An experience you will never forget.

This is more than a marathon.

The Go One More Marathon weekend will begin on Friday, January 28th, and end on Saturday, January 29th.

Located on a private ranch, north of Austin, Texas.

- All profits will go to Team RWB

- The race course will be disclosed in the month after registration is full.

- No spectators will be allowed on location.

- You will be transported to and from the race course from BPN HQ (45 minute drive).

- There will be an after-race party.

What is Team RWB?

Profits from the Go One More Marathon will be donated to Team RWB.

The mission of Team RWB is to enrich the lives of America's veterans by connecting them to their community through physical and social activity. More than 250,000 active duty service members transition out of the military every year. They face many challenges, including isolation, weight gain, lack of purpose, and other health issues. With over 200,000 members hosting nearly 38,000 events last year, Team RWB strives to be the antidote to these isolation and health challenges they face. Here at BPN, we knew we had to be apart. Great partnerships are built when the organization's mission and values align, creating a significant impact on many lives. That's exactly why we decided to partner with Team Red, White, and Blue.

What is included in the entry fee?

  • - Transportation to and from the race course (from BPN HQ to ranch)
  • - Exclusive Go One More Marathon apparel
  • - A medal for finishers
  • - Food and drink following the race
  • - Live music performed at the after party
  • - Electronic chip timing

Is there a limit to the field size?

Yes, there is a very limited amount of runners we are allowing. The reason for the limited field size is because we have been provided the opportunity to run this race on a private ranch in central Texas. We want to respect the owners of the ranch, their land, the property and our footprint. This is the reason we will be transporting all runners to and from BPN HQ to the ranch.

Will there be aid stations?

Yes. We will provide aid stations located throughout the course that will be stocked with water, G.1.M Sport, gels, electrolytes, bathrooms, medics and food.

Can I switch to a different distance after registration?

Because the cost is the same for either distance, yes

Where is packet pick-up?

Packet pick-up will be on Friday, January 28th at the BPN Headquarters.

3161 Eagles Nest Street, Suite 360, Round Rock, Texas 78665

Can I do packet pick-up the morning of the race?

Late packet pick-up will be on Saturday, January 29th at the BPN Headquarters at 5am before the buses depart for the course, but we HIGHLY recommend picking up your packet the day prior.

What time does the race start?

The race will begin at 8am on Saturday, January 29th

Will there be pace groups?

No, there will be no pace groups this course

Is the Go One More Marathon a Boston Marathon Qualifier?

Yes, the course will be USATF certified.

Is there a registration cut-off date?

No. Once we run out of tickets, we will close the registration.

Are awards given based on chip time?

Finisher medals are given out, but no prize money.

Can I drive myself instead of taking the bus from BPN HQ?

We HIGHLY encourage everyone to utilize the BPN transportation. This aspect is a part of the weekend experience. If there are circumstances preventing you from riding with BPN, please email adam@bpnsupps.com

Are strollers and pets allowed?

No strollers or pets are allowed.

Will the race be canceled due to the weather?

The race will be held rain or shine, except in the case of lightning or other circumstances if the Event Management staff determines in its sole discretion that cancellation or postponement is necessary.

Can I get a refund on my entry?

No, all entry sales are final and nonrefundable.

What is the typical race day temperature?

Between 40 - 62 degrees.

Is there a minimum age requirement?

You must be 18 years of age or older to register.

Why are spectators not allowed? 

We have been fortunate to have been provided the opportunity to host the Go One More Marathon on a private ranch, located in central Texas. It is our responsibility to respect the ranch owner's property, land and our environmental footprint. For this reason, we are only allowing runners and staff on the course.