Bucket List

Have you ever sat down and written a bucket list of events that you would like to do? I often see people on social media sites talking about certain events and I will research them to see if it’s something I might be interested in. Many have caught my eye and I’ve said they’ve bucket list races, but I have never actually taken the time to make a list, until now. I have compiled a list of different runs, cycling events, triathlons, and swimming events that I would like to do.

Hopefully, I will be able to cross some of these off the list to make room for more. I am always looking for some exciting events. Please, if you know of any events that you think should be on this list, let me know in the comments.

.Ride Across the West

The Race Across the West (RAW) is one of the world’s top RAAM Qualifying events.  Oceanside, CA to Durango, CO – 860 miles across the rugged American West.  Participants cross the Coast Range, Imperial Dunes, Monument Valley and finish in the San Juan Range of SW Colorado.  The RAW route follows the RAAM route to Durango.  Both the RAAM and RAW racers are on the course at the same time making it a perfect way to see how you might do racing RAAM.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sE-eI3fiqoY

Isklar Norseman Xtreme Triathlon

The Norseman xtreme triathlon is a non-Ironman branded triathlon, point to point, race held in Norway annually. The distances are equivalent to those of an Ironman race with the swim starting from the loading bay of a car ferry, through the water of the Hardangerfjord fjord to the local town, Eidfjord. At Eidfjord the competitors transition onto their bikes and then cycle 180 km through the mountains, the first 40 km of which is uphill (reaching 1200 m above sea level). After transition two (at Austbygda, 190 m above sea level), the competitors then run 42.2 km of which the first 25 km (to Rjukan) are flat and following this they end up climbing the local mountain, Gaustatoppen, 1,880 m above sea level.

http://nxtri.com/

Deca Ironman

Each day, all of the racers head over to the University of Nuevo Leon. Once athletes complete the 2.4 miles of swimming in the pool, they take to the bike and ride over to the local track about 1.2 miles away. The track is located in the Parque Ninos Heroes. Once at the park, athletes must complete 93 laps around the track to obtain the 180 km of riding. After the bike, athletes run the opposite direction around the same track. The 26.2 marathon is made up of 22 laps.

http://deca.ufoot.org/monterrey

Mohican 100 Mile Trail Run

For 25 years, The Mohican Trail 100 Mile Run, often referred to as the MO100, has become one of the nation’s premier ultra-marathons. Home of the first ever USATF Ultra Running Championship in 2005, Mohican is reportedly the fifth oldest ultra-running race in the USA.

Traverse 95% Trail along a challenging course winding its way through the lush 5000 acre Mohican Memorial State Forest. Along with the 100, The Mohican 50-Mile and Marathon distances have become increasingly popular, offering runners a taste of the whole enchilada. Rest assured is that whatever distance you choose, Mohican volunteers will be there to help you complete your journey.

http://ombc.net/mohican-100-trail-run/mohican-100-trail-run-general-info

Swim to the Moon

It’s an extraordinary open-water swimming adventure through the picturesque Hiland Chain of Lakes near Hell, Michigan. Participants choose their distance — half mile, 1.2 mile, 5K, or 10K — and have the time of their lives swimming through Southeast Michigan’s most sublime waterways, all the while showing support for a very worthy cause: North Star Reach, a camp for children with life-threatening, serious, and chronic medical conditions.

http://epicraces.com/event/swim-to-the-moon/

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