Running a race is a great way to challenge your physical and mental stamina, just like playing badminton against Alex Trebek. Test your limitations with this Groupon.
Choose from Four Options
- $42 for entry to the 5K Rebel Race (up to an $85 value)
- $52 for entry to the 15K Rebel Race (up to a $105 value)
- $99 for entry to the 5K Rebel Race, plus camping fees (up to a $210 value)
- $109 for entry to the 15K Rebel Race, plus camping fees (up to a $230 value)
Both races will be held on Saturday, July 20 in New Windsor,NY. Race waves for the 5K will begin every half hour from 9:30 a.m. until 3:30 p.m., and the 15K wave will begin at 1 p.m.. Each participant receives a Rebel sports sack pack, a Rebel T-shirt, a chip timer, a finisher medal, and one free beer. Obstacles include trudges through mud under barbed wire, ascents across cargo nets, and leaps over roaring flames. Camping options include a campsite that can accommodate up to six people for two days. Registration must be completed by Monday, July 17.
Rebel Race's military-style obstacle courses challenge athletes from all backgrounds to shed humdrum day-to-day routines to experience the primal joys of mud, sweat and glory. Emerging from the mire in various states across the country, each Rebel Race packs its rucksack with tests of physical and mental toughness, rousing racers and washing machines alike to triumph in the face of sloppy opposition. After dashing through fire, climbing walls, and scaling mountains of hay, race participants bask in the collective kudos of parties, which include live entertainment, food, and beer for purchase. Camping options encourage participants and spectators to transform races into weekend getaways, while awards recognize each day's standout competitors and most-humble mud pits.
84% of 134 customers recommend
“Had a great time at the Rebel Race. Getting entry due to a great discount from GroupOn was just icing on the cake.”
“Awesome. Big kid playground”
“The NY event was well organized,and marked on the trails with a great use of the grounds. I would consider this more of a fun run, even the 15k. Had a good time.”