Tuesday, January 21, 2020

K-WAY VOB TRAIL RUNNING: GENERAL WEEKLY TRAIL RUNS OPEN TO ALL

Hi Everyone

 

TRAIL ANNOUNCEMENTS

 

ADDO 44km ENTRY FOR SALE – SUBSTITUTIONS CLOSE 31 JANUARY 2020

 

1 x Addo 44km Entry up for grabs. Substituions close 31 Jan. 

R950 includes:

Goodie bag and Race garment, Race bib, timing chip, all race nutrition and water &Comprehensive medical support & Finishers medal. 

Contact Michelle michellecpullen@gmail.com 

 

 

 

TRAIL RUNS FOR THIS COMING WEEK

 

TUESDAY 21 JANUARY 2020

 

TUESDAY TRAILS

 

The Saddle car park. At the very end of Tafelberg Road

 

17h45 for 18h00.

 

3 / 4 pace groups:

Packers – Social (Slow Medium)

Ideas – Medium and off-beat / salty

Old School – Medium Fast

Snakes - Fast

 

REMEMBER: DON'T LEAVE VALUABLES IN YOUR CAR AND LEAVE EVERYTHING ELSE OUT OF SIGHT IN YOUR BOOT.

 

 

MATES MTTTTNF (MATES TUESDAY TRAIL TIME TRIAL – Newlands Forest) – 21 January 2020

 

No run this week. 

 

 

MUIZENBERG TRAIL DAWGS

 

18h00 from The Striped Horse, Muizenberg

 

Usually 3 pace group but depends on numbers:

  • Chilled / Beginners
  • Medium
  • Snakes

 

Headlight compulsory.  Bring a trail dog.

 

Love of beer compulsory.

 

 

 

WEDNESDAY 22 JANUARY 2020

 

CRAG / CSAG / CWAG TRAIL RUN / SHUFFLE / WALK


Date: Wednesday 22 January 2020


Time: ready to go at 5.45 pm

Location: Constantia Nek

 

Leaders: Erich Minnaar(run), Lea Schafer(shuffle), Christo Steyn(walk)

 

Route:  From the usual start in the Constantia Nek parking area (see below, Starting point and Directions) leader Erich Minnaar takes us up the beginning/end of the contour path, then a steep, stepped slog up into the saddle between Eagle's Nest and the ridge known as Constantia Corner, separating the Hout Bay and Constantia Valleys; the path twists and turns steeply up and includes a couple of easy rock scrambles, with views alternating over the two valleys, past The Camel, until we top out on the Back Table in the vicinity of the high point Bel Ombré; then follows some easy fairly level single-track running to the De Villiers dam; then we head back down the concrete road / Bridle Path for some way rejoin the contour path or the PUFfeR route in reverse as it plummets down the slope back to the start. Sunset is at 7.57 pm.

 

Duration and distance: approx 90 mins, approx 9 km

 

Shufflers: Lea Schafer will lead a slower, more relaxed run, leaving from the same place at the same time, for the same approximate duration. Please note that the normal CSAG pace, whilst slower than the runners' group, is intended to get the heart rate up and the lungs pumping and provide a good work-out for those who, for whatever reason, don't run quite as quickly as they once used to. Shufflers are advised to bring/wear the appropriate kit (see below, Equipment).

Walkers:  Christo Steyn will lead the walkers on a BRISK walk, leaving from the same place at the same time, for the same approximate duration. Please note that the normal CWAG pace is quite fast — the walk is not intended to be a gentle stroll in the park; it will get the heart rate up and the lungs pumping and provide a good work-out for those who, for whatever reason, don't run. Walkers are advised to bring/wear the appropriate kit (see below, Equipment).

 

Starting point: Constantia Nek parking area (click for Google Maps)

 

Directions:  From the M3 (heading south or north), take the M41 Constantia/Hout Bay Main Road exit and head up to the Nek, or from the Newlands area take the M63 Rhodes Avenue past Kirstenbosch and Cecilia Forest all the way to the Nek. From Hout Bay, just head up the road to the Nek. Park under the pines across the road from the restaurant.

 

Equipment

— water/energy drink munchies

— weather-appropriate clothing/gear: the long-range forecast for 6 pm would have us believe it's going to be fair, 19 degrees with a moderate breeze, 7 m/s southeast.

