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Eagle Creek Trial Marathon

Eagle Creek Trial Marathon

By Erin Hazler My second full marathon of the year is DONE! And it was fantastic! I worked the Eagle Creek Marathon into my 50k training for a little confidence booster (or reality check) to see how my training was going. I’ve been coming out of a bit of a training funk and this race hit the spot. Why was…read more →

Triathlon Tips

Triathlon Tips

By Paul Johnson If you are getting ready to do one of our triathlons, congratulations! We are excited to have you and are committed to making it a great experience. For many of you, there might be a certain level of angst – it might be your first triathlon, or your longest, or perhaps every race you do is a…read more →

Geist Triathlon Announces Date Change

Geist Triathlon Announces Date Change to Saturday, July 27 Public, Participant Safety Factors in Moving the Inaugural Event Date (FISHERS, Ind.) May 23, 2013—Event organizers announced today that the Geist Triathlon at the Indianapolis Sailing Club, originally scheduled for June 22, will now be held on Saturday, July 27 at 8 a.m. After discussion with Town officials, event organizers and…read more →

I am Done with Winter

I am Done with Winter

By Christie Victor I am done with winter. Done. Someone, please, just make the cold go away. Winter has been beautiful and yes, I have enjoyed running in the snowy wonderland week after week this year. My inner clock tells me that it is time for spring. So why did the weather gurus just issue another winter weather advisory? I…read more →

Gray Goat Tip of the Week: Tire Tread

Gray Goat Tip of the Week: Tire Tread

Choose The Right Tire Tread While road-tire treads are strikingly similar, off-road tires come in so many models it can be confusing, initially, trying to pick one out. The key to making a successful choice of either tire type is selecting the appropriate tire for the terrain you’ll be riding. Tires For The Road.  Looking for a little added traction from a…read more →

Paying it Forward

Paying it Forward

By Erin Hazler I started running alone, in the dark of morning where no one could witness the epic battle. I’m not exaggerating. Before I became a runner I spent many years avoiding excessive movement. Instead I opted for immobility, cigarettes and beer. The battle to become a runner was not a pretty one, which is why it was a…read more →