BibRave Product Review: xx2i Australia1 + discount!

Disclaimer: I received the xx2i Australia1 to review as part of being a BibRave Pro. Learn more about becoming a BibRave Pro (ambassador), and check out to review find and write race reviews!

If you’ve been reading my blog for a few months you’ll know I’m a sunglasses hoarder and a particular fan of xx2i products. Overall xx2i makes great quality sport and casual glasses at an affordable price, especially when you consider the offered discounts (‘xx2iRocks’ for 50% off!). Their warranty and return policy is also unbeatable. This is the 4th pair of xx2i I’ve tested as a BibRave Pro. Check out my reviews of the Bermuda1, USA1, and Hawaii1 to learn more about xx2i quality and which pair (or pairs!) are right for you.

I’ve accumulated a drawer full of these great hard cases

The Australia1 are built for more intense activities. The arms remove easily and can be replaced with an included strap for extra security during intense activities. I only tried it out during a standup paddleboard session but I can see the strap plus padded insert being really nice during spring skiing when a full ski mask isn’t needed. I used the padded insert during a mountain bike session; the wraparound coverage of the frames plus the padded insert worked really well for keeping out sweat and dirt. Finally, polarized 8k lenses make for a very crisp viewing experience without much color distortion; I don’t think I missed a single rock or root.🙂

Final Verdict: The xx2i Australia1 are great for any activity but definitely built for your more intense adventures. They’re comfortable for all day causal wear as well. Strictly on style, I do prefer the Bermuda1 for casual wear and the USA1 for running.

Want your own pair? The Australia1 retail for $125 but you can use code ‘XX2iRocks’ for 50% off!

What are other BibRave Pros saying?

Christine G | Samantha | Jeremy | Jen S |

Don’t forget to join @BibRave and @XX2i on Twitter for the Tuesday night #BibChat at 9pm E.S.T. on August 16 for your chance to win you own pair of Australia1!

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BibRave Product Review: Orange Mud Endurance Pack

Disclaimer: I received an Orange Mud Endurance Pack to review as part of being a BibRave Pro. Learn more about becoming a BibRave Pro (ambassador), and check out to review find and write race reviews!



I’ve been a fan of the Orange Mud “innovation from frustration” philosophy since I started using their Transition & Seat WrapTM a few years ago. I become a true Orange Mud devotee after I had the chance to test their flagship hydration product, the HydraquiverTM Single Barrel. You can read my review of the single barrel here and learn more about my hydration product frustrations.  I was so confident in Orange Mud’s Made in America gear solutions that I applied to become an OM Ambassador. I’m honored to say I became part of the OM family as a Am-badass-ador this past month while testing the Endurance Pack!



I’ll admit, I was wary of testing the Endurance Pack. After testing the hydraquiver design, I never wanted to go back to the bulky, frustrating, and somewhat gross hydration bladder. However, I’ll try anything at least once. Honestly, with the heat and humidity of a Georgia summer in full swing, a full hydration bladder is still necessary for long trail and training runs. Given Orange Mud’s history of creating simple and comfortable designs, it’s no surprise that their new endurance pack sets itself apart.


Between BibRave and Orange Mud, I’ll own a lot of orange. #OrangeIsTheNewFast


  • Orange Mud products are designed to be pretty short so they full tall and short torsos alike; great for fun size athletes and ladies!
  • The pack is simple with one large storage pocket in bag, 2 stretchy pockets in front, and 2 velcro pockets on the shoulders. The stretchy material means you can pack the 2L bladder (included) full, stuff the pockets with snacks, phone, key, jacket, etc. and the whole thing cinches down tight to conform to your body. Whether you’ve packed it full, or light for a shorter run, you can adjust it snugly against you for zero bounce.
  • The simple design allows the bladder to be removed and replaced easier than packs I’ve used in the past
  • The front straps can be moved up or down. If you’re a curvy, fun size lady like myself, this is key to avoiding awkward strap positioning.
  • I wore the pack with a singlet and had to chafing under my arms, and no rubbing on my shoulders.
  • The pack passes the multisport test! I wore it on several hikes, long training runs, and mountain biking. The stretchy, body conforming fit made it easily adaptable to all these activities. I fit all my spare mountain bike gear and tools in the back pocket and still had zero bounce. I’ve been trying to clean out my gear closet and having a hydration pack that can cover multiple activities will make this much easier.