— personal medication, if required

— something liquid for the post-run re-hydrate session

— warmer/dry clothing for the re-hydrate session

— whatever else you personally need for comfortable, safe trail running

 

Car guards: TBA

 

 

 

CMC-Durbac Northern Suburbs Wednesday Pack Run – Wednesday 22 January 2020

 

We are back in action on the trails on the 22 of January at 18:00 sharp! 💪🏼

 

Let's start 2020 with a killer of a trail run on no other that the Altydgedacht vineyards 😉

 

There will be 5km, 7km and 10km options.

 

Please note that we will be meeting opposite the T Junction by the farm gate entrance to the vineyards.

 

You will see your two trail captains their Brad and Lisa as they welcome you into the new year, we look forward to many kms on the trails this year and there is only one way to start the right way - Join us and bring a friend, we love new faces and everyone is welcome.

 

Please note trail running is inherently dangerous and runners run at own risk. 

 

 

 

THE VINE – 22 January 2020

 

17H30

 

Vine / Blackburn / Skyline

 

12km (approx.) Medium Pace

 

For more info:

Call: 021 100 3806

Email: TheVineOnline@outlook.com

 

 

TRAIL AND TAR – 22 January 2020

 

Various speed group.  All welcome.

 

Wednesday Run:  22nd Jan 6pm:

Depart: TBA
Date & Time: Wednesday 18:00
60min out and back


Wednesday 18:00
60min out and back
We cater for all fitness levels, from Nice and easy to fast and furious.
Happy to report our Woggers are back on track.
It will be very special if you joined us

 

 

 

CHICKS WHO TRAIL – NOW RUNNING ON WEDNESDAYS - 22 January 2020

 

PIPE TRACK

 

CHICKS WHO TRAIL WEDNESDAY EVENING RUN

 

Join Chicks Who Trail, a girls-only trail running group (sorry boys) for our Wednesday evening group run at 18:00. We generally split into four groups, Fast, Medium, Social, Beginners. We run for an hour.  

 

You're welcome to bring trail dogs - but only if they are SOCIAL. Please bring a tip for our carguard. 

 

Keep an eye on our Facebook and Instagram pages to find out more info about Wednesday group runs. 

 

Meeting Point: Kloof Corner Parking lot (the parking above MyCiti bustop/toilets on the left once you've turned into Tafelberg Road). 

Start Time: 17:45 for 18:00

Running time: Approx 1 hour.

Pace: Four groups: Fast, Medium, social, Beginner's Academy. 

Route: Pipe Track Vibes

 

NB: 

PLS BRING A TIP FOR OUR AWESOME CARGUARD

PLS LOOK AFTER YOUR POOCHES

NO WALKERS

BRING A BEER/COOLDRINK FOR AFTERWARDS

 

Trail running is inherently more dangerous than road running. It may take place over uneven hazard strewn trails in exposed and often remote terrain where help is not always readily available.

 

Participation is voluntary and entirely at your own risk as although the organisers take reasonable precautions to ensure runner safety, it cannot be guaranteed. To this end neither Chicks Who Trail nor the organisers personally can be held liable for any claims relating to inter alia, injuries, disabilities and death. Further any minor child participating in any trail running activity will be deemed to be doing so with the consent of his or her guardian.

 

By starting out on a trail run you explicitly acknowledge that:

 

1] you understand the associated risks involved and accept full responsibility for your own safety.

2] you are medically and physically fit to participate and

3] are carrying the necessary water, clothing and safety equipment required for the particular run.

 

FB link: https://www.facebook.com/ChicksWhoTrail/

Insta link: https://www.instagram.com/chickswhotrail/

 

 

 

THURSDAY 23 JANUARY 2020

 

THE VINE TRAIL RUN – MORNING RUN (Hout Bay)

 

Medium pace Trail Run

 

Vine – Rocket Road – Vine 13km

 

Starting 08h30 from The Vine

 

Call: 021 100 3806 / Email: TheVineOnline@outlook.com

 

 

 

CELTIC THURSDAY SUMMER TRAIL RUNS

 

When:                 23 January 2020
Where:                Meet at Newlands Forest car park  in time to start running at 18h00.
Route:                 Silvertree Trail route.

