"Thanks for a fantastic weekend. The entire group (50 or so) of Barrie runners had a blast. I know we will be back next year." - Jim Tuttle
"What an amazing experience! I can't for the next one!" - Shaun Demers
"It was even better than I imagined!!! Loved it all!!!! Thank you so so much!!!" - Kellie Silva McNabb
"Just a quick note to say thanks for this past weekend, the course was outstanding, and the effort you put into organising this was obvious and more importantly excellent! I can’t even imagine how you pulled it off, we expected challenges because of the first year, and were pleasantly surprised to find every possible detail anticipated and looked after. You are an outstanding organiser! The event ranks as high as any relay experience we have ever had, and we have done quite a few, thank you for creating a new classic event!" - Mike Paquette, Team 24 Temiskaming Voyageurs
"Just wanted to thank you and your team for putting on such a great event. Our team totally enjoyed the race. It was well organized, the course is amazing, the course marking were great. I hope that next year there are more teams because anyone who didn't know about this event, truly missed a great one. This event deserves to have at least a couple of hundred teams in it.
For those who have never heard of this event, it is put on by John Salt and his crew from Multisport. For the avid runner, this is an absolute MUST do event. The Race consists of 4 stages of approximately 60kms each, divided into 6 legs each. The race runs around the clock, starting in Barrie, going north to Orillia, west to Midland, Penetang, Wyevale, Elmvale then Wasaga Beach, Collingwood and ending at Blue Mountain. 245kms in all. The course has some of the most amazing trails and scenery to run through. The course is quite challenging and the night sections were unbelievable. The teams were of 5 to 8 people. I had the pleasure of running with our three sons, Alex, Peter and Brent as well as Jeff Seguin (a co-worker) and Stacey Smith. Trust me, if you plan to do this event (and I highly recommend that you do) pick your team wisely, and do not, and I repeat, DO NOT, attempt this with less than 6 people." - Gord Keen, Team RamRod