2020 A New Decade of Racing Monthly Challenge - January medal & Frame
Regular entry price
Celebrate a brand-new decade of fitness by setting yourself a monthly challenge to complete 25, 50 and 100 km or miles throughout January and every month of 2020.
You can choose a different distance each month.
You can run, walk, swim or cycle the distance and you have between the 1st and last day of every month to complete. You absolutely CAN mix disciplines and include steps if you wish to.
This first registration is to receive January’s medal and the beautiful frame to display your new decade of racing.
Once you have completed your January distance you will receive your medal (worth £8) and this amazing frame to display this and future months medals in.
Imagine – by DECEMBER 2020 you will have the most beautiful framed (and entirely bespoke to your distances) piece of ARTWORK to display your brand-new decade of racing. Frame size is 52x32cm
The gold foil writing within the frame truly sets off the look of each beautiful monthly medal.
Please note image of all medals is to show what they look like. This entry is for January medal and the frame only.
Every month thereafter it is just £8 to receive your monthly distance medal and every medal will include a disc insert displaying 25, 50 or 100 to reflect your distance achieved.
These medals can easily be detached from their ribbon to comfortably sit inside the frame and at the end of 2020 you will have a beautiful display frame that contains 12 medals and together they create the year – 2020.
Your challenge will be made up from multiple sessions to achieve the 25, 50, 100 mile or km distance. And these distances can be used to claim other monthly challenges.
Here at Virtual Racing UK we will always try to be flexible regarding requests to change distances but subsequent changes can lead to a delay in posting your medal and sadly we can't amend distances once your have submitted your proof.
Want to make this a Christmas gift?
Select that option and we will post a gift card explaining the challenge to the address used as the shipping address at checkout.