 

Fast, Fast-Medium, Medium and Medium-slow pace options available, each with an experienced group leader to cater for different speeds, so provided you can run a flat 10kms in less than 65 minutes, there will be a group for you.

NB: PLEASE ALL DO YOUR BEST TO STAY IN YOUR GROUPS – MOST PARTICULARLY DO NOT RUN AHEAD OF YOUR GROUP LEADER. If you are new to the runs and unsure of the pace of the various groups, then rather run with a slower group initially.

Thanks

 

If you are new to the runs and unsure of the pace of the various groups, then rather run with a slower group initially. Thanks

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FRIDAY 24 JANUARY 2020

 

THE VINE RUN

 

NO RUN THIS WEEK.  REST AND STRETCH.

 

 

SATURDAY 25 JANUARY 2020

 

K-WAY VOB TRAIL RUNNING GROUPS (all runners welcome regardless of club or no club)

 

TABLE MOUNTAIN TRAILERS (K-WAY VOB MEDIUM DISTANCE GROUP)

 

NEWLANDS FOREST

How about ending January – yes! already! - with a cool, shady run in Newlands forest? Something like the old Two Oceans 10km route, give or take a path here and a rock there.

 

Brief description of route

We'll head up the Rhodes Mem hill past the old zoo to pick up the Silvertree Trail, nip over to the Woodcutters Path, and wend our way in a south-westerly direction until we can go no further. Hopefully, we'll pass Lady Barnard's cottage and some trickling streams along the way. Highlights will include the intoxicating scent of the forest floor and the magic of dappled sunshine through the trees.

 

Terrain and distance

We'll try to run on undulating single tracks as much as possible, with the odd jeep track thrown in for sanity. The medium group will cover more or less 10 km. This is a short run: we usually finish in about 90 minutes. Tim's group may go a little further.

 

Rendezvous and start time

We'll start at the UCT Upper Campus South parking lot at 6.30am. From the southern suburbs, take the M3 offramp into UCT campus and loop around, keeping left, until you start heading off campus again. If you're coming from town/north, take exit 7 and drive all the way through campus and out the other side. You'll see a parking lot with trees as you exit.

Please be there by 6.25am latest to sign the register and for a short briefing.

 

 

Groups
This is a pack run with regular regroups. We will split into various speed groups with leaders and sweeps on the morning.
The relaxed group will be confirmed on Friday.
* Please note that our relaxed group is a running group, not a walking or hiking group. *

 

Dogs
Please note that  K-Way VOB club rules do not permit dogs on our runs.
 
What to bring
Compulsory kit: Water, whistle, warm/windproof top depending on weather, space blanket, ICE ID - either on your phone, bracelet/tag, card in your backpack.
The weather looks to be warm and sunny so please carry plenty of water and wear sunscreen.


Important: 

Please remember to look behind you at every turn in the route to make sure the people behind you see which way you are going.   
Leaders of each group will ensure that no-one is left behind. Please keep the groups together and ensure that no-one is left on their own.

You can read our full guidelines on our blog here: Table Mountain Trailers blog

See you there!
Lorraine

072 575 0914

 


*If you are new to this group, please read Table Mountain Trailers' guidelines here: www.tablemountaintrailers.org.za

 

K-Way VOB Trail Run Warning: Trail running is inherently more dangerous than road running. It may take place over uneven hazard strewn trails in exposed and often remote terrain where help is not always readily available.

Participation is voluntary and entirely at your own risk as although the organizers take reasonable precautions to ensure runner safety, it cannot be guaranteed. To this end neither the Club nor the organisers personally can be held liable for any claims relating to inter alia, injuries, disabilities and death. Further any minor child participating in any trail running activity will be deemed to be doing so with the consent of his or her guardian.

By starting out on a trail run you explicitly acknowledge that:

1] you understand the associated risks involved and accept full responsibility for your own safety.

2] you are medically and physically fit to participate and

3] are carrying the necessary water, clothing and safety equipment required for the particular run.

 

 

THE VINE RUN - SATURDAY

 

BEGINNER'S TRAIL RUN.

Starting 08h00 Chapmans Peak trail head.

Chapmans Peak.

