So many of the events that usually make up our endurance racing calendars and spur on our training have been put on hold for now. But, we know Strava athletes around the world are still putting in some incredible efforts all on their own. Whether a big month of 300km is your norm or something entirely new that you want to push toward, this challenge is meant to celebrate those long, consistent efforts. Stay healthy, be safe, and enjoy!
Athletes who complete the challenge will receive a digital finisher's badge in their Trophy Case.
The Challenge starts and ends based on each runner's local time zone.
All activities logged during the Challenge period must be uploaded to Strava no later than three days after the Challenge ends.
We expect all athletes to honor the Strava Strava Community Standards, which includes abiding by all health advisements and restrictions in your area prior to undertaking any physical activity.
With this in mind, GPS, manual entries, virtual activities and treadmill workouts will count toward this challenge. Many of you take a lot of well-deserved pride in your challenge accomplishments, and we want to help you stay motivated even if you aren't able to get outside as you normally would. There's never been a better time for us to make indoor activities count toward challenges, and so we're happy to respond to this long-standing request.
Activity privacy settings must be marked "Everyone" to count towards the Challenge goal.
We expect all athletes to honor the Strava Community Standards, which includes abiding by all health advisements and restrictions in your area prior to undertaking any physical activity.
If you are located in an area that does not allow outdoor activity, you may not participate except by means of virtual or indoor activity (i.e., treadmill run). Please see our blog with information about exercising during a pandemic.