Just to confirm it will be, http://gb.mapometer.com/running/route_2054207.html
for Race 2. There will be plenty of parking for all at the start. The footing is solid and will be ideal for a road shoe, even if it rains.
When I ran the routes tonight,one thing was that there was quite a bit of traffic belonging to Scottish power returning home from the wind farm. On saying that it was more so between the hrs of 1800-1900, so hopefully it will be maybe the odd one or two while we are running the race. I will however put a sign of "Caution Runners" sign out at the turn point. Just want to make you all aware of the unexpected.
Anyone still thinking of having a go, please let Suzy or myself know so we can allocate you a number and a handicap time.
About the route, it climbs steadily for a mile and then levels out for the next 1/2m then it is a cracker off a run home. So what you lose going up , one can certainly make coming back down. If the weather is good the view must be one of the best to finish on.
We look forward to seeing as many as possible next week.