The concept is both simple and crazy.
Every hour, the admitted riders will start a 6.706 km loop, which they will have to do and repeat, always within a period of 60 minutes, until only one and last rider stays on track: The Last Man Standing. It doesn't matter how long it takes.
The event takes up exactly the same concept as Tennessee's Big Backyard Ultra, organized by the same one who founded the Barkley Marathons, Lazarus Lake.
This is a race where speed is no longer a performance criterion, but rather endurance and the ability to manage time and energy. A race to test your limits until you quit.
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