Outlaw Ultra

Saturday, Feb 15, 2020 at 6:00am

Robbers Cave State Park
4575 Northwest 1024th Ave
Wilburton, OK 74578

Run in the footsteps of actual OUTLAWS!! Outlaw 100 course is located in the Robbers Cave State Park near Wilburton, Oklahoma. Robbers Cave State Park (established in 1935 by the Civilian Conservation Corps) is associated with OUTLAW names like Jesse James, Belle Star, and the Youngers. The Park consists of 8,246 acres of scenic views with bluffs overlooking three large lakes, rock formations, and caves to be “enjoyed” as you navigate the mainly single track, forested, technical terrain with an abundance of rocks and roots. The course will include two awesome aid stations manned by experienced Ultra-runners alternating with water stops. 100 milers will complete five 20 mile loops while the half marathon, marathon, and 50 mile will take place on the main loop of approximately 13 miles. A 5K course will encircle the main cave and provide plenty of adventure in a shorter distance.

Marathon and Half Marathon

Marathon and Half Marathon Outlaw awards – second year!!
We are offering both distances with both Saturday and Sunday starts which gives the opportunity to double up! This gives 1st year attendees the chance to get the second year awards?? If you have conflicting obligations it also gives you a chance to come down either day. Doublers will receive an Outlaw beanie. Use the code Doubler at checkout on Ultrasignup to get a $10 discount.

Outlaw 5K

Outlaw 5k badge – second year! The star actually spinsRun it Saturday or Sunday or do the virtual. Do the 5k challenge by adding it on to any distance (right after your race or in the following week) and get both medals plus an Outlaw coffee mug $10 discount with the code Challenge. 

The Outlaw 135

There has been increased interest in the longer distances, especially the 200 mile races. This is a nice intermediate to test yourself and develop strategies for those longer runs. Run the regular 100 mile course and finish the last 35 miles on the 7 mile section. This allows us to keep a closer watch on the runners and concentrate volunteers. Same Saturday morning start time as other distances with a 48 hour cutoff. We do allow drop downs to still get a 100 mile buckle or longest distance completed as in all our runs (but not qualify for place).

Cut off for 100 and 135 and Aid Stations
Start/Cutoff Times

100/135 mile start at 6am

48 hour cut off

100 mile cut off times

Start 5h loop at 36 hours

135 cut off times

Start last 35 miles at 40 hours

The Outlaw 100 course consists of a large 13 mile southern loop and a smaller 7 mile northern loop. Together, these loops comprise a unique 20 mile segment that must be completed 5 times. The Outlaw 135 mile course thus is made up of the 100 mile course with the bonus of the 7 mile loop an additional 5 times. This allows runners to be monitored more closely by the start/finish aid station late in the race. Drop down buckles will be given for the longest distance a runner completes.

Aid Stations Mileage
1st unmanned water/snack station 2.5 
2nd unmanned water/snack station 3.5
Shorty’s Brothel 7
3rd unmanned water/snack station 8.75
4th unmanned water/snack station 11.25
Start/Finish 13
5th unmanned water/snack station 16
Start/Finish 20

Cutoff Times
100 mile cut off times

Start 5h loop at 36 hours

135 cut off times

Start last 35 miles at 40 hours

Pacer/Crew/ Drop bags
100 and 135 mile runner may have a pacer after 50 miles or when it starts to get dark. Crew is allowed at Shorty’s Brothal, and the start/finish. You can also have drop bags at start\finish, and Shorty’s Brothal.

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