Date: June 9, 2019 Race Type: Triathlon Bike Surface: Road Drafting rules:? Non-drafting Kids Race? *NOT* a kids' race Course: 1.2 mile swim, 56 mile bike, 0 mile run Start: 7:00 AM Location: Ada, Michigan Address: 843 Thornapple River Dr. SE Contact: 616-292-0728 | firstname.lastname@example.org Individual Price: $265 Team Price: N/A
Date: June 9, 2019 Course: 1.2 mile swim, 56 mile bike, 0 mile run Location: Ada, Michigan Address: 843 Thornapple River Dr. SE
Registration fees included or disclosed up front?: Not specified whether registration/convenience fees are added. Course Info: The Grand Rapids Triathlon is known for its flat, fast course. It's ideal for the new and experienced triathlete alike. It's the largest independent triathlon in Michigan and offers a Sprint, Olympic and Half Iron, each with a separate transition area to give you a small race feel.
The event starts with a beautiful swim in the lake-like Thornapple River (virtually no current,) continues onto a flat country-road bike course.
More: The Grand Rapids Triathlon is the largest independent triathlon and proud host of five USAT National Championships over the course of our nine-year history. While our event brings in some of the best athletes from across the country, we have also been named one of the Top 5 Best Triathlons for Beginners in the country according to Triathlon Business International. This triathlon event is a chance for athletes of all skill levels to compete on a scenic riverside course, perfect for the novice through the seasoned triathlete. Offering Sprint, Olympic, and Half distance Triathlons, Aquabike and Relay events, this USA Triathlon sanctioned event promises heart-pounding excitement from start to the finish. Hope to see you all on June 9, 2019!
Directions: Take M-21 from Grand Rapids to Downtown Ada
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