The summer of 2007 brought with it our first (and long awaited) Muddy Watters,
Bump & Run Trail Series. The series was set up to bring something unique to the
sport of trail running while also benefiting local causes.
The runs are a combination trail, river, mud run with a ton of bootcamp exercises
thrown in for good measure, most of it's even legal (other than bridge jumps and
storm drain descents). The first to complete the course while finishing all exercise
stops would be the winner.
We not only managed to beat the hell out of our racers but were also able to raise
some funds for causes such as The Greater Michigan Chapter of the Alzheimer's
Association, The Judson Center and Volunteers of America. Not only that, but we
also picked up a ton of both local and national level media attention for our efforts. I
guess we weren't the only ones who found it unique. One of the editors at Trail
Runner Magazine referred to our race as "the nastiest 5K race I've ever heard of ".
That was music to my ears...
Want to do it in full costume while consuming cider and donuts? Check out the Fall
Cider Slam, just don't vomit. Chicks only? Diamonds & Dirt Women's Adventure Run.
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|Please take a moment to view our
2013 season sponsors. Support our
sponsors if you like our events.
Without them, we wouldn't be here.
While you're at, please spend some
time learning about Crossroads for
Youth. It's a place/program that we
believe very strongly in and a portion
of all race proceeds will go to benefit
them and their work.
“ I'm excited to announce that, for the
2013 season, we will be partnering
with iwerk, a Royal Oak based
software development and technical
services company. The eager geeks
at iwerk are ready to not only promote
health and well-being within their
company, but to sponsor and be a part
of the Muddy Watters Trail Series, The
Cider Slam, Diamonds and Dirt, Bump
and Run and of course Gloves On.
They're up for the ass kicking that
they'll get from me, and I am ready
and thrilled to have them work with
and supports all things WPE."
|Muddy Watters Trail Series 2013
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