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MN Memorial Classic - Lester Prarie Road Race by runner716 Posted Sun 29 May 2011 9:42pm The MN Memorial Classic kicked off Saturday with a road race in Lester Prarie. This was my first road race as a Cat 3 and I wasn't sure what to expect. The course was flat and fast. There were literally NO hills in the entire course. Fortunately, we lucked out and the wind wasn't too horrible either. Instead we kept things interesting wit ... Read on »
Lam Clan Become Road Runners Race Report from the Fred Lebow Classic 5M by The Laminator Posted Sun 09 Jan 2011 5:28pm I have a confession to make. Racing, January, and me just don't mix. Never mind the fact that I've traditionally taken the first part of the winter off to snowboard, travel, or goof off in the name of rest and recovery, even during the years when I've been forced to start training early in preparation for a spring marathon, I've just nev ... Read on »
Karel's Race recap -100K cycling Classic by Marni R. Healthy Living Professional Posted Wed 01 Oct 2008 9:28pm This past weekend was just what I needed. After an up-and-down week of recovery and having to make myself not train as much as I was use to, I really needed a bit of a break. Traveling is something that Karel and I both enjoy and if it involves cycling, we both truely enjoy being together. Because we know each other pretty well and we never fi ... Read on »
Mount Laguna Classic Race Report by Ryan Denner Patient Expert Posted Mon 19 Apr 2010 8:29pm ** It's hard to call this thing a race, but so it is... ** When AdventureCORPs first started advertising for the Mt Laguna Classic last fall, I was told that this had my name all over it.  103 miles, 10,000 ft of elevation, climbing Mt Laguna 3 times, etc – the normal epic weekend stuff ( James , sorry if I steal your word too much - it’s jus ... Read on »
PT. REYES, SINBAD CREEK & STEEP RAVINE: Three Fun-Filled Days Hiking, Biking, Birding, and Whale Watching in Classic California by Gambolin Man Posted Wed 20 Oct 2010 7:14pm Today we’re in luck. The normally fog-shrouded headlands are free from the impenetrable gloom of ocean-scented brume, and - thar she blows! - a small pod of juvenile Pacific gray whales (Eschrichtius robustus) has decided to extend their stay for a couple of months en route on their northerly migration from the calving lagoons of Baja Califor ... Read on »
Colorado Trail Race "It's the final countdown!"--come on sing along! by Jarral R. Posted Fri 19 Aug 2011 12:31am This is the 4th and final part of my Colorado Trail Race Saga for part 1 click here for part 2 click here for part 3 click here . I finally fell into a deeper sleep sometime in the night. It was chilly even in my 32F down bag at 11,700'. I had on my balaclava as I had lost my lighter hat. (Thanks Zach for finding it and carrying it all the ... Read on »
What to do next... after a terrible Cunningham Classic performance by Alberto R. Patient Expert Posted Fri 23 Jan 2009 6:25pm 2008 Cunningham Classic Basically, I survived another Cunningham Classic! Sadly, a survival effort is pretty much what my race was after kilometer 60 and a day that started at 4:40 am and ended at 6:30 pm, including 150 km of riding and 310 km of driving. Fun? I hardly say this when talking riding or racing but Saturday wasn't much fun. ... Read on »
Crested Butte Classic by Jarral R. Posted Tue 27 Oct 2009 4:30pm Well I decided to try the infamous Crested Butte Classic mountain bike race Sept. 27 2008. The race does three loops around Crested Butte on classic single track trails... Oh did I mention it is 100 miles..... And it is not an official race. People just sign up at the start and then ride on the public trails. There are no rules, trail marking (fo ... Read on »
Ironman Wisconsin Race Review by Roman M. Patient Expert Posted Wed 23 Jul 2008 2:06pm Ironman Wisconsin (North American Sports race organaizer) EveryMan Rating:1 Brewskis Rating Scale (based on the amount of beer needed after race) • 4 Brewskis So excruciatingly painful and lame you’ll need a full year of recovery just to forget this race • 3 Brewskis The best thing said and remembered ab ... Read on »
Western States 100 Race Report by Donald Patient Expert Posted Wed 01 Jul 2009 5:48pm “Congratulations! Today is your day. You're off to Great Places! You're off and away!” - Dr Seuss, Oh, the Places You’ll Go! If the quote above sounds familiar – aside from the obvious fact that it’s from the greatest children's book ever written - it’s because I used it last summer, in what was supposed to be my final post prior to the 2 ... Read on »