Pagosa Duathlon 'Do-the-Du'

Date

Start: Saturday, July 13, 2013 @ 7:45 AM (MDT)

Address
Turkey Springs / Monument Park Rd 2699 Turkey Springs Rd
Pagosa Springs , CO 81147
Registration Closing Date

Thursday, July 11, 2013 @ 12:00 PM (MDT)

Organizer's Website

http://pagosaduathlon.com

About This Activity

The premier racing event of Pagosa. Get the ultimate Pagosa Duathlon experience with epic single-track for the trail enthusiast. The Full Duathlon is a 6-mile run, 14-mile mountain bike ride and the Half Duathlon is a 3-mile run, 8-mile bike. You can ‘du’ either race as a two-member team or take them on solo. For our young athletes, we have the Mini-Du with a 1 mile run, 2 mile ride. All participants receive an official race t-shirt, post-race goodies. Special awards for the top 3 finishers.

Directions

From Highway 160 turn onto Piedra Road (CR 600) – follow Piedra Road for 6.3 miles. Turn left (just past cattle guard) onto FS Road 629/Turkey Springs Road. Continue on FS Road 629 for 2.1 miles until reaching Monument Park Road. This junction is the start and finish line, staging and registration area.

Course Information

Race routes integrate some beginner, but mostly intermediate levels of single-track trails, dirt and gravel roads. Bike route is self-supported. The venue of the San Juan National Forest is backcountry racing at its best. Athletes trek through aspen groves, grassy fields, and old logging roads. The courses are sure to test your endurance, speed and ability.

Registration Fees

Full Du: Before June 28 $35 June 29 to Race Day $50 ½-Du: Before June 28 $25 June 29 to Race Day $40 Mini-Du: Entry Fee $10

NOTE

Registration Fees are PER PERSON. If you enter as a team, each team member must register seperately including paying seperate registration fees.

Race routes integrate some beginner, but mostly intermediate levels of single-track trails, dirt and gravel roads. Bike route is self-supported. The venue of the San Juan National Forest is backcountry racing at its best. Athletes trek through aspen groves, grassy fields, and old logging roads. The courses are sure to test your endurance, speed and ability.

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