Lifetime Fitness Indoor Tri

Centennial, Colorado Springs, Westminster

 

The indoor triathlon is based on time rather than distance — meaning you receive points for going further in a specific period of time, not going faster over a fixed distance. The total event lasts for 75 minutes, consisting of:

  • Swim: 10 minutes in the pool
  • Transition 1: 10-minutes (move from the pool to cycle studio)
  • Bike: 30 minutes on an indoor bike
  • Transition 2: 5-minutes  (move from the cycle studio to treadmills)
  • Run: 20 minutes on a treadmill

New in 2019: Indoor Triathlon Relay Division!
Not quite ready to do it all? Grab your friends and form an Indoor Tri Relay Team!  What better way to get involved, have a great workout while cheering on your teammates to victory! The cumulative distance covered by your swimmer (10 min. swim), cyclist (30 min. bike)  and runner (20 min run) will rank your team in the new Relay Division.  Creative team names are highly encouraged!

 

Event details and registration here

Longmont Try-a-Tri

Longmont

 

Are you new to the sport of Triathlon, recovering from injuries, just getting into shape, learning how to swim, bike, and run (all together or learning a new skill), and a full sprint distance triathlon would be a bit too much? Then, the Longmont Try-a-Tri (super-sprint triathlon distance) is the right Triathlon for you to take on!

The Longmont Try-a-Tri is not about what place you finish in, it is about having fun while finishing a TRIATHLON!

Distances:

  • Swim – 200 yards
  • Bike – 4.5 miles – 3x around the bike course
  • Run – 2K (1.2 miles) – an out and back course on the side walk and bike path

 

Event details and registration here

 

*To the best of our abilities, this information is correct. Please check the event website for the most accurate information.

Longmont Try-a-Tri

Longmont

 

Are you new to the sport of Triathlon, recovering from injuries, just getting into shape, learning how to swim, bike, and run (all together or learning a new skill), and a full sprint distance triathlon would be a bit too much? Then, the Longmont Try-a-Tri (super-sprint triathlon distance) is the right Triathlon for you to take on!

The Longmont Try-a-Tri is not about what place you finish in, it is about having fun while finishing a TRIATHLON!

Distances:

  • Swim – 200 yards
  • Bike – 4.5 miles – 3x around the bike course
  • Run – 2K (1.2 miles) – an out and back course on the side walk and bike path

 

Event details and registration here

 

*To the best of our abilities, this information is correct. Please check the event website for the most accurate information.

South Suburban TRYathlon

Centennial

 

This is the perfect starting point to try a triathlon.  Events will take place inside the Goodson Recreation Center on the running track, spinning bikes, and swimming pool.  Distances will be recorded after each event during the 5 minute transitions.  Each participant will receive a towel with registration, along with a certificate at the completion of the race with the distances covered during each event.

This race is about completion, not competition; therefore, no individual winners will be awarded.  All athletic levels are welcome.  The only prerequisite is that you must be able to swim unassisted in deep water.  Ages 14 – Adults.

 

Event details and registration here