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Expedition races are a family-friendly alternative to other adventure races. These can cover long distances and last 24 hours or more. A family race can be completed in an afternoon, and anyone who can pedal a bike can participate in teams of two to four people. Some races even allow bike trailers, so that the little kids can join in the fun. Our family adventure races require no prior experience, last 2-3 hours, and focus on having fun as much as building confidence and outdoor skills in area youth.

Families are to travel as a team, leaving no more than 30 metres between family members at any part of the race. Take your racing to challenges you’ve never before seen. Combine endurance with excitement through adventure racing.

Get started with an adventure race. If you answered yes, and even if you answered no, try making an adventure race for your family and friends. It’s kind of like a scavenger hunt where teams race around your city or town collecting items on a list and completing challenges. It can be a lot of fun. Combine endurance with excitement through adventure racing.

11 Finish-Line Photos That Inspire Whether it’s your first or 100th race, crossing the finish line brings a feeling of accomplishment. The largest online directory of races and clubs. Though we Try To be accurate And On top Of things Race details can change When we aren’t lookin. 8. Water for adventure races.

When adventure racing, try to keep the weight of your kit low one of the biggest burdens to all racers is their water supply. For multiday races consider carrying a small, lightweight (but efficient) water purifier. That being said, at the same time, it’s worth checking the availability of water sources on your.

Adventure Racing offers an easy crossover for cyclist, runners and water sport enthusiasts just to mention a few. Adventure races can vary anywhere from 2-5 person teams, with some events now offering solo categories. The disciplines can also vary from race to race.

Adventure racing can include shredding through tight single track on a mountain. Family teams will race a shorter course more suitable to young kids and will not include paddling. In an Adventure Race, all teammates work together to try and find the checkpoints (like a scavenger hunt!) and make it to the finish before the cut-off time. Teammates must stay within 50′ or eyesight of each other (whichever is closer).

You’re going to want to brush up on your outdoor skills for the Wilderness Traverse, a demanding, multi-sport adventure race through Canada’s rugged wilderness. Teams of three to four have up to 30 hours to navigate more than 90 miles of Ontario’s backcountry by foot, mountain bike and canoe with nothing but a map and compass.

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Even though my parents were divorced, racing was one way my family would get together and have fun.

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You can only really play this if you have a very competitive family or some equally eager friends, otherwise I can’t imagine it will have quite the same thrill.

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This year, I’ve even decided to try road racing.

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My dad was thrilled that I was racing, but as much as I loved it, I never knew if it was

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Sharing your life with a retired racer is great fun.

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And I would always race with my friend.

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This is a great car game to do with kids.

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  • I know this kind of thing is impossible for me, therefore, i will just pray and give moral supports to those daredevils who decided to join this race. You guys are amazing beyond words.

  • Flora, your positive attitude is something of legend. That is what inspires me the most out of everything you’ve accomplished, true strength right there. Thank you for being an inspiration and a beautiful light for people to see.

  • Wow second female! That’s unbelievable!! Did you hire the bikes? Was that easy to organise? Thank you �� Also Cardiac Hill is such a difficult climb! I’ve done that a few times but always walking ����‍♀️

  • You are amazing, how you take everything in stride and just make the best of whatever you’re dealing withnot to mention humble!! Congrats on first! And I’m pretty sure you took course record on the Scottish one and didn’t even mention it!?!? You are hands down my favorite YouTube person!

  • So happy for the privilege of engaging in the pursuit of this peacetime sport. Whomever does the same, I urge you to seek understanding of the political systems that wield authority over the lands (people) through which you travel. After all, the world isn’t only our playground. Thank you for this post! Extraordinary!! Ciao.

  • Amazing! Well done! My biggest annoyance with GoPros is their battery life, it’s so frustrating. Even carrying spares is a bit of an issue to change over if you’ve got it mounted to something and you’re mid activity!

  • ❤️ Been waiting for this, great vid and editing. You 2 done amazing. I’m sure Fiann has been secretly training ��. Congrats �� Onto the next adventure⛰️����‍♀️����✨��

  • Ah, you did so well! I started running again because you motivated me so much:) It’s so great to see your ups and even the downs, that show us out there that even good runners like you struggle sometimes or have pain in their knees, etc. Lots of love from Germany! <3

  • Great channel! After having just watched the Amazon Prime Eco Challenge series I’m thinking about giving this sport a try. These videos are great, hope to see more soon!

  • Hi, can I use the video on my adventure career page in Cali Colombia? I keep the youtube format to preserve the credits, thanks… http://www.tartarusrace.com

  • my high school is offering this as a sport, and had no idea what it was, no I’m terrified mainly cause of the mountain climbing part, otherwise it looks really freakin fun

  • Where can I find out about some adventure races near me (Hong Kong and Asia)? I did a google search but didn’t come up with anything worthwhile other than a bunch of races and an association in the U.S.

  • To the people asking “how do I get started…?”

    Build up your exercise routine to include cycling, paddling (if you can get a boat) and running.

    Find and start doing orienteering, and / or rogaining in your area. Learn to navigate by doing you’ll get fitter doing it too.

    Find and commit to a short event with a keen friend (or tell the organisers you need a buddy and you’re a noobie).

    Organisers of these events orienteering, rogaining, adventure racing are mostly keen to help new people. Contact me if you have more questions I live in Australia and getting started is easy with an abundance of events to choose from in these disciplines in most more populated areas.

  • Oh wow how cool!! I live in Kerry! I really hope you enjoyed your time here! You are so inspirational! I will consider this race next year! Thank you for sharing your journey! ��������

  • If you get a chance while your there take a drive round the ring of Kerry its stunning, I did an iron man there 3 years ago, an going back again next year to do it again, the country side in Killarney an kenmere are just breath taking.

  • When people ask I say “coed team of four with a map and compass travelling between far checkpoints in the bush on foot, bike, and canoe” but that doesn’t do it justice. Thanks for the video, I will use this to help explain.

  • Just watched Eco Challenge on Amazon and it’s very inspiring so much so that me and a few friends applied for the next one! I know our chances are slim at best but it’s worth a shot, right? That said, we’re all digging through the intraweb for information and happy that I found your channel! Thanks for making these videos!

  • Love these videos. Also good to know my relatively stock Trek Marlin 6 ($800) is a great fit. Have been using it for 8 hr races for a few years.
    Planning to convert it to 1x this winter. Also (and not mentioned here) want to build a towing mod to attach to my seat post.

  • Thank you for putting out such amazing coverage of an amazing and thrilling sport. I was captivated from beginning to end, and I just want more of this.