West Coast
Adventure Race

May 6-7, 2016

Experience the true och naked feeling of pure adventure racing with us.

WCAR is a combination of stunning sea kayaking with a free horizontal view and the west coast barren nature, demanding biking in the deep forests and trekking inland during the darkest part of the day.
A true challenge for everyone and  even the toughest will soften after more than 24 hours of non-stop racing.

WCAR is an unsupported 24 hour adventure race in Bohuslän, with the finish line east of Lysekil in Bohuslän.
The official racing class will consist of mixed teams of 4 people.

Read the full Invitation here.



Maps for the race. Some of the maps are not official for the participants and will be published at the race start at 09:00. http://entry.wcar.se/kartor4/

Team list with BIB numbers

Now we have published the start list with team BIB numbers here: http://entry.wcar.se/pdf/2015/startlista.pdf

WCAR goes LIVE to cover all parts of the race

Less than 24 hours to start of WCAR. We will cover the race for those of you choosing to stay at home. * All teams have a GPS-tracker so we can follow them all the time. * Online punch registration at all transition areas so you can see almost live when your team are...

Drop point for bikes at WCAR

Probably well known for all of you after studying the PM and course info, but now we can give you exact location for the bike drop. The bikes are dropped at TA2, located at Bohus Fästning just south of Kungälv. http://kartor.eniro.se/m/RF0Ta Please park below the...

Dates and times

14 may
Registration, dinner and race meeting in the evening.

15 may
09:00  Start of race

16 May
09:00  First team is estimated to finish
21:00  Final team is estimated to finish / Course close

Race center



The entry fee includes:

  • A stunning race at the West Coast of Sweden, Swedish Championship 2015
  • Two race maps for each team per section
  • Pre race dinner thursday night
  • Rental kayaks for everyone
  • All logistics
  • Discount at Marstrands havshotell


Race director Martin Rådbo