How far will you go?

You, 480 minutes and a beautiful single track trail.

Our late season race on Saturday November 7th, 2015 is a timed event of 480 minutes (8 hours) on some of the best single track trail running Western Wisconsin has to offer. If 480 minutes seems a bit much hop in for 60 minutes, 120 minutes or as long as you can hold on then spend the rest of the day cheering and catching up with your running family.

Register Today!

We are partnering with Ultra SignUp for our race registration this year. (Registration opens June 1st, 2015)

Take advantage of the early bird special of $30 through Sunday, June 28th.

Location

Only 40 minutes from Minneapolis, River Falls Wisconsin a quick drive to get in that final late season race. (700 Whitetail Blvd, River Falls, WI 54022) 

Our Race Sponsors & Partners

Our race sponsors have been nice enough to step up and offer our runners supplies for the big day and for a lucky few offered some great giveaways.

Salomon
altra
Hoka One One
Road ID

Mountains are a state of mind. Running is a state of mind. Salomon brings those states of mind together.

ALTRA is a group of passionate individuals committed to reducing injuries & better running technique through biomechanically proper footwear.

Each HOKA ONE ONE running shoe is built upon a maximally cushioned midsole that offers superior protection, comfort and propulsion. Get out and run!

Road ID creates rugged identification gear for outdoor athletes so they can be identified in case of emergency or accident.

Ruby's Lube
Hammer Nutrition
Tranquil Force
Break The Stigma

Ruby’s is made to ease friction and the chafing common to swimmers, cyclists and runners. Because it is water and sweat resistant, it is perfect for serious athletes.

Whether your workouts or races last an hour or two, or a week or two, Hammer Nutrition has the fuels your body craves.

You are fun, funky, fashionable, and you like fitness. All of these traits are what brought you to Tranquil Force.

The goal of the Break The Stigma project is to educate, encourage and inspire others about mental health issues and treatments in an effort to end stigma and foster hope.