5km Super Slow

SUNDAY 26 JANUARY 2020

 

MATES SUNDAY RUN

 

Start: 07:00 at Constantia Nek

Route: From the parking lot we run along the contour path until we reach Nursery Ravine. Naturally, we ascend the mountain. A top the mountain, we continue along Nursery Valley until we reach the dams. Continuing across the dam wall, we run to the waterworks museum where we head up and connect to the Aqueduct hoping to see some disas. We run down Smuts track until we reach the top of Skeleton Gorge. From the top of the gorge, we plod across the sandy beach to run around Hely-Hutchinson Reservoir to connect to Ash Valley. Down Ash we continue to Smuts Track until we pop out at the Overseers Hut. Down the concrete until we reach De Villiers Dam where we continue upwards, pop in a Klassenkop, run past Camel Rock and try not to roll down the mountain until we reach the jeep track leading us to the Contantia Nek stairs and the parking lot.

Distance: 20km (4 hours)

Leader: Lize-Marick Keyser (medium group)

Important Notes

Dress in weather appropriate and proper trail running gear. Must include a proper windproof (waterproof if raining) jacket. Carry plenty of water and energy snacks. You are running voluntarily and entirely at your own risk. If you run ahead of the group you will be deemed to have left the group and are on your own. Unfortunately, no dogs allowed. Bring plenty of ICE cold beers for after. 

 

 

 

Durbac-CMC Pack Run (Sunday): All runners welcome.  Not just for Durbac and CMC members.

 

TRAIL GOATS WEEKEND RUN

 

Relaxing pack run for 2020!  Regular re-grouping and unfit leaders will ensure we all stay together!  The routes are mostly jeep track, and everyone gets a chance to scale The Rock!

 

Date: Sunday, 26 January 2020

Time: 6:45, ready to run 7:00

(Please note - the drive up Jan Phillips Bergpad is jeep track and always takes longer than expected. Make allowance for it please...)

Where: Meulwater Botanical Garden

https://goo.gl/maps/azn1k5NZp532

On the road up to the Afrikaanse Taal Monument, turn off onto Jan Phillips Bergpad about halfway up. Follow the dirt road for a good couple of kilo's until you see the picnic and parking area on your left.

Distance:

18-20km, easy pace, 3-4 hours

12-15km, easy pace, 3 hours

8-10km, very easy, fast walking, 2 hours

 

Please be fully self-sufficient for food and water, and dress appropriately for the expected weather conditions. Also keep in mind this is a pack run - we run together in a social and fun atmosphere...:-)

 

 

 

THE VINE TRAIL RUNS – Sunday 26 January 2020

 

07h00 at Theresa Avenue, Camps Bay

 

Diagonal Ravine / Apostles Path / Down Llandudno Ravine (top 1/3 only) / Pimple Traverse / down Oudekraal / Pipe Track to start.

 

18 – 20km

 

 

CHICKS WHO TRAIL (CWT) – SUNDAY 26 January 2020 – NO BEGINNERS GROUP

 

ATTEND WEDNESDAY RUN FOR DETAILS

 

 

DIRTOPIA

 

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UPCOMING TRAIL EVENTS

 

 

RAGNAR TRAIL RUNNING RELAY 23 – 24 MAY 2020 – ENTRIES NOW OPEN

 RAGNAR TRAIL CAPE TOWN – 23rd to 24th May 2020
VENUE: Elgin Grabouw Country Club
DISTANCE: 21km / 42km

TRAIL RUNNING RELAY

"It's the social, festival-vibe trail running relay event that has created a new tribe out of the fit and fun folk around the world, and it's coming to SA in 2020.

 The race weekends are set to bring something new and exciting to the realm of trail running in South Africa, with the unique team relay format run non-stop through the day and night. Runners will be able to choose from three different team options.

 Added to this will be the great energy of the Ragnar Village. Teams set up camp for the weekend and enjoy the festival-type atmosphere of the whole event, where activities, food, and of course toasted marshmallows abound."


So gather your tribe. Your next running race just got GEES!

