Archive for March, 2009

03/25/09 Warrior’s Society Weekly News

In this issue:

1. “The Traverse” is sold out

2. Toad Festival event update

3. 2009 Warrior’s Society Event Refund Policy

4. Trabuco District opportunities and activities 2009

1. “THE TRAVERSE” IS SOLD OUT

Our second event of 2009 “The Traverse) has sold out. If you still want to
try and get a spot in the event we suggest you buy a spot from someone who
drops out.

We will be directing all those dropping out to post their spot for sale on
the Socal TrailRiders message board:

http://www.socaltrailriders.org

They will have to contact us directly via countingcoup@warriorssociety.org
to let us know of the change and it is up to them to handle your payment to
them. We must be notified of any transfer of spots in the events and people
looking to buy spots should be sure we are cc in any email exchange with the
seller to verify it is a legitimate spot.

If you buy your spot from someone we need the following information to make
the change:

Name
Sex
Address
Email Address
Phone Number
t-shirt size
Emergency contact person
Emergency contact number
Age
Class and type of bike for the Traverse

“The Traverse” is a race to benefit the Freedom Alliance Scholarship Fund:

http://freedomalliance.org/fa/

The Freedom Alliance Scholarship Fund honors the bravery and dedication
exhibited by Americans in our Armed Forces who have sacrificed life or limb
defending our country by providing educational scholarships to their
children.

Here is the general information on the event:

http://www.warriorssociety.org/events/traverse_general_info.html

Event Date: May 9th, 2009
Event Start: 7:00 AM
40+/- miles, 8,000+/- feet elevation gain

Starting Location: Black Star Canyon Road

Finish Location: Trabuco Creek Road and Trabuco Canyon Road Post-event
staging area: O’Neill Regional Park

The race will have Intermediate, Expert and Pro classes with the Pro class
men and women racing for finishing cash. There must be a minimum of 5
participants in each age group or the age group will be combined with
another age group.

PARTICIPATION IS LIMITED TO 175

PRO OPEN ($95)

EXPERT ($70)
18 to 30
31 to 45
46 to 59
60 +

INTERMEDIATE ($70)
18 to 30
31 to 45
46 to 59
60 +

The event fee includes awards for top finishers, finishing ribbon for all
participants, t-shirt and food catered by El Pollo Loco.

2. TOAD FESTIVAL UPDATE

The Toad Festival is a benefit for the Wounded Warrior Program. The Wounded Warrior Program works raise awareness and enlist the public’s aid for the needs of severely injured service men and women, helps severely injured service members aid and assist each other, and provides unique, direct programs and services to meet the needs of severely injured service members.

http://www.woundedwarriorproject.org/

We have a participation limit of 175 for the long ride and have 70spots
left.

Short Ride: 10 miles, 500 feet of climbing. This ride is a great beginners
and kids ride through the beautiful tree-covered trails of O’Neil Park.

Long Ride: 27.5 +- miles, 5,000 +- of elevation gain

1. Start at O’Neill Park Picnic area and ride to Holy Jim Trail Head – a
small amount of pavement with 5 miles of fire road.
2. Holy Jim Trail Head to Main Divide – 6 miles of steep single track
climbing with multiple stream crossings.
3. Holy Jim Trail to Trabuco Canyon Trail – 6 miles of rutted fire road with
steep climbs and descents.
4. Trabuco Canyon Trail to Holy Jim Parking area – 5 miles of down hill,
technical single track with stream crossings with 1/2 of a mile of fire road
5. Holy Jim Parking area to Picnic area – 5 miles of fire road and a small
amount of pavement.

The Long Ride is not for beginning or novice riders. Participants will be
responsible to carry all food and water needed to complete the ride. There
will be no sag support (except in case of total breakdown or emergency).
Support personnel will be stationed at 5 rest stops along the course.

Riders in the fun rides will compete in games of chance and skill (darts,
horseshoes, helmet toss and Blackjack cards). Those with the highest
combined score will win prizes. You must make the checkpoints in a
reasonable time or you will not be allowed to continue.

PARTICIPATION IS LIMITED TO:
175 for the long fun ride
No limit for the short fun ride

LONG FUN RIDE ($55)

SHORT FUN RIDE
Adults ($55)
Kids 13 and under ($25)

To register go to the bottom of the event web page at:

http://www.warriorssociety.org/events/toad_festival_general_info.html

3. THE TRAVERSE AND TOAD FESTIVAL EVENT REFUND POLICY

We do not offer refunds to those that drop out before the event – but we do
allow them to sell their spot to someone else UP UNTIL TWO WEEKS BEFORE THE EVENT (Friday, April 24th for the Traverse and Friday, May 23rd for the Toad Festival). After this date you will not be able to transfer your spot and we will not give refunds.