Long run aftermath with @theorangemud Endurance pack and @xx2i Australia1 #bibchat #orangemud #heathillshumidity

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  • Some other BibRave Pros complained that the hose was too long. However, Josh the CEO of OM encouraged our group of testers to cut the house if needed. It wasn’t a problem for me so I let it be.
  • It’s not immediately obvious where to store the hose. There are small loops above the front pockets that I slid the nozzle through and it works well. You can also slide it under the front straps.
  • This is a pet peeve, but the measurement markings on the bladder are impossible to see. I add electrolyte mix into the bladder so it’s helpful to know the measurements so I can mix in the correct amount.


Final Verdict: If you need a catchall hydration pack for longer efforts, hiking, or mountain biking, the Endurance pack really sets itself apart.

Want to learn more about Orange Mud? Here’s a nifty history lesson:

Check out what other BibRave Pros have to say:

Mark | Amy | Erica | Emily | Angie | Heather | Jeremy

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BibRave Product Review: Body Glide(R)

Disclaimer: I received Body Glide® to review as part of being a BibRave Pro. Learn more about becoming a BibRave Pro (ambassador), and check out to review find and write race reviews!

Training for my first Ironman during the heat and humidity of a Georgia summer definitely requires patience and a few good training tools. One of the key training tools required all year, but DEFINITELY during the most humid months, is a good quality anti-chafe solution. I’ve tried various products with differing results, but none as simple, effective, and readily available as Body Glide ®.

I was already using Body Glide when I received my test product but the additional stick was greatly needed. At this point I have one in each gym bag, and an extra in my bathroom. The one in my bathroom I use for application before early morning workouts, and bike rides on my trainer at home. The extras in each gym bag are always at hand for re-application or after work training. If you must know, I apply the stuff everywhere: under the arms (chicken wings anyone?), thighs, butt, neck and shoulder (especially if I’ll be wearing a pack), and under my sports bra straps. I know guys who use it to prevent nipple bleeding. The struggle is real people! See how the Body Glide® ambassadors use the product


Look! I’m still smiling after a 100 mile ride thanks to some well-placed Body Glide(R)


According to the Body Glide® website:

  • Not oily, never wet à agreed!
  • No petroleum, no parabens
  • Made with allergen free and plant-derived ingredients
  • Vegan approved
  • Never tested animals
  • Child safe
  • Water resistant à I applied before the Chattanooga 70.3 and it lasted all day, even after the swim and sweating
  • Wetsuit, clothing, and footwear safe à use it on your hands and feet to make putting on wetsuit MUCH easier

Final Verdict: Body Glide® is readily available at most sports stores and running specialty stores making it really easy to re-supply in a pinch. It’s easy to apply, long-lasting, and doesn’t melt sitting in your gym bag in a hot car. Final checkmark? It doesn’t leave your hands feeling gross after application. Give it a shot and those painful after-workout showers may be a thing of the past.

Check out what other BibRave Pros have to say:

Caroline |

Don’t forget to join @BibRave and @Bodyglide on Twitter for the Tuesday night #BibChat at 9pm E.S.T. on July 26th for your chance to win Body Glide® products!


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BibRave Pro Product Review: UV Half BUFF(R)

Disclaimer: I received a UV Half BUFF® to review as part of being a BibRave Pro. Learn more about becoming a BibRave Pro (ambassador), and check out to review find and write race reviews!

 So I definitely have an entire drawer dedicated to my collection of BUFF ® headwear. The UV Half BUFF® is the 3rd BUFF® product I’ve reviewed as  BibRave Pro; check out my reviews of the BUFF® Merino Wool and the UV Full BUFF®! I use BUFF® products every day, either to tame hair in the Georgia heat or humidity, headband for physical activities, sweat rag on my wrist, or face mask in the cold, etc.

