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    Re: Full Tour of Pendle

    I had a saunter up Mearley clough today, there where a good few runners out. Everyone I saw ran all the way up to the monument. Am I lazy bugger or just not a very good runner, I have never ran that hill yet.

    See you saturday everyone.
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    Re: Full Tour of Pendle

    Quote Originally Posted by mapper View Post
    Who's ready for Saturday then?
    I'm ready. Biggest problem will be trying not to overdo it in the next few days.

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    Re: Full Tour of Pendle

    I'm looking forward to it.
    It will be nice to see you forumites, not. only joking!

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    Re: Full Tour of Pendle

    I'm ready but my body has to decided to fight some green flem, hopefully I will shake it off enough to feel ok. Whatever happens, I'll be there on sat. forecast looking good so far. cough, splut!

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    Re: Full Tour of Pendle

    Well I'm chucking my hat in the ring for what its worth - hoping to run with the pack, never having run this before and only once before having run up just one side of Pendle. Anyway I've printed off my Clayton Le Moors black and white map and raring to go.

    I like to think that I can do a winners time plus 50% or so - does that give me something like a 3 hours 40 target?

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    Re: Full Tour of Pendle

    Quote Originally Posted by Stolly View Post
    Well I'm chucking my hat in the ring for what its worth - hoping to run with the pack, never having run this before and only once before having run up just one side of Pendle. Anyway I've printed off my Clayton Le Moors black and white map and raring to go.

    I like to think that I can do a winners time plus 50% or so - does that give me something like a 3 hours 40 target?
    Winner was just under 2.20 last year so you should be aiming for 3.30.

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    Re: Full Tour of Pendle

    Quote Originally Posted by Swoop View Post
    Winner was just under 2.20 last year so you should be aiming for 3.30.
    Ta - I'm already feeling knackered just thinking about it.

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    Re: Full Tour of Pendle

    Quote Originally Posted by Stolly View Post
    Anyway I've printed off my Clayton Le Moors black and white map and raring to go.

    They have excellent maps for sale in the cafe on the car park in Barley. You could quite easily marker pen the route and checkpoints onto them. They are a lot clearer than the ones on the clayton website. Although quite big A3.
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    Re: Full Tour of Pendle

    I'm hoping to be there - especially since I now know that the race is on Saturday rather than Sunday (thanks Stick).

    Time wise would be pleased at under 4 hours, my longest run by a considerable amount.

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    Re: Full Tour of Pendle

    Glad to see that you are all getting your maps ready ~ just look at all those contour lines in the 2nd half of the race. Study it well and don't set of too fast ~ you'll need all the energy you can get for that 2nd half.

    There is, however, a small dilemma ~ don't leave it too late to get to CP10 (Pendle trig) as all the sustenance in the form of bananas, coffee, and whisky carried up there by Alsoran, the checkpoint marshall, will have gone !
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