Tag: process

How bad do you want that permit?

If you want that permit bad enough, then it is your job to teach your park administrators what smarter access actually means.

/ November 22, 2017

How to set the right price for your race

Figuring out what the right registration price to charge for your race is not easy. That's why you stop the guess work and start using a process that works.

/ June 15, 2017

Build your first race promotion roadmap

The anatomy of a roadmap consists of two basic things: a start and a finish. The in-between of a roadmap can include as much or as little detail as you want. If you haven’t read “You start with a roadmap“, then go do that now, then come on back. I’ll wait! You back yet? What...

/ June 25, 2016

You start with a roadmap

You want to start building off-road races? That is awesome! But where do you start? Many new race promoters (and plenty of existing race promoters) have no clue what to do first. So instead of bounding their planning cycles with some kind of process, they wing it. Chances are, many of you are racers turned...

/ June 20, 2016

Get your next race permit approved

Permits are the life’s blood of your race on public land. Without a permit, you have no legal permission to use the venue, and all the insurance in the world will not protect you if someone gets hurt. The permit is the single document that unlocks access, resources, and liability protection. No permit, no race....

/ June 10, 2016

What I wish I knew before I built my first race

When you decide to build your first race, you discover just how alone you are. Unlike fixing a car, writing software, or getting tips on how to beat just about any video game, there is very little on proper race building. Sure, there are a few blog posts out there that give you the highlights,...

/ May 24, 2016