Here we grow again! You asked, and we’re pleased to provide a group registration rate for the ‘Recreational’ category for this year’s Coquitlam Crunch Diversity Challenge on Saturday, Sept. 8.
Get your friends, school mates, sports team, or work colleagues together and do the Crunch! We encourage you to wear your own team shirt with pride to identify your group, or order an event shirt to wear.
Group registration is a minimum of 10 and a maximum of 12 people.
Registration is $50 for 10 members + $5 for any additional members.
The Recreational category formally gets underway at 10 a.m. and is for those wanting to support the event, but go at their own pace up the Crunch trail. Even though you’ve opted to not complete in the Make It Or Break It 4-hour race, you have the option to still be bibbed, and time-chipped to see how long it takes you to go to the top and back — run your own race with your group to see which of you was the fastest with one loop. Anyone registered in this category can start at any time after 10 a.m. up to 1 p.m. and the circuit up and down the Crunch takes approximately 1 hour.
‘The Spot at the Top’ of the Crunch (a 2.2 km gradual climb) will offer a reprieve with a rest area and refreshments, and the lululemon cheering squad!
Register today and join in on the fun! There will be a beer garden sponsored by both Yellow Dog and Mariner Brewing waiting for you at the bottom opening at 11 a.m. and open until the event closes at 3 p.m.
The 2018 event is supported by New Earth Marketing, Sandpiper Signs & Decals, On Track Dental, Oddball Workshop Apparel, Joep Olthuis of Shutter Up & Shoot, The Tri-City News, Yellow Dog Brewing, Mariner Brewing, Magenta Printing & Imaging, City of Coquitlam, snapd Tri-Cities, Vancity, Body by Brandt, Rod Macbeth, Pasta Polo, Eagle Ridge Chevrolet Buick GMC, Coquitlam Chrysler, Optimum Family Chiropractic, Shaughnessy Veterinary Clinic, lululemon, Starbucks, Jurgen Kaminski, and Hydro Pop Event Services Inc.
Get a reminder by RSVPing at the Facebook event page.
The Coquitlam Crunch ‘Diversity’ Challenge is an annual event founded by Tri-City’s resident Alex Bell, which celebrates diversity and supports the Nothin’ Dragon Masters senior dragon boat team and their community programs, and the Coquitlam Foundation’s ‘Diversity’ Fund. The event started in 2010 and takes place at the Coquitlam Crunch hiking trail in B.C., Canada. The event started in 2010 and takes place at the Coquitlam Crunch hiking trail in B.C., Canada. The Challenge features a Stair Master competition; the Make It Or Break It 4-hour competition; and a Recreational category.