The UV Half BUFF® is half the size of the original UV BUFF® headwear but offers the same awesome properties (from BUFF® website):

  • Blocks 95% of UV rays*
  • Multifunctional
  • Exceptional Moisture-wicking with its 4-channel fibers
  • Soft, breathable Coolmax Extreme fabric
  • Cool in the summer, extra layer of warmth in the winter
  • Polygiene Active Odor Control
  • Quick drying

The first thing I noticed when I received the Half BUFF® was that it was much better as a daily wear headband than the original size BUFF®. The full size BUFF® needs to be folded several times to work as a headband and it’s a little bulky for daily wear since I have to constantly readjust it from falling off my head.


I actually prefer the Half BUFF® as a casual wear headband or on my wrist as a sweat rag during activities. I found the extra material on the original BUFF ® provided better sweat resistance on my head during physical activities, and it worked better as sun protection around my neck, mostly because the Half BUFF® was soaked through with sweat much quicker than the original. I actually went crazy on a long run one day and wore an original BUFF® as a headband, another original BUFF® dunked in ice water around my neck, and the UV Half BUFF® as a sweat rag on my wrist. It was a perfect marriage of BUFF® awesomeness and I highly recommend this combination.

Final Verdict: The Half BUFF® is super cute for those humid, bad hair days, and works great in conjunction with other BUFF® headwear products. Plus, there are so many colors and patterns to choose from, it’ll be more fun than catching Pokémon.CnRBZsbWgAAb-Hz.jpg-large

Check out what other BibRave Pros have to say:

Bradley |Frank |Bradford |Mark |Kristen |Abbie |Lisa |

Don’t forget to join @BibRave and @BUFF_USA on Twitter for the Tuesday night #BibChat at 9pm E.S.T. on July 19th for your chance to win a UV Half BUFF®!

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11 weeks of pure honesty – Ironman Edition

Halfway through 2016 and I’ve already racked up a pretty good list of accomplishments: 14 races including 2 ultramarathons, 1 marathon, and 1 half ironman and 1 week biking across Georgia. To say the least, I was already pretty burnt out by time I made it to the Flying Pig Marathon on May 1. Knowing that I’d have to have a solid training period for Ironman Chattanooga, I allowed myself to have a bit of fun after May and just sit on my base fitness for a while. During that time I biked a lot more in preparation for Bike Ride Across Georgia and my running mileage was pretty low. I’m generally confident with my base fitness and knew that a 12 -week Ironman training plan would allow me to have focused training over an attainable amount of time without burning out.

Well, the 12-week plan started on July 4 and we’re off and running, so to speak. I just finished my first big training weekend, which included a 66 mile bike with 15 minute transition run on Saturday, and a 21 mile run around Atlanta on Sunday. Monday night I enjoyed a great 1hr15min swim in the Georgia Tech Olympic pool (set to long course!), and this morning I fought the snooze demons to make it out to Cobra Camp at Tough Love Yoga (I can do a headstand y’all!). Those snooze demons are tough bastards but the fear of having only 11 weeks to go and the amount of $$$ I’ve already spent on this race definitely wins the day.

Plans tonight include a 40 minute neighborhood run or a loop around Stone Mountain (depending on the mood of my live-in adventure partner). Tomorrow morning starts at Piedmont Park at 5:45am for an 8-10 mile run; I’m excited to test my new Orange Mud Endurance Pack! Given my love of their Hydraquiver Single Barrel (check out my review) I have high hopes for their bladder hydration pack design. The rest of the week is jam packed  (with a rest day on Friday), and a long run and century ride planned for the weekend. Considering that I’m starting a PhD program in 4 weeks, and keeping my job at the same time, I’ve accepted the fact that I will remain in a perpetual state of exhaustion for at least the next 11 weeks. Yay for naps and very strong coffee!


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BibRave Product Review: Amphipod Hydraform Handheld

Disclaimer: I received a Amphipod Hydraform Ergo-Lite Ultra to review as part of being a BibRave Pro. Learn more about becoming a BibRave Pro (ambassador), and check out to review find and write race reviews!

The heat and humidity is here for the foreseeable future in Atlanta, so even shorter runs require carrying hydration. For longer training runs and races I discovered the convenience of pack hydration but carry a hydration pack seems excessive for anything less than a half marathon. In the Atlanta summers though, it seems that any run longer than 30 minutes requires some form of hydration and usually this involves a handheld. 

