How long is it and how many obstacles are there? Yeah
yeah it’s 6+ miles with 20+ obstacles. But here’s the deal. Our Cadre have
designed a course that is as close to a real deal Special Forces obstacle
course as possible. And they’re bringing Special Forces culture, too. That
means work hard, play harder and blast tunes and crush $1 Beers and live life
to its fullest.
Nasty Nick is the real deal. It’s the one and only
obstacle course all Green Berets had to pass in their training and our Cadre
have patterned the GORUCK Nasty course directly after Nasty Nick. $20 of your
paid registration goes to the Green Beret Foundation.
$1 BEERS. AND LOTS OF THEM.
Special Forces is full of work harder, play hardest types
who love drinking beer but hate wasting money. So the Nasty course is the work
harder part, and the $1 Beers are the play hardest part. With value. $1 Beers
make GORUCK Nasty the cheapest bar since your backyard and your HQ for all
music, $1 Beers and Tailgating needs. This is a great way to meet new people
and party harder with your friends.
6+ Miles and 20+ Obstacles – But how is Nasty different?
Here’s our answer. You have roughly 10 Special Operations dudes building an
obstacle course at a party that’s authentic and timeless. The culture and the
course. Hence $1 Beers, hence free camping, hence smiles. You are what you do
in this world, and Nasty is our way to get some good PT (Physical Training) in,
throw a huge party, invite everyone we know, and have a good time. But yeah once
you go big it’s the unpardonable sin like when Metallica cut their hair. Got
it. We’ve been playing small gigs like The Challenge for years, and we’ll
continue to play small gigs every weekend of the year around the world. But
sometimes more is better, bigger is better. Our Field of Dreams, our Woodstock
aka GORUCK Nasty will have plenty of real deal obstacles. If you can’t do them
alone, someone will give you a hand. That someone may be a buddy you came with,
it may be Lou or Garrett or Devin or me. And since we don’t know any other way,
Nasty will also be the party of the year.
So come one come all if that’s your thing and we’ll see ya in Virginia
on September 21 for Nasty 001.
of every paid registration goes to the Green Beret Foundation.
Come hang. Spectator tickets are $10, and all money goes to the Green Beret Foundation. And we think you should probably buy someone a $1 Beer or ten.
If you’re gonna carpool with your buddies, you might as well run (or ruck) Nasty with them, too. Team registration means there are at least 4 of you and you’ll each receive 5% off your Nasty registration.
However, you do not get to finalize your start wave when you register. You select a preferred start wave and we’ll do our best to accommodate. The reason why we do it this way is because teammates usually sign up at different times. If a wave sells out in the interim, we can’t add more people to a closed wave, that kind of thing.
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