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Get Rucked Up 12/16

December 16, 2018 10:00 am - 1:00 pm

FREE Event Hosted by Vice City Ruckers

* This event is on Rain or Shine

Join us for an introductory ruck (walk with a weighted backpack or rucksack) along with some team building activities. Start and end will be at J. Wakefield Brewing. All attending Ruckers will enjoy $4 Core JWB beers after the ruck.

If you don’t have a ruck, we have loaner rucks available, just select “Loaner Ruck Needed” to reserve one when you register. All you will need to bring is water.

Not comfortable with the weighted backpack but still want to check it out? You can register to be a Shadow. With this option there is no weight required. You can just come out, walk with us, observe or jump in if you are comfortable, take pictures of the awesomeness and hang out.

Register here

During this ruck you will learn about the GORUCK community, their events and make some new friends in the process.

Let’s do this!

All skill levels are welcome! If you are new to rucking please visit:


J. Wakefield Brewing
120 NW 24th St.
Miami, FL 33127

Parking: Public street parking


* Rucksack, we recommend GORUCK-(
* Reflective band or PT belt on the ruck
* Hydration bladder filled with water (2L minimum)
* Snacks
* Comfortable Shoes
* Comfortable Clothes, (Think workout clothes)
* Headlamp (For night rucks)
* Ruck Weight (see below)
A good starting weight is 10-20lbs

About Vice City Ruckers
Vice City Ruckers is a South Florida training group and GORUCK ruck club that actively promotes rucking as a form of social fitness. We usually meet 3-4 times a month and cover anywhere from 3-15 miles.

What is Rucking?
Rucking is walking long distances with a weighted bag or rucksack. This is usually completed as a group, with an emphasis on teamwork. Interspersed are bouts of physical training. To learn more about rucking, visit

Who can participate?
Anyone! Beginner walkers to ultra-endurance athletes. Rucking is a great social activity for everyone. Please remember to bring water and a comfortable backpack. The weight can be old textbooks, bricks, a dumbbell, or even a weight plate. Be creative.