This event is unique as it is a bicycle ride that does not begin until 11PM. Riders wind their way along downtown streets from New York and Ohio Streets to Monument Circle, Butler University, Indianapolis Art Museum winding its way along the White River to the IUPUI Campus on New York Street.
If you would like to be a part of the Safety Crew, get a hold of KC9KZH, Elaine Carter at KC9KZH@hotmail.com
Df'ing exercise to be held at Garfield Park in Indy.
The group will try something new; instead of a mass attack on the fox, each team (individual) will start alone, in 5 minutes increments, so that groups do not follow each other. Fastest time wins! What? I don't know!
Just interested in fox hunting? Come and join in. You can walk with any team and learn as you go.
This is a 'running relay race'; teams of 4 or more will run 100 miles changing runners at 21 different exchange points. This 100 miles has to be covered in 24 hours!
This event goes from about 2PM on Saturday ending about 530PM on Sunday. Shifts are worked due to the length of the event.
The 2013 Indy Air Race is being planned. Preliminary route is in place and I am checking repeaters, APRS and all equipment preparing them for this large scale event.
Mike Palmer, N9FEB, is taking checkins of interested amateur radio operators who are willing to act as observers. Exact details of what is involved are being discussed.
This is a 2-day bicycling event. Each day, riders have a choice of riding 30 - 50 - 75 or 100 Miles on the country roads Hamilton, Boone, Tipton, and Clinton Counties.
There are several Rest Stops and hazardous road crossings that hams assist at. This event utilizes many hams equipment with APRS so the Net Controls can track the lead and tail riders of each route. This info is relayed to Law Enforcement for traffic control purposes.
This is the 18th Annual Indianapolis Marathon held in Lawrence, IN, old Ft. Harrison area.
It is a 26.2 mile marathon that also hosts a 13.1 mile portion and a 5K/Run-Walk as well.
If you would like to work this as an Emergency Communicator, contact Mike Palmer, N9FEB@comcast.net
The Hoosier Hikers Knobstone Race in Morgan/Monroe Start Forest is Saturday, October 26th & there is a need for 6 or 8 volunteers for that event. The race starts at 9:00 A.M. & should be over around 1:00 P.M. Some positions will be done earlier if you would like to help but can't stay till 1:00. HTs will work from most positions with a good antenna but a couple will require a 50 watt mobile & a good antenna.
Contact Brian Elliott, N9JPX if you can help.