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Newer Post Older Post Home. Subscribe to: Post Comments Atom. Bay to Breakers - Part 1 Instagram Sharing Last year, city workers collected 15 tons of trash along the race course.
At the starting line, there were tortillas everywhere — a scene of culinary devastation amid other debris: inflatable beach balls, discarded sweatpants and half-filled water bottles.
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Along the route were food wrappers, signs, shirts and even lawn chairs, city officials said. The cleanup followed the runners, the process honed to military precision. After a line of police motorcycles cleared the streets, directing people to the sidewalks and the park, a crew removed temporary hot and stacked it on the back of a flatbed truck.
A brigade of parks and public works employees with leaf blowers followed, pushing trash, bay paper and plastic cups and some lost costume pieces, into the center of guys street. Street sweepers and hand crews picked up the detritus, and a water truck sprayed down the streets, leaving them cleaner than usual. Along the way we spotted many red and white striped "Where's Waldos," a few Stephen Curry lookalikes, at least one inflatable Tyrannosaurus rex, and yes, the usual handful of naked runners. Others got even more creative with their costumes, paying tribute to popular shows like "The Handmaid's Tale" or to local favorite eateries like Bob's Donuts and Breakers Guys.