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Aug. 24, 2010
Clif Bar Upcoming Events - Week of 8/23/10
And we're back in the swing of Clif Bar events, and with one month officially left of summer, it's time to get out there and make the best of what remains. Here's what's going on around the country this week!

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Friday, August 27

Wichita Falls, TX - Hotter-n-Hell 100 - Hotter 'N Hell Hundred and the cycling community of America can look forward to continued innovation in 2010, GPS mapping, and changes to Hell’s Gate. Riders and racers from all over the USA will celebrate the 29th annual Hotter 'N Hell Hundred on Aug. 28, 2010. Hotter 'N Hell Hundred will continue to excite record numbers of participants and add to their fitness experience. The Hotter 'N Hell Hundred is one of the oldest and largest cycling events in the nation. Fitness oriented riders and bicycle racers will come to Wichita Falls, Texas, from virtually every state and several foreign countries.

Portland, OR - Hood to Coast - "The Mother of All Relays" - 197 miles, 12,000 runners, 29th Annual Year, 3,500 volunteers, August 27 & 28, 2010, Largest Relay in the World.

Chicago, IL - Chicago Triathlon: Multisport Expo (through Saturday, August 28) - Join Clif Bar & LUNA Sport along with 8,000 triathletes for the biggest Triathlon Expo in the World! Our booths will be buzzing with excitement as we sample our latest and greatest endurance products.

Saturday, August 28

Dallas, TX - The Women’s Expo (through Sunday, August 29) - The 21st Annual Celebration of the Last Blast of Summer. Over 300 unique displays of shopping, fashion, food, entertainment, fun, bargains, cosmetics, travel, vacation and free health & beauty screenings. Indulge yourself with free facials, free hair styling, meet with leading community organizations, enjoy interactive displays or relax with a glass of wine in the garden

Sunday, August 29

Rancho Seco Park, CA - Total Body Fitness Luna Bar Tri - This will be the 5th Total Body Fitness Luna Bar Tri/Du, an all women's sprint distance tri (.5 mile swim – 20 mile bike – 4 mile run) or du (2 mile run – 20 mile bike – 4 mile run).

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