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THE RACE, based on TV’s The Amazing Race, is an exhilarating competition where you’ll explore a city, and complete tasks that will challenge you in new and exciting ways. Teams of two race against each other in a series of legs and at the end of each leg the team(s) that arrives last may be eliminated from the game.

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THE RACE, based on TV’s The Amazing Race, is an exhilarating way to explore a city, where teams of two complete various tasks that will challenge you in new and exciting ways. THE RACE is divided into different legs and is played on a point-to-point basis by obtaining various clues and by completing different challenges. There are several types of clues including: detoursmergesroad blocks, and route info. Teams receive a clue at the beginning of each leg and depending on the type of clue, follow the instructions and complete any challenges.

Teams race from clue to clue until they reach the Pit Stop where they check-in with the Host and are told their current standing. The last team or teams to arrive at a Pit Stop may be eliminated from THE RACE. Any penalties incurred by teams during a leg, such as using roadside assistance, are given to them before they can check-in.

After checking in at each Pit Stop, teams are given a rest period until other teams check-in. Teams must wait at or near the Pit Stop until the Host gives them their next clue to continue the next leg. Teams are released from the Pit Stop in heats determined by the order of their arrival from the previous leg. Teams race until the final teams race to the Finish Line. The first team to successfully cross the Finish Line is declared the winners of THE RACE!

Featured Events

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One of the best ways to explore any city is by racing around solving puzzles and challenges in a competition that pits teams of two against one another with one objective – don’t come in last! In The Race we can turn any destination into a multi-legged course that makes players truly feel like they are playing in their own version of The Amazing Race. Reality Rush co-founder Pete Berg fell in love with this show as a teen which inspired him to produce his own version for friends as a hobby. It still remains his favorite game to produce to this day. Here’s a few of our most memorable races:

Client: E! Entertainment

Location: Los Angeles, CA

Duration: 10 hours

Participants: 16

The staff of E! Live Events wanted to take their work out of office for a break with some friendly competition exploring the greater Los Angeles area. Starting in iconic Griffith Park with a view of the Observatory and the Hollywood Sign, we wanted to take the E! staff on an adventure that was fitting for television, after all we knew the bar would be set high for a bunch of television producers! From Hollywood to DTLA to the beaches and back, the E! Staff raced their legs and hearts out all over the City of Angels in an intense battle to be the first and final standing team.

Client: L.A. Friends

Location: Los Angeles, CA

Duration: 8 hours

Participants: 16

A group of friends that recently moved to LA after graduating from college hired us to run The Race so they could explore their new home! Challenge accepted! Starting in Griffith Park we created a course that took them all over the city including Hollywood, Downtown LA, Silverlake, Beverly Hills, Chinatown, Santa Monica and Los Feliz. At the end of the game teams criss-crossed and learned all about their new city while creating strong bonds with one another.

Reviews of The Race

Have you ever watched The Amazing Race and wished you could be a contestant?!!  Shooooooooooooot…I know I have.  Thanks to Reality Rush, you now have that chance! Now while I will not reveal HOW we went about solving the clues (I mean, we won 2nd place, so I cannot give up the details), I will say that it was very well organized for guys who run their operation outside of San Diego.  I have lived in this town all of my life and I had to look up some things.  It was SO MUCH FUN solving the clues, asking random strangers to take photos and cutting in line on a variety of things. – Sara Y

Best way to explore LA!  Best way to make new friends!  Best way to experience Reality TV games (Amazing Race, Big Brother, Survivor….) in a weekend or less! I just finished Reality Rush’s “The Race” this weekend, and it was AMAZING. We met in downtown LA, and raced around the city on public transportation as we tried to complete a huge scavenger hunt.  Working with a teammate, we found ourselves exploring and experiencing new parts of LA each leg of the race.  It’s the closest I have ever gotten to experiencing what the real contestants on a reality game show face.  It has made me an even bigger fan. Great Events. Great Company. Great Life Experience. – Chris Burt

I had a great time running around LA pretending I was on the AMAZING RACE. Really well organized and a great value. It’s a great way to meet people and get to see parts of the city you may not have been to before! I can’t wait for their next event! – John Kazlauskus

This was an incredibly fun way to see the city and get some exercise, while satisfying our obsession of the Amazing Race.  The challenges were definitely harder than I had expected, which was good, and there was a lot of variety in the places we had to visit. I would definitely do this again! – Angela W

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