if its dry'ish you should be fine with road shoes but as meldy says if its wet it will get muddy in parts. also you may be able to 'buddy-up' with someone else who is driving on thier own.
why not do both Saturday and Sunday races, then you won't have a problem! Smiley Lady did that this year, finishing well under 6 hours on each day!
I wore ordinary road shoes, they worked fine.
Definately ordianry shoes but good socks.
On both days this year, there were plenty of people coming and going, you should be able to arrange a lift or at least a shuttle bunny to the nearest public transport.
I thought there were about 3 versions of this race now.
Which one are you doing Sara ??
Just wondering if this route is marked? or do you rely on the map for the whole way? Is the course easy to follow? I'm entered to do the town to tring on the Saturday, first time doing it and am not familiar with the area at all.
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