Pikes Peak Marathon/Ascent:
"The Pikes Peak Ascent® and Pikes Peak Marathon® will redefine what you call running. Sure, they start out like a lot of races on Any Street, USA. But your first left turn will have you turning in the direction of up! During the next 10 miles, as you gain almost 6,000 vertical feet, your legs, lungs, heart and mind will be worn to a ragged nothingness. But it won’t be until your last three miles, with still over 2,000' of vertical to go, that you will realize where the Marathon got its moniker—America’s Ultimate Challenge."
Garden of the Gods 10 mile run:
"The awe-inspiring beauty of the course will saturate your eyes and bring a smile to your face while the hills and altitude will test your legs and red-line your heart and lungs. At the same time, the camaraderie of your fellow runners will fill your spirit and soul with unforgettable memories."
Summer Roundup Trail Run:
"The Summer Roundup uses the trails in Bear Creek Park to get to High Drive on the west side of Colorado Springs. Both the trails and High Drive are well-groomed with lots of spectacular scenery. The out-and-back course is mostly uphill on the way out, and mostly downhill on the way back. Starting elevation is about 6,170', and the elevation at the turn around point is about 7,165'. That’s nearly 1,000' elevation gain in 3.7 miles (at the turn around point). While a challenge in its own right, this also makes a great training run for the Pikes Peak Ascent® or Pikes Peak Marathon®."
Triple Crown of Running:
"The Triple Crown of Running Series begins on June 12, 2011 with the Garden of the Gods 10-Mile Run® in one of the most spectacular and challenging venues anywhere. Then, on July 10, 2011 enjoy the Summer Roundup Trail Run 12K. Finally, on August 20th and 21st, run either the Pikes Peak Ascent® or the Pikes Peak Marathon® as the final leg of the TCR Series."
Prairie Winds Elementary Fitness-A-Thon
Tri Lakes Cruisers
"The Tri-Lakes Cruisers, Inc, is a car club with its roots in the Tri-Lakes area of Colorado. The Tri-Lakes are known as - Palmer Lake, Monument Lake and Lake Woodmoor, but the club includes members from Gleneagle, Black Forest, Northern Colorado Springs, and various other surrounding communities. It's a fun loving, good natured bunch of people simply enjoying each other's company, cars, and maybe a few nights out on the town cruisin´."
--Colorado Springs Corvette Club:
"General Membership meetings are held on the first Thursday of every month, starting at 7:00 p.m. Currently meetings are conducted at the Falcon Police Substation, 7850 Goddard St, Colorado Springs, CO 80920, next to Chapel Hills Mall."
--Rocky Mountain Mustangers:
"The Rocky Mountain Mustangers Club is dedicated to the Ford Mustang automobile and is a family-friendly group of enthusiasts with all years and models. We are a non-profit organization dedicated to the preservation and the furtherance of interest in Mustangs and sports car activities."
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