July 26th, 2014 1030 am
The event is open to everyone over the age of 12. No qualifying is required.
Run – Bike – Run – Bike
The course runs through trees, over obstacles, through water, sand, dirt and mud.
The run course is 2 miles and the bike course is 5 miles. You will complete two laps on each discipline. When the pain sets in, you will have run approximately 6.2 miles and biked 20 miles. The run course will be marked in Red and the bike course will be marked in Blue.
Anything you are willing to get wet, muddy, blood-stained or torn to shreds!
Mountain bikes are recommended, but cyclo-cross bikes are permitted. There are areas of the course that will favor each type of bike. The bike course may include a river crossing so plan accordingly.
Helmets are required and must be buckled before leaving the transition area. Anyone competing in the bike legs without a helmet will be disqualified.
The race consists of four legs
- Leg One - Two laps on the run course (3.1 miles)
- Leg Two - Two laps on the bike course (10 miles)
- Leg Three - Two laps on the run course (3.1miles)
- Leg Four - Two laps on the bike course (10 miles)
Individuals will complete all four legs of the race, but must alternate legs in the same order as teams (run-bike-run-bike)
Teams will consist of two members. Teams may divide up the four legs among their teammates how they choose, however, each leg must completed by one team member, and completed in proper sequence (run-bike-run-bike).
Transition setup available from 830am – 930am
Only registered athletes will be permitted in the transition area. Athletes will be required to show bibs to enter the area. Bike racks will be provided. Each athlete will select a spot on a first come first served basis only after completing registration and packet pickup.
Aid Feed/Water Stations
One station will be available on the run course and one in the transition area. Only one aid stations will be available on the bike course. Water, Powerade, GU and Clifbars will be provided at each station. Bike aid stations will include bike repair tools, but racers must complete their own repairs.
Each athlete must be present and have photo ID for packet pickup.
All athletes will be required to attend the “How to get Hurt” pre-race meeting.
Course Cut Off
The race will end promptly at 230pm. Any athletes still on course will must abandon the course and return immediately to the finish area.
All finishers will receive a finisher’s mug and a certificate for one free beer or root beer provided by Roosters Brewing Company.
Awards will be presented to the following first place winners only. (No second, third place or age categories will be awarded.)
- Women’s Individual
- Men’s Individual
- Women’s Relay
- Men’s Relay
- Mixed Relay
- Corporate (shop) Challenge
Awards Ceremony will be held at 2:30pm in the Festival area. (Time is subject to change).
Select vendors will be onsite and food and drinks will be available for purchase during and after the race.
Medical support will be provided by Intermountain McKay-Dee Hospital and Ogden City Fire Department.