Brush Creek Extreme Race

Brush Creek Race Results

Location: Brush Creek

Brush Creek Registration: Brush Creek Parking Lot Only,

Racer's Meeting: Brush Creek Parking Lot, Race follows.

Extreme Downriver Race complete with waterfalls, slides, a great granite amphitheater for spectator viewing.

Cost: $25.00 individual plus $5.00 ACA insurance*.
           *Refundable with current ACA card. Must show card.

From Kernville:

  1. Head northeast on Kernville Rd toward Big Blue Rd/Blue Rd 0.5 mi
  2. Turn left at County Rd 521/Sierra Way 3.2 mi
  3. Continue onto M-99 Destination will be on the left 15.7 mi

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Kern River Festival Wild & Scenic Triathlon

Wild & Scenic Triathlon Results Individual Results - Team Results

Location: Riverside Park, Time:

When: Sunday April 28, racers meeting at 8:15 am – Riverside Park
Where: Race and Racers meeting begins and ends in Riverside Park at the registration tent
Awards: Immediately follows Slalom Race in Riverside Park at the Registration Tent

7:30 a.m. - 8:30 a.m. Registration - 1 hour ONLY: Last chance for Tri, Slalom and Clinic
8:15 a.m. Triathlon Meeting - Riverside Park
8:30 a.m. - 10:00 a.m. TRIATHLON RACE: Pedal - Plod - Paddle
2:20 p.m. Slalom and Triathlon Awards, Riverside Park


Segment Description
Pedal 8.2 miles from Riverkern Park to Wofford Heights and back (turn-around at Reel Cinema, intersection of Wofford Heights Blvd. and Park Way). Course begins at the corner of Sirretta and Kernville Road.
Plod 2 miles from Riverside Park to KR3 Powerhouse.
Paddle 2 miles from KR 3 Powerhouse to Riverside Park River Trail, also known as the “Lickety” Run. This is a class II+ III river trail. Previously acquired whitewater skills are required. Rapids encountered include: Little Mama (II), Big Daddy (III-III+), Sidewinder (II), Frieght Train (II), Ewings (III-III+).


Classes include Individual Women or Men and Team Men, Women, Mixed, or Duo (tandem bike and boat) raft.

Cost: $25.00 plus $5.00 ACA insurance* for either each Team member or individual.
           *Refundable with current ACA card. Must show card.

Children's Sidewalk Art Contest

Location: Riverside Park, Time:

The Children’s Sidewalk Art Contest will take place Saturday afternoon at the south end of Riverside Park in Kernville. There is no entry fee and chalk will be provided or contestants can bring their own. Each contestant will have from 1:00 p.m. to 3:00 p.m. to create their artwork. Prizes will be awarded at the end of the contest in the following age groups: Ages 4 & under, Ages 5 & 6, Ages 7 & 8, Ages 9 & 10, Ages 12 and over.


Location: Purchase tickets Saturday & Sunday. Drawing Sunday at 1:30 pm at Riverside Park following the Slalom.

The drawing for the 50/50 Raffle will be on Sunday following the slalom race. This will be a 50/50 prize that you will need to be present to win. Additional cool gear and schwag raffle items will be raffled off several times during the games at Brush Creek, the Brew Pub Saturday night, and at Riverside Park on Sunday. (If you win a gear item, your ticket will go back in the pot for the big 50/50). Come join in the fun!!

T.J. Citizen Slalom & SUP Race

TJ Slalom Race Results K1 Results - C1 Results - SUP Results

Location: Riverside Park

7:30 a.m. - 8:30 a.m. Registration - 1 hour ONLY: Last chance for Tri, Slalom and Clinic
10:00 a.m. - 11:00 a.m. Slalom Clinic - Eric and Rebecca Giddens (Pre-register only)
11:00 a.m. TJ Slalom Kayak & SUP Meeting - Riverside Park
11:15 a.m. SLALOM RACE STARTS - TJ Slalom Kayak & SUP Race - Riverside Park
12:00 p.m. - 2:00 p.m. Chalk Art Contest for Kids, Riverside Park
1:30 p.m. Drawing for Fundraiser Raffle - 50/50 Raffle Riverside Park
2:20 p.m. Slalom and Triathlon Awards, Riverside Park
3:00 p.m. Event Breakdown in Riverside Park


Cost:  $25.00 individual plus $5.00 ACA insurance*.
*Refundable with current ACA card. Must show card.

Slalom Clinic: $15.00 About 45 to 55 min. Must pre-register.

An Olympic event, slalom kayaking is a timed race in which a paddler must negotiate a series of gates, without touching them, and some of those gates must be run while paddling upstream. The T.J. is run through a class II section at Riverside Park and is open to boaters of all levels and types of whitewater boats, with classes for Expert, Intermediate, Novice, Junior and Cadets.

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