A Labor day tradition

RUN WITH CARL – 2017 – RACE RECAP

The 2017 event was on Monday, September 4th in Bettendorf, IA. It was sunny with temps in the mid 60s, a little breezy.


I have run this race many times, for the bare bone to the fact pointers, check out my bibrave.com review.

Josh and I woke up early – for the 3rd straight day in a row – had the usual race day fare, hopped in the car and headed east for Bettendorf.


Gear: Sparkle Athletic ice cream skirt, Spi belt, Bibrave BOCO visor, 2xu tank, xx2i France 2 sunglasses, Aftershokz Trek Titanium, Garmin Fenix 3, Road ID, New Balance Shoes, Zensah flamingo socks

We parked, where we always do, in the nearby middle school parking lot, for free. There was also a little bathroom house here.

Next, we had to grab our race bibs and shirt. The packet pickup area is in a parking lot near the start/finish area. Easy to find, just wait in line at the tent. Race day registration was also available. I think the long sleeve, unisex, tech shirt was new this year, so we both made sure to get one.


The kids races went on before the longer distance races. Then there were some announcements, mostly about Carl, who the race is named for. The National Anthem was performed and then it was time to line up for the 5 miler at 8:15. The 5k would follow 15 minutes later.

I had just run the New Bo Half Marathon the day before, I was just gonna run the race to finish. I even lined up as the second to last person to start.


The gun went off…er it did not… the lady operating the starting gun had some mishap, so the announcer stepped in and told us to go. OOPS!

The course winds through the town, on paved streets and the asphalt bike path. There are hills, nothing steep, but training hills are a good idea.

There are at least 3 water only stops on the course, all in paper cups. The miles are marked and there are a lot of volunteers and law enforcement directing participants. There are a few spectators out in their driveways too.

Ok, so I may have started in the back… but of course… I started to pass people as I ran, it was fun. Then I was pushing my pace… yep I couldn’t just run, I had to see what I had. The last half mile or so I caught up with this younger girl, she was not going to let me pass, so I pushed her and we raced down the hill to the finish, whoa that was tough!

I had a finishing time of like 47:30 which was about the same as last year, when I set out to actually race it. So who knows…. I did feel good when I was done.

The finish area was happening! Once the announcer welcomed runners in, there was a live cover band, rocking some tunes. There was bottled water, sparkling water, bagels and bananas. If you were fast you could have got an apple too. There was a photo booth and a tent to get your results printed.


The awards were announced, and if winners were around they were encouraged to take a picture.

This race is a great event, good price, well run. The non traditional 5 mile distance is also something I appreciate. I will always try to make this race and continue to have it as my Labor Day Tradition.


The other component of why this event is so great…meeting with my friends. This year in addition to Josh, there was Kevin and Kelly. I am pretty sure we all try to make this race a must do.


When we were finished we went over to the nearby Dunkin Donuts for coffee, donuts and shenanigans. I have mentioned this many times before, but one of my favorite things about doing all the races is the people I meet.


As Kevin says… Labor Day? It’s Run With Carl Day

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Cheers to a Friend

Cheering on a Friend

“Disclaimer: I received entry into the North Face Endurance Challenge half marathon to review as part of being a BibRave Pro. Learn more about becoming a BibRave Pro (ambassador), and check out BibRave.com to review find and write race reviews!”

You might have read that I will be headed back to Kettle Moraine in the middle of September to run the half marathon as part of the North Face Endurance Challenge.

There are many events to this race, and while I would love to run one of the longer distances, but they are all on a Saturday, Sept 16th. Saturdays in the fall I spend at Kinnick Stadium. Fortunately for me, because there are so many races, I can run one on Sunday, Sept 17th.

Last year I ran the half alongside Laura… and this year she has decided to tackle her first 50k.

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I decided to asked her a few questions as she get prepared for this endeavor:

What is your running background?

“I was never a runner. I was in dance (ballet/en pointe, jazz, and tap) for 14 years, dabbled in volleyball in middle school but let’s be real, I was NOT GOOD. Between the ages of 21 and 22, I started casually running through the park that was near the apartment my husband and I lived in. Then in 2012 I signed up for the inaugural Brewers Mini, not doing any research into what the “mini” distance actually entailed. It was a half, and I had to bust my butt to train for it. It stormed the whole morning and as soon as the lightning stopped, the race organizers were like “Okay, go!” The race was very challenging, both mentally and physically, but the second I crossed the finish line I signed up for another race and well, the rest is history!”

