Tag: race planning

Become a women-friendly race promoter

If you invest your time in teaching and encouraging women to become better riders today, you can create an environment that promotes women to try racing for the first time and encourages more women to attend your events.

/ May 21, 2018

Your schedule is your race day movie script

Have you ever thought about how the schedule you use to direct a race is very similar to how a script is used to make a movie? Not those big budget blockbuster (unless you’re doing a major marathon, or hosting a national event), but one of those smaller independent film. Maybe something Kevin Smith or...

/ August 8, 2016

How contact lists can impact racer turn out

Every time you make a connection with your racers, from pre-registering for your events, to registering for your event on race day, you need to get their contact information.

/ January 17, 2016

Getting the trail out of your head

About 10 years ago, I started mountain biking. That addition to my life led me to trail running. Soon I was orienteering, and then found a way to put it all together in a slog fest called adventure racing. All of it was a way for me to interact with the outdoors… again. You see,...

/ December 20, 2015