WHAT IS QUADZILLA?

Quadzilla is pure guts. It will test your limits.

This is a trail race: there are hills, rocks, roots, and water. You think you’ve run hills … until Quadzilla. This course is a BEAST! It will take you to the middle of nowhere and back. It will test your spirit, try your patience, and keep throwing a curve ball at you again and again.

Quadzilla is relentless. And just when you think it’s over, there’s more.

When you run Quadzilla you join an exclusive group of runners who have pushed their limits and tamed the beast. Quadzilla will beat you up. You’ll get three aid stations along the way and a sweeper who keeps on pace for the three hour cut-off. If you stay ahead of the pacer you’ll be fine. If you fall behind you’ll get a DNF. No exceptions.

These are the rules. Love ’em or leave ’em.

Along the way you will be treated to fresh-cut watermelon at aid stations 2 & 3. Watermelon contains 92% water and is a highly portable taste of goodness in a hot, July race.

WHAT QUADZILLA IS NOT:

 

If you are looking for your very first trail race experience Quadzilla is NOT for you.

You won’t find music or bands along the course, or at the start or finish for that matter. If you want music go run a Rock ‘n’ Roll race somewhere.

No one is going to be stringing a race medal around your neck when you cross the finish line.

We are trail runners. We wear our scabs and race wounds as our medals and we are proud of them.

Quadzilla is not easy. Most runners will not return the following year.

You aren’t going to get nice little training emails reminding you what to do and when. No one is going to hold your hand.

Quadzilla is not for sissies.

IF YOU’RE STILL INTRIGUED SIGN UP AND EARN THE RIGHT TO SAY, “I EAT HILLS FOR BREAKFAST”!