These legendary triathlons have grown with the sport while staying true to their roots. Secure your slot in one of these tried-and-true races and find out what keeps triathletes coming back year after year.
This is a great strength-building course, perfect as a tune-up for longer races. First-time triathletes will enjoy a swim in the spring-fed Lake Quassapaug, a challenging bike around beautiful scenery, and a quick run to finish the day right. Read MoreRegister Today
Enjoy the rolling bike course of the Sister Lakes Triathlon as you race through some of the best scenery in the Midwest. And the run course takes you through residential areas around Big Crooked Lake, which attracts the locals to cheer you on as you fly by. Read MoreRegister Today
2012 marks the 23rd year of the Vineman, making it the oldest independent full-distance triathlon in the U.S. And there's good reason—athletes will swim 2.4 miles, bike 112 miles and run 26.2 miles through Sonoma's beautiful wine country. Read MoreRegister Today
This will be the 15th year for the Granite Bay Triathlon, often called "California's toughest sprint tri." But don't be discouraged—it has a beautiful course, awards five deep in each five-year age group, plus a free massage after the race. Read MoreRegister Today