6 Early-Season Time Trials
Get the season started in exciting fashion with a thrilling race against the clock. Here are six time trials that test your speed and endurance.
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Honolulu, Hawaii – March 4
This 12-mile time trial starts at Maunaili Elementary School and goes mostly along Oahu’s east coast before finishing in famous Hanauma Bay Park. Last year’s winner finished in 26:14, averaging 27.67 miles per hour. Learn More
Willowbrook, Illinois – March 18
This unique event pits 2-person teams against each other in a unique indoor showdown, which allows drafting on the 12.48-mile computerized course to add strategy to the equation. Average finish time is 33 minutes. Learn More
Fayetteville, Arkansas – April 7
As part of the Iron Pig Festival, which includes running events, this time trial is a 16.5-mile loop. Aero bars are permitted in all categories except for the non-aero Eddy Merckx division. Learn More
New Boston, Michigan – April 28
This 6-lap course totals 13.2 miles, and there's a 250-participant maximum. Categories include individual, tandem and open (handcycle) divisions, and the event is part of the Michigan Challenge Points Series. Learn More
La Crosse, Wisconsin – May 5
Part of the weekend's festivities includes the Grandad's Uphill Cycling time trial, a 2.4-mile uphill climb up Grandad Bluff with 600 feet of elevation gain. Learn More
Springfield, Ohio – May 5
This time trial is a test of your endurance. Choose between a 50-mile or 100-mile time trial. Can you make your way into the event's time trial record book? Read More