QUEST ADVENTURE SERIES BLOG

You against the most epic environments Mother Nature has to offer. It’s racing in its purest form. A physically gruelling challenge in the world’s most unique locations. Quest: the world’s best adventure.

Nutrition advice for an adventurer

It is now a well-accepted idea that what we put in our body will affect our physical performance. According to the most recent data, the total amount of protein and carbohydrate consumed over the course of the day is far more important to performance improvements than...

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Speedy Race Recovery

It is critical to take sufficient time to recover after a race to avoid injury. It varies from person to person how much recovery time or rest days one needs. Seasoned adventure racers can usually bounce back after a day or two. A rest day doesn't mean any exercise...

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Mandatory Kit

In Ireland it’s not uncommon to get 4 seasons in one day, so it’s important to be prepared and have the right gear. Every competitor taking part in a Quest Adventure Race must bring this mandatory kit. Mandatory Kit List o    Basic First Aid Kit (Min: 1 x Dressing Pad...

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Free training day for Quest Glendalough

Do you fancy getting some training tips and advice from the experts? Come along to our free training day that is open to everyone regardless of which distance you are doing or how far along you are in your training. On the day we will run and cycle some of the race...

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Training for your first adventure race?

If you have never done an adventure race before it can be daunting and a little scary.Follow our tips to help you prepare for your first Quest adventure race: Pick a race: By registering for a Quest adventure race, it sets a target date to train towards and allows you...

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Cycle Route for Quest Killarney Adventure Race on March 12th

Information on 55k Route In this route there is a 40km cycle section . 32 km is on sealed road, 8km on gravel path. The surface will not always be smooth, you might come across a bit of gravel or a few steep hills. You will cycle a 4km gravel track twice, on the way...

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Free Training Day for Quest Killarney

Do you fancy getting some training tips and advice from the experts? Come along to our free training day that is open to everyone regardless of which distance you are doing or how far along you are in your training. On the day we will run and cycle some of the race...

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Best bike for Quest Killarney Adventure Race on March 12th

What bike should I use? The bike type is a personal choice. For the 55km route a hybrid or a road bike with Gator Skin tyres would be most suitable. These tyres have a ticker instep and reduce the risk of punctures. The road bike will be fastest on the road but you...

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5 reasons to Quest Loch Ness in 2017

Quest Adventure race involves running, cycling and kayaking across dramatic landscapes in iconic locations around Ireland, Scotland and Wales. The world’s biggest adventure movement. Here are our top 5 reasons to Quest Loch Ness in 2017: Location, Location, Location...

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5 REASONS TO DO QUEST BETWS-y-COED IN 2017

Quest Adventure race involves running, cycling and kayaking across dramatic landscapes in iconic locations around Ireland, Scotland and Wales. The world’s biggest adventure movement. Here are our top 5 reasons to Quest Betws-y-Coed in 2017: Location, Location,...

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