Hot Chocolate 15K San Francisco

Disclaimer: I received free entry to the Hot Chocolate 15K race as part of being a BibRave Pro. Learn more about becoming a BibRave Pro (ambassador), and check out BibRave.com to review find and write race reviews!

It’s race week and I’m ready for my first race of 2018 (and first race since the Dallas Marathon a month ago)! I did the Hot Chocolate 15K in SF last year, only to have it cut short by sideways rain, wind gusts and crummy weather.

This year, the expo is Friday and Saturday again at the South San Francisco Conference Center.

  • Hours: Friday, Jan 5 from 12-7, Saturday, Jan. 6 from 10-6

Still haven’t gotten your shuttle tickets? Save yourself the pain of driving and parking race day and have someone else drop you off at the race. Get tickets and print them off before hand!

The race takes place at Golden Gate Park, so take a peak at the course while you have the chance. Don’t forget, sweetness and chocolate are on course!

Traveling from out of town? Here’s some things to do this weekend in San Francisco

  • France is a Feast: the Photographic Journey of Paul and Julia Child at the Napa Valley Museum
  • The Holiday Ice Rink at the Embarcadero Through January 7, 2018
  • The Safeway Holiday Rink in Union Square
  • $5 First Sunday at the Oakland Museum of California
  • Visit Pier 39 or Fisherman’s Warf
  • Take a visit to the Golden Gate Bridge

Curious about places to eat? Check out Eater SF

Here’s to hoping weather reports stay consistent with partly cloudy and 50s for this weekend and see you there!

 

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Hot Chocolate San Francisco

Disclaimer: I received free entry to the Hot Chocolate 15K San Francisco as part of being a BibRave Pro. Learn more about becoming a BibRave Pro (ambassador), and check out BibRave.com to review find and write race reviews!

I’m trying to figure out where 2017 went! I spent my first weekend off of work of the year (all the way back in January) in San Fransisco for the Hot Chocolate 15K. Forgot about that race? Read about it here. The weather got bad enough on race day (gusts of wind, rain, craziness), that the race was shortened to just over 5 miles. I’m hoping for this year, that the weather cooperates and I get the full 15K in. Honestly, I’m hoping to get a PR for the 15K distance (I’ve been chomping at the bit for that one).

Here’s some need to know stuff:

Shuttle tickets: spots are limited, so if you haven’t gotten tickets, hurry!

Still haven’t registered?? Time’s running out so chop chop! BRHCSF18 even gets you a free hat!

Check out this year’s bling, because it’s awesome!

Also look over the Pre Race Guide, especially if you’re coming from out of town!

Take a look at the course beforehand so you can be prepared ahead of time!

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