When this freakin Quickie in the Hills course is plotted I am going to pop a bottle of bubbles for sure. Something really top shelf like Bernadino or maybe an Aquila, and crack open a bag of chips. Yeah.
One of the main 'issues' with creating a cool course is having it loop back to the transition or start/finish area after each leg. I don't have to do this of course, but for the smooth running of the event I'd like to keep it this way - makes it easy for competitors to arrive, park, race and leave all from one location. Spectators can hang out there too and cheer on their racer every time they come through.
The thing about these tracks up the Port Hills is they're 'almost loops', they coud be awesome circuits, but they don't quite connect together at the bottom of the hill. It might mean I'm going to have to introduce a very small section of on road, just to link it all
Anyway, I'm not complaining, I'm just letting you know. You probably don't really care, and that's fair enough, you should be more worried about getting on your bike for a ride up the hills and heading out for a run! Right, as you were.
Hello Morgan Williams here, thanks for stopping by. I hope you enjoy the site, and the events appeal. Any questions just sing out!