Why did you choose this 50k?

“I’ve done the ECSWI half marathon for the last two years. Last year, I went out on Saturday to cheer on some of my friends and a very dear friend was running the 50K – her first one! After she crossed the finish line she told me “Next year you’re doing this with me!” I made 2017 the year of doing things outside my comfort zone, so I put a marathon and 50K on my race list. TNF puts on such an awesome event, from the pre-and post-race vibe to the course support to the pre-race communication, the whole event weekend is so well run. TNF really engages their participants on social media and makes you feel like you’re participating in the whole event, not just showing up to run a race.”

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What are you most excited about?

“I absolutely love running in the Kettle Moraine State Forest so being able to pound that dirt with other people who love trails as much as I do is such a thrill. The camaraderie between trail runners is special – you’re all out there, suffering but loving it, surrounded by such beautiful scenery – it all makes for a special experience.”

What are you most nervous about?

“I’ve never run this far. The marathon I did in July was my longest run to date and man, did I BONK at mile 18. So I’m kind of nervous to be doing a distance 6 miles farther than I’ve ever done but I know that I’ll have friends out there pushing me through!”

What is the first thing you will treat yourself to when you finish the race?

“There is nothing more refreshing after a long race than an ice cold beer. It doesn’t have to be a heavy, high ABV brew either. So I’m going to walk (or hobble!) my tired butt to the beer tent and enjoy!”

I am excited for her to cross that finish line. Also, she will be running the 5k the day after her 50k – BADASS!!

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If you want to join Laura or myself at this event, head on over to https://www.thenorthface.com/get-outdoors/endurance-challenge/wisconsin.html and Use code “BIB15” to save 15% on your race entry.  

You can also cheer Laura on via Twitter or Instagram, and look forward to her race thoughts on her blog thecaffeinatedrunner.com

 

Half Marathon #44 – New Bo

New Bo Run – Half Marathon #44 Recap


The New Bo Run was held on Sunday, September 3 in the New Bohemia area of Cedar Rapids. There is a 10k and a half marathon that are run at the same time. It was sunny, 60 ish degrees and super humid.

I am no stranger to this event, I have run the half marathon in the past. I am also a board member of the running club, Corridor Running, that helps organize the event. That being said, I did pay for my entry – if there are any questions to my thoughts. As part of the club, I help with their social media accounts, and we ran the course a week before the race.

Josh was running this year too, so we woke up early, had the usual toast with peanut butter and all the coffee, then made the 40 ish minute drive to Cedar Rapids. We were tired, but ready to run. The first Iowa football game was the day before, and the Hawks defeated Wyoming 24-3. Go Hawks!


GEAR: neon green Sparkle Athletic skirt, adidas shorts, lululemon shirt, Orange Mud hydraquiver vest pack 1, xx2i France 2 sunglasses, Aftershokz Trekz Titanium, B1G hat, Brooks Ghost 9, Garmin Fenix 3, RoadID, spibelt, Zensah socks

We were able to grab our bib and shirt before the race with no issues. It seemed many others had the same idea, there was a quick moving, short line. The club also had gear available for sale.

Josh and I needed to use the restrooms, and no matter how many port-o-potties a race brings in, it’s never enough. There were 2 banks of them, with one line for each. Now, we could also get in the debate of multiple lines or one line….. but ANYWAY… Josh and I knew there was a Casey’s (convenience store) 2 blocks away. We did a warm up to the store and passed IG friend Jaclyn on the way (she was doing the same.) Ahh, in and out in minutes, great idea Josh.


We ran back to the starting line. Which for this race is not the finish line. It starts a couple blocks away, not a big deal. Runners were starting to line up as a drone buzzed overhead.  The official race photographer roamed, as the National Anthem was sung live.

I actually stood near the start line to take a picture, then went around the starting timer mat, and hopped into the race. There were no corrals, and I didn’t hear an announcement to line up according to time. However, there were about 1000 participants, and the width of a city street, I didn’t feel too congested.


I did hop into line with social media friend Chelsea and BibRave pro Mel. Hey ladies!!! They are troopers, they had just run a half marathon the day before in Madison, WI. I, of course snapped some photos…and began my race.


