1. How to select a Trail?
a. Pick a trail YOU want to go on
b. It is not necessary that the leader have been on the trail prior to run. Pre-run the trail or do research about the trail. Lots of info on trails is available. You can do an “Exploration Run”. (Indicate it in the Run Announcement)
c. Consider distance/time required to get to trailhead.
d. Consider camping or accommodations if overnight run or long distance travel to the trailhead.
2. Pick a Meeting Place
a. Pick a Meeting Place that is easy to find with sufficient parking. Give directions to meeting place. Not just GPS Coordinates.
b. Prefer meeting near a gas station if possible.
3. When to Schedule a Run?
a. Any day and any time. Note: Runs scheduled for weekends are better attended.
b. Night Runs are best a few nights before a full moon. (More moonlight and the moon rises before dark so is high in the sky after sunset)
6. Driver Meetings (Subjects to Cover)
Drivers’ Meeting Outline
7. At the Trailhead
a. Stop to allow participants to air down and disconnect anti-sway bars
b. Count the number of vehicles
c. Check to see that everyone has radio comm.
9. After the Run
a. Count the number of vehicles.
b. Make sure all participants are aired up and ready to head home.
c. Remind people who took photos to edit them and upload the good ones to the Album created for the Run in the JustRuns Photo Gallery.
d. Write a brief Run Report and post it on the Group Bulletin Board with the words “Run Report” in the Subject.