There's always something more to know about what you're getting yourself into. Anyone who's done our races in the past knows some of the tricks we like to pull and the types of
suffering effort we're trying to jelp you achieve. We [i]like[/i] being different and weird, and hopefully you like that, too. All that fun makes it a little harder to attract new racers, and although we love all of you dearly, there's always room for new racers.
To help them along, we've added a forum/message board/social area: beta.endracing.com.
Social media is awesome. It lets us communicate and share and spread ideas. For finding actual information, however, it's not great. There have been some great conversations about gear and strategy and where to eat on some of our Facebook events, but after the race, those event pages become harder to find, and the information is impossible to search for. Information should be available to Google and Bing and whatever hip new search engine hasn't been conceived yet, and on most social media networks, this isn't the case.
Before I continue to protest too much, I'll just ask you to try it out. Post some tips for your favorite race. Ask a question about a race you haven't done yet. This is a forum for the ENDracing community, so we leave it up to the ENDracing community to fill it with your knowledge and experience. We know you can.
Image by Denise Carbonell, on Flickr.