As promised, the RVR blog is now highlighting some of the best new products at the store. Maybe not so new as the case may be with the Garmin Forerunner 610, it launched at the Boston Marathon this year, but still innovative and very new to the market for Summer 2011.
We've had these babies in the store for over a month now and the response has been super favorable. User friendly, convenient, svelte sizing, and a great web interface make this the ultimate tool for training.
Check out the video and see what you've been missing from the leader in running GPS technology.
Check your email later this week to find out how you can win one of these watches during our anniversary sale this weekend.
Monday, July 18, 2011
Yes, the logo looks like an 80's ski genre movie poster complete with snow and egg yolk sun. What's uncanny is that there is still snow on Mt A race your Co RD looks like she just rolled off the screen of Hot Dog or Ski Patrol but definitely not 2009's Hot Tub Time Machine, that was too good a movie.
|Jenn Shelton carving turns on MT A last week.|
What I'm really talking about if you've followed me this far is the upcoming Mt A 5K. It's a benefit run for Jefferson Public Radio and is put on by store employees Jenn Shelton and Maya Nerenberg. Sorry, Jenn doesn't actually work at the store she just takes GU's from it like she does.
This is the inaugural event and by all standards it shouldn't even make it off the ground. But from what I've heard there's a keg at the finish, prizes for just about every finisher, a premium for first man and woman to the summit (you must ring the bell), and word is a new Hyundai will be raffled off. OK, so I'm not so sure about that last one.
One thing I do know is that the event will be a great tune up for the upcoming Mt Ashland Hillclimb Run some two weeks later and will give competitors an idea about the best way to approach the summit.
I feel this race is pretty extreme and although I scoffed at the idea months ago or rather the hypothetical proposition of such said event I am happy to see it gaining steam under the watchful eye of two incomparably capable race directors .It's amazing what, most likely, initiative and motivation can accomplish. Perhaps you too will turn out Saturday and see what you've got stored.
Friday, July 08, 2011
The 2011 Siskiyou Out Back is tomorrow and with that we want to wish everyone a great time on trails.
This years course has been rerouted due to excessive amounts of snow on the crest and PCT. It's a fast first 20+ so don't be fooled into thinking it's going to stay that easy. The climb up Time Warp will be daunting and punch runners into the sun just as you reach the highest elevation of the day. Rogue Valley Runners will be waiting for you at the aid station and we'll get you moving on to those last few miles!
See you out there!