If you want to sell your spot we suggest posting it for sale on the Socal
TrailRiders message board:

http://www.socaltrailriders.org

We will be directing all those dropping out to post their spot on this
message board. They will have to contact us directly via
countingcoup@warriorssociety.org to let us know of the change and it is up
to them to handle your payment to them. We must be notified of any transfer
of spots in the events and people looking to buy spots should be sure we are
cc in any email exchange with the seller to verify it is a legitimate spot.

If you transfer your spot to someone else we their following information
before we make the change:

Name
Sex
Address
Email Address
Phone Number
t-shirt size
Emergency contact person
Emergency contact number
Age
Class and type of bike for the Traverse
Long or short ride for the Toad Festival

4. TRABUCO DISTRICT ACTIVITIES AND OPPORTUNITIES 2009

NOW! MAPLE SPRINGS VISITOR CENTER ready to open!
Please contact Daryl Walezak at walezak@sbcglobal.net if you can help staff the Center on a Saturday or Sunday. He is currently managing the staffing schedule.

Sat. March 21 RESTORATION TRAINING 9 AM – 2 PM Herbaceous Perennials, Eradication Methods Location: Starr Ranch Audubon Sanctuary

Sat. April 4 FAMILY FUN DAY Blue Jay Campground 11 AM – 3 PM
Great for families” Displays, interactive events, mini-hikes, puppet show and Smokey Bear. Bring a picnic and stay awhile. Free. Non-volunteers will need a parking pass.

Sat. April 11 WEB SITE PLANNING MEETING 9 AM – NOON
We are planning out the website for Trabuco Volunteers. If you are interested in helping to develop this site or are willing to help research and provide information for the site please join use. This site is for you!

Sat. April 18 WILDERNESS PATROL TRAINING 8 AM – 4 PM
The Forest Service Volunteer Association annual training and refresher is Saturday, April 18th. We would be happy to have any Trabuco Ranger District volunteers for equestrian and foot Wilderness Patrol classroom training. The training will be held at the Idyllwild Fire Station at Hwy 243 and Pine Crest Ave.(not Keenwild)

In the fall, as the weather cools down, there will be orientation patrols in the San Mateo Canyon and Agua Tibia Wilderness areas. Please let Brad Eells (bradlnss@ca.rr.com) and Debra know if you are interested and able to attend.

Sun. April 19 NOTICE OF NON-COMPLIANCE (NNC) TRAINING 10 AM to 4 PM
Meet at the District Office, 1147 E. Sixth Street, Corona. Bring a lunch.

Sat. April 25 GRAFFITI REMOVAL AT ORTEGA FALLS 9 AM TO NOON
Need help removing graffiti and trash. Will be joined by Scouts and could use lots of help! Bring a “Hudson sprayer” to spray water under pressure if you have one. Wear hat, sunscreen, bring snacks and water.

Sat. April 25 RESTORATION TRAINING 9 AM – 2 PM
Herbaceous Perennials, Eradication Methods II Location: Acjachemen Meadow, across from Long Canyon Rd. on Ortega HWY.

Sun. April 26 MAP & COMPASS 8:30 AM to 5 PM
Training will be held at the Corona District office. Park behind building. 20 person limit. Bring lunch. Instructor is Tracy Lenocker, San Bernardino County Fire, Emergency Communications Service. Captain, Central Mountain Section.

This class covers a lot of material and includes all the important information you will need while working in the forest or in an emergency.
Subjects covered include:

Maps – history, how they are made, different types
Mapping Systems – lat/long, UTM, State Plane, Thomas Bros, NAD 27/NAD 83
Topographic maps – understanding the information on these maps
Compass – the three North’s, declination, error correction
Map and Compass use – map to compass travel and vice versa
GPS – general understanding and use
Digital mapping – GPS maps, computer based maps, software, available data

There will be lots of class notes and sample problems which you will be able to take with you. Tracy will supply laminated printed maps to use in class. If you have a GPS receiver, please bring it to class with you. The instructor will have two for use in the class to learn how to take coordinates with a receiver.

MOST IMPORTANT! Class size is limited to 20 persons. If you register then cannot attend please let us know right away so we can refill your spot in class. There is no fee for this class and the instructor absorbs all printing costs. The class materials are outstanding!

