We believe in challenges that fully support YOU. Our motto is Everyone Challenged, Everyone Included, Everyone Successful.
This means we will take care of you from start to finish.
Choose one or more of our virtual fitness challenges to Make FIT Happen in your life!
The Run The Edge Difference
There is no other virtual event company like us and it shows in everything we do!
No Extra Charges
-> We do not charge you ticketing or processing fees.
-> We exchange shirts for free. No need to pay us extra for re-stocking or shipping. We just want you to have the right size.
-> If your package is lost or damaged in the mail, we send you a new one at no extra charge.
-> Our challenges last all year long and we support them all year long.
-> You can always email us and get a timely reply.
-> Access a built-in community of fellow participants for encouragement when you need it most.
Best In Class
-> We do not produce challenges in volume. We produce high-quality events with products and concepts that take all year to create.
-> Our medals and shirts are produced by local/domestic vendors we have worked with since day one.
-> We are a small team of 5 but this is our passion! We love what we do and it shows.
6 Years In The Running!
RUN, WALKED, BIKED, TREADMILLED, LIMPED, CRAWLED...APPROXIMATELY
What Is A Virtual Challenge?
GET FIT ON YOUR TIME. A virtual fitness challenge can be completed anywhere, at anytime, by anyone. Our virtual fitness challenges are more than a one-day virtual race. They are designed to keep you moving over a long period of time. All of our challenges include access to motivational online communities, tools to track your mileage, and health and fitness material to help you on your journey.
Join the virtual fitness community that FEELS LIKE FAMILY. Get a taste of all things Run The Edge in our blog Musings From The Edge...
Run The Edge has literally been my lifesaver and motivator since the sudden and unexpected death of my husband while triathlon training in August 2016. We did Sprint triathlons together and after his death, I stopped all exercise…until I found Run The Year 2017 with my sister as a team. Slowly Run the Year brought me back, then Amerithon, then Run the Year 2018, 2019, 2020, and the unparalleled Un-Canceled Project. The RTE Team is inspiring and motivating (and dare I say hilarious in their videos?). The programs are creative and fun. Their videos for Celebrations and Amerithon are just great—they make me grin every time. Most of all, it is the RTE Team that keeps me in their fold: They have HEART. They are caring and want everyone to get out there and walk, run, exercise at any distance, in any way. They answer emails, solve technical problems, are there for support. Always. I am so grateful for the RTE Team and all they have done for me and RTE participants.
I found Run the Edge in late 2014, about 10 months into my running journey, when a friend suggested we sign up as a team for Run the Year 2015 and I’m grateful they did. I was new to running and was able to learn and become a better runner from reading everyone’s posts in the challenge’s Facebook group. Over the years since 2015 I have become friends, in person and online, with some amazing people including the team at Run the Edge who have welcomed my wife and I to their office’s multiple times. To date I have done every Run the Year challenge, The Amerithon Challenge, and most recently their Un-Canceled Projects.
Thank you Tim, Adam, Briana, Mimi, and Kelsey for creating these challenges!!!
Run The Edge and Run the Year have caused me all kinds of issues! Instead of enjoying lazy weekends, I now feel compelled to be more active and find myself running races. I now have difficulty finding even the slightest bit of time to be lazy because I'm too busy meeting mileage goals. Instead of "vegging" on the couch I now find myself engaged in meaningful online discussions about running shoes, heart rates, upcoming races, PRs, compression socks, and a myriad of other running-related topics. I have surely disappointed the junk food manufacturers because my junk food intake has so significantly decreased. And the final "issue" is that I am at a total loss for words because I cannot describe how wonderful it is to find myself surrounded by so many supportive people, many of whom are now among my closest of friends. Yes, Run the Edge and Run the Year have caused me numerous issues! And I love them for it!!!