THIS EVENT HAS BEEN CANCELLED
Hello to all Mueller runners!
Currently, Colorado has restrictions on large events and it’s unlikely that will change by race day. Given the current restrictions in place, and the prediction of a slow opening, we have decided to cancel the Mueller Marathon. We understand that large group gatherings need to be put on hold temporarily. We’ll be back to hosting events soon enough! For registered runners, here are your two options:
Option 1: Transfer 100% of your fees to another Mad Moose Event. This includes the sold out Bears Ears Ultra on June 27th. You will need to cancel your registration on UltraSignup. You can do this by editing your registration through UltraSignup. You can access the cancel option in your registration history on UltraSignup. If you have an account on UltraSignup, the credit will automatically apply when you register for another of our events. Your credit will be good for one year. This means that you can register for any event we have open for registration, including events that are hosted beyond June 2021. You do not have to choose an event immediately.
Option 2: Choose to run one of our other races virtually. We are expecting Pikes Peak Ultra to be canceled in the next few weeks so it’ll have a virtual option. You can run any course, at your chosen race distance, at any time before July 31st, 2020. You do not have to run the actual race course. You can run from anywhere. Have a chance to run the first ever Pikes Peak Ultra Virtual Race. Show your support for a great community event. If you choose this option, we will send swag for the event your way! To have your time included in the results, report them to us using the Google Form on our website.
Please send us an email, at email@example.com, if you need assistance. If you’re looking for information about how we are handling registrations during this time, please see our website.
Thanks for your continued support and understanding. We wish you all the very best.
Mad Moose Events
Mueller State Park is set in Divide, CO and is home to over 5,000 acres of meadow lands, fed by natural springs, surrounded by forested ridges. Big horn sheep use a part of the park as their calving grounds. Runners will find remnants of old homesteads along side the smooth rolling trails, and spot large rocks made of Pikes Peak granite throughout the park.
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See our website at madmooseevents.com for more details.