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Event information here: log.concept2.com/challenges/
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Mud Season Madness
"5000 meters a day keeps Mud Season Madness at bay"
March 1–31

Here in northern New England (home of Concept2's headquarters), we have a "fifth season" that happens in between winter and spring—Mud Season! This is when the snow melts and our many dirt roads get really muddy—sometimes even impassable. It's a good time for an indoor workout, so join us for the Mud Season Madness Challenge!

The Details
There are two levels of participation:
The Basic Challenge: Row, ski or ride 5000 meters each day for 25 days or more in March.
The Advanced Challenge: Row, ski or ride 10,000 meters each day for 25 days or more in March.
Note: BikeErg meters are counted as half when applied to the challenge.
This is an individual challenge. You do not need to belong to a team to participate.
Meters must be entered online in your online logbook.
Indoor rower, SkiErg and BikeErg meters only (no on water/on snow meters please). You can combine meters from each machine to reach the daily total of 5000 or 10,000 meters.
Kid's Mud Season Madness Challenge allows kids (aged 16 and under) to participate at 2500 meters.
Adaptive athletes can choose to participate at the 2500m, 5000m, or 10k levels.

Who Can Participate
Anyone with an online logbook at concept2.com can participate in this challenge.

More information at the link (above).

~ Trish
"Give me a lever long enough, and a prop strong enough, I can single-handedly move the world." - Archimedes (c. 287-12212 BC, Greek Mathematician)


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