Is it to early to start the debate?
So... where we going then??
As a (forcibly)retired IM pirate I hope it's somewhere where there's an option for a half or a relay! Or an Oly race the day before like in IMCH.
Without reading back through dated thoughts on this thread, if we had some suggestions for next year that will attract a good number of pirates, be accessible to all, within a feasible budget bearing in mind some come with family than I am sure a decision will be made in the next couple of weeks
In my opinion it doesn't need to be branded, just a damn fine event!
Why not all go out and steal some bread, or a hankerchief, and get transported to the colonies like the good old days? All your transport, food, and lodging paid for, just the odd flogging and the small matter of it being a one way ticket, but worry about that after the race.Last one out please turn off the lights ...
IM Sweden seems to get mentioned a lot?
Maybe with the number of pirates being so huge it's possible to always do a home and away championships? Like this year with Lanza and Henley?
And IM Wales seems popular - that could be the home choice?
That's my suggestion to keep lots of people happy?
I would be very interested in doing France even though its a beast of a course!
Has Almere been sunk? I'd be keen for that Wales not so much
Im france.... im branded, spectator friendly, but opens soon
Its travel friendly
Almir.... Close but some dont like wave starts...Not a holday destination...
Sweden - beer costs......so no
France would work for me actually.
wasn't the beer at IM Nice really expensive last time they went.......its already been a pirate championship race
You could do the enduroman one in the new forest.......camping £7 a night or nearby travelodges.......etc
only about £150..........very supporter friendly as the bike is a 11.6 mile loop 10 times and the run is a 1.1 mile loop......and you could do it as a relay team and their will be a half on the same day for those not ready for the full
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