Hooter's girls love when the Rally comes to town and the crew at Long Beach is super hot—we highly recommend a visit when you're in the area. Photo: Steindler
Cali Rally: Checkpoint Challenge #3
Hooters Girl Sexy Faux-Beer Relay Race
Long Beach, California
Ever dreamed of being a Hooters Girl? Yeah, we do too, but carrying those trays and serving all that beer in that hot, skimpy Hooters outfits looks hard! And guess what, it is! You can't be any punk off the street—being a Hooters girl is tough!
We decided to find out just how tough it is at the first annual "Hooters Girls Sexy Faux-Beer Relay Race"!
The challenge was this: The teams had to eat six wings, put on a wet Hooters shirt, carry two full glasses of water on a tray around the whole restaurant, and fill up a bucket. The first team to fill their bucket wins…
Chris' co-host for the day, Melinda—hot hot hot. Photo: Steindler
This was by far the gayest challenge on the 2010 Cali Rally. You had to eat some wings, hula-hoop, put on a wet t-shirt, and run with food. Photo: Steindler
Ergo's Brandon Buckley is making a good run for MVP this year, with Ergo's win at Hooter's, they're suddenly looking like contenders. Photo: Steindler
Team Rusty's Miles Smith takes an early lead while last year's Cali Rally MVP, Josh Hoyer chases—both teams lost, but at least they gave waitressing a shot. Photo: Steindler
Miraculously, nobody barfed after scarfing all the 911 wings. Photo: Steindler
The red hot 911 wings don't go down that easy... Photo: Steindler
Hoyer and Hammonds from team Analog strategize, pre-checkpoint challenge. Photo: Steindler
Analog's Scotty Hammonds eats a mouthful of 911 wings and wishes he were at a Charger's game instead of shirtless in the Long Beach Hooter's. Photo: Steindler
Bigg Saffa's like Damien Fahrenfort can hula-hoop too! How hot is that Hooter's girl in the background? Photo: Steindler
The underdogs win 1000 points! Team Ergo is gaining strength. Nice tattoo Buck Naked… Photo: Steindler
Cali Rally co-founder Chris Coté explains the Hooters Challenge rules, as the exhausted teams zone out… Photo: Steindler
Watch out Santa Cruz, we're coming in hot… Photo: Steindler
Cali Rally group shot… the girl Chris is hanging onto doesn't look too hyped does she? As usual, Adam Virs looks like he means business. Photo: Steindler
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WTF? The TransWorld SURF Cali Rally is an annual scavenger hunt style race from San Diego to Santa Cruz. Featuring four teams of four surfers, each team gets a list of "challenges" that they must complete to earn points that go towards their overall Cali Rally point total. Along the way, teams must compete in four "Checkpoint Challenges" that range from shirtless paintball wars to tandem BMX races. Checkpoint Challenges are worth 1,000 points each. Extra points are awarded at the discretion of TransWorld SURF and can be earned for various feats including broken bones, heroic acts of courage, and making out with old ladies. Previous winning teams include Analog (2009) and Billabong (2008).