Patagonia Lake TriathlonPatagonia, Arizona - November 2, 2013 1 of 11
This Olympic-distance tri has a 1,500-meter swim in scenic Lake Patagonia, a 24.6-mile bike ride and a 10K run. Patagonia Lake is open year-round for swimmers to get training in, and a pre-race bike ride on the challenging course is encouraged as well. Get $5 off with the discount code TRIME.
TriLanai Offroad Sprint TriathlonHulopoe Beach Park, Hawaii - November 2, 2013 2 of 11
One of the least-visited Hawaiian islands is nonetheless full of beauty, and it's all on display here. After a half-mile swim in a marine preserve in Hulopoe Bay, a 10-mile mountain bike ride and 3-mle run will explore the mostly rural island.
Bayfront Challenge TriathlonHomestead, Florida - November 3, 2013 3 of 11
Olympic and sprint triathlons both start with a swim at Homestead Bayfront Park and Marina, then go on bike routes that are frequented by Miami-area pro triathletes. The run offers views of Biscayne Bay and Biscayne National Park.
ODU TriathlonNorfolk, Virginia - November 3, 2013 4 of 11
Tour Old Dominion University's charming campus with this super-sprint triathlon. It starts with a 400-yard snake swim in the recreation center pool, followed by six loops of a 1-mile bike course, and then a 5K through the ODU campus.
Brooklyn TriathlonNew York, New York - November 10, 2013 5 of 11
This inaugural event takes place at Coney Island. It starts with an ocean swim, bikes through Brooklyn and runs along the famous boardwalk before finishing at MCU Park, home of the Brooklyn Cyclones minor league baseball team. Sprint and Olympic-distance races are offered.
Miami Man TriathlonMiami, Florida - November 10, 2013 6 of 11
An award-winning triathlon in nearly perfect weather (average high of 79 in November), Miami Man explores South Florida in scenic style. The race finishes with a run through Zoo Miami, one of the country's best zoos. Both 70.3 and Olympic-distance races are offered.
HITS Lake HavasuLake Havasu City, Arizona - November 10, 2013 7 of 11
Take your racing fitness straight into fall at this scenic Southwest event. Ideal water temps and wide open space help provide a positive experience to wrap up the race season. And with five courses to choose from, there really is a distance for everyone. (Photo: JAS Sport Photography)
Rev3 FloridaVenice, Florida - November 10, 2013 8 of 11
The race starts with a swim in the Gulf of Mexico near the world-famous Sharky's on the Pier off Venice Beach, then bikes through downtown Venice and runs alongside the Venetian Waterway Trail. A 70.3 race and an Olympic-distance race are offered, showcasing one of Florida's favorite towns.
Lavaman KeauhouWaikoloa, Hawaii - November 24 9 of 11
Taking place on the west coast of the Big Island (north of Kona), the Lavaman Keauhou has a 1,500-meter swim in the Pacific Ocean starting at Keauhou Bay, with water temperatures around 80 degrees. The swim is followed by a 26.7-mile bike ride and a 10K run.
Turkey TriathlonSan Dimas, California - November 24, 2013 10 of 11
A half-mile lake swim, 14-mile bike course and 4.5-mile run are the perfect way to burn off your Thanksgiving feast. Make it a family affair and sign up your kids for the Pumpkin Pie Duathlon.