Presented by The Fit Expo
May 21 - 22, 2022
May 21 - 22
Saturday and Sunday at The Fit Expo
Registration for Epic Series Includes FREE Entry to the Fit Expo ($30 value!)
Covid Update: The venue has recently lifted all covid mandates. There will be no masks required, no vaccine cards or testing needed.
Do you have what it takes to compete with the elite?
Elite course will take place on Saturday and Sunday 11:00 AM – 2:00 PM. Awards will be on Sunday.
The most fun you’ve ever had at an event!
Kids love the Epic Series Obstacle Course. They’ll be talking about it for years!
About The Fit Expo
This family-friendly event unites thousands of fitness enthusiasts ranging from bodybuilders and powerlifters to jiu-jitsu and karate participants, personal trainers, group exercise instructors, competitive athletes and even the weekend warrior. Attendees can meet fitness celebrities, discover new health and wellness products and services, have access to free fitness classes, cooking demos, witness live fitness competitions, and much more.
Why people Love epic
We pack as many obstacles as we can into a short course so you’re not spending all your time running!
A Challenge for You
The obstacle course has levels so where you’re a beginner or elite athlete, you’ll find your challenge on the course.
Kids love going through the obstacle course. Bring them and make it a family event.
Anyone Can Finish
You can do it and you’ll be EPIC for having finished!
What People Say
“Epic Series OCR is a legit race. With three different skills levels, the Open waves make it easy for a couch surfer to accomplish something while a serious athlete can challenge him/herself on the black level. The Elite races are amazing to watch.”
“We had fun and our team plans to return next year, upping our game to the next level of difficulty.”
“If you are looking for a fun and challenging way to spend a Saturday morning, look no further than EPIC Series OCR. They have really done a great job creating a course that is compact, yet filled with a ton of fun obstacles to overcome.”