ENTER ONLINE HERE

 See full event details HERE 

 

 

 

MOUNTAIN RUNNER 2019 EVENTS

 

www.mountainrunner.co.za

 

 Merrell Hobbit Trail Runs

 

When:  25 – 26 April 2020


Where: Hogsback


Start & Finish: Arminel Hotel, Hogsback, Eastern Cape


Distance: 90km 2 day / 38km / 16km/ 5km


Entries:  http://mountainrunner.co.za/event-links/hobbit-trail-run/


Description: The Merrell Hobbit Journey is a 2 day staged run of the Amathole Hiking Trail. Just thirty brave journeymen and women share in the adventure covering 90km of varied and magical terrain. From Maden Dam explore the enchanted indigenous forests and intriguing Amathole Mountains up to Cata mountain hut to pass the night with good food, good cheer and tired company. The next morning forge onward past cascading waterfalls and across crystal clear streams while enveloped in glorious vistas, and no small amount of sweat, to finally descend into Hogsback.


Meanwhile, the 38km run on Sunday may be referred to as the short one at this event but this phenomenal route is consistently noted as the 'most value per kilometer trail run in the country. Showcasing an immense variety of terrain and challenges, the course has determined runners building a very special relationship with the ups and downs of mountain running.


The 16km and 5km routes are neither flat nor easy, but very doable and see a mixture of racers and casual runners all loving the magical vibe of the forest along well marked routes

 

Ragnar Trail Cape Town


Date:  23rd - 24th May 2020
Where: Cape Town


Start & Finish: Elgin Grabouw Country Club 
Distance: 21km-ish / 42km-ish
Discipline: Trail Running Relay


Website: https://www.runragnar.com/za/event-detail/trail/capetown#overview


Description: Disconnect from the city and log in to your inner wild for a weekend like no other. Ragnar Trail Cape Town is the unique team relay experience that has you and seven mates running 3 loops in the Hottentots Holland mountains and running wild in the campsite.
Run. Eat. Chill. Nap. Eat. Repeat. Repeat. Repeat.


In between your loops, back home at Ragnar Village, you can rest your legs, hit up the food vendors, take in some tunes or a movie and relax with your team. Or get silly. Get dancing. Get yoga-ing. Get wet in the dam, play board games or stare at the stars. Less rules. More fun.


So gather your tribe. Your next running race just got GEES.


Looking to Up your Ragnar Challenge even more? Sign up as an Ultra Team ( 4 person team )  OR do the  Black Loop! ( 2 person team ) 


DATE: 25th July 2020


Merrell Whale of Trail in partnership with Cape Nature


Where: Western Cape


Start & Finish: De Hoop Collection, De Hoop Nature Reserve, Western Cape


Distance: 53km / 35km 
Discipline: Trail Running


Entries: www.whaleoftrail.co.za


Entry Fee: R3900 / R3000


Description: Come experience this exclusive opportunity to run on the 5 day Whale Trail hiking route and fantastic vibe at the finish area, in peak whale watching season. Starting in Potberg the runners will run through indigenous fynbos seeing Proteas and Erica's in abundance. They will cross rivers and run atop ridgelines before running onto the rocky shores of the Indian ocean. The trail will snake along stunning paths that drift from the beach into coastal forests and along fynbos-covered hills. Runners will experience breathtaking views and possible sightings of the Southern Right whale. When they finally reach the end of the trail in De Hoop Nature Reserve, they will be filled with a peace and a sense of accomplishment for having completed a trail made in heaven. If 53km is just a few steps too far, there's now also a 35km route starting and ending in the same glorious places, with a well designed cut through that still gives you a taste of everything that the area has to offer

 

 

 

  

UPCOMING WILDRUNNER EVENTS

 

WILDRUNNER CALENDAR

 

WILDRUNNER CALENDAR

 

TSSL Race 2
Lebanon Forest
2 Feb 2020

 

 

TSSL Race 3
Tygerberg
23 Feb 2020

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

UPCOMING QUANTUM ADVENTURES EVENTS

 

Event info on quantumadventures.co.za

2020 dates to save: 

  • 2 May. Oorlogskloof Trail run - 42km/16km. 
  • 25 May. Namaqua X Challenge. River paddle, coastal run, mountain bike. Namaqua West Coast.



Get out there...

