November 26, 2014

The Turd Annual SHITR

The Most Wonderful Day of the year is quickly approaching, that’s right The Turd Annual SHITR.  The 2015 run will be held on January 10th, with a 5 pm start time, as in past years, the course will start at the Weldon Springs Mound, and you will be running on the Lost Valley Trails.  There may or may not be a mystery event, you will have to show up to find out.  

This year we even have some sponsors on board, Mountain Khaki's, Vroom Foods, XX2i Optics and Zanfel have donated some great schwag to the event!  There may or may not be other surprises… Be sure to come and find out. 

The SHITR is also the final event on the Tortured Soles tour, so we will be joined by a slew of SHITR virgins. 

If you haven’t already signed up, please go join our FB group and sign up by clicking the “GOING” button.  We also need a count of how many will be joining us at the Mexican restaurant after the event. 

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