The class will have limited field work. All field work will be completed on site. Depending on the weather, consider bringing a coat, hat, sunglasses. The instructor will supply just about everything for the class. Participants should bring a notepad or clipboard or something hard to write on for the field portion of the class.

Tracy also offers an Advanced Class if you want more information. We will send information when he has an advanced class scheduled.

Sat. May 9 WILDOMAR OHV VOLUNTEER DAY 8 AM – NOON
We are planning out projects and need all the help we can get. We’re hoping to build a loading ramp, brush trails, paint, and much more.

Sat. May 16 RESTORATION TRAINING 9 AM
Final and field lab, O’Neill Regional Park Conference Room.

Sat. May 16 DRIVING TOUR OF THE SANTA ANA MOUNTAINS 8AM – 4:00 PM
Arrive early at the Silverado Forest Service Fire Station, we leave promptly at 8AM. Bring lunch, snacks, water, camera, binoculars.

Sat. June 6 NATIONAL TRAILS DAY – TIN MINE CANYON 9 AM – NOON
Join us at Tin Mine Canyon (off Lincoln and Foothill in Corona) for a clean-up, some trail work and interpretive programs.

Fri-Sun June 5-7 TEMECULA VALLEY BALLOON & WINE FESTIVAL Contact Maria (festival staff) at 951-676-6713. Let her know that you would like to complete a festival volunteer application to help the Smokey Bear Balloon Crew. Maria will notify Brett Davidson that you are on the crew and you will receive a free parking pass and a meal ticket.

https://www.volgistics.com/ex/portal.dll/ap?AP=2056468219

If the Smokey Crew is full there are other opportunities. Long sleeves, long pants needed.

Upcoming – No date yet
TBD OHV PATROL TRAINING (SESSIONS 2 AND 3)

May or June FEE COLLECTION OFFICER TRAINING – San Diego

TBD BACKCOUNTRY FIRST AID & CPR

TBD HAM RADIO TRAINING AND CERTIFICATION CLASS

July NIGHT HIKE & OWL BANDING with Scott Thomas and BUG LIGHTING with Larry Shaw and Lee Shoemaker.

Fall 09 TRAIL MAINTENANCE TRAINING Frank Padilla & Kurt Loheit

TBD Crosscut Saw Training – Use in wilderness

Shimano is the Major Component Sponsor of the Warrior’s Society

Rock N Road Bike Shops, Sho-Air Racing, El Pollo Loco and Switchback Cyclery
are Major Sponsors of the Warrior’s Society

Clif Bar is the Official Energy Bar and Gel of the Warrior’s Society

E2 Hydro is the official hydration drink of the Warrior’s Society

The Warrior’s Society is a Blue Ribbon Coalition (BRC) affiliated
organization

The Warrior’s Society is a Tax Exempt Organization under 501 (c) 4 of the
IRS Code

“Far better it is to dare mighty dreams, to win glorious triumphs, even
though checkered by failure, than to take the ranks with those poor spirits
who neither enjoy much nor suffer much, because they live in that gray
twilight that knows not victory nor defeat!”

Theodore Roosevelt

www.warriorssociety.org

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03/16/09 Warrior’s Society Weekly News

In this issue:

1. The 2009 Mountain Bike Pow Wow write up

2. Adventure Racing Clinic at Rock N Road Cyclery

3. Rwanda Ride Update

4. “The Traverse” event update

5. Toad Festival event update

6. Event Refund Policy

1. THE 2009 MOUNTAIN BIKE POW WOW WRITE UP

The 2009 Mountain Bike Pow Wow write up and finishing times have been posted on our web site at:

http://www.warriorssociety.org/events/writeup_powwow2009.html

Thanks to all our participants, support and sponsors for making the 2009 Pow Wow a success!

2. ADVENTURE RACING CLINIC AT ROCK N ROAD CYCLERY

We have a free Adventure Racing clinic coming up on Thursday, March 19th at Rock n Road Adventure Racing Clinic

Curious about Adventure Racing (aka Multisport Racing)?

If you are interested in the Renegade Sprint Adventure Race at Bonelli Park (April 4) or adventure racing in general. Check out this local clinic and get ALL your questions answered! Clinics will cover Intro to Adventure Racing: racing solo or finding team mates training gear hydration clothing shoes and what to expect at a Race. Checking in setting up transitions team work and navigation. Our guest speaker will be Bernice Pierson. Bernice became addicted to adventure racing in March of 2002. She has raced sprint 12 hour24 hour4 day stage and 11 day expedition races. She has become a successful mountain bike racer with podium finishes in cross country and endurance races. She participated in the Global Extremes: Mt. Everest adventure that aired on OLN. Bernice serves as the Beginner Liaison for the Southern California AR Club and is a motivational speaker and writer.