I always have various handheld bottles in my house for those runs where carrying one is unavoidable. I dislike them so much though that I try to avoid using them for as long as possible. Every handheld I’ve owned has been uncomfortable; I feel like I have to clench them and by the end of a run my whole arm and shoulders are killing me. Also, the storage pockets in handheld bottles are typically laughable; I’d have to choose between carrying my phone for safety or carrying some snacks. Most grevious of all, my previous handhelds have been impossible to clean. Honestly, there have been times where I avoid looking into the bottle before filling it because I don’t want to see what I’m possibly consuming. 

I arrived home from a vacation to find my new Amphipod Hydraform(TM) Ergo-Lite Ultra patiently waiting for me. I threw my old bottle in the trash before I even opened the box. The Ergo-Lite Ultra is available in 2 sizes: a 16oz and 20oz. I opted for the 16oz since that’s typically how much I need for about an hour of running in the heat. The bottles are made with a lot of great features (from Hydraform(TM) tag):

  • “Large expandable easy-access pocket for essentials with key fob and ID/cash pocket” –> easily fit my iPhone, keys, gel, tube of Nuun, and packet of salt pills
  • “Insulated sleeve keeps fluids cool and bottle/hands sweat-free” –> used it for several 6+ mile runs in heat and humidity and sports drink never got the warm, nasty taste. The neoprene sleeve actually works great as a sweat rag too if you forgot one. 
  • “Patented low-profile Hydraform (TM) bottle ergonomics with Thumb-lock(TM) technology eliminates hand-cramping tension/BPA-free and dishwasher safe” –>The strap is very comfortable and you don’t even have to hold onto the bottle. I let me hand relax and the bottle was just an extension of my arm. Also, the sleeve comes off easily and I hand washed in the sink while the bottle went on the top shelf of the dishwasher. No more nastiness! 
  • “Hydraform Jett-Squeeze(TM) cap for quick-shot hydration/guaranteed leak free” –> I shook the bottle upside down and even fell on it with zero leaks. 

Final Verdict: finally found a bottle that’s comfortable and doesn’t make me question my health and safety. 

Check out other BibRave Pro reviews:

Sarah | Alex | Katherine | Christine | Haley | Samantha | Heather | Kristen |

Don’t forget to join BibRave and Amphipod for our Tuesday night #Bibchat Tweetup on June 28 at 9pm EST. They’ll be giving away an Hydraform Ergo-Lite Ultra to a lucky tweeter! 

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Sometimes you need to let yourself have fun

“The mountains are calling and I must go” ~John Muir

Normally Saturday’s I spend with my Alanta Track Club family at training (we’re reaching the end of In Training For Peachtree 10k). Sometimes though I can tell when my husband really wants to do something. Considering I’m starting a full time PhD program in August, moving to part time at my job, and training for Ironman all at the same time, I’m trying to be a little more cognizant of my time spent with him. He started mountain biking last year and I reluctantly followed because it allowed us to do something together. I’ve always been intrigued by mountain biking but it feels a bit like riding a roller coaster without a seatbelt, and it’s not attached to the track. I want to have fun but I also don’t want to get injured to the point I can’t run or train for Ironman. That would require way too much Xanax. 

I haven’t been on the mountain bike since last October. This spring we’ve spent a lot more time on the road training for Bike Ride Across Georiga (BRAG) and, of course, I need the road miles for Ironman. You can read my BibRave review of BRAG and I plan to write more about it here in the next week (in short, it was awesome!). I could tell after all that, that Adam was really itching to get back to the mountains. With Father’s Day this weekend, it was a good opportunity to get to Chattanooga (where my in-laws live) and get some mountain miles, like a good wife.🙂

I was nervous starting out, but with the shade of trees and a cooler breeze, riding in the woods proved a lot more pleasant than baking on a run in the Atlanta streets. I set out to get a good workout and not get hurt. But mostly, I told myself to just have fun. Let the bike flow and stop worrying for once. Coming off BRAG, I already felt strong and much more comfortable in the saddle. Moving that feeling to the woods felt a lot easier than it had in the past. I think for the first time since I’ve tried the sport I felt like I was “really doing it.” My lines and corner handling was much more confident and, as I set out to do, I had fun! I found myself hollering down some hills and pump tracks like a good little dirt girl. It was beautiful in how little the details really mattered. With mountain biking, riding the breaks in fear can often lead to more crashes. You really do have to just let go. The bike will take you where you need to go. 

