Originally posted by quaker02:
I cant believe that you know so many Penn graduates and you still dont want to get out your head lamp for a night run...
lol. no i would. this summer is packed with training, races, or tapering, so there were no available times this summer when i went to organize it we had a blast at the one in February. We had it on the Perkiomen trail after the cops chased us away from Valley Forge Park
Originally posted by robhamm:
What is this? The secret French Creek Fatass Forum.
The run could be like an open house, starting at 1PM till the last person standing. It wouldn’t be a race per say, just a big old day of running. That may not be a crowd pleaser. There is no defined goal.
Maybe it could be combinations of loops. Green trail, then Blue trail, then Orange… and repeat. The loops could keep returning to the group tenting area where an aid station would be setup. Now, aspiring ultra runners can run one loop or a set of loops, stop rest, and pickup with a group on another set of loops. The winner would be the one who runs “x” amount of loops in the shortest amount of time. This whole event could be followed up with a campfire and S’mores.
Rob- plug this to loopy.... Loopy love loops!!
oops yeah, missed some of the latest messages, but indeed a fan of loops.
all this talk about organizing fat *** races got me thinking of my dream event -- there is a university cross country course near my house that includes a 1 mile loop all on a wide grass path with a couple of rolling hills. There are even portapotties and water fountains nearby. I would love to do a duration race there -- like a 6hr,8,hr,12hr, etc. and just see how many loops you could do...
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