Posts Tagged: Doug Mayer

Book Review – Trail Running Illustrated: The Art of Running Free

Doug Mayer

Trail Running Illustrated: The Art of Running Free, written by Doug Mayer and Brian Metzler, Mountaineers Books, 2021. Illustrated by Schreiber Marion. Reviewed by trail runner Laura Clark. Laura is an avid mountain, trail and snowshoe runner who lives in Saratoga Springs, NY, where she is a children’s librarian. You’re off to Great Places, Today… Read more »

Join ATRA at The Running Event (TRE) 2021

The Running Event

The Running Event (TRE), is the premier conference and trade show for running specialty retailers and includes networking opportunities, educational content, and offers sneak peaks to attendees of new products coming on the market. Attendees include run specialty store owners and managers, race directors, brands, and organizations. The American Trail Running Association (ATRA) will have… Read more »

Meet ATRA Trail Ambassador – Doug Mayer

Please welcome the sixth of our 2017 American Trail Running Association (ATRA) Trail Ambassadors presented by CamelBak. We’re proud to introduce you to Doug Mayer, a trail runner who builds community locally, nationally, and internationally. Doug is from the small town of Randolph, New Hampshire – population 350 – located at the base of Mount… Read more »

Trail Running and Fund Raising

Written by Doug Mayer for ATRA’s Winter 2016 Trail Times Newsletter. One of the highlights of my year is co-race directing the Randolph Ramble, a rugged, late-fall 10km in the wilds of the northernmost region of New Hampshire’s White Mountains. It’s everything I love about trail running—a tough challenge with friends old and new, and… Read more »

Trail Running the Alps; what I really want to tell clients

Trail Running the Alps; what I really want to tell clients was written by Doug Mayer. This article originally appeared in ATRA’s Trail Times newsletter published in April 2016. Photos by Dan Patitucci As the owner of a trail running business that leads trips for US trail runners to the Alps, this time of year… Read more »