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You can run strong with Generation UCan

Disclaimer: I received the Generation UCan product to review as part of being a BibRave Pro Ambassador. Learn more about becoming a BibRave Pro (ambassador), and check out to review find and write race reviews!

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I’d wanted to try Generation UCan for some time now since I know several people in the Atlanta Track Club, including coach and Olympian Amy Begley, who’ve used it with success. Also, I’ve struggled with my nutrition over 5+ hours and wanted to find a new regimen that would work better for my body as I move into Ironman training. I notice that my blood sugar seems to spike easily, so gels and high sugar sports drinks don’t work well over long periods of time. These products also make me feel nauseous after 4-5 hours of activity, which starts a bad cycle where I stop eating.

UCan was developed to help children with life-threatening hypoglycemia manage their blood sugar levels by utilizing a product known as SuperStarch. You can learn more about the origins from the story of the founders and their son, Jonah.

The same benefits that help kids like Jonah, can help athletes such as (from UCan website):

  • Steady Energy
  • Burn fat by causing a minimal rise in insulin
  • No GI distress – UCan is gluten free, no added sugars, and SuperStarch is designed to pass thru the stomach rapidly
  • More efficient calories – less reliant on outside calories because the slow release product allows body to burn both carbs and fat
  • UCan also works great for post-workout recovery and to curb cravings between meals without spiking blood sugar and insulin, both of which prevent fat breakdown

For my first test run I opted for an 8 mile training run with the Atlanta Track Club In-Training for Peachtree. Since I wake up more than 2.5 hrs before we actually start running I opted for a small bowl of oatmeal with raisins and an egg. I started halving my oatmeal in the early mornings because I found I was unable to finish a larger bowl. Generation UCan recommends dosing with the product about 30 minutes before activity, so the small bowl of oatmeal 2+ hours in advance followed by UCan shortly before running sounded like a good plan.


The sample box I received came with a blender bottle and this is definitely how I recommend mixing the product so to avoid any powder clumps or chalky texture. I also added ice to the bottle and it made the product creamier and almost tasted like a milk shake. Yum! If you don’t have a blender bottle, mixing in a bottle with just the ice worked as well. Generation UCan recommends mixing a serving in 8-12 ounces of water but also points out that the product works the same no matter how much or little water you use. You can also mix it in less water to make a gel.


What I found really useful was the box came with 2 pamphlets, one for running and one for triathlon, that described the recommended dosing/timing for different length events. For activity less than 2 hours, one serving 30 minutes before is recommended. Anything longer they recommend additional servings every 75-90 minutes. Due to the slow release nature of the SuperStarch Generation UCan operates on the less calories is more philosophy. A serving is 130 calories. Even though I drank all of it 30 minutes before, it didn’t feel heavy in my stomach at all, yet I felt full and energized for my entire 8 mile run. I consumed zero calorie electrolyte hydration during the run since it’s getting hot and humid in Atlanta these days. Since then I’ve actually purchased UCan’s own zero calorie electrolyte product known as Hydrate and really like it as well!

I felt so comfortable with the product that I even used it at Ironman 70.3 Chattanooga, drinking a serving before the swim and using it in my bottle during the run. Next week I’m riding from Atlanta to Savannah on BRAG (Bike Ride Across Georgia) and will experiment more with it on the bike. I used my BibRave discount code to buy an additional sample box, also including some of their snack bars. I’ll be trying all of it on the ride next week. Hopefully I can move UCan into my entire Ironman training nutrition plan. I will definitely update my product reviews as I move forward with that plan over the next 4 months.

Want to see what other BibRave Pros are saying about Generation UCan?

Erin |

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Happy Global Running Day!

