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Twenty Four gathered in the gloom for a run or bike ride as you please The weather was nice Cool temps with a little wind; great spring running time Haiku is the call Since YHC lived there and matriculated Offshore and Phonics received the campus his-tree tour while on the run Offshore likes the lake but does not like getting lost in Devils Pitchfork Phonics was looking for some extra credit so he ran up Bostwick Talking scare on the slog up Towana to Grove and we finished strong

Spring is in the air, and so is the pollen. YHC explained the routes, but it really sunk in for several Pax based on proximity to gentleman club landmarks on route. The Routes East on Grove and left on Malvern to Monument and hang a right heading east. 4s turn right on Boulevard, right on Grove back to the VSF. 5s turn left on Boulevard, left on Moore, left on Rosneath, and a right on Grove back to the VSF. 6s keep going on Monument to Meadow and hang a left. Meadow changes names to Hermitage and then take a…

A 21 Pax salute to welcome premier running and riding weather. The routes took us to new territory today. The Route Head west on Grove. 4s take a right on Libbie, a left on Patterson, a left on Maple, and a left on Grove back to the VSF. 5s and 6s continued west down Grove and turn right on the access road in front of the churches. Exit out briefly on Three Chopt and take a right on Pepper. Pepper crosses Patterson and veer right onto Dustin Drive. Take Dustin to the end a Maple and hang a right. At…

What happens when YHC’s two biggest basketball rivals (Duke vs VT) square up in the Sweet Sixteen? It’s a no lose situation and neither were today’s routes. The Grace’N’Allen (Grayson Allen) route was called with a detour down (Justin) Robinson St. The Routes: East on Grove and a left on Thompson. Go past Monument and take a right on Grace. 4’s take a right on Robinson and a right on Grove back to the VSF. 5’s take a right on Allen and a right on Grove back to the VSF. 6’s take a right on Allen and a right on…

23 canvassed the City of Richmond on foot and wheel for a classic Lockjaw Haiku route: Run to U of R Traverse only two fingers No Jelly Needed

25 Strong showed no concern for the Ides of March and decided to Run, Ruck, and Bike in the gloom. The Carillon route was called and off we went. The ruckers enjoyed carrying a small body bag through the streets attracting various looks from the early morning crowd. Congratulations goes to Bootleg who completed an Ultra this past weekend with snow no less. Well done sir! It was great to hear the details of your adventure. Announcements: The GrowRuck team is looking for volunteer shadows to assist for a few hours throughout the event. See Shakedown or Honey Do if…

22 ruckers, runners and bikers posted on a lovely Friday Morning. The Thang and NMM The ruckers launched at 5:15 and headed to hillcrest and other unknown parts and back to MM Runner headed west on Grove, left on Oak, Left on Cary and right on Hillcrest. Then the runners did as many loops as they could in the allotted time. Then back the same way we came. Biker (pullout) headed out on his own for a jaunt downtown. Hillcrest is dark. I knew this already, but you really get the full affect when there are a bunch of runners…

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Ecw8vaKMiC4 Seventeen scratchers came to RAMM for a Herbie Hancock Rockit show. No defined miles today, just settle in and crush it. Negative split. Out 23 minutes. Back 22. North on Commonwealth – East on Grove. Announcements: Wedding Singer’s promotions and marketing team are teeing up an Earth Day 5k at Tredegar on 4/27. See him or his crew for details. NMS: Lab Rat is heavily into the mechanics and descriptive underpinnings of Great Dane breeding. I’m sure he’d be delighted to discuss his newfound interests with you anytime. Way to push today men, negative splits are tough, especially for runners…

18 runners and ruckers showed up for another beautiful morning here in the Pacific Northwest. Yeah, we get it…your weather sucks. Give us back our 20 degrees and clear winter days like we should have. Enough already with the rain. Despite the dreary start, it was actually a nice morning for a run. We ran the always popular Reverse Carillon route. It’s nice to call it out, because nobody bitches and everybody either knows where to go or tags along with somebody that does. Work got done, that is all. Bleeder heard BT and Lab Rat coming behind and finished…

Spring weather before a wintry mix. Yep, its Richmond. Twenty of RVA’s finest came out to cover miles in this fine city. The Route West on Grove and turn right on the access road in front of the churches. Take a right on St Christophers and a right on Patterson heading east. 4s turn on Westmoreland, 5s on Malvern, and 6s on Nansemond with all taking Grove back to the VSF. Marv took us out. The Moleskin Despite the warm weather, you gotta keep those digits warm. Most of the pre-run chatter was TYA (of all people) commenting on Saab’s…

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