June 7–9, 2024
Length: 12-Hour and 8-Hour Race Weekend
Tennessee is the perfect backdrop for an Adventure Race during the summer. A 30-mile MTB trail system has earned the reputation of having one of the premier mountain biking trail systems in the southeastern United States. This race is perfect for new teams as well as challenging Course designer Josh Braun has produced a very challenging course for veteran teams as well as a limited rogaine format for new teams with very straightforward navigation and many choices to pick your own distances. This year's race will have a flat water paddle and will not include any whitewater rafting. the new start and finish location is right on Lake Ocoee at the YMCA Camp Ocoee. We have rented out the entire complex for this event and it will make for a great adventure weekend.
2024 Race Pricing
Race Only (No Lodging)
One Race – $200 per racer Both Races – $350 for both races. Includes: one shirt and one finisher medal
Full (3 nights) Package Deal – $450
Includes: Friday night dinner and stay in lodge with bed and shower, Saturday race with dinner. Saturday night stay in lodge. Sunday race and dinner. Sunday night stay in lodge.
2-Night 2-Race Package Deal – $400
Includes: Friday night dinner and stay in lodge with bed and shower, Saturday race with dinner. Saturday night stay in lodge. Sunday race and dinner.
2-Night 2-Race Package deal – $400
Includes: Saturday race, Saturday night dinner and stay in lodge with bed and shower. Sunday race and dinner. Sunday night stay in lodge.
2-Night 1-Race Package deal – $300
Includes: Friday night dinner and stay in lodge with bed and shower, Saturday race with dinner. Saturday night stay in lodge.
2-Night 1-Race Package deal– $300
Includes: Saturday night dinner and stay in lodge with bed and shower. Sunday race and dinner. Sunday night stay in lodge.
Extra meal tickets are $25 if not included in the race purchase. Tent camping and overland vehicle camping are free. No RVs or campers. Vehicles must fit in a standard parking space. Limited electricity and no guarantee.
Important Registration Dates
Registration Opens: 2/9/24
Check-in starts at 6:00am with instructions and (pre-plotted) map followed by a pre-race meeting at 7:30am. Race start at 8:00am with Finish at 8:00pm.
All teammates must be present to check-in and receive instructions. The later you are the shorter the time to prepare.
There will be a bearing course added to this year's race so your team will need to have a basic understanding of how to shoot a bearing and count steps. We supply canoes, paddles, and PFDs for both the whitewater and canoeing sections.
Teams will be allowed to bring their own paddle gear; however, they must be in a paddle bag.
Water and snacks will be provided at every TA; however, they are not guaranteed so bring water purification tablets. There will be many stores along the route for refueling. After the first night, tents will be set up at TAs for team rest.
Race Includes T-shirt, race Medals, awards, food and drink during the race, awards for each division, and dinner at the end of the race. Spectator maps for guests will be available at race headquarters and online after the race starts. Families and spectators are not allowed to help, supply food or assist teams in any way during the race.
In order to speed up the check-in process on race day, please download and fill in the ARGeorgia Liability Waiver for each team member, and bring to the race with you to check-in.
Rules List is required for review and a copy is to be carried during all races.
Mandatory Gear List required for review and to be carried during all races.
Withdrawals & Cancellation
1st through 3rd place in the following divisions:
• Coed (Any)
• Open (Any)
• Solo Male
• Solo Female
• Masters Solo Male (50+)
• Masters Solo Female (50+)
• Masters Team (All team members must be 50+)
• The Youngest Racer
• Operations on National Forest System lands are authorized under special use permit by the
Chattahoochee-Oconee National Forest.
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