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Join us in supporting our local food shelters, while virtually running along the iconic Pacific Coast Highway.
Finished Results is donating 100% of all donations and a portion of the proceeds from the PCH 110 Mile Virtual Challenge.
We are holding a challenge to see how many of you can run the distance from Cambria to Monterey, 110 Miles!
You will have until July 31st to log as many miles as you can. Participants who finish the challenge can print out a Customized Completion Certificate.
How the Challenge works:
Run, Jog, Walk an average of 1.8 miles per day to complete the 110 Mile challenge by July 31st!
Read the article Jeffery Parenti wrote about our Challenge! Click Here
Cambria to Monterey is a 110 Mile scenic stretch of the Pacific Coast Highway.
Strap in and get ready for an exhilarating virtual experience along this twisting, cliff-hugging route.
Q. Can I still register?
A. Yes! Join in anytime.
Q. What counts as milage?
A. Walking, Running, Jogging, Crawling, Rolling, whatever. It all counts.
Q. Do I have to actually run the course?
A. LOL Nope. Go for it you want but this challenge is meant for you to do your miles wherever you can.
Q. How do I log my Miles?
A. Yes! Join in anytime.
Q. How do I get on the leaderboard?
A. Entering your Logged Miles into Runsignup by Clicking Here
Q. How do I compete against other teams?
A. During the challenge, you will be able to compare against other team's progress.
Q. How do I download my bib number to share on social media?
A. Click Here
Q. PCH 110 Mile Virtual Challenge?
A. PCH 110 Mile Virtual Challenge is a 2 Month challenge to run 110 Miles from June to July.
Q. When does the PCH 110 Mile Virtual Challenge take place?
A. June 1st - July 31st, 2020
Q. How many miles per day do I need to run?
A. About 1.8 miles per day should do the trick
Q: Can I use my FitBit to track my total Miles of the day?
A: Sure, why not! The goal is to make sure you are staying active.
Q. Do I have to run every mile?
A. Ahh No! Many of our participants (Like me) are walkers. Run, walk, crawl, or roll. Just get 'er done.
Q. How do you register for PCH 110 Mile Virtual Challenge?
A. Click Here
Q. Can I compete Internationally?
A. Yes! We just ask for a nominal $14.99 for additional shipping charges if outside North America
Q. What does PCH 110 Mile Virtual Challenge benefit?
A. We are donating to the California Association of Food Banks. To find more information about their work, Click Here
Q. Are there shipping charges?
A. No - shipping is included!
Q. Are there processing fees?
A. Only RunSignUp's Processing fee of $2.50
Q. When will I receive my T-Shirt?
A. We plan on sending out in waves as people complete the course.
Q. When can I register until?
A. Anytime before the competition ends.
Q. Do I need a GPS watch/tracker or Strava? Will I need to show my watch or device for proof of running?
A: You can use one if you wish but we are on the honor system here. There are no additional awards given for running faster; just finish!
Q: How many people do I need on my team?
A: You need at least 5 people on your team to complete your team.
Q: Is there a Team Discount?
A: Yes! There is a $5 discount for teams of 10 or more. If you are one of the first 9 members to sign up, you will receive a $5 refund
Q. How do I find out about the next Virtual Challenge?
A. Follow us on Facebook and Twitter. We are creating a series of events and will be reaching out on social media to get feedback from our participants
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