Join us for the USAT Soaring Eagle Duathlon 10-mile road bike up and down Duthie Hill and around King County. Great early season event for Tri Duathlon season. The event starts at the Trail Head at Soaring Eagle Park Trossachs Boulevard and SE 9th Way Sammamish Washington. There is plenty of street parking. Portable potties will be provided. The event starts promptly at 8 am with the 10-mile road bike, Mass Start along Trossachs Boulevard through flashing red lights (police officer) and continues down Duthie Hill to SR202 then on to rural gentle rolling hills to the climb up Duthie Hill and back down. This challenging course is one for your bucket list. The course is a lollipop course. The event starts promptly at 8 am with the 10 mile bike followed by the 4.3 mile Trail run through Soaring Eagle Park. All registered athletes get a custom designed T-Shirt and all finishers receive authentic Soaring Eagle USAT Duathlon Finisher Medallion.
Event details and schedule
The race starts promptly at 8 am at the Soaring Eagle Trail Head on the road (bike). The 10 mile road bike goes to the street intersection where the traffic officer will get you across the intersection (straight). You finish the same route with officer getting back on to Trossachs boulevard where you will dismount and rack your bike. The run course is through the scenic Soaring Eagle Park 4.3 miles in length. Once you rack your bike and got your bike and bike/run transition times you are off to an exciting journey through the enchanted forests of the Soaring Eagle where you may encounter black bears, a barred owl or sometimes a great horned owls. It is an open course so please respect the hikers on the route if any. The bike is also open to traffic. The course will be well marked. Safety briefing Friday June 7, 2024, 5 pm. It is recorded so please listen to the 10 minute clip for important safety issues and warnings such as wet surfaces and turns on to major SR 202 and to study map before taking on the Duthie Hill Beast (up hill)! It is an exciting course and frequented by many Seattle Triathletes, runners and Duathloners. God Speed!