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GO RIDE or GORUCK

No matter your level of fitness, there is something for everyone. We will ruck hard and celebrate our heroes. Together, we will honor them by pushing ourselves to be our very best.

GORUCK Light .

4-5 HOURS, 7-10 MILES. LIGHT = FUN ON A TEAM.

Welcome to GORUCK Light. It means lighter vibe, lighter loads and less time commitment, which means more time to party with your class after you’re done. Fun fact: never sign up and you’ll never know. But the average completion rate of those who show up is 100%. If you can do a 5K, you can do the GORUCK Light.

Denver  •  Sunday, April 28 @ 1:00pm

Greenville  •  Sunday, November 17 @ 1:00pm

GORUCK Tough .

10-12 HOURS, 15-20 MILES. THE ORIGINAL CHALLENGE.

This is the original GORUCK Event, the one where we prove to you that you are capable of so much more than you ever thought possible when you work as a team. You’ll find out that it’s a way of life and a community with some of the best people you could ever hope to meet.

Denver  •  Saturday, April 27 @ 9:00pm

Greenville  •  Saturday, November 16 @ 9:00 pm

GORUCK Heavy .

24+ HOURS, 40+ MILES. THE ULTIMATE TEAM EVENT.

This is a test of your desire to overcome under conditions of significant physical and mental stress. There’s more weight, more miles, and no sleep which makes for a lot more time for the Cadre to push participants past their limits. Beat-downs are stupid, and GORUCK is never bootcamp. Heavy is, however, a significant undertaking and not for the faint of heart.

Denver  •  Friday, April 26 @ 6:00 pm

Greenville  •  Friday, November 15 @ 6:00 pm

GORIDE .

On Saturday, join in one of three distance cycling rides and bring to life the faces, names, and sacrifice made by the brave men and women we honor and remember on Memorial Day. You are requested to wear a photo and name of someone who made the ultimate sacrifice.

WHEN: TBD
LOCATION: TBD
 
The Green Beret Foundation provides direct and continuous support to the Green Beret Community and its families. The Green Beret Foundation facilitates the transition of Green Berets and their families whether that transition is from wounds sustained in combat, illness, injury or “merely” from numerous deployments and/or retirement.