- Entrance to the Mud Factor 5K obstacle race in Sacramento. Must register for race online after purchase.
- Course laid out with mud pits, obstacles and big time challenges.
- Finishers receive a bandana and Mud Factor medal.
Why We Love This
- Run, crawl, and climb as you conquer a 5K mud race and obstacle course. Getting dirty's never been so fun.
- Find out what you're made of as you confront pits of mud, climbing walls, and more.
- Think a facial gives you a glow? Try a whole body mud bath for real conditioning.
WHAT YOU’LL DO
Coffee may be for closers, but fulfillment are for Mud Factor finishers. Learn what you're made of as you conquer 5K of mud as you race over, under, and through a variety of obstacles that make lesser men quake with fear. Take on an elite mix of foes and friends who don't mind getting sloppy and are agile enough to scamper through obstacles at a moment's notice. Arrive at the start line in clothes you hope will sluice off the slime and take off. You'll face the likes of a sheer wall, challenging trails filled with obstacles, and most certainly a trough of muck. After a true 5K - that's 3.1 miles - you're greeted at the finisher's circle with an after party fit for the chiseled grime-monger you've proven to be. Closing is great, but this time A-B-C stands for something a little different: Always. Be. Conquering.
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MUST REDEEM ONLINE by April 2, 2013. First time clients only. One experience redeemed per customer, up to three may be purchased as gifts. Reservations required 24 hours in advance, subject to availability. Subject to severe weather. Must be 14 years of age or over to participate. Participants ages 14-17 must have waiver signed by a parent or legal guardian. Must sign a waiver to participate. Voucher expires April 2, 2013.
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