Going into the race, I didn’t have a huge goal, but I was going to try and push my pace. However, the humidity was tough, and I was taking photos and posting to IG stories and the Corridor Running twitter feed as I went. YEP…that’s me.

Being familiar with the course, I didn’t expect any surprises. However, my watch beeped at mile one and I didn’t see a mile marker flag. HMMM? SO – I later learned that the mile 5 flag went missing last year at the race, and this year the mile 1 and mile 4 flag went missing. SO, if you know where these are, or know anything about this…please return them. This doesn’t help keep costs down for the race, or make our race compare with others if we have to waste time creating mile marker signs because some punk thinks it’s cool to steal. OK end rant!

I will have a “to the point” review at Bibrave.com if that is more your thing.


Ok, back to running the course. I knew there would be a couple port-o-potties near the entrance to the Prairie Park Fishery, about mile 2.5. As as noted above, there are never enough, lol. I didn’t have to use one, but there were some lines. There was also a water stop here. All the aid stations were water only stops in paper cups.


Then it was time for the 2 courses to split, the half marathon to the left and the 10k to the right. There was a sign and a guy standing there with a pool noodle directing runners.

Trotting along – there was another railroad crossing. Yep, this race has railroad tracks on the course. There are trains that will run during the event, you just need to be alert. The race does their best to work with the railroad, but it is what it is.

Just near mile 3, there is the first hill. It’s not a huge hill, but it’s a nice little climb. This takes you on the back road of the race, where there are more rolling hills. The first part of this section are a chip and seal road treatment, allowing for potholes and weird ruts from traffic, but nothing major. It eventually switches to pavement and a gravel shoulder.


There were more water stops and a few spectators out and about with some great signs. Just a nice day for a run through the back roads of Linn County.

At about the halfway point is the entrance to the Sac and Fox trail. There is a timing split mat set up here along with one port-o-potty. Also something to note is the water fountain in this parking area for the trail. The New Bo run dedicated it a few years back from race proceeds.

This trail is one of my favorite parts of the race. It’s an easy trail, really flat, gravel or packed dirt, no need for special shoes, and it’s shady. There is a water stop on the trail just after the one and only gel stop. There is no other food offered on course.


This race is pretty basic, just water and one gel stop. I knew this going in, so I had my OM pack with some orange Gatorade and a granola bar for an emergency. I am ok on some runs of half marathon with no food, and other times I need more than an electrolyte. At about mile 9 I was feeling like I needed something, so I took a bite of my granola bar.

I am not a huge watch “watcher,” meaning I rarely glance to see what pace I am going. I may check to see what mile I am at when it beeps at me. However, a race walker caught up with me, I was amazed at his form and ability to move so quick…. I also noticed that about every 10 steps he was checking his watch… I am still amazed at how he did it. (I eventually kicked it in and crossed the finish before him.)


Coming back around after mile 10, it was the part of the course that re-joins with the first few miles, so the race is an out and back with a loop in the center.

At the point, I was hot and sweaty, but I kept moving as I found my friend Monty. He is training for the Chicago marathon, and said he has since inspired his wife to run some races too. Hope he has a great training cycle, and an even better marathon.

I was approaching the last mile. I knew that there was a slight hill, more of an incline. When you run out on this part, you don’t realize you are running down hill, but you feel that climb on the way back.


I saw the club President, Mark cheering everyone on. Always nice to see friendly faces. Also, the law enforcement officials were still out protecting all the intersections, and before I could tell them thank you, they were cheering too.

I was on the home stretch to the finish line… I could hear the announcer, but he was sharing the results of the 10k, and giving out awards. I am not sure if the faster kids had their names announced as they crossed the finish line.

I crossed the finish line to see the race photographer, hopefully I was looking fly… or on fleek or whatever the kids say these days….. I was handed my handmade ceramic medal, and reusable plastic cup. I then saw Josh.

We waited by the finish line where I saw many other people – as we were waiting for more people to finish. I then had to leave as I said I would help with the apparel sales. I also wanted my post race treats.


