Duathlon Long Course
Park your car at the Transition area in the Running Y parking lots and prep your transitions. You’ll ride a bus to the starting line at Moore Park where you will run from the Tennis Courts on the scenic Klamath RidgeView trail ending at Buck Ridge and then on to the running Y. Trans to your bike to follow the red track shown here and then back to your feet to finish up with the green loop.
1st leg detail. See it on Strava. A 6.8 mile double track, single track and road on the Klamath Ridgeview trail from the tennis courts at Moore Park to Buck Ridge, across Lakeshore drive and through the Running Y to the Transition area.
2nd leg detail. See it on Strava a 30.9km Road ride gaining 513m
3rd leg detail. See it on Strava A 4.8km road run with a 97m elevation gain. This is the same course as the short course running legs
Duathlon Short Course
1st leg detail. On Strava A 4.8km road run with 97m of elevation gain. This is the same course as the 3rd leg.
2nd leg detail. On Strava A 10.3km road run with 175m of Elevation Gain.
3rd leg A 2 km run. This is the same course as the fun run. See purple route in the image below.
5K Run/Walk – One loop around the running course. This will be the same course that both the Short and Long Duathlons use for their third leg.
10K Run/Walk – Two loops around the running course.
Costume and Fun Run/Walk (Children, Families, Pets) Fun loop details on Strava. 1.8km:Distance 31m:Elevation Gain