What does the Race Map look like? And how does the race work?
The race map provided at Racer Check-in is a topographical map at a scale of approximately 1:35,000. The Checkpoints will be pre-plotted. You will choose your route, reaching as many of the Checkpoints as you can, in any order. A compass is not required, but you are certainly free to use one. Checkpoint Flags will be located at trail intersections or along a trail. Each Checkpoint will have a unique “punch” that you will stamp on your “Passport”. Click Here for a map of the area you will be racing in.
The map below is a sample map of Moab’s Slick Rock Trails and is similar to the map you will get for the race (The race map will be larger, 18×24). Feel free to print and use this as a training exercise. Click on the map below for a 8.5″ x 11″ pdf map.
Sample Map (This is not the actual course)
- An amazing adventure course!
- Pre-plotted Course Map & Race Passport
- Hi-Tec Performance Event Shirt
- Custom Finishers Medal (Doubles as a Bottle Opener).
- Finish Line Food & Refreshments
Courses & Divisions
Choose the 50 Mile Course, or the 20 Mile Course
- Solo Male
- Solo Female
See “The Race” page for specific gear requirements.
Who Can Race?
The Moab Epic is designed for anyone interested in experiencing an epic outdoor adventure…who can meet the physical demands of biking up to 20, or 50+ miles or up to 3-8 hours. The course has a wide variety of terrain. Single Track Trails, Slick Rock, and Jeep Roads, all with varying degrees of difficulty from beginner to advanced.
Each course is as hard as you want to make it. You reach as many of the Checkpoints as you want, in any order. Take it easy and reach only a few, or race hard to try to reach them all in under 8 hours (5 hours for the 20 mile course).
What age do I have to be to sign up?
You must be 18+ to race the 50 mile course. 16+ to race the 20 mile course.
Minors who race with a parent, and stay together: 16+ for the 50 mile course, 14+ for the 20 mile course.
Do I have to know how to navigate by map and compass?
A topo map is provided with pre-plotted Checkpoints. You should feel comfortable choosing a route using the map as your guide. A compass is not required, but you are certainly free to use one.
Is GPS allowed?
Yes. We will allow a GPS but you should be comfortable navigating with a topo map.
What does it cost?
There are various early registration pricing levels. See “The Race” page for details.
What is the registration deadline?
Before the race is sold out. Register early and save. Registration is now open.
What is the cancellation policy?
There are No Refunds but you do have a few options. See our “Cancellation” page for details.
Still have questions?
If you’ve got a question that isn’t answered on this page send us an email from our “Contact” page.