Baehr Challenge

 
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10th Annual Baehr Challenge Obstacle Course Race

Come experience the POWER OF TEN!

We invite you to be a part of the Baehr Challenge, help us to celebrate the Power of 10 and make a difference for people living with Parkinson’s and their families. The Baehr Challenge has grown from a few family and friends participating in a morning of fitness in a local public park to hundreds of people (including people with Parkinson’s) taking the challenge to compete in an obstacle course race.

We’ve discovered along the way that it’s not how fast you can run/walk and complete the obstacles. It’s about how many people can you help take the challenge along the way. It’s about a smile, a handshake, a pat on the back and a word of encouragement. We celebrate YOU and the Power of 10 years of family, friends and fun.

The Baehr Challenge is one of the top Team Fox events in the Southwest and has raised more than $158,000 since its inception in 2010 thanks to your continued support and participation. Our goal is to raise $42,000 this year to reach a total of $200,000 donated to fund scientific research for better treatments and a cure. YOU can help us reach our goal by registering for the 10th Annual Baehr Challenge Obstacle Course Celebration, inviting 10 family/friends to join your team, buy 10 raffle tickets, make a $10 donation, invite your family/friends to make a $10 donation

Click here to make a tax deductible donation directly to Team Fox, the fitness affiliate of the Michael J. Fox Foundation.

The Baehr Challenge consists of teams of 2 or more participating in a staggered-start obstacle course designed for all fitness levels and all ages including individuals, families and people with Parkinson’s. Crawl through tubes and a spider web, over walls, under nets, balance across a bridge, climb a hay bale mountain, jump over hay bales and maneuver an inflatable with your family and friends in a morning you will never forget.


Don’t Miss Out on This Family Event

When: Saturday, April 13, 2019
What Time: Registration Check-in at 8AM * Event 9AM to 12 Noon
Where: Aviano Park at Desert Ridge (behind the Clubhouse) 22500 North Aviano Way, Phoenix, AZ 85050
How to Get There: Click here for a map.


Registration Fees

– Free for Children 5 and under
– $20 for Students ages 6 to 17
– $30 for People with Parkinson’s
– $40 for Adults and increases to
– $50 for Adults on day of event
(Online registration ends at midnight on Thursday, April 11, 2019)

Recruit your team, design your crazy team costumes and compete to win a prize for the most outrageous costume.


The Obstacle Course Race Event Features

 

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  • • Pancake breakfast ($5 per person donation appreciated)
  • • Live music
  • • Fun zone
  • • Costume prizes
  • • 50/50 raffle
  • • Individual and team photos
  • • Complimentary bottled water

Mama Baehr says please remember to bring your own shade canopy, chair and/or blanket to sit on, sunscreen, hat, sunglasses, lip balm, water, snacks, $ to purchase 50/50 raffle tickets and food and be prepared to have a morning of fun you will never forget.

Save time at registration check-in! Click here to download the Liability Waiver form and bring the signed form with you to registration check-in on event day.

Please note that participants under the age of 18 must be accompanied by a parent or guardian and the Liability Waiver form must be signed by a parent or guardian at the event in order to participate.

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Click here to see photos of past events.

How You Can Volunteer

We could use your help on event day with setup, traffic directors, greeters, check-in, raffle tickets, autograph banner, race starters, ice/drink patrol, retail sales, cleanup and takedown. We can’t make the event successful without your help.

1) Click here to volunteer.
2) Review the options listed and choose the spot(s) you like.
3) Sign up! It’s Easy – you will NOT need to register an account or keep a password on SignUp.com.

Note: SignUp.com does not share your email address with anyone.
 
Thanks for your support.
 
The Brian Baehr Family

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