Happy Valentine’s Day, Racers!

It’s finally that time of year when loved ones spend abundantly on chocolates and fancy dinners. However, not all Valentine’s Days have to be celebrated the same every year. Why not try something new? Spend time with the friends and family you love and cherish the most.


There are plenty of other activities that call for quality time. Go out and do something fun and physical. This will be a great way to make Valentine’s Day memorable and fit for everyone. If you’re taking a break from the Eat My Dust Tracks, today, here are some outdoor activities to help you activate your day.

  • Ice Skating: Skating is a great way to tone your legs and overall figure. This is a great activity to do with a group of friends. Go and enjoy some time skating around your local ice rink. You can also rally up a small game of ice hockey while you’re at it. Remember to pack those gloves and jackets to keep warm.
  • Skate Boarding: Skate boarding can be a great recreational activity you can partake in at any local skate park. If you’re skilled enough, go for a ride! Always remember to take your helmet and knee pads to prevent any sort of injury.
  • Surfing: If the weather permits go out to the beach and catch a wave. The number one thing to keep in mind is to put on sunscreen before going out. Make sure to watch out for those UV rays. If your other friends are not into surfing, then have them simply enjoy the view of the beach and sunbath.
  • Bicycling: Bicycling can be a great way to go around the neighborhood and a local beach. Why not take the time to exercise for fun and enjoy other peoples company. Bike around and stop by any local food store to keep energized while you’re at it.

These are just a few outdoor activities that you and your friends can enjoy. If you have not started planning anything special, then take note on some of these activities and share them with your friends and family. Let us know how you will be spending your Valentine’s Day today. If you have any other outdoor activities you want to share, leave us a comment! We would love to hear about what interests you when you’re not behind the wheel of one of our racing machines.