1. Eyes must be closed during a picture when wearing team shirt.
2. Running is optional at a KBFR sanctioned event; however the drinking of beverages is required (beer is often our favorite drink of choice).
3. Each Tuesday run must begin with a “Freedom” roar, and end with high-fives.
4. The honored runner must drink from the Tim Biggs Memorial Chalice on his/her night.
5. The speech for the honored runner must be given by the previous week’s honoree.
6. The Golden Fanny Pack will be given to the MVP of the race. There is no stated criteria other than the person must be worthy of the title and be wearing the KBFR shirt. Upon winning, the person must place two beers in the fanny pack and wear it during the next race. The pack will then be passed on to the next MVP in a ceremony where two said beers are imbibed while on one knee.
7. The Spirit Pack will be awarded to the person exhibiting the most spirit for a race. Again, there is no stated criteria other than the person must be worthy of the title and be wearing the KBFR shirt. Upon winning, the person must place two “spirit beverages” in the fanny pack and wear it during the next race. The pack will then be passed on to the next Spirit winner in a ceremony where two said beverages are imbibed while on one knee.
8. If anyone asks who Kier Byrnes is, the response is “The late Kier Byrnes? He was a great guy” and leave it at that. Let the person interpret it however they want as technically, this answer is true. a) Kier is frequently late, and b) he was a great guy (but he’s more of a big pain in the ass lately).
Remember, it’s not about who finishes the race first; it’s about who has the most fun!