Race Details:

Presented By: Trans-Sylvania Productions

Rattling Epic
Come race an IMBA Epic!

50K and 25K endurance mtb rassin

(Rattling Creek was named an IMBA Epic in 2011)


- Promoter reserves right to make changes as needed to protect trails, improve the event and for pretty much any other reason he/she deems necessary.
- Event is Shine or Rain - Rain conditions may result in course alterations to protect trails where warranted. 
- DAY OF Registration is available if race is not sold out. Fees increase +$10 approx 1 week in advance

Refunds, Transfers, Deferrals

Once registered there are NO refunds
If race sells out (which is has the last three years), we will consider a transfer or deferral if we have someone on a waitlist with a $10 fee.
WE STRONGLY ENCOURAGE YOU TO PURCHASE THE RACE INSURANCE THAT IS OFFERED FROM THE REGISTRATION SITE.  This covers the good majority of reasons we get from emails as to why a racer is not able to race.



Long Course (50K) https://ridewithgps.com/routes/30944940

Short Course (25K) https://ridewithgps.com/routes/30969664


Race Day Schedule

 8:00 AM -- Registration Opens

 9:30 AM -- Registration Closes

 9:45 AM -- Racer Meeting At Start

10:00 AM -- RACE START

12:00 PM -- Post Race Meal Begins

12:15 PM -- Short Course Awards

  1:30 PM -- Long Course Awards


Included With Registration

Well marked course
Stocked Aid Stations
Event Shirt (If registered by 3/20/2021)
Post Race Meal
Awards For Top-3 In Each Category

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


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