Saturday, Sep 28, 2019
This Event Took Place Sat. Sep 28, 2019

Cancelled Event

THIS EVENT HAS BEEN CANCELLED

Cancellation

We are disappointed to announce the 2020 FlatRock 50k/25k will unfortunately be canceled. As with all our races, all registrants will have full transferal to the FlatRock series or other Outlaw races. Details on that process will be forthcoming once registration for next year’s race opens after this year’s planned date. Since the FlatRock 101k previously cancelled, this will allow for the series to be re-launched as the triple crown in 2021.


The Outlaw group has taken a practical view of races canceling Lake McMurtry and Flower Moon this spring but we were able to host Dark & Dirty mid July without incident. We were very hopeful for FlatRock but prevailing trends have introduced issues and much uncertainty. Therefore we will join other races in the region in cancellation. There will be no virtual option. We know that runners have become accustomed to race cancellation but the frustration remains and we feel it as well. We remain excited about the future of FlatRock and have exciting plans for coming years. Please continue to watch for announcements and we will answer questions to the best of our ability. Thank you for your continued support. Good luck with your training and we wish you the best of health.

Overview

26TH ANNUAL EVENT!
FlatRock 50K/25K September 26th 2020
50K / 7:30 AM start; 10-hour time limit • 25K / 8:30 AM start; 9-hour time limit

2021 FlatRock Triple Crown Series

The FlatRock Triple Crown will once again be held for those runners looking for some real punishment on this legendary course! For those willing and able to finish all three races (WinterRock 25K, Flatrock 50K and the Flatrock 101K) you will receive a special award at the end of your 176K journey that will definitely be worth all of the punishment.

The history behind these races is immense with FlatRock being the first and oldest trail ultra in Kansas!! Epic races such as the 2017 flood year have become the stuff of legend and lore! This is a must run trail series. Come see this unique aspect of Kansas like you have never experienced it!

WinterRock 25K/12K January 2nd 2021
FlatRock 101K/50K/25K April 24th 2021
FlatRock 50K/25K September 25th 2021

Course Description

Elk River Hiking Trail. Accurately measured forest trail winding through unique limestone bluffs, rock formations & picturesque vistas. Mostly single-track, out & back, very rocky, no long hills.

Aid Stations

9 Aid Stations in the 50K--7 fully-stocked with water, electrolyte drink & snack-type foods, 2 water only. 3 fully stocked aid stations in the 25K. Approximate distance between aid stations is 3.5 miles with no distance greater than 4 miles between aid stations in either event.

Check-In/Staging Area

Race headquarters will be located in the Outlet Channel Group Shelter (north side of the Elk City Lake dam). Packet pick-up will be held on Friday evening September 25th, 2020. Late packet pick-up Saturday Morning, September 26th, 2020 from 6-8 AM. If you have never been to FlatRock before we highly recommend allowing a little extra drive time, especially if you plan on driving in the morning of the race. Map to the staging area can be found by clicking the link below:


FlatRock 50K & 25K Staging Location

Post-Race

Meal will be held from 11-6:30 PM on Saturday, September 28th in the Outlet Channel Group Shelterhouse. Knighting Ceremony of "FlatRock Hall of Pain" inductees will begin after the final finishers.

Lodging

Campsites (with & without electricity) & showers are available near starting line (Army Corps of Engineers/620-336-2741). Motels in Independence are approximately 7 miles away (Independence Chamber of Commerce 620-331-1890).

Awards

“FlatRock Hall of Pain” lifetime cloth race bibs to ten-consecutive year finishers.

Photos

Complimentary race photos by Mile 90 Photography

Discounts/Benefits

Volunteer Benefits

Along with a T-shirt and the normal fun of volunteering, we would like to do more. It takes a community to put on quality races, but volunteers also need to be appreciated. The program will be as follows: Shifts are in 4-8 hour increments and you must sign up. If you volunteer for one shift at any of our races you will get 25% off registration for any of our future races. Distance is not a factor. So 4 shifts will be a free race.

Military Discount

If you are currently active duty Military or a Veteran, we'd like to give our thanks by extending a 10% discount for your entry fee. Please message us at Outlaw 100 for the coupon code.

Policies

Prior to the race, you may defer (for any reason) to any of our subsequent races. There will be no deferments after the race has occurred. It will be your responsibility to remind us of your deferment when registering. Contact us on messenger at Outlaw 100 to arrange deferments.

Transfers to a specified individual will be allowed but it is the responsibility of the registrant to name the recipient. The Outlaw race directors will not facilitate finding another runner or run contests (this is too time consuming).

In the event of cancellation due to the Covid 19 pandemic, deferrals to other Outlaw races will be offered at no additional cost to the runner. Cancellation will only be in the event of extreme circumstances (global pandemics, inclement weather; local, state, or national emergency) and is at the race directors discretion. If for any reason the event has to be shut down due to extreme weather, natural disaster, etc… you will be pulled from the course or held at an aid station until you can be removed from the course. Please, no arguing if this should happen. It is for your own safety. If the race has to be cancelled, no refunds will be issued.

Under no circumstance will refunds be issued.

Trail Workdays

Please visit our website or Facebook event page for information on trail workdays.

Miscellaneous

Medical Risks
Each runner is responsible or their own actions. It is crucial that you are physically and mentally prepared for the stresses of the race. We will utilize the local EMS services in case of a medical emergency. It is important for the runner to recognize the potential physical and mental stresses that may evolve from participation in this race. Each participant must continuously monitor his/herself and understand their limitations. Remember that you are responsible for your own well-being during this race.

Frequently Asked Questions

Are trekking poles allowed?
Yes.

Are dogs allowed?
Yes, all dogs must be on a leash.

Race Rules For Runners

1 Absolutely no littering!

2. You may not stash supplies along the course.

3. Any runner dropping out shall immediately notify the nearest aid station or race management at the start/finish area.

4. Runners accepting a ride for any reason are deemed out of the race and may not re-enter.

5. All runners will abide by the directions of race management.

6. Violations of any rule will be grounds for disqualification. Race Management reserves the right to bar any runner from competing in this and any future Outlaw races.

7. In the case of a tie, runners will be placed alphabetically.

8. All animals must be leashed at all times.

9. Decisions of Race Management are final.

Please visit our website for further details www.outlaw100.com or contact us at Outlaw 100 on messenger. Also check out our facebook page Outlaw 100 for race updates and please “like” our page.

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