Obstacle Course Fun Mud Race for Charity Challenge, Health & Fun, West Lothian, Central Scotland

The Bing Blazer Series is two challenging and fun obstacle course races (OCR’s).

These courses are designed by obstacle course racers to push your limits and have you going home wet and muddy with epic memories and the photo’s to show for it.

Our events are growing and every year we promise a bigger and better event. Our Bigger, Better Bing Blazer promise has seen us named Best Value Event in the Scottish Obstacle Course Race Awards, top 3, in the “Best Value” obstacle course racing events in the UK, at the recent Mudstacle Awards.

We also received the award of Best Obstacle Award for our Hexathlon obstacle.

We give you more for your money and our race packs have been described by OCR Scotland as “the best they’ve seen”.

OCR - Best Obstacle Winner
Mudster Awards Nomination
OCR - Best Value Winner

We are an affiliated partner of the Obstacle Course Racing Association (UKOCRA) and our events are recognised by the UK Championships and European Championships, as qualifying events.

It’s these standards that attract the top OCR runners to the first waves. But remember you don’t have to compete in the first waves, you can still get the highest quality obstacles and run for fun in the later waves.

OCR UK Championships

OR European Championships


We also pride ourselves on innovation and were delighted to GPS track obstacle course racers for the first time in Scotland at our Bing Blazer: Park Life event.

Since creating our third Bing Blazer Series event, called the Bling Blazer, we now also have these totally awesome and unique medals.

Bing Blazer Medals

We are a Scottish brand that is pushing the boundaries, so you can push yours. Whether you are looking for a fun challenge with your mates, an event to fundraise for charity or a competitive minimalist shoes race, the Bing Blazer Series has something for everyone. 

Our chosen charities are Bosom Buds of Scotland and Friends of Beecraigs

There are 2 different kinds of people in Scotland. Those who can’t stop talking about the Bing Blazer Series, and those who have to keep listening until next year.