AR 101

The AR 101 section is a place to lend some insight about our adventure races. Some articles are about advanced strategies and some are just about what to expect when you show up. But really this place can be about anything that could help newcomers or the rest of the community. We encourage racers to take the ball and create content for this section. If you have an article, article idea, or suggestion you would like to share, email news@pangeaadventureracing.com

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How Do You Float?

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AR101 - Some of our adventure races involve a fun tubing section. Today we break down three floating styles we have observed and their effectiveness.
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Review: Streamlight 88040 ProTac HL Flashlight

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GEAR - A good flashlight can be the perfect accessory for a racer's nocturnal adventure. Bill Dean reviews the Streamlight 88040 ProTac HL Flashlight to see if it makes the grade.
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Navigating & Trekking at Night

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Ron Eaglin again lends us some insight straight from his blog at eaglinar.blogspot.com. This is the first of a three part series about racing at night so take what you need from one of the most experienced racers around.
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"What am I looking for?"

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AR101 -- What makes adventure racing unique is the Control Points (CPs) you are trying to find during the race. Frequent questions we get are what is a CP, what does it look like, and what do I do when I find one?
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Paddling at Night

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Rod Price, our resident paddling expert, is here to offer a few tips for the paddling legs for the upcoming night races.
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Biking at Night

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Ron Eaglin again lends us some insight straight from his blog at eaglinar.blogspot.com. This is the first of a three part series about racing at night so take what you need from one of the most experienced racers around.
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First Timer? What to Expect

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AR101 -- For those of you that are signed up for the first time, there is no need to fear. Here is what to expect during a typical day at the races.
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