More Days – More options
Our Kingdom Triathlon series continues to grow. Challenging for the highest level of triathletes. But, fun and accessible to all ages and all abilities. Run on a variety of terrains making use of some of the most pristine waters in North America. Our Willy Youth Tri and the Echo Lake Road Race & Swim are youth friendly and great for families. Our Aquaman will challenge the very strongest of triathletes. Our Willoughby Tri is looking to be a classic. Here’s the line up:
Willoughby Tri – July 23, 2016 – Westmore, VT
13 mile bike on logging roads on Bartlett Mountain followed by a 1.2 mile swim from South Beach to Devil’s Rock and back and then a 2.6 mile trail run up to a finish on the top of Mount Pisgah. Will we be able to offer fresh, steamed corn at the Top? Won’t know till you get there.
Willy Youth Tri – July 23, 2016 – Westmore, VT
This youth triathlon is run on the afternoon of the Willoughby Tri (which is run in the morning) It is a 100 yard swim in shallow water, a 3 mile bike ending at the Mount Pisgah trailhead, and a 1 mile trail run up to a finish at Pulpit Rock. Parents are welcome to do this with their kids.
Aquaman Even-Up – Ollie Even-Up – Sprint – August 5, 2016 – Derby and Morgan, VT
The distances say it all with the Aquaman. A 13.1 mile run (standard half iron distance) a 34 mile bike and a 3.5 mile swim. Designed so that strong athletes would spend about 1.5 hours on each leg. The Ollie is also an even up: 1.75 mile swim, 15 mile bike, and 10 K run. If you are a triathlete who is also a strong swimmer, this is the race for you. And then there’s The Sprint, a longstanding favorite. 500 yard swim, 13 mile bike, and 5 mile run. Brings out the jack rabbit in the best of us.
Echo Lake Road Race & Swim – August 27, 2016 – East Charleston, VT
This has been a classic running and biking event on dirt roads around Echo Lake for 22 years. In 2014 we split them to hold the run in the morning and the bike in the afternoon. We added a swim on Sunday and created a stage triathlon opportunity. It’s a blast. Kid friendly and family friendly, this one. And the water in Echo Lake is pristine. 5 or 10 mile run. 5 or 10 mile bike. 1 or 3 mile swim. Create your own custom designed triathlon and have some fun. Do one leg or do them all.