RAIDx is back, and for the second year in a row they’re planning an urban adventure challenge for participants to explore the city as they race to hit the most checkpoints!
From May 28th to June 13th, RAIDx is planning multiple adventure challenges all over the city for only $15 per person. This Covid-19 friendly activity allows participants to pick when and where they want to start, while choosing their own route to complete each checkpoint. So grab your most adventurous friend and get to racing!
This adventure seeking group was created when the pandemic first begun and they realized their passion for competition could go fully virtual! RAIDx has created the future of adventure racing. Their mission is to keep people active through discovery and adventure while giving them a strong sense of community.
Cycling Adventure Challenge
RAIDx Cycling Challenge is designed to take each team of two across the West side of Toronto on a cycling course. The challenge starts anytime between May 28th and June 6th, with a chance to win $200 to your favourite local businesses. RAIDx mini challenge prizes include, $100 for the first to finish the course, $100 for the first to find the secret checkpoint, $50 for the best group photo and $50 for the best team name.
After registering, download the RAIDx app and you’ll be able to view the exact location of each checkpoint. This app is your map, and each participant has a 3-hour time limit with a total of 30 checkpoints. This is the perfect activity for all you competition hungry Torontonians!
Running Adventure Challenge
The RAIDx Running Challenge is designed to take each team of two through the exciting trails of High Park. The challenge starts anytime between June 4th to June 13th and includes the same prizes as the Cycling Adventure Challenge!
The exact location of each checkpoint will be in the RAIDx app after registration and each participant has a 1-hour time limit with a total of 30 checkpoints. This is for you runners, it’s time to put all that practise from ActiveTo to good use!