Hot off the heels of our interview with Charlie Dark from Run Dem, we sat down with one of the BTG movement’s biggest and most recognizable characters…Jay Smith, leader of Paris Run Club to find out how PRC started and how he reallllllly feels about running… Who are you?  I’m Jay Smith co founder of […]

Speed in the Desert

Speed in the Desert What would make someone run from Santa Monica to Las Vegas? This is a question I’ve asked myself over the past few years and what I’ve come to realize is that there is no “why?”, but rather “who?”. The “who?” is why I originally asked myself this seemingly obscure question, so […]

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Last September, during our trip out to Copenhagen for the Half Marathon we got some quality time with Mr Daddy Dark himself, aka Charlie during the BTG afterparty thrown by the NBRO crew. After sharing war stories of the race, and receiving some encouraging words on what we’re doing with Pavement Bound we agreed to […]

Nike Run Guide

Nike Run Club; Ready, Set, Go.

We’re all meant to be runners. That’s a pretty bold claim, but essentially true. What is also true is that once you find the joy of running (or once you find it again after losing it as is happening to me right now) it brings way more to your life than it takes out. But…it […]

Mojo Lost

Mojo lost, what to do? Will it come back or keep being under something and not letting me enjoy running again? After having the best race at summer, with my Samsoe Ultra, I took good three weeks off from running. On purpose to really let my body recover and also because I wanted to be […]

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Nike ‘Last’

Nike salutes the last place marathon finisher in it’s latest ad.  I’ve been the person towards the back of the race, dodging the paper cups and wet sponges, hoping at least some of the supporters would still be on the roadside offering shouts of encouragement…and that was after I’d trained to complete the race. Now […]

mike Saes


Mike Saes shouldn’t really need any introduction. One of the founding fathers of the BTG movement (alongside co-founder of NYC’s Bridge Runners – Cedric Hernandez). He basically re-wrote the rule book of what running could and should be, and continues to do so to this day. He’s also one of the nicest and most interesting men […]

ROAD KILL – A Tale of Hood 2 Coast

The annual Hood To Coast Relay is an overnight, long-distance relay race. It is one of the longest and largest relays in the world, and on the “bucket list” for many a runner. The course runs approximately 320 km (200 mi) from Timberline Lodge on the slopes of Mount Hood, through the Portland metropolitan area, […]