June 1 is Global Running Day and there are events all over the world to celebrate. Here in Atlanta, the Atlanta Track Club had 3 events to celebrate: a midnight kickoff, 6am, and noon. Normally I would try to make all 3 but since Adam and I are headed on a week long bike trip next week, I’m trying to keep all my sleep this week. I joined the 6am run with about 60 runners, including some of my BRFs. We even skyped with runners in Australia! Today is a reminder that running provides an amazing worldwide community. Where will your feet take you and who will you meet along the way?


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United Relay Recap

Disclaimer: I received entry into 6 stages of the United Relay – blue route, to review as part of being a BibRave Pro. Learn more about becoming a BibRave Pro (ambassador), and check out to review, find, and write race reviews!

The United Relay ( is a 3 course relay from the west coast (Seattle, San Francisco, LA) to NYC, sponsored by AfterShokz, in partnership with over a dozen charity organizations. Joining a stage cost $50, and a group stage cost $25, plus you could set additional fundraising goals. I had the opportunity to run the relay with BibRave. I allocated my registration fee to The Trevor Project and opted not to fundraise because I’m already part of 2 other fundraisers this year. They offered a free, with $5 shipping, cotton t-shirt. I opted out since I have enough t-shirts. You can also order tech shirts (which I also do not need).  You can read my BibRave review here.

I’m not gonna lie, heading into this relay I wish I hadn’t signed up. The logistics were complicated and it came only days after completing a half Ironman; I was tired! There wasn’t a lot of communication from the organizers until a couple weeks before my leg, where they asked if I could do more legs! Sigh. At first my response was a plain ‘no.’ The additional legs would require more time off work, which I didn’t have, and help from crew, which I also didn’t have. The United Relay eventually allowed people to bike legs of the event. At that point I was able to commit to additional legs because I felt it was safe/quicker to bike.

I opted to ride an additional 5 legs (51 miles) on the Silver Comet trail (a rail trail) from Cedartown (almost Alabama) to mile 0 of the trail in Smyrna (almost Atlanta). On my bike I knew I could start later in the afternoon and make it in time for the next leg, allowing me to get a whole day of work finished. The only complication at this point was finding a ride to the start. I wanted to leave my car at the finish of my legs and get a shuttle with my bike to the start in Cedartown. United Relay staff highly encouraged us to find our own crew for this. However, finding willing crew to drive me over 50 miles on a Thursday afternoon during rush hour in Atlanta was a difficult task. Luckily I secured 1 intrepid friend to do me a solid and take the adventure. In my opinion, since the Relay didn’t provide a lot of logistics and was asking us to complete additional legs, they should have offered any support possible, rather than have us relay on our own crew (which was hard to find).

About to embark on 51 very hot miles through the middle of nowhere Georgia

I met Joel and Sarah, the Blue route support crew, at Cedartown. They had basically completed most of the relay themselves since there was very little participation on blue route. I’m so impressed with what they’ve been able to accomplish and understand why United Relay couldn’t guarantee crew support if they were the only 2 crew members for this route. I think if 1) United Relay planned these routes more in advance and 2)didn’t have overnight legs through major cities like Atlanta, Sarah and Joel would have had a lot more help along the way. Running the relay through Atlanta in the middle of the night was a major lost opportunity. The Atlanta running community is huge but most people are not willing to run by themselves in the middle of the night. If they had planned a Piedmont park route sometime after work we could have had a great group stage running through there I think. I’m hoping these are issues that are updated if they decide to do this Relay next year.

After my Silver Comet legs, I transferred my car to Kensington Station, the end of my night time route, and took the train to midtown to meet BibRave Pro Samantha for her route around Piedmont Park. The park is actually closed at night so we ran/biked on the roads around the park instead (again, missed opportunity United Relay!) and then I rode back to Kensington to complete my 9 mile leg #252. I made it home by 1am and somehow managed to not be a zombie at work on Friday. The holiday weekend definitely helped!

The aftermath

Getting the baton from BibRave Pro Samantha

I’d love to see this Relay succeed better next year and hope the experience of the BibRave Pros along the route can be utilized to improve the event for next year. Despite some complications, I had a great time, it was a great workout, and I’ll plan to take part next year in some capacity.

Check out what other BibRave Pros say about the United Relay!

Angie | Cassie | Samantha

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