Race Details:

Presented By: Trans-Sylvania Productions

Rattling Creek Run 50K/25K/10K*

We're excited to bring this race to Pennsylvania and the surrounding trail communities.  This will be the same routes that we host the Rattling MTB Marathon on, which has been going on since 2011.  We know you will enjoy this as much as the mountain bikers do.  

You will get to expereince a little bit of everything on this route.  Starting off with a long climb, then into the single track trails where you will encouter some rock gardens and then crossing Rattling Creek.  The 50K route will get to cross this twice.  The rest of the way you will experience some gravel roads to connect trails, along with more rocks and a final decent to the finish.  

*10K News.  Long story short, we are limited at 200 racers for 2022, which is less then we've done before.  Because of this, we are opening the 50K/25K registration first.  We will open a waitlist for the 10K course.  We will give the 50K/25K courses till the end of January before we add racers from the 10K waitlist into the race.  You would not be charged by getting on the waitlist.  When we add racers from the 10K waitlist, we will do this on a first come first serve basis.  So getting on the waitlist just gets you in line.  We will also send an email out to make sure you are still interested before we'd add you into the race.

 

Routes

50K Course https://ridewithgps.com/routes/31509556

25K Course https://ridewithgps.com/routes/31509575

10K Course https://ridewithgps.com/routes/32051052

 

Race Day Schedule

  6:15 AM - Registration OPENS

  7:30 AM - Registration CLOSES

  7:45 AM - Pre-race Meeting At Start

  8:00 AM - 50K/25K/10K RACES START

  9:30 AM - 10K Course Awards

10:30 AM - Post Race Meal Starts (Meal TBD)

11:30 AM - 25K Course Awards

 2:00 PM - 50K Course Awards

 

Included With Registration


Well marked course
Stocked Aid Stations
Event Shirt (If registered by 3/20/2021)
Post Race Meal
Finisher medal
Awards For Top-3 In Each Distance
Medals For Top-3 In Each Age Group


 

Make sure you check out our website for more race information -- www.trans-sylvaniaproductions.com/rcr

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