Aug 25 2013

Enter Today! Dia de los Muertos Virtual Marathon


Registration is FULL and CLOSED for the Manic Runday Dia de los Muertos Virtual Marathon!

26.2 miles in 26.2 days!

Begins October 7 at 7:11:59 pm.
Ends November 2 at 11:59:59 pm.

Entry for this virtual event is only $12.62 and is limited to the first 100 paid racers. Price increases to $15.62 on 9/16—if there are spots left!

Join the Facebook event page, where I post prize winners and other important event info, and where people gather to chat and generally crack wise about running and other stuff.

Participate in one of these four categories:

- Running/Walking
– Bicycling
– Swimming
– Other Self-Propelled (Includes wheelchairs (powered or not), scooters, pogo sticks, etc.)

Do all 26.2 miles in one day or in smaller chunks throughout the 26.2 days. Share your run(s) and photos on the Facebook event page and we’ll tell you how awesome you are (because you are!).

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Paid participants receive a custom Dia de los Muertos Virtual Marathon race bib via email, plus a rad DdlMVM dog tag bottle opener on a chain.

Paid participants are automatically entered into prize drawings. You might win:

$50 INKnBURN gift card (costume contest, see below)
2GB iPod Shuffle (randomly selected participant chosen on 11/3)
$35 Road ID gift card
Free Entries
And more!

InB Discount Code IrisToldMeCOSTUME CONTEST!
**Win a $50 INKnBURN.com Gift Card!**

Run in your most fabulous Dia de los Muertos (or Halloween) costume and race bib, then post a photo to the Facebook event page. Costume pics will go into an album on the Manic Runday Facebook page for voting. Get your pals to like your photo in the album. The person whose pic gets the most likes by 8am PST on November 5 wins the prize!

A portion of your registration benefits the Peninsula Trails Coalition, an all-volunteer group that is the driving force behind the 130-mile Olympic Discovery Trail spanning the north Olympic Peninsula between Port Townsend, WA, and the Pacific Ocean. The trail is a wide, paved pathway designed to multi-user standards for runners, bicyclists, hikers, and disabled users.