The Badgers back...
My garmin elevation was 950 feet - 768 metres would put the area up with some of englands highest peaks!
Couldn't make it today I'm afraid HC You know how it is - life and all that cr@p. That's the first year I've missed it I think. Did Dr Rob sing?!!
Timothy, your elevation reading is about the same as the bikehike.co.uk figure so I guess that's about right.
No, the runners were spared my singing... they had rock'n'roll instead. Sounds like it was a great event.. well done Alan and 'Happychap'!
Happychap you were spot on with your advice about road shoes being fine and your estimate of 10% longer than road time. Thank you. Great course and well marshalled (although I nearly ran into the fly tipping). I really enjoyed it, but didn't see any badgers until the one on the bottle at the finish. The age grading presumably doesn't take into account hills and terrain so I'm not disappointed by my 64.87% 'performance'. I'll be back next year.
Susannah, if you click on the event at the top and scroll to the bottom of that page you can limk through there.
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