Do Stop 3, 6, 12 and 24 Hour Trail Race

Friday, April 12 – Saturday, April 13, 2019

G6 Ranch, 10990 Sowma Rd, Bremond TX, 76629

Click here for a Map to G6 Ranch

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You know how most races provide encouragement you to keep going? Aid stations are set up to give the runners the support they need and get you moving. Not us. The Do Stop trail race wants you to come out to Bremond, TX, to start a nice long day of running on a gentle 2 mile loop. You can choose to run for 3, 6, or 12 hours. We’ll give out medals for your greatest distance achieved. 64 miles and 100 Miles will receive belt buckles. Along with medals, each participant will receive a prize just for coming out. 


  • The 24 Hour Race will start Friday night at 7:30 PM and end Saturday night at 7:30 PM with the 12hr Runners.
  • The 12 Hour Race starts at 7:30 am. You shouldn’t need a headlamp because sunset won’t be until 7:30 pm.
  • The 3 and 6 hour races start at 8:00 am.

Parking and camping are free.

There will be an aid station set up just outside the course at the start-finish area. We’ll have lots of goodies, chairs, and activities for you to enjoy. Spend as much or as little time as you want at the aid station. We’ll never tell you to get moving or tell you how close you are to getting a buckle if you can just do one more lap.
If you don’t spend the minimum required time on the course (Listed Below), you get a DNF (did not finish) regardless of how many miles you do. It’s all about staying mentally strong and finishing what you set out to do without someone holding your hand. Naturally, pacers are not allowed, but if you want to team up with other runners to support each other as you run – go for it.

The minimum required times to be on the course are as follows:
  • 3 hour race – 2 hours, 40 minutes
  • 6 hour race – 5 hours, 15 minutes
  • 12 hour race – 10 hours, 30 minutes
  • 24 hour race – 21 hours, 30 minutes

This is a cup-less race, bring a bottle. 

A portion of every registration goes to support the Lone Star Running Project

The Course

The course is on easy trails with a small section of easy single track.  There is about a 60 ft difference between the low sections and the high sections which will have you making the climb 4 times.