Convert your Kms to Beer (or Coffee) !!

Posted on March 26 2019

Convert your Kms to Beer (or Coffee) !!


Everybody likes a beer .... so we were thinking how can we make our running just a little bit more enjoyable?. 

We think we might have found the answer !

As members of the Gone Runners, and through the wonders of Bravera's technology you can now use the Kms you accumulate on Strava to earn yourself a well earned beer!. Simply run 20km and then enjoy a refreshing beer at Fineprint in either Central or in Tai Hang. Of course you could choose one of their famous Fineprint roasted coffees or a hot chocolate if you would prefer.

Most of you know Scottie Callaghan, himself a pretty mean runner and also the marvelous delights he has on offer in FinePrint. Simply enter the challenge (which is automatically linked to your Strava data) and go running ..... When you have completed the 20kms you get a QR Code. You can then retake the challenge immediately (but not automatically) and as many times as you like. 

Simply present the QR Code to the staff in Fineprint and they will give you your choice of Beer, Coffee or Hot Chocolate..... simples !!  

There is no limit on the number of times you can take the challenge .. 20km a day, 20k a week or 20k a month but ........ to reduce the risk of the club drinking Scottie dry, we will restrict one redemption per visit per day. Please note, you need to manually restart each challenge after each 20km is completed ... important to realize if you are expecting 5 beers for completing HK100 :-)

To help use up accumulated QR codes each month we will organise, a club social at FinePrint and there you can use any accumulated QR codes.... 


Join the Gone Runners here :  

20km per month is enough to recover the club membership fee !!.... how good is that !


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