Thursday March 19
Mission Viejo / Rock N’ Road Cyclery
clinic begins at 7:00pm.

*March is Vasque Footwear month at A16. Come to the clinics and find out more about trail running shoes get a coupon for discounts on all your gear and register onsite and get a discount on your race registration

Thanks!

Michelle Butterfield
Renegade Racing
949-874-2280

3. THE RWANDA RIDE IS NEXT SATURDAY, MARCH 21ST

This is not a Warrior’s Society event but one put on by Doug Grant and friends for a very good cause (the Warrior’s Society assists with communications and medical support.)

When:

Saturday, March 21, 2009
50 mile option starts at 7:00am (check-in at 6:15am).*
25 mile option starts at 8:30am (check-in at 8:00am)
5 mile fun ride starts at 10:00am (check in at 9:30am) *FastTrack
check-in available the day before the event at Rock N Road Cyclery in Mission Viejo. Sleep in and avoid the long lines on ride day!

Where:

Staging and post-ride party at Cook’s Corner
19152 Santiago Canyon Road Trabuco Canyon, CA 92679
949-858-0266

Entry Fee:

25 or 50 Mile Option – $40 before March 19 ($50 on-site)
5 Mile “Fun Ride” – $25
All entries receive free t-shirts. Children’s sizes available.

Purpose:

To raise funds and build awareness for Project Rwanda:

http://projectrwanda.org/

50 mile ride – Route

Starting at Cook’s Corner, this full route will climb into the back side of O’Neill, proceed through and out of the park near the RSM lake, and make its way to the Dove Canyon waterfall. Then we’ll ride the ridge trails all the way to Caspers Wilderness Park, dropping down Star Rise and catching trails including Bell Canyon, Oso, Cougar, and back to Bell Canyon. At the end of Bell Canyon we arrive at a parking lot and rest rooms that will be our outermost checkpoint and refueling/aid station. From there we proceed up East Ridge all the way to Cougar/Oso, back on Bell Canyon and up Star Rise, tracing our route all the way back to the Dove Canyon waterfall (an aid station will be there as well). After refueling, we ride past the Coto main gate, climb and traverse Chiquita Ridge, head down Tijeras Creek trail to the Arroyo Trabuco Trail. Then we turn back to O’Neill, climb through the park and head back to Cooks Corner for some well-earned rest and recreation.

Click Here for Geoladders route:

http://www.geoladders.com/show_route.php?route=20064

25 mile ride – Route

This ride shares the same beginning and ending route as the 50 miler – but it skips the entire middle Caspers section. It starts at Cook’s, climbs through O’Neill and on to the Dove Canyon waterfall. However, instead of riding out to Caspers, this group will head directly over to the Chiquita Ridge trail, down Tijeras Creek to the Arroyo Trabuco Trail, back through O’Neill and finish up at Cook’s for some post-ride fun.

5 mile fun ride

New this year! This fun ride is open to riders of all ages. It’s an easy route, travelling along the paved Aliso Creek Bike Trail from Cooks Corner down to Saddleback Church and back. Enjoy fun games for riders along the way.

For more information and links to register go to:

www.50mileride.com

4. “THE TRAVERSE” EVENT UPDATE

“The Traverse” is a race to benefit the Freedom Alliance Scholarship Fund:

http://freedomalliance.org/fa/

The Freedom Alliance Scholarship Fund honors the bravery and dedication exhibited by Americans in our Armed Forces who have sacrificed life or limb defending our country by providing educational scholarships to their children.

We expect this event to sell out within the next week so if you are serious about participating register quickly. We will have no mail in registration and you can find the links to register on the event web page at:

http://www.warriorssociety.org/events/traverse_general_info.html

Event Date: May 9th, 2009
Event Start: 7:00 AM
40+/- miles, 8,000+/- feet elevation gain

Starting Location: Black Star Canyon Road

Finish Location: Trabuco Creek Road and Trabuco Canyon Road Post-event staging area: O’Neill Regional Park

There will be no same day registration.

The race will have Intermediate, Expert and Pro classes with the Pro class men and women racing for finishing cash. There must be a minimum of 5 participants in each age group or the age group will be combined with another age group.

