When you’re not happy about capitalism’s hold on the running market, you will take any opportunity to find a good run that will reduce the costs on the races Run Free is one of those runs.
In comparison to the flash and budgets of other running events, Run Free was considered a little more low-key, but still retained the quality and showed the work that other runs have.
Perhaps the minimalism of the run helped, because more work was done to show off the dedication the organisers put in for the event. The route was well marked out for runners, the water stations was adequate and everyone got through the run fuss free and without much trouble.
The race village held afterwards was also relatively enjoyable for all. Runners only bought what they wanted and had more fun chatting with the organizers, who were less behind the scenes and more likely out and about working hard to make sure the run was organized nicely.