Get Out and Stay Out!

Prepare to get dirty for the Out-Fit Challenge Mud Run, Saturday, June 21, 2014.


The Out-Fit Challenge isa LGBT 5K cross-country trail mud run that features over 15 military style obstacles that include various elements such as mud, water and ice throughout the course including  the “Cherry Pickers,” “Is that Mud in Your Pants” and “Hello Sailor.” At the end of the obstacle course, participants (and spectators) enjoy post-race festivities and an official after party. The event is to benefit the LGBT Family Equality cause, although both straight and LGBT individuals are encouraged to attend in order to show support. Tickets to participate in the events begin at $55 per person with group discount provided. Registrants can sign up to participate at

Where:  The event will be taking place at Tuxedo Ridge Ski Resort, 581 Route 17A West, Tuxedo, New York 10987. Out-Fit Challenge will run shuttle buses from New York City to Tuxedo Ridge throughout the day.


When: The event will take place on Saturday June 21st 2014 from 9am to 5pm with race waves beginning every 20 minutes. Attendees can go through as many times as they would like.


Why: This event is to benefit Gay family equality. It is a NYC Gay Pride sanctioned event. A portion of all proceeds to benefit Family Equality Council to aid national and local charities that are making a significant difference in the lives of LGBT individuals and families.


"It's amazing to watch Out-Fit Challenge and our mission begin to branch out," says Founder and CEO of Out-Fit Challenge, Tory Fitzgerald. "I created this organization in the hopes that it could bring together people from opposite ends of the spectrum for one cause, and Out-Fit Challenge has definitely accomplished this. It has grown to extraordinary levels of participation, and we can’t wait to see the turnout in other cities as well."


So bring on the mud, bring on the fun, and bring on equality! Stay tuned for Out-Fit Challenge Mud Runs to come to Reno, Boston, and San Francisco for themed runs.



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