Ultra & Relay Details

54k • 108k • Relay

Check out the Racer Information Package

See the details for the Vertical Climb here

2019 marks the 5th year of Black Spur Ultra. The race is tough and combines all of the elements that we love in an ultra. Big climbs, no pavement, scenic single track, then long stretches where you can open up and run fast. Choose from the 54 KM, 108 KM, and 108 KM relay options.

With one central area and three loops, this is one of the easiest races your support crew or family will ever attend. Kimberley is also the perfect place for a getaway or family vacation.

Date/Start Time:
August 20-22, 2021
  • Friday
    • 2:00pm-8:00pm - Racer Check-in
    • 7:15pm - Volunteer Meeting
    • 8:00pm - Racer Meeting (pending restrictions)
  • Saturday
    • 6:30am-7:30am – Late Racer Check-in
    • 8:00am Start
    • 8:00pm – 54k Finish
    • 8:15pm – 54k Awards (pending restrictions)
  • Sunday
    • 8:00am – 108k Finish
    • 9:00am 108k Awards (pending restrictions)
Host Site:
108km, 54km
Elev. Gain/Loss:
2,230m /2,230m (54k) – 4,460/4,460 (108k)
  • 108km - 24 hours
  • 54km - 12 hours
  • 108km Relay – 24 hours
Registration Cap:
500 racers
Registration Opens:
December 1, 12:00hrs (MST)
Registration Deadline:
August 17, 23:59hrs (MST) or when full
Support Crew:
This is about the easiest race your crew will ever attend as they only have to be in one place. A support crew (someone to attend your gear and food) is not required but recommended for solo runners.
Transition Area(TA):
  • The transition between stages is located at the Kimberley Alpine Resort
  • Solo runners, and teams if need be, are allowed a drop bag at the transition area
  • Relay racers should be at the TA approximately one hour before their previous runner
  • The TA is staffed and have drinking water available as well as food for all runners (note that this is snack food and should not be your primary sustenance)
  • Runner support crews are able to meet racers at the TA
Aid Stations (CPs):
  • There is one CP on each stage at approximately the half way point
  • Runners are not allowed to cache gear at CPs (picking up or dropping off) but they are encouraged to leave garbage here
  • CPs are staffed and have snack food and drinking water available
  • Support crews should not meet their runners at CPs
  • Female Solo – 54km
  • Male Solo – 54km
  • Female Solo –  108km
  • Male Solo –  108km
  • Co-ed Team – 108km
  • Female Team – 108km
  • Male Team – 108km
HydraPak Kimberley Alpine Resort

Sinister Sports Inc.
Box 460 Bellevue, AB, T0K 0C0
P: 1-403-563-6420


©2015-2018 Sinister Sports Inc. All Rights Reserved.