Josh stayed at the finish to see Mel and Chelsea. I walked over to the apparel sales and was told they had things under control. So, I went to check out the post race food. No kolaches…. WHAT?!?!?!? I wasn’t that slow, I mean I did hang by the finish line a while, but what? So, did you have more than one? I did grab a veggie breakfast burrito, but it was kinda mushy from sitting in a steamer… so I did what any runner would do… I walked over to get my plastic cup filled with the Lions Bridge Brewing beer – a Workman’s Comp. There were also water coolers available to fill your cup with water too. No plastic bottles.

I finished the race around 2:12

Of course, I would run into another person I know, Matt, and we chatted for a while. Then as I was standing there, I congratulated Dan and his dog Phil as he placed in his AG, I said hi to Horacio. I also saw Lisa, she had just completed her first half marathon. Lisa was also part of a couch to 5k group I helped with a few years back, this was amazing! Congrats Lisa!

I was then getting texts from Josh… the area is not that big, but eventually he found me, as well as Chelsea and Mel, they had finished and were going to get their beers.


We all stood around and chatted some more, cuz runners like to talk about running.


However, we needed to get moving so we could get back home to let the dogs out. We made the trek back home with a pit stop at the Iowa Running Co, they had black and gold truckers for $10.

Of course, who do we see there but more runners…and Doug… one of the RD of the upcoming Pleasant Creek Trail Run…soooo I got to hear – again – why wasn’t I registered for that race. Well, here is a run down…the race is Sept 16th, which is the home football game against North Texas at 2:30. I can make one loop (15K) get to the game, and then travel to WI for the North Face Endurance Challenge half marathon on Sunday, Sept 17th. I just wasn’t sure I could make it all work, and well I am broke. ok off topic – it happens.

Ok – so I accidentally registered for the 30k PCTR… we will see if that weekend goes as planned. It really was an accident.

Back to the New Bo Half Marathon. I like this race, registration tops out around $50 ish dollars, there is an option for no shirt. The running basics are covered, and no hassles. It’s a community event as it kicks of the New Bo Arts festival too. I do wish there was real food on course or electrolytes, and kolaches for all. I will continue to run this race if it fits in my schedule.

 

 

 

 

Bourbon Salted Caramels

Bourbon Salted Caramels

“Disclaimer: I received entry into The Urban Bourbon Half Marathon to review as part of being a BibRave Pro. Learn more about becoming a BibRave Pro (ambassador), and check out BibRave.com to review find and write race reviews!” 


As you know, I am gearing up for the Urban Bourbon Half Marathon in Louisville, KY on October 21 by giving some bourbon recipes a try.

I reached out and asked for some suggestions on what I should make first…while the overwhelming response was to just drink bourbon over ice, I decided to go a different direction.

I first thought, oh hey, I can totally make some ice cream. I have one of those fancy Cuisinart Ice cream machines, I’ll just whip up the ingredients and watch them freeze. Well…. after a little research and the fear of curdling the eggs, I went another route.

I thought it was time to make some candy. I could take the leftovers to the local farmers market, and possibly tailgating. I was also itching to use my candy thermometer.

I found this recipe for bourbon salted caramels. Thank you internet…all credit to bonappetit.com for their recipe!


I assembled all the ingredients…and read through the instructions.


First I needed to get all the sugary stuff boiling on the stove…easy enough….however, it was supposed to do some fancy thing and turn amber in color….that was not happening, and the suggested cooking time was up.


So I did what any rockstar baker/chef/cook would do…went on to the next step…which was adding more ingredients, including the condensed milk…and I had to cook while swirling  until the temp on the candy thermometer was brought to 240 degrees.

Well…this is where things continued to get weird for me….it was taking forever for the temp to get to 240… I wasn’t sure if I should turn it up, constantly whisk, let it cook with no stirring? I do know that it would burn… so I did keep stirring.


It did start to turn a caramelly (totally a word) color, so I felt something was happening… also it appeared maybe something was starting to burn, but the temp was still not 240, but the suggested cooking time was up for this too… so once it finally got to 240, I yanked it from the heat and added the bourbon.

Then there was more stirring.

I added it to a 8 x 8 prepared dish – it was oiled and lined with wax paper – since I am out of parchment. This is foreshadowing, should have went out for some parchment paper.


Then it cooled, as I topped it off with some salt. I also licked the hot pan clean, and couldn’t taste the bourbon… however after more licking… I noticed there was bourbon.


