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If running or walking isn’t up your street or maybe a bit too tame, how about taking part in a muddy obstacle course or jumping out of a plane instead? For all of you looking for something a bit different, we may have the answer for you…
The 10K falls on the Saturday of the Edinburgh Marathon Festival weekend and is run in the stunning surroundings of Holyrood Park. Starting and finishing near Dynamic Earth, this route offers striking panoramic views of the city and Edinburgh Castle. Join us by grabbing a boob suit and your running trainers to help stamp out the late detection of breast cancer!Sign up now!
Enjoy a fantastic all-encompassing route which takes in some of Edinburgh’s most iconic landmarks as well as offering picturesque views along the East Lothian coastline. Join us by grabbing a boob suit and your running trainers to help stamp out the late detection of breast cancer!Sign up now!
Directly preceding the Marathon, the EMF Half follows the same fast and flat route, offering genuine PB potential. This increasingly popular race distance is a fantastic alternative for those that don’t fancy the big 26.2! Join us by grabbing a boob suit and your running trainers to help stamp out the late detection of breast cancer!Sign up now!
We are delighted to be supported by over 1,000 people taking on this incredible challenge in London! We challenge you to join us and walk a marathon (26.2 miles) or a half marathon (13.1 miles) through the night. Starting and finishing in the same place (venue to be confirmed), the route will take you past many of our capital’s famous landmarks, including Westminster Abbey, Trafalgar Square, Buckingham Palace and many more! This amazing charity challenge is open to men and women from all walks of life who want to come together for something awesome.
Spaces are likely to fill up very quickly for this hugely popular challenge, so please secure your place in your preferred start wave quickly! Use the code CFEARLYBIRD25 at the checkout to receive 25% off your registration fee.
To sign up to this epic new challenge click here.Sign up now!
The Hilly Hundred is back with another epic challenge, starting and finishing at Cornwall’s incredible Eden Project.
This two-day event involves cycling 100 miles on some of Cornwall’s finest roads – taking in incredible scenery, breathtaking coastal roads, quaint fishing villages and not to mention the incredible Eden Project itself! Check out the proposed route here (and of course its many, many hills), or watch the video below to see what went down last year!
All of what you can look forward to at the Hilly Hundred 2019:
– Camping at the Eden Project campsite*
– The opportunity to cycle around the Rainforest Biome at the Eden Project
– Free entry into the Eden Project for family and friends on 7th and 8th September
– Plentiful snacks to keep you fuelled along the way
– A limited edition event t-shirt
– A Cornish pasty and a pint when you finish
– A medal to prove you did it!
– An opportunity to dig out your finest fancy dress for Day 2!
– A weekend of guaranteed fun
Before hitting the sign up button (because why wouldn’t you?) please make sure you have read the full T&Cs here.
*When registering, please let us know which days you intend to camp. You are welcome to stay on Friday, Saturday and Sunday nights. Only tents are allowed in the campsite and cars need to be parked in car park. If you wish to stay in a campervan, please let us know. Alternatively, you can make your own sleeping arrangements or stay at the Eden Project YHA at your own cost.
You need to be reasonably fit to take part in this bike ride as the route includes some very steep hill climbs. Some of the route will include some off road trails, which are not particularly suited to road bikes. However, an alternative route for road bikes will be available. Your bike needs to be in good working order. We will be setting out early on Saturday morning so if you’re travelling from afar, we recommend staying the night before. Snacks and light refreshments will be provided but meals will need to be arranged by you.