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Obstacle Races in lots of Mud
#1
Has anyone thought about these before?

beatthebog.co.uk/events/

It's local, so I'm tempted as a first go and I'm being coerced by a work colleague.....
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#2
Oooo I'm sooooo tempted. Looks great fun
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#3
I have the same issue with this as I have with most races/events...  the price.

£40 for this or £50 for a sprint triathalon...  just sooo much for an hour or so.

Makes the Enduro races look good value.

That said I do fancy it.
Mei securis turpe meus vox<br />            
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#4
Yeah, I have to say, the cost gets me a little too. Others seem to be a bit further afield incurring other costs anyway, so as a trial thought it maybe worth giving it a go, just to see what they're like.
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#5
I'm doing one part of the Major Series in Tunbridge Wells at the end of March. I've not done anything like it before so will see how I fair!
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#6
&quot;Neil&quot; Wrote:I'm doing one part of the Major Series in Tunbridge Wells at the end of March. I've not done anything like it before so will see how I fair!

A review would be good :-) I'm trying to find motivation to improve my overall fitness.  I've been off road running (just getting into a routine) and need motivation to get back to circuit training!
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#7
Aren't they just the latest fashionable thing for pub lads to do as triathlons were a bit too hard?  Priced to suit the market
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#8
Anyone who can afford/justify £40 to effectively run round a wood for an hour probably is the sort who can afford to go out drinking at £3 a pint I guess.
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&quot;Breezer&quot; Wrote:Anyone who can afford/justify £40 to effectively run round a wood for an hour probably is the sort who can afford to go out drinking at £3 a pint I guess.

Where can I drink for £3 a pint?  I pay well over 4 after work in London.
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#10
I used to get paid for doing stuff like this, so I am not going to pay to do it.
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