This is my 3rd attempt at the Solo-Badwater 146 (PM3)!



Epic Bill Bradley Statistics

  • I’ve completed a Quad-Badwater: Ran 584 miles through Death Valley from Badwater to the Summit of Mt. Whitney twice! I became the 4th athlete to ever complete a quad.

  • I’ve attempted this 2 other times and we have a Short Documentary on my 1st try called “Pushing Mercury” and it was well received and has garnered 3 Film Festival Selection Award Laurels and 2 Best Documentary Award Laurels.

Never Quit…”Show Up and Suffer!”

Arrowhead Ultra 135

  • This is a solo, self-supported, 146-mile trek on foot, pushing a 250 lb cart, with all his ice,water/food. The attempt to endure unbearable heat of 130° in the planet’s most unforgiving environment: Death Valley, California (the lowest point in North America), en route to the summit of Mt. Whitney, the highest peak in the continental United States. 

  • Only 4 people have completed this Solo-Badwater 136.

40 Below-The Toughest Race in the World is "Best of Fest" and "Audience Choice" Award Winner at this years Minneapolis Saint Paul International Film Festival 2023 (MSPIFF)

World Premiere of this awesome “40 Below-The toughest Race in the World” featured documentary” has “Sold Out All Showings”! And, I’m honored to be one of the lucky racers to be featured in this Feature Film Documentary.

  • 3rd attempt Solo Self-Contained Badwater, Aug. 2023

Our 2nd Consecutive Short Documentary "Climbing Into Fear" is a Oscar Qualifying entry into 2022 Annual HollyShorts Film Festival

"Climbing Into Fear" is the 2nd Episode short in our DocuSeries 1-6

Riding the success of 2021 critical acclaimed short documentary film “Pushing Mercury ” the latest documentary short from Epic Bill Bradley, “Climbing Into Fear,” hits the screen this August 11-20 at the 18th Annual HollyShorts Film Festival 2022.

Pushing Mercury II, 2021 - My 2th Attempt: “Did a lot better the last year”

SOLO-BADWATER 146 turned into a assisted BADWATER 135

Even though I went further then last years attempt, making it to Furnace Creek 17.5 miles. I had to end my Solo-Badwater 146 due to the extreme heat with temperatures exceeding 120° in the shade. I was just unable to lower my body temperature. After recovering the next morning I decided to attempt a Assisted Badwater 135. Which I hadn’t done in over 4 years. Woo Hoo!!

MT. Denali 2021 - My 5th Attempt: “So, So Close”

Pushing Mercury, 2020 - My 1st Attempt: One of the Hottest Days in History

"Pushing Mercury" was accepted in (2) Academy Award Oscar-Qualifying Film Festivals in 2021

Academy Award Oscar-Qualifying Film Festivals are devoted to showcasing the best and brightest short films from around the globe, advancing the careers of filmmakers through screenings, networking events, and various panel and forums. Semi-Finalist in Flickers’ Rhode Island International Film Festival and we were top 20 at the HollyShorts Film Festival which both showcases the top short films produced 40- minutes or less. Categories include Short Animation, Short Live Action, Short Documentary, Music Video, Webisode, Commercials, Youth Film and Digital Microbudget. 

MT. Shasta, June 24, 2019 - My 4th Attempt:

MT. Aconcagua, Feb 13-28, 2019 - My 2nd Attempt: “16 days on the mountain!”

MT. Denali 2018 - My 4th Attempt: “Never Quit Attitude”

Grand Canyon
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Our team’s goal would be for me to cross the Grand Canyon Rim 7 times continuously and set a new world record.


Epic Bill Bradley

Arguably one of the most inspiring versatile extreme endurance athletes in our time, Bill Bradley undertakes the most challenging endurance sporting events in the world. He craves improbable challenges set against nature’s unforgiving scenarios. The average age of an extreme endurance athlete is 35 years old. Bradley, now 61, stands alone yet he continues to take on grueling events around the world and continues to amaze his fans with many completions. 

STAY FIT ODAAT Podcast interview with Bill

By Miguel Reyes

Sponsorship request

We are actively looking for Sponsorship for our many upcoming event schedule in 2022-20023. In our last event “MT Denali 2018”, we garnered over 1.2 million views on (2) of the (6) videos documenting the climb, with a watch time of over 3 minutes per/view on our YouTube channel.