You might have some wtf’s about this race…
Here’s a few answers to some of those…
Not So FAQ About the Race
Do I have to do both events in a race?
– No. The money goes to charity, so if you want to sign up for a race and only do one event (bike or run) that’s your choice. You’ll still get to eat the eats and swag the swag.
What if I don’t have a road bike and want to do the road bike race?
– Well, you’re welcome to use whatever kind of bike you can get ahold of, but you will wish it was a road bike. There are some bike rental companies around town that have mountain bike rentals, but you may want to start craigslisting or ebaying now for a road bike now.
Why can’t we know more about the races?
– Ah, the type A dilemma. Well, pretty much every other single race out there allows you to know everything about it, and to almost experience it before hand, but not this one. This one will be a unique experience. One that you get to share with others as it unfolds. It is designed to be a metaphoric representation of life. Life doesn’t care about your plans, and it’s silly to think you can plan for it. Life is all about how you handle the unplanned. Either you’re up to the task or you’re not. Don’t worry, you won’t be asked to do anything too crazy in these races. You just pretty much have to run or bike, and you already know those distances, so why not sign up?!
Will there be obstacles?
– As of now, no. The courses themselves will be obstacle enough.
How much of the money goes to ASD?
– All of it. Well, all of the profits that is. What other race can say that?
Why aren’t the events in a race all in one day?
– So, we probably could combine it all into one day, but then it’d be frantic trying to get from one place to another. The events in a race are also at different locations, so it would be hard to do it all in one day. Besides, the point of this race series isn’t just to have a physical experience outdoors, but to allow you to have the time, and the freedom, to enjoy other aspects of App(ugh)lachia.
Have other thoughts or questions?
– Email our race director @ email@example.com