Those of us who participated in last years SASA run to Savannah last year would probably agree that it was…memorable. Assaulted by relentless tropical storm rain, winds, and lightning, we finally managed to slosh our way into Savannah and claim our right to wear the patch - eight challenging hours after leaving the start line. On the surface, this year’s event seems rather mild in comparison, running only from St. Petersburg to Cocoa Beach. It is likely, though, that the actual route will have us meandering through the middle of the state before reaching the end point in Cocoa. It will be hot, probably rainy, and likely to cover 350+ miles before its over. Rain gear is highly recommended, although it did absolutely no good last year. http://www.floridafullthrottle.com/2014/03/sore-ass-poker-run-2014/
Entry is $35 for rider or $60 for couple, and will net you a T-shirt, Patch and Certificate of Survival (oops…that says Certificate of Completion). Reservations at host hotel should be made early, as the SASA runs usually have a large number of participants:
The flyer says to mention the Sore Ass Run or Full Throttle Magazine for ‘discounted rates’. They are advertising $89 plus tax, etc on the Full Throttle Site.
We should meet at 8:30 a.m. at Skyway Jacks in order to complete registration and be ready for KSU @ 9:30. https://plus.google.com/115816775833031282792/about?gl=us&hl=en