IMPORTANT NOTICE!! No Shipping through OCTOBER 6

R2R is going to Greece to crew for a friend running the 156 mile Spartathlon. We don't want to offer less than great service while we are gone, so we will be CLOSED and won't be able to print or ship orders until we return. ****If your race is the weekend of 10/7-10/8, we can email a PDF of your pace bands, but not your actual pace bands. We are not going to risk your not getting it if we try to overnight them. We apologize if we can't help with your race before we get back.

free chase charts
chase charts

Our unique, free chase charts help your friends track where you will be on the course, mile by mile, based on the start time of the race - no math required!

Pick your goal time, and then a faster and slower time window, and we'll create a chase chart showing when the earliest and (hopefully) latest you will be at each mile.

After you customize your chart, we'll give you a link to share your chart with family and friends.


full half

goal time

select the goal time you plan to run (hrs:mins)

faster time

pick the fastest time you might finish (hrs:mins)

slower time

pick a later :-( time you might finish (hrs:mins)

pacing strategy

pick a pacing stragey (if you are not sure, pick 'even pace')

start time

when time does your race start?

start delay

: (min:secs)
How long will it take you to get to the starting line? (for example, a 4 hr. runner in Chicago takes about 5 mins. to get to the start, in KC it is about 1 min.).

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