team lemon runs bay to breakers

Yellow Crew

Above: The Team Lemon crew is decked out in Mac and Cheese yellow!

Bay to Breakers annual 12km race in San Francisco is more than just running, it is pure San Francisco fun loving time with ten thousand-plus participants. This year the lululemon athletica northern California region, Team Lemon, participated in this ninety-eight year old race that starts at the bay and ends at the ocean. Our Mac and Cheese bright yellow outfits blended in with the other outrageous costumes such as little red riding hood, fairies, cops and naked people.

We enjoyed an 83-degree day [ed. note to Canadians: that's about 28 degrees!] with bands every quarter mile cheering us on. Running Bay to Breakers is almost like being in a parade because there are as many people watching from the sidewalk and apartments to see the floats and costumes as there are runners. The course is not exactly easy. By the 6 mile I was so focused on finishing that the sight of another naked runner hardly had me dying from nervous laughter as it did during the start.

Most rewarding was finishing together as a team and celebrating with a nice cold drink of beer followed by a medium rare burger. A month ago I wrote a goal to finish a 15k race by 2015. As long as there is food at the end of the finish line, achieving my 15k is going to be much easier than I thought.

Want to keep up to date on all the other Team Lemon fun? Check out their page on Facebook!

Take a peak at some pics from the event below:

Hands Up!

Above:  A little mid run photo posing!

The gang!

Above: Look at the crowds!

A toast to running!

Above: Definitely time to beat the heat with a cool drink!

Mac and Cheese lovers!

Above: You'll know how to find us! Look for bright Mac and Cheese yellow!

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Way to keep it clean and yellow. Did they really change up B2B this year. I know it’s notoriously wild.

Comment by Lauren Clapperton — June 2, 2009 @ 6:38 pm

Congratulations! It always is more fun running with a bunch of lemons!

Comment by Janice — June 2, 2009 @ 7:55 pm

Nice post!

Comment by Leslie — May 5, 2011 @ 10:16 am

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