In short: good organisation, mix of scenery, horrid spike at the end. Might do better running route other way. In full: Well organised if limited on the parking front etc. Marshalls excellent - encouraging runners all the way round with good support from local constabulary. Reasonable crowd and special thanks to the Bracknell Rugby boys for enthuisiatic welcome. Reasonable mix of scenery (Bracknell ain't all bad!) thiough as a local suspect that parts, eg. Harvest Ride etc, would be better if run the other way! All-in-all good run with 4 mins knocked off PB though still 2 mins away from breaking 2 hours. Date of review: May 8, 2006
In short: Lots of marshalls and lots of water - who could ask for more! In full: As always this event is very well organized, and the abundance of water stations run by the local school children are great. Good support from the local crowd as well make this an enjoyable race with good PB potential Date of review: May 8, 2006
In short: Challenging enough to keep you interested In full: Quite a few challenging hills, some not for the faint hearted, the rugby club boys high fives very uplifting well worth coming for the support of the great kids along the way. They were a credit. Atmosphere was brilliant, well done to all the marshalls and local school teachers who help to make this a great event.
In short: Well organised. Very well marshalled. Early start which was welcome. In full: Let's face it Bracknell is not going to be a scenic delight. Nevertheless I thought very well organised with cheery marshalls and a reasonable run. PB (just)so it gives you a chance. Date of review: May 7, 2006
In short: Very enjoyable local run - friendly and well organised In full: As noted by others, few hills, but they're part of of fun of running I've always thought - perfectly flat can get a bit boring.(I've never understood why people complain about hills so much frankly!) Well done Bracknell. Thanks for great run. Date of review: May 7, 2006