Run The Edge, an organizer of virtual fitness challenges, is daring runners, hikers, cyclists and swimmers to make their way across the United States in a 3,521-mile Amerithon Virtual Fitness Challenge.
To mark the start of the virtual multi-sport fitness challenge, Run The Edge is offering its first ever two-week free trial, the chance to win sunglasses from Goodr, and an opportunity to score the grand prize: an ElliptiGO MSUB off-road stand-up bike.
The 2019 Amerithon Challenge kicks off on July 4. Registration is now open and a free trial will be available at runtheedge.com/amerithon.
Whether tackled by a single athlete or a team of up to eight, participants have the opportunity to experience an ‘engaging journey throughout the USA to earn badges, an epic six-piece medal and bragging rights’.
‘Get It All registration’ gives participants access to an online tracker, 36 interactive flyover videos, a private Facebook Group, milestone badges, motivational email messages, a ‘dazzling 6-piece medal’, wall map, passport with milestone stickers, and a tech shirt.
Both registered and free-trial participants who complete at least 1 mile of activity from July 4-18 will be entered to win Goodr Sunglasses. Participants who finalize their registration for the full challenge and who exercise at least 20 days in July will be entered to win an ElliptiGO MSUB, billed as the ultimate cross-training tool for off-road riding.
“We just love creating ways to make health and fitness fun,” said Adam Goucher, co-founder of Run The Edge. “Plus, you have a chance to win sunglasses and an ElliptiGO bike just for exercising? Sign me up!”
Bryce Whiting, Vice President of Sales and Marketing for ElliptiGO, said “It’s clear that people across the country are looking for creative ways to stay active. The Amerithon challenge is a great opportunity to push yourself to new heights and change up your fitness routine with all kinds of activities. One lucky winner will be able to experience even more versatility with the MSUB, and reap the benefits of stand up cycling!”