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Spooky Goose. What Could Go Wrong?!

By Jeff Malmquist Ha! This year, October 31 – witch (see what I did there?) is Halloween – falls on a Thursday – witch is the same day as the Goose Run. Ummmm…see where this is going?! Yes, the Goose run on Thursday October 31 will be the Spooky Goose. Costumes are encouraged (but not [...]

Hectic Week in The Lizard Kingdom

The rain arrived just in time to make Stumptown Cross race #2 feel like fall. And in true October fashion, when it rains it pours – both the actual rain, as well as all of the activities we have going on at the moment. The coming week might be the busiest week on the Lizard [...]

Spring is in the Air!

Hold onto your seats, Lizards… or I suppose I should say, get out of your seats, Lizards… since there are a whole lotta Lizard activities coming up in the next month. In addition to our standing group runs most days of the week, there are also some special events in the works that I wanted [...]

Member Appreciation Goose – April 16

Most people think of Wednesday as “hump day,” but for the Lizard faithful, Thursday is the day you make it up and over the top of the hill. In the winter, the weekly Goose run heads from the Goose Hollow Inn (we meet at the corner of SW 19th and Madison) up to the top [...]

Celebrate Spring with a TRL Member Appreciation Run

Back by popular demand – Team Red Lizard will once again be featuring some of our regular group runs as Membership Appreciation Events. And this time we added in a First Friday as well. What is a Membership Appreciation Event? These are simply a way to say thank you to members for showing up to [...]

The Making of a Group Run

People who know me probably know that I ride my bike to work most days. And that bike ride is long enough that 1) I usually can’t get out of the office early enough to make it to any of the amazing evening group runs the club has going on, and 2) I’m so tired [...]

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