Triathlon Clubs


WB Tri Team

125 E. Mountain St.
Glendale, California 91207


Club President: Doug Maxfield
Board Member(s): Yes, Their Names - Mary Kane, Chris Andrew, Lara Klingman, Stephanie Rubalcava, Lisa Rosenberger, Sean Leonard, Dave Gatlin, Jake Gilbert, Rick Shar, Debra Estes, Shanon Muir, Mara Levin
Total Membership: 135
Club Dues: $45 per year

General Information

Club Info: Club Mission Statement:

Our mission is to assist multi-sport athletes of all ages and abilities to achieve their personal athletic goals in an encouraging, positive and fun atmosphere. We wish to improve the visibility and further the sport of triathlon in the community by providing a network of information, support, services and training.

What you get with membership:

Swim clinics, designed to help develop your stroke and pacing. Organized runs to improve form, condition muscles and lower risk of injury. Bike rides to work on proper technique and learn the rules of the road. Demonstrations will also be held periodically, teaching members how to work on and maintain their bike.

Clinics and workouts are designed to accommodate all skill levels and will provide those who participate, access to a wealth of knowledge and expertise, touching on the most critical aspects of our sport.

In addition, members also have access to our website, where you can find everything from upcoming workouts and social gatherings to local sponsors who offer team discounts, to links…

Each team member will receive a fitted WB Tri Team jersey.
Club Sponsors: WB Fitness Center, Tri-Life Coaching
Club Discounts: We get discounts at Helen's Bike Shop, SM, Bicycle John"s, Burbank, Runner's Circle, LA.
Directions to Workouts & Meeting Location(s): See our website for workout details & locations.
Club Workout Schedule: See our website for workout details & locations.
Club Meetings & Events Schedule: In the begining of each year we have an annual club meeting. See website for details.
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maryssmile at December 7, 2010 10:30 AM