It seemed to take forever to cool…and I may have stopped reading instructions at some point, cuz I think I put them in the fridge to harden up…then they were out of the fridge…then they were still not settled… so back in the fridge.

Then the next day I decided I was going to cut them into squares. They were a sticky mess, and the wax paper eventually came off, but yeah…don’t use wax paper.

As I cut them up, they were the consistency of caramels, and well I ate too many of them. At this point I really didn’t get the bourbon flavor. Someone suggested I just chase em down with bourbon.


Then I individually wrapped them all in wax paper. They looked like real candy. I had some set aside for the market and some for my husband to take to work.

Well the next day, something broke down… they were not sticky, or gooey like, they crumbled. While I am not a chef / candy person / baker or chemist… I am sure this relates to all the temperature changes. Heartbreaking…so much work…

Oh well I tried something new…. what should I make next?

Ready to just skip the recipes and sample all the bourbon? Well then join me in Louisville at the race. They just released the t-shirt design too!!! Use code BourbonRave2017 for 10% off – http://www.urbanbourbonhalf.com/ Price increase September 13.

Places to Run – Scott Blvd

PLACES TO RUN

Scott Blvd – Iowa City, IA


Location: Scott Boulevard is an arterial road that runs from north to south on the east side of Iowa City. The southern edge intersects with Highway 6 and the north intersects with Highway one. The total length is near 5 miles, or 4.87 miles to be exact.

Segments: Highway 1 to Rochester Ave – remote area, not as busy. Rochester Ave to Muscatine – really busy. Muscatine to Highway 6 – active segment, but not as busy.

Mileage: The total length is near 5 miles, or 4.87 miles to be exact.

Terrain: This is all paved cement, wide sidewalk.

Elevation: Rolling hills. Nothing steep, but a great workout.

Scenery: Residential, business and cow pasture (the Hwy 1 to Rochester Segment.)


Maintenance: The sidwalks are inspected for cracks and kept in great condition. In the winter the snow is removed by the owner of the sidewalk, sometimes non city portions take a while to get cleared.


Markings: There are no mile markings or signs.

Features: There are no public bathrooms on the route, however you can stop at the Gas Station near the intersection with Court St. There are also port-o-potties across the road in the Iowa City Dog Park, near the Muscatine intersection. No water fountains.

Warnings: There are busy intersections on this route, including 4-way stops. IMO no one is paying attention and is always in a hurry to take their turn, often never stopping. There are also some side streets, where cars speed thru the cross walk to the street, no paying attention to pedestrians. PLEASE be alert! Bikes will use this sidewalk instead of the road too.

Personal Notes: I frequently run the portion of Scott Blvd between Muscatine and Rochester. From where I live it’s easy for me to run a 5k with an out and back. My favorite thing is the wide sidewalk and the hills.

Other: There are usually many people out and about using this sidewalk too.

Map:

Relive – https://www.relive.cc/view/1135820118 or https://www.relive.cc/view/1147289931

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The Return to North Face Endurance Challenge – Half Marathon

“Disclaimer: I received entry into the North Face Endurance Challenge half marathon to review as part of being a BibRave Pro. Learn more about becoming a BibRave Pro (ambassador), and check out BibRave.com to review find and write race reviews!”

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That’s right, I can’t stay away from the North Face Endurance Challenge in Kettle Moraine. I ran the 50k in 2015, and the half marathon in 2016, and because of a home Iowa Football game, I will be running the half marathon again this year.

The race offers a lot of distances to run. On Saturday, September 16 there is the 50 miler, 50k, marathon, marathon relay and kids run. I would love to run the 50k again, but it just doesn’t work for me.

However, the half marathon – which is the longest distance offered on Sunday, September 17th works for me. There will also be a 10k, 5k and another kids run.

Also, if it’s not obvious, these races are all on the trails through Kettle Moraine, including parts of the Ice Age Trail. In my opinion, they are not tough trails, but a great introduction to trail running.  There will be some single track, parts with rocks, sandy areas, grass, and running along the road. In fact, the past 2 years I have run this in non trail shoes.

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If this looks like a race you would be interested in, use code “BIB15” to save 15% on your race entry. https://www.thenorthface.com/get-outdoors/endurance-challenge/wisconsin.html Make sure to register before Sept 13 for the best rate.

If you have any questions about the race, let me know. I enjoy the trails up there, and I am looking forward to going back.

