About Maverick race
Here at Maverick Race we’re all about celebrating the beauty of the British countryside. That’s why we’ve chosen some of the most iconic areas that Blighty has to offer for our trail running series. We’re not elitist though which is why we’ve made them accessible to runners of all levels. With multiple route lengths to choose from in every location, you decide on the challenge!
Our main objective is to get people off the roads and enjoying being outside in the countryside. We just love to run and we hope you will too after experiencing life on the trails. Having experienced many types of events, from 5km club runs through to Ultra Marathons and Ironman Triathlons, we're dedicated to understanding what’s important to you – the runners.
Built with all runners in mind and set in the finest UK locations, each with 3 distances to choose from.
Tough, brutal, stunning and with marathon, half and 10km routes.
Welcome to the Maverick Silva Dark Series. If you enjoy trail running in the daylight then you are in for a real treat running in the dark!
Welcome to Camp Endeavour a new breed of training camp designed to take you to the next level in trail running.
“Did my first event on Sunday. The course was lovely, the organisers were lovely, down to earth, the inov-8 team were amazing. I loved that I was able to actually trial a pair of trail shoes. They were so good I decided to purchase two pairs. I am addicted. Next up will be the Oxfordshire race!”
Natarsha Tremayne (Facebook Review)
“Really good atmosphere, marshals were great considering it was so cold out. Felt really confident in the organisation, and it was really nice to have the little "village" at the start/end... with an open fire! Medals are incredible too! All-round good event, highly recommended!”
Rob Green (Facebook Review)
“They have truly thought about everything, in providing an excellent race village and atmosphere, 3 route choices, outstanding locations and awesome trails. There really is something for everyone and they are leading the way in trail events for the UK.”
John Houston (Facebook Review)