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Like to go fast? Have the need for speed? Check out the BRAOK website for Races in the area.
Celebrating its 33rd year in 2015, the Redbud Classic has become an Oklahoma City tradition involving the community through fitness, fun, and philanthropy.
The first Redbud Classic was held in the spring of 1983. It consisted of the 10 km and 2 mile road race and walk and drew approximately 1,100 participants. Over time, the Redbud has been enhanced with additional events on its roster including the 10 and 30 mile bicycle tours, the 52 miles timed bicycle event, the in-line skating event, the wheelchair event and the ever-growing baby- stroller derby. In the past twenty-four years, the Redbud Classic has attracted more than 85,000 registrants.
Today the Redbud remains focused on offering the community quality events while encouraging competition and fitness.
The Oklahoma City Pro-Am Classic celebrated its inaugural year in 2012 and is proud to return for the 2015 season. What's new for 2015? Even more great racing, larger payouts, and an excellent atmosphere the whole family can enjoy. We're taking you inside three of OKC's best districts, Midtown, Film Row, & Automobile Alley, for three killer days of racing.
OKLAHOMA is a word that was coined by the native American missionary Allen Wright. He combined two Choctaw words, "ukla" meaning man and "humá" meaning red to form the word that first appears in an 1866 Choctaw treaty.
Oklahoma means REDMAN and REDMAN means a challenging swim, a "rolling hills" yet fast bike course, and a closed, flat run course, combined with service and support that will exceed the expectations of the seasoned Full distance or the newbie Half distance triathlete alike.