City of Los Altos New Year's Virtual Run

$24.95

RUN or WALK YOUR 5K / 10K / Half Marathon ANYWHERE & ANYTIME!

60% of every registration supports the City of Los Altos, CA in maintaining its committees and volunteers, allowing it to continue being one of the best cities to live and raise a family.

You're not required to run or walk on New Year's Day to earn this medal but certainly would be a great way to start the new year! 2020 has been a rough year for so many so celebrate entering a new year, find a friend or a group of friends, safely distance outside and set a distance goal to earn your medal. 2021 is going to be a magnificent new year!

THE MEDAL...
Spectacular Four Inch Medal - Extraordinary Design Will Be Posted Soon!

Online Printable Race Bib  Click Here ✔

Medals Will Start Shipping Last Week Of December

HOW TO PARTICIPATE IN THIS VIRTUAL RACE / CHALLENGE:
Option 1: Facebook Group
Run or Walk using any tracking app such as Strava, RunKeeper, Runtastic, etc. and then submit your time to our Badass Virtual Run Facebook Group - CLICK HERE

Option 2: Strava Group
1.
 Join our Badass Running Company club on the Strava Run/Walk App by (CLICKING HERE).
2. Using Strava, Run or Walk for 3.1 miles (5K) 
3. Save your Activity as "City of Los Altos New Years Virtual Run".
Use #BadassRunnerForCharity anywhere on social media.

The New Years Virtual Run Finishers Will Receive:
* A Spectacular Custom all metal design that's a 4 inch Medal on a 1.5" Custom Ribbon (mailed to your registration address)
* Online printable race bib 

* A warm and fuzzy feeling that you have directly helped fund the City of Los Altos Committees and Volunteers  

ABOUT THE ORGANIZATION: 
Website: City of Los Altos, CA
The history of modern Los Altos dates back to 1906, when Paul Shoup, a Southern Pacific Railroad executive, formed the Altos Land Co. with friends. The group purchased 140 acres of land between Palo Alto and Mountain View owned by Sarah Winchester, the widow of the inventor of the Winchester rifle. The company planned a new town to serve the new Southern Pacific Railroad cutoff between Mayfield and Los Gatos and named it "Los Altos" (Spanish for "the heights") because the land was the highest on that cutoff.

Presently the city is a thriving, beautiful place to live with many things to see and do. We recommend you click the link above to learn more about visiting and living in Los Altos.