750 Miles - Six Month Epic New England Challenge! Anywhere, MA 02111 US
Challenges
Run/Walk 750 Miles

WAVE TWO 750 Mile Run/Walk Challenge

$59 $49 Run/Walk as few as 28 miles per week for six months!
Ride 750 Miles

WAVE TWO 750 Mile Bike Challenge

$59 $49 Ride as few as 28 miles per week for six months!
750 Miles Any Way You Want!

WAVE TWO 750 Mile Cross-Train Challenge

$59 $49 Row, Walk, Run, Hop, Bike, Swim as few as 28 miles per week for six months!
400 Miles Any Way You Want!

WAVE TWO Breakaway to Burlington 400-Mile Cross-Train Challenge

$59 $49 Row, Walk, Run, Hop, Bike, Swim as few as 15.4 miles per week for six months!
Description

WAVE TWO STARTS September 21st!

The Boston to Bar Harbor Epic 750-Mile Challenge (Solo and Relay Teams available)
And Breakaway to Burlington 400-Mile Challenge!

Six months to complete!

Experience New England on an epic city-by-city expedition from Boston to Bar Harbor.  Along the way, you will earn milestone badges for each major city/landmark in the across New England.  Make no mistake, this virtual challenge will test you! But don't fret, as we will motivate you along the way! 

All challengers receive a limited edition Boston to Bar Harbor T-Shirt, a gorgeous Finisher's Medal, a complimentary window sticker and a custom Pre-Race Bib, as well as Live Map Tracking of your progress, a Challenger's Leaderboard, a digital Finisher's Certificate with your stats and access to our Challenger's Community on Facebook.

 

Live Map Progress Tracking!

You will be able to see your progress along the route as you enter your mileage!  Our live map tracking feature will even allow you to see where your fellow challengers are on the map compared to you - now that's some motivation! (see example below)

 

Wave Starts - You Can Join The Challenge Anytime!

You can join a challenge anytime, and we will relaunch the challenge the 21st of the next month.  You will have six months to complete the 750 miles.

 

You Got This!
This is a Six Month Challenge - as few as 15.4 miles per week (2.2 miles per day).

You can set your goal to move as few as 15.4 miles per week (for the Breakaway to Burlington option) or  28 miles per week for the full Boston to Bar Harbor Challenge - or challenge yourself to cover as many as you can - be sure to pace yourself! We will help you total up your distance and track your progress with our online progress tracking platform.

These challenges are simple:

1. Do what you want to do, when you want to do it, from wherever you are (run, walk, bike as few as 15.4 miles per week)!
2. Connect and track your progress on our race page and connect on our facebook group!
3. Get your limited edition Boston to Bar Harbor T-Shirt, Challenger Medal and more!

 

We Will Make An Impact!
All Challengers Support Local New England Food Banks and Hunger Relief Programs

Donations support local New England food banks and hunger relief programs to help people who are in dire need of food. Before Covid-19, 1 in 9 Americans struggled with food insecurity. As a result of Covid-19, food insecurity is expected to double worldwide. Our goal is to raise $50,000 to support local New England food banks and hunger relief programs.

Boston to Bar Harbor 2020 Course

You will start your challenge from Boston Common and make your way, city-by-city (the long way), to Bar Harbor.  


Major Milestones

Boston:  Mile 0
Providence:  Mile 50
Newport:  Mile 80
Mystic:  Mile 139
Hartford:  Mile 195
Brattleboro:  Mile 275
Burlington:  Mile 400
MT Washington:  Mile 535
Bangor: Mile 690
Acadia National Park: Mile 737
Bar Harbor:  Mile 750 - THE FINISH LINE!

Earn Milestone Badges Along Your Way

Live Map Tracking!

You will be able to see your progress along the route as you enter your mileage!  Our live map tracking feature will even allow you to see where your fellow challengers are on the map compared to you - now that's some motivation! 

What Is Food Insecurity?

What is food insecurity?

Food insecurity describes a household’s inability to provide enough food for every person to live an active, healthy life. Food insecurity is one way we can measure and assess the risk of hunger. In the United States currently one in nine people struggle with hunger.

 

What causes food insecurity?

One "bad month" can be enough to plunge a household into food insecurity. Layoffs at work, unexpected car maintenance or an accident on the job can suddenly force a family to choose between buying food and paying bills. A global pandemic can dramatically heighten this vulnerability. 

That’s why many working families, including thousands of households who don’t qualify for federal nutrition assistance, depend on local food banks to help make ends meet during difficult times.

 

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