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Chiller 24

Race To The End: 2018 Chiller

Today we wind it back to the Chiller 24 race of 2018. This was a year infamous for its horrific weather which consisted of 12 hours of torrential rain that seeped into every corner possible. The quote inside the marque that came above the loud...

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Cold Brew Events

Ride It Out

It's safe to say that we are bursting at the seams to be able to put on events again. It's been a devastating time for our industry which has been effectively shut down since March. Event companies are prime candidates to be slipping through the...

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goat strava

Strava Goat Madness!

A few runners out there really brightened up our day by accepting the challenge of running in a squiggly manor to produce some kind of outline of a goat.  Keep in mind that people have to deal with roads, fences, gates etc then you really...

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Bloodybush trail

Bloodybush Resurfaced

Kielder forest has a huge amount of high quality mountain bike trails. There is something for all levels of ability with skills sections, blue/red/black graded trails and some entertaining off piste riding. One of the original sections of trail is near the Border Stane, a...

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Catch up with Tommy Wilkinson

Anyone who vaguely knows me will have it imprinted in their brain that my favourite set of hills is Northumberland's own Cheviots. That's pronounced Chee-vee-ots for those not in the know. After years and years of getting to know every nook and cranny of these...

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England Athetics

England Athletics Update

We're all bursting to get out and hit those trails with some quality running but this damned 'rona is keeping us all apart.  Like jilted lovers the longing is there but the reality means the distance stays.  We all want to know just when we...

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Deadwater 100

Deadwater 100 Postponed

It's sad that we had to postpone the Deadwater 100. In 2020 it was set to be the National Champs as well as the usual sufferfest for those people who are not part of the champs. The inaugural running of the event included such features...

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A Barrowburn Blast From The Past

Many moons ago we organised a one-off duathlon in the quiet hills of the Upper Coquet valley.  It attracted a very small field but the event was all about having fun and getting out into the serenely beautiful setting of Barrowburn.  The ladies winner was...

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Cold Brew Events

Starting Orders?

Those of us predisposed with the mountain biking racing genome are chomping at our knuckles hoping to get back out and get stuck into some solid trail smashing.  Long climbs to burn the lungs followed by snaking down some flowing singletrack is food for the...

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Interview with Paul Brunger

The Winter Wipeout race of 2018 was a bit of a classic as local racers battled it out to see who got back to Ingram cafe first.  The conditions were very wet underfoot and it would take patience, experience and determination to win the day. ...

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