About Gemini Adventures
As avid runners, cyclists and all-around adventurers, we have always sought out great events that combine the best of what we like to do. In our years of exploring new trails and creating our own adventures, we decided to share our experiences by creating Gemini Adventure Events.
Our goal is to hold races that most competitors wouldn’t be able to do on their own — either because doing the event requires support or because the course is longer or more challenging than most participants would consider doing alone. Our races draw those looking for a unique challenge. There’s nothing better than competition to bring out the best in everyone.
We search for courses that are on trails in beautiful, remote areas and design events that are challenging for everyone to finish yet create great competition for the front of the pack. We’re here to challenge you. We’re here to create a memorable event for you and your family. We’re here for you. Send us your ideas, thoughts and stories.
Reid and Michele Delman
Born and raised in Cleveland, Ohio Reid moved to Boulder, CO in 1994. He is the owner of Gemini Events and lives in Boulder with his wife, Michele, and two daughters. When he and Michele learned they would be having twins, they decided it was a perfect time to leave his job as high school teacher and wrestling coach to be at home with their daughters and start the business they’d always wanted. The result is Gemini Events, incidentally named for their twin daughters, which strives to offer challenging races in beautiful places with the best support around. Reid has done plenty of challenging events himself.
He wrestled for Ohio State and sometimes competes in Mixed Martial Arts cagefighting. He has completed multiple 100 mile races including Leadville 100 run and bike, lots of 50s and loves to make his own adventures – which is how he finds many of the race courses currently offered.
He has also competed in adventure races, including the Eco Challenge, mountain bike races, and Ironman distance triathlons. As a self proclaimed “untalented athlete” he’s always looking for the next great challenge and opportunity to push his limits.
I traipse about the trails around Fort Collins and Colorado as a while, dividing my time between running, family, work and serving as Hardrock’s Aid Station Director. Current life goal of completing 10 Grand Slams (2 down, 8 to go) inspires both misty-eyed day dreaming and farcical self ridicule.