Uge

Quantum Adventures
www.quantumadventures.co.za
FB: Quantum Adventures Events
FB: The X - Mountain Bike Expeditions
021 789 0188

 

 

UPCOMING ENERGY EVENTS RACES

 

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UPCOMING DIRTOPIA EVENTS

 

For more info go to www.dirtopia.co.za

 

 

 

FOOTNOTES

 

USEFUL TRAIL RUNNING LINKS

 

Very useful links for just about all trail events and news:

 

https://sites.google.com/site/trailrunwp/  (TrailWP)

www.alltheevents.co.za

www.runningthecape.com

www.wildrunner.co.za  

www.trailrunning.co.za  

www.houtbaychallenge.co.za  or www.fishermanschallenge.co.za

www.ndorfin.co.za  

www.quantumadventures.co.za

www.mountainrunner.co.z a

www.soxtrailrun.co.za  / www.trisport.co.za  

www.iqela-events.co.za  

www.stillwatersports.com  

www.energyevents.co.za

 

A quick, rough guide to the Regular Weekly Trail groups in the first section of this email (K-Way VOB / MATES / CRAG / Celtics)

 

There seem to be lots of new faces arriving at the weekly runs and from feedback received it seems it would be useful to clarify some basics and also advise which groups are suitable for which runners:

•             The 4 groups referred to here are by no means the only clubs organisations that offer trail runs but these groups above are open to all runners, not just club members. There may well be other clubs that do this but we are not aware of them or they are not open groups. If you are looking for a club

join though then we would love to have you as a member at K-Way VOB. But It is not compulsory.

•             For these 4 groups, there are no fees payable for attending the runs. They are free. The only costs you have to pay is where we have to pay entry fees to a reserve. These are for your account.

•             There is no insurance involved. You run entirely at your own risk.

•             You don't need to RSVP unless specifically requested. You just rock up and run. You may be required to fill in an attendance register at the run though.

•             You are expected to know the general rules of trail running and which kit to wear and carry for the different weather conditions. If you don't know then you must ask.

 

Which groups for which runners?

  • K-Way VOB Longer Distance Group: Saturday mornings. All runners welcome. Not just for club members. This group is for more experienced, fit trail runners who can do 15km – 25km of technical, tough trail at a medium. For more information contact Tim Bellairs on tim.bellairs@gmail.com .
  • K-Way VOB Table Mountain Trailers: Saturday mornings. All runners welcome. Not just for club members. There are three pace groups – 1. Faster Group is a similar pace to the Longer Distance Group but for 10 – 15km and with more regroups than the Longer Distance Group which makes it do-able for some of the slower runners. 2. Medium Pace Group is a gentler pace for 7 – 10km suitable for recovering athletes and novice trail runners. 3. Relaxed Group – walk the uphills, run the downhills and toss a coin for the flats.
  • Tuesday Trails:  All runners welcome.  4 groups:   Packers – Social (Slow Medium), Ideas – Medium and off-beat / salty, Old School – Medium Fast and Snakes - Fast
  • MATES: Sunday mornings and some night runs. All runners welcome. Not just for club members. Three groups:  Fast (properly fast), Medium (Fast Medium) and KaK Group (Medium to Slow Medium) - more hard core (extreme terrain) than most groups but definitely do-able for most experienced trail runners. Helps to be a beer drinker. For more info contact Michael Ohlsson on 0823197250.
  • CRAG / CSAG / CWAG: Wednesday evenings. All runners welcome. A pack run that caters for most trail runners. Not what I would call a beginner runner group as you need to be able to do 10 -15km of technical trail with confidence but once you have some base fitness then this is one of the first groups you need to join. Lots of experienced trail runners to advise you. The running group has recently been split in two. CRAG is the Faster Group and CSAG (Shufflers) is a slower running group. CWAG is the walking group for a brisk walk on the mountains. For more info contact Rod Prodgers at rodprodgers@icloud.com or Christo Steyn at trailrunner@sobonana.co.za or Erich Minnaar at erich.minnaar@tcm.co.za.
  • Celtic: Thursday evenings. All runners welcome. Not just for club members. PLEASE NOTE THAT YOU NEED TO BE ABLE TO RUN 10km IN 65 MINUTES. 4 – 5 Pace groups which cater for just about all speeds from slow to super-fast. If in any doubt, start with the slowest group and work your way up over time. A great place to kick off your trail running although you do need some base fitness (must be able to run 10km) even for the slowest group.

 

Each club / group has its own emailing list which you can join. This email just tries to draw all of the info together for convenience.

 

Cheers

 

The K-Way VOB Trail Team

 

 

Tim Bellairs

K-Way VOB Trail Running

Cell: 082 321-0299

Email: tim.bellairs@gmail.com














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