What do you do with you phone, wallet, and other valuables on race day?

Discussion in 'General Training and Racing Discussion' started by JellyBelly, Nov 5, 2017.

  1. JellyBelly

    JellyBelly New Member

    Assuming you don't live next door to the race start, what do you do with your valuables on race day? Do you leave them in your bag or take them with you? Thinking about wallet, phone, car keys, etc.
  2. WiltshireWonder

    WiltshireWonder Active Member Staff Member

    Most decent size races will have a drop bag where you can leave your stuff. I tend to have a spi-belt for my mobile phone, and I put my bank-card, my car-key and my ID (driving license) in the little pocket that is usually in my shorts/capris.
  3. runner

    runner Member

    All I carry is my car key kept in a zip pocket of my shorts or running tights. The only addition is a gore waterproof/wind coat which if I need I remove and carry in a little bum bag..organised or what :smile:
  4. amasidlover

    amasidlover Active Member

    In general I carry a car/bike key in a flipbelt and phone (if leaving my stuff on the bike in a pannier rack) - for longer fell races where full kit is required I'll be carrying a small rucksack/running vest anyway.
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  5. carlp

    carlp Active Member

    I don’t take my phone or wallet. I have my car key on its own and twenty pounds in cash.
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  6. Mudrock

    Mudrock Regular Member

    I have a bum bag, just big enough to carry a iPhone se, keys and some money, brought off eBay, I shall try to find a link later.
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  7. StephenR

    StephenR Active Member

    Another flipbelt user here. Cash, house key (changed locks when I moved in so one key does everything), and, occasionally, car key. Phone stays at home.
  8. Flatflr

    Flatflr Regular Member

    I always run with a hydration belt or vest so it all goes in there.
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