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2013-08-13 9:51 AM

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Subject: Bear it all off road tri
I just signed up for this after my fun at Lory. Has anyone done it before? Anyone planning on racing?


2013-08-13 11:25 AM
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I am planning on it being my only tri of the year (although if I don't start swimming, it might become a DU )
2013-08-14 1:08 PM
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I've already signed up for the new mountain bike tri in fruita, but I may hit this one as well. Fruita was going to be my first off road. I earned a free entry working the race last year. The bear lame one may be a good test run though. I have run and biked out there several dozen times this summer. Nice park. I wish they would have a road tri out there.

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2013-08-14 2:59 PM
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Originally posted by robertbarker50

I've already signed up for the new mountain bike tri in fruita, but I may hit this one as well. Fruita was going to be my first off road. I earned a free entry working the race last year. The bear lame one may be a good test run though. I have run and biked out there several dozen times this summer. Nice park. I wish they would have a road tri out there.


Ask and you shall receive - Racing Underground picked this up from Riptide

http://www.racingunderground.com/littlefoot/
2013-08-14 3:24 PM
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I just signed up for it yesterday.  Looks fast and fun!
2013-08-14 8:56 PM
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Sounds like there will be a bunch of us are doing it. I hope the weather is good! I'm going to check out the trails this weekend.


2013-08-15 8:37 AM
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Originally posted by peto_primo

Originally posted by robertbarker50

I've already signed up for the new mountain bike tri in fruita, but I may hit this one as well. Fruita was going to be my first off road. I earned a free entry working the race last year. The bear lame one may be a good test run though. I have run and biked out there several dozen times this summer. Nice park. I wish they would have a road tri out there.


Ask and you shall receive - Racing Underground picked this up from Riptide

http://www.racingunderground.com/littlefoot/


Thank you. I just signed up for the Littlefoot Triathlon this morning. I think I'll go ride the course today.
2013-08-21 11:39 PM
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couldn't make the Sunday pre-rides. Looking to try and do a bike/run brick preview Friday morning if anyone is interested ( I need to be done by noon)
2013-09-10 12:05 PM
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Who's not ready for Sunday?? -- Me, but I'll be there going through the motions, hopefully get out of the water with some energy and fake my way through the rest.
2013-09-10 6:06 PM
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Did it last year - my first ever tri. It was great fun. Still trying to work out the details to get down there Sunday. I am not ready either, but I am probably as ready as I will ever be. Should be a good "training workout" for the Fruita tri in October

...Now if they would just add a Clydesdale division......

2013-09-10 10:26 PM
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Originally posted by grizzlyclyde

Did it last year - my first ever tri. It was great fun. Still trying to work out the details to get down there Sunday. I am not ready either, but I am probably as ready as I will ever be. Should be a good "training workout" for the Fruita tri in October

...Now if they would just add a Clydesdale division......




Yeah, the way I go into races I could be over 220 by Sunday


2013-09-11 5:16 PM
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Just signed up. Should be fun. Not excited about stretching the run from 2.6 miles last year to 4 this year. I am not too proud to walk.
2013-09-12 12:51 PM
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Just got the email that it has been postponed due to heavy rains.  I had tapered this week and was hoping to kill this race (except the swim .  We'll see when it gets rescheduled...
2013-09-12 1:21 PM
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Originally posted by FF Stock

Just got the email that it has been postponed due to heavy rains.  I had tapered this week and was hoping to kill this race (except the swim .  We'll see when it gets rescheduled...


Got the same thing. Hope is it not Sunday Sept 22. Guess that give me time to get some work in - no excuses (other than the same things that have been pre-empting workouts for the last 6 weeks)
2013-09-13 11:01 AM
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I hope this rain stops! (Said from inside an evacuation zone but on a hill)

Looks like it is getting worse by Bear Creek

http://www.9news.com/news/local/article/355031/346/Bear-Creek-level...
2013-09-13 11:46 AM
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I haven't received an email update yet but the website is saying that the new date is 9/22 at 9 am.



2013-09-13 12:38 PM
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sounds like another week to prepare.

Sending thoughts and prayers to all affected by the rain and flooding along the front range. 

2013-09-13 1:51 PM
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Originally posted by FF Stock

I haven't received an email update yet but the website is saying that the new date is 9/22 at 9 am.




Well, there goes $65.00, don't think I can/should get out of my commitments for 9-22 ...
2013-09-13 3:46 PM
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Yea I'll be there but instead of sleeping in my own bed the night before I'll be on duty.  Crossing my fingers for a quiet night!
2013-09-18 6:50 PM
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looks like the race was canceled now
I think they're open the floodgates the creek is running very high right now
2013-09-18 6:50 PM
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looks like the race was canceled now
I think they're open the floodgates the creek is running very high right now


2013-09-19 12:35 PM
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Yea saw the pictures he posted and the flooding in the park is crazy!  Oh well at least he is letting us race next year.  A little bummed though at the abrupt end of my season!
2013-09-19 1:47 PM
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Woo Hoo - another year to train.

Originally posted by FF Stock A little bummed though at the abrupt end of my season!

If you are up for the drive, the Deserts Edge in Fruita is still on for Oct 5 and 6

2013-09-21 10:47 PM
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Was camping out at Bear Creek this weekend. The water is at crazy levels. Didn't get too close (didn't bring my bike or running shoes to the campground) but where the single track trail goes up Mt Carbon, there is water 1/2 mile south of that. With all of that though, Soda Lakes still extremely low (guess it doesn't get fed by Bear Creek at all. It will be weeks and more like months til some of those trails are ready (totally uneducated guess and I did not sleep at a Holiday Inn Express last night
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