Fully Rad Adventures is an outdoor event company focused on getting people outside and being more adventurous. It has a team of adventure loving experts focused on creating unique and memorable experiences that will excite, entertain and push the boundaries.

Fully Rad Adventures present safe, well organised world class events for competitors, spectators and stakeholders, that increase awareness and appreciation of the outdoors, protect and promote the natural environment, promote a fit, healthy and active lifestyle, develop strong partnerships and strengthen communities.

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Fully Rad Adventures Events

Wildside Adventure Race

Urban Hustle

Blue Mountains Traverse  - BMT

Wildside Womens Adventure

Kidventures

Double Shot

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course

You have 6 different run courses for you to choose from at the LAKES100 each offers a unique trail running experience. All runs will start and finish in Providence Bay Park beside Bennetts Beach Hawks Nest. The course will cover fire trails, forest tracks, lake side boardwalks, headlands, walking paths, sand dunes, beaches and road. You will experience a wide range of terrain and you will need skills and gear hacks to manage each one.

The 100km, 75km, 50km and 25km course will have checkpoints (CPs) with nutrition, water, medical and moral support. CP1 will be near Boomeri Campground, CP2 Seal Rocks Beach No.2, CP3 Dees Corner.

CUT OFFS

Fully Rad Adventures is committed to getting every one across the finish line however some cut offs will be necessary to ensure the safety of the event crew and runners. The 100km runners will have 30hrs to finish, 75km runners 22hrs, 50km runners 15hrs and 25km runners 7hrs. The last 100km runner will need to leave CP2 at Seal Rocks by midnight on Saturday night.

Please note that in bad weather, cut-offs may be need to be brought forward during the event. If this happens changes will be clearly communicated at all checkpoints.

ELEVATION

The 100km course has a total ascent of 399.41m and has a maximum elevation of 54.31m. The 75km has a total ascent of 158.03m and has a maximum elevation of 21.97m. The 50km a total ascent of 134.68m and has a maximum elevation of 21.97m. The 25km has a total ascent of 57.6m and has a maximum elevation of 21.97m.

CHECKPOINTS

Checkpoint 1

28km Cnr Mungo Brush Rd & Hawks Nest Seal Rocks Rd

Support crew permitted.

Water, electrolyte drink (pre-mixed – brand TBC), fruit, salt, chips and lollies will be available.

For teams this will be the end point for runner 1 and the start point for runner 2

 

Checkpoint 2

55km Seal Rocks opposite No.1 Beach

Support crew permitted.

Water, electrolyte drink (pre-mixed – brand TBC), fruit, salt, chips, coke and lollies.

Hot water, tea & coffee and soup will be available.

For teams this will be the end point for runner 2 and the start point for runner 3

 

Checkpoint 3

80km Dees Corner

Support crew permitted.

Water, electrolyte drink (pre-mixed – brand TBC), fruit, salt, chips, coke and lollies.

Hot water, tea, coffee and soup will be available.

For teams this will be the end point for runner 3 and the start point for runner 4

AID STATIONS

There will be five aid stations on the course providing minimal sustenance, water and first aid.

7km Pipers Creek trailhead

13km @ 25kmrace turn around point Mungo Brush Rd

17km Brambles Green trailhead

40km @ 75kmrace turn around point Hawks Nest Seal Rocks Rd

61km Yagon Rd

Medical will be available at each checkpoint and the finish. First Aid will be available at each aid station. There will also be roving first aid crews on the course. There will be toilets and/or port-a-loos at the start and all checkpoints. There are also toilets in the campgrounds along the route.

DROP BAGS

We will have a drop bag service to each checkpoint for runners without a support crew. Runners may use a mixture of support crew at some checkpoints and the drop bag service at other checkpoints. The drop bag service should not be used for any checkpoints that your support crew will definitely be at. Drop bags can be useful for extra food, gels, lube, fresh socks, clothing, batteries and spare head torch and for warm, dry clothing and footwear at the finish.

NB: Drop bags will not be transported to aid stations.

 

One drop bag per runner is permitted for each checkpoint. They must be closable and SOFT (Woollies/Coles Cool Bag is the best option). Plastic bags/garbage bags and plastic boxes are not permitted. Bags must be less than 20ltrs in volume and weigh less than 10kg. The finish drop bag can be as large as needed. Drop bags must not contain any glass and liquids must be limited + securely contained. Valuable items should not be left in drop bags.

 

All drop bags must be clearly marked with surname, race number and checkpoint location (ie CP1, CP2, CP3 or FINISH). Write on the drop bag with a thick permanent marker pen rather than trying to attach a label that may be ripped from your bag in transport and handling.

 

Drop bags need to be delivered to the checkpoint trailers at Race Check-In on the Friday evening between 6pm and 8pm. You must not leave drop bags prior. It is the responsibility of the runner to ensure drop bags are placed into the correct trailer. Finish drop bags should be left in the designated area near the start line on the Saturday morning.

 

Drop bags will be returned to the drop bag marquee near the finish area as soon as possible once the CP has closed. It is the responsibility of runners to collect their drop bags from the finish. Any drop bags not collected by midday on the Sunday will be disposed of.