New England Road Trip challenge

Get your mojo on the go! Try the New England Road Trip challenge series and compete with runners from all over New England and the world!

Green Mountain State, races

Is your running motivation in a funk? Lost your mojo?

Why not try the New England Road Trip challenge to get your rear in gear?

New England Road Trip Challenge

Bay State Race Services recently announced this new challenge which begins on August 10th. Registration is open now and will be until October 31st.

The sooner you sign up the sooner you can start logging your miles towards the challenge.

Take your pick of New England Road Trip Challenges from the 52 mile run from Boston to Providence or run the entire virtual road race circuit of 716 miles!

You can run virtual races and “double dip” or log your training miles. Submit your miles and watch your self move along your designated route.

This is a great way to challenge your self even if you don’t like running virtual races.

Virtual Races, New England Road Trip challenge

Pick one or several challenges or run them all!

Boston to Providence – 52 miles (~ 1.00 miles/day)  Finish by Sept. 30th

Concord to Boston – 68 miles (~ 1.30 miles/day)     Finish by Sept. 30th

Providence to Hartford – 76 miles (~ 1.46 miles/day) Finish by Sept. 30th

Augusta to Concord – 140 miles (~ 1.68 miles/day)  Finish by Oct. 31st

Montpelier to Augusta – 180 miles (~ 2.16 miles/day) Finish by Oct. 31st

Hartford to Montpelier – 200 miles (~ 2.4 miles/day) Finish by Oct. 31st

Tour of the Capitols – 716 miles (~ 4.97 miles/day)  Finish by December 31st.

Maine, vacation, runner

You are going to run a bunch of miles between now and the end of September, October or the end of the year.

Why not join the challenge and see who get’s there first!

Check out the challenge web site for complete details.

Run well my Friends!

Andy

 

Author: OmniRunner

9X Boston Marathon finisher, 17X marathons total. Sharing my love for running and the fun adventures and lessons that come with it. Helping non-profits increase fundraising and new runners celebrate their First 5K.

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