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Under Armour Horizon RTT Shoes Review

Under Armour Horizon RTT Shoes Review


“Disclaimer: I received the Under Armour Horizon RTT Trail Shoe to review as part of being a BibRave Pro. Learn more about becoming a BibRave Pro (ambassador), and check out BibRave.com to review find and write race reviews!”


SHOES!!! When there is an opportunity to test shoes through Bibrave, I will always throw my hat in the ring. Yes, I have a go to shoe, but you never know if there is a better one out there, especially on the trails.


How about I start with a first impression (I received the Marlon Blue/Neptune color):

  • They are bulky looking
  • They are stiff, would they be comfortable?
  • The tread means business – lots of “lugs”
  • They look like they can “handle” tough terrain
  • The material is kind of plasticy

Here is what the website has to say:

  • These were made for the runner who makes the trail their second home. With superior cushioning & incredible durability, they‘re are ready to put in some serious miles.

    Product DNA

    • Durable PU & textile upper for breathability & reliable protection
    • Reinforced welded synthetic material in critical areas for increased durability
    • Mesh heel with dual protective welds
    • Molded collar foam package for added comfort
    • Charged Cushioning® foam puck placed under the heel for responsive comfort
    • Lightweight, full-length EVA midsole for optimal cushioning
    • High traction rubber lug outsole for dependable traction on a variety of conditions
    • Offset: 7mm
    • Weight: 9.2 oz.
    • Imported

I’ve logged about 43  miles in these shoes, testing all kinds of terrain – single track, dirt, rocks, crushed limestone and even pavement. Here are some highlights from those runs.

July 25, 2017 – First run. I do not run in a trail shoe, so my first run is comparing to my regular go to shoe. 5 miles, crushed limestone. Ok, soooo 5 miles in a new pair of shoes is risky, but I gave this a go. They were stiff & clunky, but seemed to “relax” as I ran. My right foot arch, PF was bothered. I didn’t feel they were very cushiony.


July 27, 2017 – 4 miles, crushed limestone. I had no foot pain, they felt good, it was a run as usual.


July 30, 2017 – 3 miles, various trail surfaces – single track, grass, dirt. I put them to the test. I always felt I had good footing. No foot pain.


August 2, 2017 – 2 miles, pavement run. Say what???  Yep, I ran to the farmers’ market, it was all on paved surface. I was glad I did, I had to run through some mud on the way. I choose to test them on pavement as sometimes when you run trails you have to cross roads or take access roads to get to the trail. I didn’t have any problems, but I don’t think they have enough cushion to run any further than this on pavement.


August 7, 2017 – 3 miles, crushed limestone. No issues. I took a lot of pictures wearing the shoes, so I will keep on with each testing run.


August 8, 2017 – Ran 4 miles at Squire Point, which is a combination of sand, rocks, packed dirt. Felt confident on these trails. I need to go back to this area when it’s wet to test out the tread.


August 10, 2017 – Ran 3 miles on the Hoover Nature Trail, crushed limestone. No problems… the more I wear these the better they feel for me.


August 11, 2017 – 6 miles on crushed limestone. Longest run in them, continue to have no problems


August 14, 2017 – 3 miles on the crushed limestone, no issues.


August 21, 2017 – Solar Eclipse Day! I took a week off from the shoes, but I had a beer run with a friend and a weekend of back to back races. I ran a nice 3 miles on the crushed limestone. It’s one of my favorite places to run, and easy on the joints. The shoes are just like any of my other go to shoes at this point.

August 24, 2017 – 5 x 800 on the crushed limestone trail, total of 5 miles. Who needs a track? Yes, I did speed work in the shoes I initially thought were clunky. No issues, maybe even felt speedy!


Conclusion: These shoes at first were stiff and clunky, but after breaking them in, they are now part of my current shoe rotation. The stiffness is due to their durability on the trail, they can take some abuse. I can also appreciate how they perform on the trail, while I wasn’t running in slippery mud, the lugs made for a great grip on loose crushed limestone.  At $109 for a pair of trail shoes, they are a great deal!! I can’t wait to hit the trails.


If you aren’t convinced these are the shoes for you, read what my fellow BibRave Pros are saying: TedrickLindseyJessicaFallonCasey – FrankVanessa

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