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September 27, Sarah Bishop Bushwhack

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Sunday, September 27, 9:15 a.m.
This Sunday, meet at Mountain Lakes Park (201 Hawley Road, North Salem, New York 10560), when we race the Sarah Bishop Bushwhack. All that training and those course checks come down to this—a 10k trail race featuring a challenging course that includes the highest peak in Westchester—Bailey Mountain—and beautiful views of Lookout Point and Hemlock Lake. The weather this weekend should be beautiful and the conditions on Sunday, ideal. Registration closes at midnight on Thursday night but we’ll hold a few places open if you want register on-site. Race day registration will be $45 and we ask that you have exact change. Also aim to be in the park by 8:45. The road will be blocked at 9:00 for the start of the race so if you’re not there by then, well, you get the picture.

Saturday, September 26, 7:00 a.m.
If you’re looking for a Saturday run, Kevin will be running at Sylvan Glen Park Preserve in Yorktown on Saturday at 7:00 a.m. Park at the lot at across from 2857 Grant Avenue, Mohegan Lake, NY, on the western entrance to the park. I’ve now posted the map of the course which winds through Sylvan Glen to Granite Knolls Park and back again. Don’t worry if you miss this, we’ll be running here very soon. See the map here ››

Hope to see you out there for this third annual Sarah Bishop Bushwhack.

And don’t forget to register for the upcoming fall races:
Run The Farm, Sunday, October 25
Raven Rocks Run, Sunday, November 15

Lee Willett

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September 20, Where The Pavement Ends

pavementends_iconWhere the Pavement Ends Four Mile Trail Race, Ridgefield, CT.

Sunday, September 20, 8:00 a.m. This four mile trail runs through Hemlock Hills in Ridgefield in a mix of fire road and single track that twists through areas that most of you will have never seen. Meet at the Ridgebury School, South Shore Drive, Ridgefield, CT and be ready to run at 8:00 a.m. This is another in the Trail Mix Series of races.

Second Annual Mt. Kisco 5K Road Race

Sunday, September 20, 8:30 a.m. For those looking for something different, there’s the Second Annual Mt. Kisco 5K road race through the heart of Mt. Kisco. Sunday Runner Kathy Lynch is one of the race organizers for this event that starts at 8:30 a.m. at Kirby Plaza/Train Station. Post-race party at MTK Supper Club and take advantage of Mt. Kisco Sidewalk Sale Days, including some of the best food and shops in the area.

Not into racing on Sunday? No worries. Meet at the Ward Pound Ridge Meadow lot on Sunday at 8:00 a.m. and run the Fire Tower Summit course. Get ready for the final Trail Mix race of the season coming in November.

Next week we’ll be at Mountain Lakes Park for the Third Annual Sarah Bishop Bushwhack. Hope to see you out there this weekend.

And don’t forget to register for the upcoming fall races:
Where the Pavement Ends, Sunday, September 20
Sarah Bishop Bushwhack, Sunday, September 27
Run The Farm, Sunday, October 25

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September 28, Sarah Bishop Bushwhack

Sarah Bishop Race Map

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Sunday, September 28, 8:30 a.m. (1.5 mile Scramble), 9:15 a.m. (10K Bushwhack)
This Sunday, meet at Mountain Lakes Park (201 Hawley Road, North Salem, New York 10560), when we race the Sarah Bishop Bushwhack. All that training and those course checks come down to this—a 10k trail race featuring a challenging course that includes the highest peak in Westchester—Bailey Mountain—and beautiful views of Lookout Point and Hemlock Lake. The weather this weekend should be beautiful and the conditions on Sunday, ideal. Registration closes at midnight on Thursday night but we’ll hold a few places open if you want register on-site. Race day registration will be $45 and we ask that you have exact change. Also aim to be in the park by 8:30. The road will be blocked at 9:00 for the start of the race so if you’re not there by then, well, you get the picture.

Next week we’ll be back at the Ward Pound Ridge Reservation in the Meadow parking lot. I’m working on options for a run of various distances from 6 miles to 22 miles so you’ll have plenty of options for different distances. More on that next week.

Hope to see you out there for this first annual Sarah Bishop Bushwhack.

Lee Willett

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