PARTICIPATION IS LIMITED TO 175

PRO OPEN ($95)

EXPERT ($70)
18 to 30
31 to 45
46 to 59
60 +

INTERMEDIATE ($70)
18 to 30
31 to 45
46 to 59
60 +

The event fee includes awards for top finishers, finishing ribbon for all participants, t-shirt and food catered by El Pollo Loco.

5. TOAD FESTIVAL UPDATE

The Toad Festival is a benefit for the Wounded Warrior Program. The Wounded Warrior Program works raise awareness and enlist the public’s aid for the needs of severely injured service men and women, helps severely injured service members aid and assist each other, and provides unique, direct programs and services to meet the needs of severely injured service members.

http://www.woundedwarriorproject.org/

We have a participation limit of 175 for the long ride and have 74 spots left.

Short Ride: 10 miles, 500 feet of climbing. This ride is a great beginners and kids ride through the beautiful tree-covered trails of O’Neil Park.

Long Ride: 27.5 +- miles, 5,000 +- of elevation gain

1. Start at O’Neill Park Picnic area and ride to Holy Jim Trail Head – a small amount of pavement with 5 miles of fire road.
2. Holy Jim Trail Head to Main Divide – 6 miles of steep single track climbing with multiple stream crossings.
3. Holy Jim Trail to Trabuco Canyon Trail – 6 miles of rutted fire road with steep climbs and descents.
4. Trabuco Canyon Trail to Holy Jim Parking area – 5 miles of down hill, technical single track with stream crossings with 1/2 of a mile of fire road
5. Holy Jim Parking area to Picnic area – 5 miles of fire road and a small amount of pavement.

The Long Ride is not for beginning or novice riders. Participants will be responsible to carry all food and water needed to complete the ride. There will be no sag support (except in case of total breakdown or emergency). Support personnel will be stationed at 5 rest stops along the course.

Riders in the fun rides will compete in games of chance and skill (darts, horseshoes, helmet toss and Blackjack cards). Those with the highest combined score will win prizes. You must make the checkpoints in a reasonable time or you will not be allowed to continue.

PARTICIPATION IS LIMITED TO:
175 for the long fun ride
No limit for the short fun ride

LONG FUN RIDE ($55)

SHORT FUN RIDE
Adults ($55)
Kids 13 and under ($25)

To register go to the bottom of the event web page at:

http://www.warriorssociety.org/events/toad_festival_general_info.html

6. THE TRAVERSE AND TOAD FESTIVAL EVENT REFUND POLICY

We do not offer refunds to those that drop out before the event – but we do allow them to sell their spot to someone else UP UNTIL TWO WEEKS BEFORE THE EVENT (Friday, April 24th for the Traverse and Friday, May 23rd for the Toad Festival). After this date you will not be able to transfer your spot and we will not give refunds.

If you want to sell your spot we suggest posting it for sale on the Socal TrailRiders message board:

http://www.socaltrailriders.org

We will be directing all those dropping out to post their spot on this message board. They will have to contact us directly via countingcoup@warriorssociety.org to let us know of the change and it is up to them to handle your payment to them. We must be notified of any transfer of spots in the events and people looking to buy spots should be sure we are cc in any email exchange with the seller to verify it is a legitimate spot.

If you transfer your spot to someone else we their following information before we make the change:

Name
Sex
Address
Email Address
Phone Number
t-shirt size
Emergency contact person
Emergency contact number
Age
Class and type of bike for the Traverse
Long or short ride for the Toad Festival

Shimano is the Major Component Sponsor of the Warrior’s Society

Rock N Road Bike Shops, Sho-Air Racing, El Pollo Loco and Switchback Cyclery are Major Sponsors of the Warrior’s Society

Clif Bar is the Official Energy Bar and Gel of the Warrior’s Society

E2 Hydro is the official hydration drink of the Warrior’s Society

The Warrior’s Society is a Blue Ribbon Coalition (BRC) affiliated organization

The Warrior’s Society is a Tax Exempt Organization under 501 (c) 4 of the IRS Code

“Far better it is to dare mighty dreams, to win glorious triumphs, even though checkered by failure, than to take the ranks with those poor spirits who neither enjoy much nor suffer much, because they live in that gray twilight that knows not victory nor defeat!”

