A fully marked and chip-timed race, the course consists of a single track with minimum elevation gain where participants run five loops of 20 miles.
Pre-race briefing, packet pick up and bag drop off all take place on Friday. The race starts on Saturday at 6am and ends on Sunday at 12pm. There will be a 6am cut off at the fifth loop and then one every next hour at each aid station before reaching the finish line.
There will be 14 aid stations not including start and finish stations. Crewing and support are allowed at all aid stations but please note there will be no vehicular access to the aid stations so crew and support must walk or cycle to get there.
Aid stations will be fully stocked with drinks and snacks. Hot food will be served when cold. Pacers are allowed after 60 miles except for over 60s who can have a pacer from the start.