime Run, More Fun at the 2019 Surf City 10 Sundown
California’s perfect 10, now at Sundown; More than 5,000 runners to enjoy ocean-front views and celebrate post-race Surf City style on Saturday, September 21st
What: The 65th annual Surf City 10 Sundown, Southern California’s newest and coolest sunset running experience. The race is an evolution of the Surf City 10 Mile and 2019 marks the first time race will start and finish nighttime.
When: Saturday, September 21, 2019
• 5:00 pm – Pacific Coast Highway closure begins.
• 6:30 pm – Start Time 10-mile, 10k & 5k.
• 6:50 pm – Sunset
• 10:00 pm – Pacific Coast Highway reopens to vehicular traffic
Where: Main Street and Pacific Coast Highway
Huntington Beach, California
Why: The main events will be run AT NIGHT for the first time ever. Here are a few important items to know:
• The 2019 event course will require the closure of Pacific Coast Highway from Beach Boulevard to Warner Avenue. Pacific Coast Highway will be closed between 5:00 p.m. and 10:00 p.m. on Saturday night, September 21. Detours will be in place.
• The race will begin at 6:30 p.m. near the Huntington Beach Pier, at the intersection of Main Street and Pacific Coast Highway.
• All three distances (10 miler, 10k, and 5k) will start in the northbound lanes along Pacific Coast Highway and return in the southbound lanes.
• Additional information and full event schedule can be found online at www.motivrunning.com/surf-city-10miler/