Thank you to REACT Life Member Tom Jenkins, N7VOI for directly supporting the safety and security of the SOWWGs Wednesday, February 4th during the downtown events in Boise. Another example of REACT’s continued commitment to providing practical, useful public service while using our communications skills to further increase our value as volunteers!
The following maps are approximations based on the map listed here at zhalfmarathon.com and do not represent the sanctioned race course. They are in 11×17 PDF format suitable for printing.
Aid Station Area Maps
Mile Post Area Maps
Wide Area Course Map
Caution – These PDF files are in 11″x17″ format and designed specifically for printing – they are approximately 300 kb each.
All plots assume a 5 watt handheld with 0 dBi flexible antenna, center unit as a 10 watt mobile radio with 1/4 wave 2.15 dBi antenna.
These maps are for using a central net control stationary at the hilltop of Seamans Gulch Road.
The following maps are for Aid Station to other station coverage directly.
Thanks to those of you that helped out on this unusual, fun event 🙂
Event website – http://www.tour-de-fat.com/city/boise
KC7YUI and XYL
A few random pics from the event itself
As far as media coverage, Idaho #1 Website has 0 coverage…
The Statesman, however, did have a column inch story on the event, estimating about 2,000 cyclists and the like.