To compete or not to compete?

Not everyone likes competition. I totally get that.  Sometimes I loathe it too, especially when it gets in the way of maximum funhogging, as is the case from time to time.

So, in light of the fact that some folks are more apt to want to participate if the event was non-competitive, I will offer two somewhat distinct forms of participation and official recognition.

The first form is the competitive one already described in the rules.  Placings are given and the event ends at sundown.  Folks engaging in the competitive event have their results listed from first to DFL.

The second form of participation will be done rando style – that is, non competitively but requiring entire completion of all checkpoints and working against a (pretty generous) time limit.  As such, the time limit extends to midnight.   Those finishing more than a half hour or so after dark will have one additional checkpoint to make – whatever watering hole (bar) we all have convened to afterwards.

Those completing all checkpoints, competitively or not, will be awared the title Cyrcler of Hell. 

Successful non-competitive Cyrclers will be listed alphabetically, and without a finishing time listed.

Feedback welcome – nothing cast in stone.   Yet.


About rothrockcyrcle

I am an endurance cyclist always looking for new ways to maximize fun and minimize BS.
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