In 2020, Bay to Breakers will virtually and literally be WEIRD. Be ready!

Like many people in the San Francisco Bay Area, I ran in the world’s funnest race. Not once, but several times. I loved it! It was fun to see myself dressed upon a costume and it was fun to see many other people in character: Mario Bros, the Frenchies, the tomatoes, the naked, Santa Claus, Spider Man, Little Mermaid, the Salmon and so, so many. more!

But it is 2020 and the race, as we knew it, has been cancelled. The awesome thing B2B organizers did was to make it virtual. Virtually weird. Virtually fun. Virtually B2B!

I don’t want to invent the tortilla. I am copying and pasting here what B2B has planned, and I also invite you to visit their page and register asap.

The race will be virtual from September 20 through October 2, 2020 virtually everywhere.

Here are some details directly from B2B:

Bay to Breakers originally started with the purpose of unifying a recovering San Francisco community after a devastating event. For the past 109 years, the Bay to Breakers race has done just that. Now in 2020, though we’ll meet virtually, we still want the athleticism, the funk, the wild, the FUN and the spirit of this race to shine and keep the tradition alive.

Whether you run, walk, or dance your way to the finish, we want to see your 12K journey. So dust off that old Halloween costume or use this time to make a new one and get ready to run! We’ll be accepting your results anytime between September 20 – October 2, 2020.

For all details, please go here: https://baytobreakers.enmotive.com/events/register/2020-virtual-bay-to-breakers

And to get some inspiration, here is a mini-video I created from 2016, click on it, watch it, like it and comment, please. Cheers! Salud B2B!

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