Theodore Roosevelt

www.warriorssociety.org

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03/10/09 Warrior’s Society Weekly News

In this issue:

1. Vision Quest and Counting Coup post-event update

2. Draft 2009 OCTA Commuter Bikeways Strategic Plan

3. Trail Run Events scheduled for March 14th and 28th in the Blue Jay and Trabuco areas – please pass on the information

1. VISION QUEST AND COUNTING COUP POST EVENT UPDATE

The Vision Quest and Counting Coup events were held last Saturday. We will soon be posting the preliminary results for the participants to review. We will have the finalized results and the write-up in next week’s news.

Here is a link to an Orange County Register story on Manual Prado, who was first to complete the Vision Quest Course:

http://www.ocregister.com/articles/mountain-down-bike-2329777-very-trail

Here is a link to a write up by Vision Quest participant Allan Laframboise:

http://forums.mtbr.com/blog.php?do=showentry&e=2758&enum=9

Thanks to all those who participated and a special thanks to all our support staff and sponsors who helped make the 2009 Mountain Bike Pow Wow a success!

2. DRAFT 2009 OCTA COMMUTER BIKEWAYS STRATEGIC PLAN

OCTA is pleased to announce that the draft 2009 OCTA Commuter Bikeways Strategic Plan (CBSP) has been prepared, and is available for review. The draft 2009 CBSP was developed with input from Orange County’s local jurisdictions, the general public, and OCTA committees and advisory groups. The plan will serve as a roadmap and resource to Orange County’s 34 cities and the County of Orange for coordinating bikeway development efforts.

OCTA appreciates the participation of all who have been involved in the CBSP development process, and looks forward to receiving your comments on the draft plan.

You can download the plan here:

http://www.octa.net/bikeways.aspx

Final comments on the CBSP are due by close of business on March 16, 2009.

Please send your comments to:

Orange County Transportation Authority

Attn: Gregory Nord

550 South Main Street

P.O. Box 14184

Orange, CA 92863

A link to an on-line comment form will also be available via the OCTA web page starting Thursday, February 25th.

3. TRAIL RUN EVENTS SCHEDULED FOR MARCH 14TH AND 28TH IN THE BLUE JAY AND TRABUCO AREAS – PLEASE PASS ON THE INFORMATION

The SJT50K (100+ runners) takes place on March 14. The race starts and finishes in Blue Jay and will involve the New San Juan, Chiquita, the San Juan Loop, the Main Divide, Trabuco, and Horse Thief West trails.

Runners will likely be on the New San Juan and Chiquita Trails between 7:00am and 12:00 pm, and on the Trabuco, Horse Thief, and Main Divide between 9:00am and 5:00 pm.

The Old Goat’s 50 Mile Trail Race (80+ runners) is on March 28th and follows the same trails as the SJT50 except the race includes the Holy Jim (lower and Upper) and a run to the summit of Santiago Peak.

Runners will likely be on the New San Juan and Chiquita from 5:00 am to 12:00pm and on the Trabuco, Holy Jim, and Main Divide from 9:00 am to 9:00pm.

Please use caution if you are riding in the area

Shimano is the Major Component Sponsor of the Warrior’s Society

Rock N Road Bike Shops, Sho-Air Racing, El Pollo Loco and Switchback Cyclery are Major Sponsors of the Warrior’s Society

E2 Hydro is the official hydration drink of the Warrior’s Society

Hammer Nutrition is the official Nutrition bar and gel of the Warrior’s Society

The Warrior’s Society is a Blue Ribbon Coalition (BRC) affiliated organization

The Warrior’s Society is a Tax Exempt Organization under 501 (c) 4 of the IRS Code

“Far better it is to dare mighty dreams, to win glorious triumphs, even though checkered by failure, than to take the ranks with those poor spirits who neither enjoy much nor suffer much, because they live in that gray twilight that knows not victory nor defeat!”

Theodore Roosevelt

www.warriorssociety.org

Shimano is the Major Component Sponsor of the Warrior’s Society

Rock N Road Bike Shops, El Pollo Loco and Switchback Cyclery are Major Sponsors of the Warrior’s Society

E2 Hydro is the official hydration drink of the Warrior’s Society

Hammer Nutrition is the official Nutrition bar and gel of the Warrior’s Society

The Warrior’s Society is a Blue Ribbon Coalition (BRC) affiliated organization

The Warrior’s Society is a Tax Exempt Organization under 501 (c) 4 of the IRS Code

“Far better it is to dare mighty dreams, to win glorious triumphs, even though checkered by failure, than to take the ranks with those poor spirits who neither enjoy much nor suffer much, because they live in that gray twilight that knows not victory nor defeat!”

Theodore Roosevelt

www.warriorssociety.org

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