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The LEACh Adventure Race, Lil Bleeder Adventure Race, & Tick 4 mile run
Sat, Nov 8, 2014
Hobe Sound, FL
About This Activity
Come spend a few hours running beautiful trails, hiking through environmentally unique scrub pine forests and cypress swamps, riding bike trails and dirt roads, canoeing the Loxahatchee River, riding your bike through pristine sugar sand, navigating with map and compass, and other special challenges!
The LEACh 8 hour AR promises to offer a challenging course in beautiful natural areas: single track, double track, paved trail, cross-county, and lovely swamp and river travel. Teams (2 -3 person co-ed or single sex) can expect great challenges and great fun! Canoes, two paddles, PFDs are provided for teams. No kayak paddles or 3rd paddle will be allowed. This is a primarily UNMARKED course so know how to read a map and navigate with compass!!!!
Or try the sprint version Lil Bleeder 2-3 hour AR, perfect for newcomers or fun-lovers! The race covers a shorter MOSTLY MARKED course with about 2 hours of biking, running, paddling, challenges, and adventure.
Want to start your morning with a run? Then try The Tick 4 Mile XC Run. The run will be filled with its own brand of challenges- sugar sand, downed trees logs, and maybe some mud. The course will be a mix of paved and unpaved trail with a few twists in between.
Event details and schedule
The LEACh Check-in will open at 6:15am; the pre-meeting starts at 7:15am followed by the race start at 8:00am.
The TICK Race day check-in will open at 7:00am; pre-meeting and lineup will start at 8:15am and the race start will be at 8:30. The TICK awards presentation and refreshments will start at the conclusion of the run.
Lil Bleeder check-in will begin no earlier than 10:30am. The pre-meeting starts at 12:15 followed by race start at 1:00pm.
Post-race AR party with Awards presentations and food will follow starting around 4:15pm. Course Closes at 4pm sharp!
Mandatory gear list, Cancelation policy, and more information can be found at