Looking for an adventure?
The Ruby Mountain Relay begins in beautiful Lamoille Canyon located in Elko County, NV and stretches a 184-mile loop around the world famous Ruby Mountains. The scenic landscapes of the Ruby Mountain Range will surpass your wildest expectations. From beginners to ultra marathoners, this race is for everyone.
Registration includes a Shirt, wrist baton, a must have finisher belt buckle and a few more surprises.
*RACE CONTACT INFORMATION
RACE DIRECTORS: Robert & Anne * email@example.com
*REGISTRATION INFORMATION & IMPORTANT DATES
Early Team Registration Deadline = February 28
Regular Team Registration Deadline = May 31
Late Team Registration Deadline = July 31
Team Captains should complete TEAM REGISTRATION at: www.rubymountainrelay.com. Click the “Register now" link and follow the instructions. A non-refundable entry fee is due at the time of online registration. There is no charge for substitutions when done online. Substitutions can be made at the start line for $20 and the runner has to be present to sign the waiver.
Once the team has been registered and paid for, individual team members must complete INDIVIDUAL TEAM MEMBER REGISTRATION at:
www.rubymountainrelay.com. Click the “Register" link and follow the instructions. All team members must sign a waiver in order to participate.
Volunteer Positions & Information - CLICK HERE
Each team must provide one volunteer or request to participate in the volunteer donation program for $99. Our volunteer coordinator will contact each team captain to get your volunteer information or the team captain can pay the $99 at the time of registration.
Volunteer Registration Deadline = August 10 (Proper t-shirt size can not be guaranteed for volunteers that register after August 1)
*Volunteers must read the release and waiver form (found in link above) and enter initials below
*Volunteers must be at least 16 years old and have a valid driver’s license
*Provide their own transportation to and from their assigned location
*Wear their official volunteer T-shirt while at their assigned location
*Be physically able to perform their assigned duties
*Be willing to fulfill any assigned volunteer time
*Be willing to fulfill their entire shift at an assigned location
*Provide their own food and drink during their shift.
Food & Fluids
Running Shoes - 2 pair
Jacket, change of clothes, socks
Cash/credit or debit card
Sleeping bag, pillow and pad
REQUIRED TEAM ITEMS - First Aid Kit * Orange Safety Flag - 1 per van * Reflective Vest - 2 per van * Headlamp - 2 per van * Tail-light - 2 per van
Other recommended items: Garbage Bags , cooler with ice & additional food and fluids
RUBY MOUNTAIN RELAY
The Ruby Mountain Relay is the overnight running relay race that makes testing your limits a team sport. The relay format makes RMR an accessible race for beginners and challenging enough for the most competitive runners. How does one do this? We've answered your Top 10 questions and much more.
Q: How far do I have to run?
A: Each team member runs 3 times (or legs, as we refer to them) over the course of the Ruby Mountain Relay. Each leg is usually between 2 and 8 miles long. A relay is physically demanding, but legs vary in difficulty, and runners can choose their legs. This unique relay format makes the Ruby Mountain Relay an accessible race for beginners yet challenging enough for the most competitive athletes.
Q: Do I need to have all 12 people on my team in order to register?
A: You do not need to have your entire team put together before you sign up. You can add or substitute team members for free until the morning of the Relay.
Q: Do I pay for the entire team at the time I register?
A: The team fee is paid in full at the time of registration.
Q: Do I have to find my own team or will the Ruby Mountain Relay do that for me?
A: You assemble your own team through friends, family, co-workers etc. We recommend finding 1-2 interested people and have them recruit as well. Teams can also utilize the Ruby Mountain Relay Facebook Fan Page for recruitment as well.
Tip: If you're looking to join a team, you will get a lot of calls a week or two before the event. If you are looking for runners, we suggest grabbing them off the Facebook page at least a few weeks in advance.
Q: How do runners get from one exchange to the next?
A: One runner runs at a time, from point A to point B. The rest of their team drives ahead and cheers them on, offering support if needed. When the first runner nears the end of their leg, runner 2 waits for them at the exchange where they hand off the slap bracelet and runner 2 begins their leg. After all 6 runners from vehicle 1 complete their legs, they meet up with runners 7-12 and the cycle begins again with vehicle 2. When your vehicle is inactive, you will have a few hours to rest and eat until it’s your turn to start running again.
Q: Who provides the vehicles?
A: Teams must provide their own vehicles. The ideal choice is a 12-15 passenger van. Teams often use Minivans and Suburban’s as well.
Q: What time does the race start on Friday?
A: The starts are staggered throughout the day, based upon your team's average pace. Slower teams start earlier, while faster teams start later. A typical start time spread would be between 5 am and 3pm.
Q: Why do we have to provide volunteers?
A: Due to the large scale of this event we need helping hands to ensure a safe and fun event for all.
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