THIS IS NOW A VIRTUAL RUN DUE TO COVID-19! IGNORE BELOW INFORMATION.
This is our 4th annual family tradition that we are happy to share with you again. Choose either the 5K or 10K run/walk or our newly added Crazy Wheels option. Proceeds from the run will benefit two local charities: Kids Across Cultures and Helping Hands for Hico. REGISTRATION & PACKET PICK-UP:Register here online, through 4/23, at www.runsignup.com/flacascleanrunRegister by 4/13 to guarantee a t-shirt!Day-of registration, and packet pick-up, will be 4/25, between 7:30am-8:45am, at Flacas Fitness & Brews, 110 N Pecan, Hico, TX.5K or 10K RUN/WALK: Both are chip timed races, timed by Pro-Fit Race Timing!$30 for Adults$15 ages 14-18$10 ages 13 & under After 4/1, add $5 to feesYour registration includes: T-shirt (if registered by 4/13), SWAG bag, participant medal, and post-race refreshments including free breakfast tacos and beer (21+ years old)! CRAZY WHEELS RIDE:$20 for Adults$10 ages 14-18$5 ages 13 & underYour registration includes a T-shirt (if registered by 4/13).Crazy Wheels is a non-timed just-for-fun ride. Ride our 5K route on any non-motorized wheels of your choice - skateboard, bike, scooter, rollerblades, and such. Dress up yourself and your wheels and have fun! Entries will be judged and the one deemed Craziest Wheels will win a prize. STRETCH RAFFLE:For the runners, we will have a stretch raffle where you get lots of chances to win great prizes from local merchants. You can select which prizes you want to try for! Buy your tickets the morning of the run. We will draw winners as soon as both races have concluded. -------------
GOTTA LOVE GRAVEL:We’ve added a gravel ride in conjunction with the Flacas Clean H2O Run 5K/10K! Distances will be approximately 30, 50, and 65 miles. Each participant will receive a Gotta Love Gravel neck gaiter! The gravel ride starts & finishes at Flacas Fitness & Brews. Ride starts at 8:30am. After your ride, take your bib number to Flacas Fitness & Brews for two free street tacos and a complimentary cup of beer (21+)! ** GOTTA LOVE GRAVEL IS AN UNSUPPORTED RIDE ** Bring your own supplies and make your own arrangements in case you need assistance. Children under age 16 riding the course must be accompanied by an adult.REFER YOUR FRIENDS:Share our event with your friends and enjoy the day together! Each registrant will receive a unique code after registering. Share this on social media! If you get four friends to register using your unique code, you'll receive $20 back from your fee. PLEASE DONATE!:We have lowered the registration fee so that more people can participate. And to encourage you to make a donation to either Kids Across Cultures or Helping Hands of Hico (or both!) The purpose of our run is to raise money for these great charities who focus on improving the lives of people locally and around the world. KAC and H3 will receive the proceeds from the run. And your additional donations can help that impact reach even farther. Last year we raised $2,700 and we hope you'll help us break that record! Donate with your online registration or bring a check to the event. ** When you donate, you can earn neat prizes! More details coming soon. * Kids Across Cultures is based in Dublin, Texas, and provides educational, medical, community, and clean water support to families and villages in need around the world. So many children and families still do not have access to clean drinking water and KAC is working to change that. In the last two years they have distributed over 6,500 ceramic water filters so that families can drink clean water and be healthier. This work is in partnership with the communities so that other needs, both short-term and long-term, can be identified and met. KAC is helping in China, Cambodia, Myanmar, and Mexico. KAC also assists Texas communities, such as providing new school supplies after Hurricane Harvey or helping with youth programs in inner city Dallas. * Helping Hands of Hico, known as H3, is comprised of Hico citizens and businesses who have banded together to help others with small needs in the areas of transportation, food boxes, local repairs, and utility assistance.