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The Bad Ass Trail Fun Run 

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You've been training consistently and are prepared to throw down. Your priorities are straight. You aren't afraid of snow or ice, and probably have a pair of running shoes with sheet-metal screws already in them. Yep, you're a bad ass.


The Tight Ass 22 (22 miles)

You've been training semi-consistently, but are scared to rise to bad-ass stature. Step up your training, or risk looking silly in your favorite shorty shorts this summer.

The Huge Ass Half (13 miles)

You've slacked over the holidays and need a jump start. Stop procrastinating because of the weather. It's time to step off your treadmill. This is Central Oregon.

The Numb Ass Nine (9 miles)

You've done nothing but couch surf through the holidays. Excessive general merriment has made your behind numb. This run won't do much for your overall tone, but it may get the blood flowing in your backside.
See website for directions and more information: http://www.gobroncobilly.com/badass

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