Updated and effective: March 22, 2022


In response to the global pandemic, New Global Adventures has developed a company-wide COVID-19 safety policy for our races. Safety is paramount, and we will only host our races if we believe they can take place with a reasonable level of safety for everyone involved.

The following requirements and guidelines are put in place for your safety and the safety of everyone at the event. We ask that all participants, spectators, pacers, race crew, volunteers, sponsors, vendors, and guests follow these requirements and guidelines.

Please take a few moments to review and prepare for your race. Be smart, use common sense, and consider the safety of everyone around you. Together with your cooperation and support will help us bring races back and make an awesome safe race experience for everyone.

California Dept Public Health

On April 29th the California Department of Public Health issued the following COVID-19 GUIDANCE: Community Sporting Events, effective May 1, 2021.  The safety requirements and guidelines we have already prepared are in line with this guidance.


If you think you have been exposed to a known COVID-19 case within 2-weeks of race day, tested positive, or exhibit symptoms, including cough, fever, headaches, fatigue, or trouble breathing, then you may not participate in the event. If you feel there is any chance that you are at risk then please do not come to the race, check with your doctor, and quarantine.

You will not lose your entry if you can not make the race due to COVID-19 exposure or testing positive, simply contact us to inform us that you are not able to make the race and would like to change your entry to a virtual entry or defer to next years race. For the virtual option, you can do your run within 3-months after the race date.



While not required, we strongly recommend being fully vaccinated against COVID-19 at least 2-week prior to the race. Please bring a copy showing proof of vaccination to the race check-in.

You can upload your proof of vaccination on the Pre-Race Check-In form, to speed up on-site check-in.

Why? Even if you consider yourself to be low risk for infection, you may find yourself in a high-risk situation, such as an unanticipated visit, meeting, or contact with someone who has been less diligent than you at avoiding transmission risk.


Anyone attending the race (participants, volunteers, spectators, pacers, family, etc.) that is not fully vaccinated is recommended to have a negative COVID-19 test within 72-hours of checking into the Silver Moon Race.

  • PCR lab test is preferred
  • Home rapid test is accepted if unable to schedule a PCR test
  • For children under 16, a test is preferred but not required
  • If you are against being tested then an official written doctor note stating that you have a clean bill of health and can participate in a large gathering event can be accepted.

It is your responsibility to get tested. Most testing is free, fast, and easy, getting you results in 1-2 days. Visit this page for no-cost testing options. Schedule your test the week of the race so your results are within 72-hours. Be aware that receiving results can vary, check with your testing facility to ensure you will receive your results in time for the race check-in.

This also applies to spectators, pacers, crew, family, volunteers, sponsors, vendors, and partners that plan to attend the race in support of runners.  Please have each person that will join you at the race provide proof of a negative test within 72-hours of the race.


Updated 5/17/2021 

California's mask mandate is still in effect until June 15th. Even with the recent CDC announcement.  Because of this, the following requirements remain in effect.

While the risk of COVID-19 transmission in outdoor settings is very low. We still need to be safe and proceed with caution. Masks and face coverings are recommended at the Silver Moon Race at these points:

  • Parking check-in
  • Race check-in
  • Race start, checkpoint, & finish
  • Leaderboard station
  • Aid-station
  • Food station
  • Medical station
  • Porta-potty/bathrooms
  • Winery tasting room, cafe, seating areas
  • Coming within 6-feet of contact with anyone or groups of people
  • When a volunteer instructs

Plan on carrying masks or face coverings with you at all times and be prepared to put them as noted above and as needed to be safe.


When arriving at the race staging area to check-in please come prepared and follow the safety guidelines of staying distanced, wearing a mask, staying in single file lines, and following volunteer instructions.  Have the following items prepared:

  • Signed release waiver
  • Signed waiver for your pacers, crew, spectators, or family attending the race
  • Photo ID
  • Proof of negative test results within 72-hours of race
  • Proof of vaccination (if vaccinated)
  • Cash (for purchases, upgrades, or add-ons)


For the start of the race, all participants are recommended to wear a mask and socially distance by 6-feet. We will set up a spread-out corral to allow distancing. Depending on total participants we may break out the larger categories into their own start times. This will be determined in the final week before the race.

On The Course

Once on the course and spread out by at least 6-feet, then you can remove your mask. Plan on putting your mask back on when coming into the lap checkpoint, marking your lap on the leaderboard, and stopping at the station.



To minimize the risk of contamination we will reduce open containers of food, snacks, and goodies and focus on pre-packaged food or place items in individual serving cups or bags.


We recommend all runners carry a runner's water bottle or a hydration pack that can be easily refilled. We will have water and electrolytes available in Igloo coolers and pitchers to help refill your bottles or hydration packs.  When you need to refill, please open your bottle or pack to have it ready to be refilled with minimal to no contact required.


To help minimize contact points and risks, we encourage you to be as self-sufficient as possible, especially for those who are camping. Stock up on foods and liquids at your camp to ensure you have enough to get you through your race. If you have pacers, crew, or family staying at your camp be sure to prepare supplies for them as well.


In addition to your regular runner's checklist, prepare the following items:

  • Masks
  • Hand sanitizer
  • Disinfectant wipes
  • Waste bag
  • Reusable water bottle
  • Water & electrolytes
  • Food


We sincerely thank you for your understanding, cooperation, and support to follow these requirements and guidelines. Things are changing almost weekly as the state, counties, and cities begin to fully open up. This is all new territory to help get us out of this pandemic. If you have questions or concerns please do not hesitate to contact us. Working together we can have an awesome and safe race experience for everyone.

Push yourself to beat that real opponent, that voice deep down that screams to stop, that's the true competition, the one from within.

Michael D'Aulerio