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HOW TO GET YOUR BEST PHOTOS
CORRECT BIB# PLACEMENT
On Body - Bike - and Helmet
The photos on RunSignUp will be easily searchable by your name or Bib# as long as your Bib# clearly shows in the photo.
You will receive your bib and decals at check-in, if you have not already picked it up at one of our early packet pick up dates.
So please take your time to have your Bib# clearly displayed on
1-The FRONT of your chest or abdomen, not on your back!
2-On the FRONT of your bike helmet, not the side.
3-On the FRONT horizontal tube, close to the handlebar, for easy side viewing, or on the seat vertical tube.
4- Your right upper arm facing the side, and your opposite left calf facing the side. (2 tattoo’s supplied)
Note: As an extra location you can also write your bib# on your other opposite shoulder and calf with a thick black marker.
Remember your photos will be easily searchable by name or bib#, if the bib# clearly shows in the photo!
Finish Line Photos:
For the best-looking Finish Line photos, make sure to keep your head up, arms up, do not look at your watch, stay in the center, and SMILE for the camera! And try not to get too close behind another runner who may block your photo.
You will then get a GREAT Finish Line photo!
We normally try to take 2 zoomed in photos as you approach the FL (at 10yds & 5yds out), and the last photo right after you cross the FL, at about 1yd!
Don’t hesitate to ask Ed, our photographer to take any special photos of you and your friends and family. He is there to help you get those special memorable photos at the race!
Note: We try to photograph everyone, but it is not always possible.