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Athletes who completed 3 or more races in the Sierra Cascades series of multisport events earned extra swag!
2021 triple threat athletes earned a tripple threat gym bag.
Stay tuned for special swag in 2022
What will you find at the Huntington Lake triathlon?
+ Finisher's Medal
+ Event T-Shirt
+ Pancake breakfast
+ Rosa Brother's Chocolate Milk
+ Prizes and Giveaways
+ Complimentary Race Photos
The Huntington Lake Triathlon is a fun and challenging race in an incredible location in Lakeshore, CA near the China Peak Resort. This event features a lake swim in Huntington Lake, a challenging road bike course, and a ‘high altitude’ run, which is part trail and part paved, finishes the race. Each athlete registered for the Huntington Lake Triathlon will receive a custom t-shirt, athlete goody bag, swim cap, post-race meal, and be eligible for raffle prizes and race awards three-deep in each division. Take the weekend and come up and enjoy this fun event with your family.
A USAT membership is required for the Triathlon, (but not the 5k/10k) If you do not have one, you can purchase one during the registration process.
There is a $10 vehicle entrance fee. We recommend car pooling if possible.
All athletes have a choice of a long sleeve or singlet.
2021 Shirt shown below. 2022 design coming soon.
Third spinning medal in our 2021 race series.
4 inches wide with a spinning ram.
If you are not ready to race in person you can still join your team and race virtual! Virtual athletes are eligible for the Triple Threat series swag!
4:00pm - 6:00pm Packet Pickup at Break the Barriers
There is a regatta most Saturdays and Sundays at Huntington when there is water. We expect a busy weekend.
Parking is available in the parking lot by the Transition area. This area is operated by CLM and has a $10 per vehicle parking fee.
Parking is also available at the China Peak Mountain Resort with a bus running from 6:15am to 8:00am and 9:30am to 11:00am. Early bike drop is available on Friday 4pm-8pm for those that wish to park at China Peak and ride the bus to the race start. If you would like to use the bus option for race morning but plan to arrive after 8pm please contact the race to make arrangements for a late check in and packet pickup. Late check in will be by appointment only.
Your safety is our highest concern at the race.
Q: Is the race USAT Sanctioned?
A: Yes! Our race incorporates USAT, CDC, and FCHD recommendations for a safe return to racing and is still USAT Sanctioned.
Q: What is the water temperature at Huntington Lake.?
A: The water temperature is typically 62-67F. The race is expected to be wetsuit legal.
Q: Is there early packet pickup?
A: Yes, we have a packet pickup on Thursday, June 17th. See the packet pick up section for more details. This will be a drive up style pick up with limited contact. Packet Pickup will also be at the venue on the day before and the day of the event. To reduce contact at packet pick up there will be no in person race day registration and online registration will remain open until the start of the race. Please contact us if you have any issues with registration.
Q: What is your refund policy if I am sick?
A: If an athlete has a fever, suspects Covid symptoms, or has been in contact with someone with Covid-19 we encourage them to stay home. Athletes can defer, transfer their registration to another race, or opt to receive swag and race as a "virtual" upon request.
If you have any questions about this race, click the button below.
This event is hosted by the Activitynut Foundation, Inc.; a non-profit 501(c)3 who's mission is to connect athletes with local events, clubs, coaching and local stores. We maintain a race calendar listing local events at http://activitynut.org/localevents/
Join Activitynut Club (free membership), and get 15% off of this and other events hosted by Activitynut.
You can make arrangements to meet him the day before the event at the venue, or visit his office in Scott's Valley.
Rent a Blueseventy Full Reaction in your size. Flat Rates: $30 for 1 day, $40 for 2-5 days, $60 for 6-12 days, $80 for 1 month. Scotts Valley pick-up. Reserve a pick-up time.
Used Triathlon Gear
On a budget? We have a limited selection of second hand triathlon gear on our Ebay Store. Order online and have it shipped or buy online and pick-up from our office.
Author Russell Koop began his journey in triathlon in 1999, with an Olympic distance race. Since then, he has participated in approximately seventy-five races and completed eight marathons, four half-marathons, and dozens of 10ks an 5ks. This is his first book about the triathlon experience...
Curt is the kind of amateur athlete who plays it safe on the baseball field. Unfortunately, that attitude isn’t enough to prevent a sidelining injury. Sarah is a college swimmer who is contemplating what to do with her life after graduation. Matt is a physical therapist who trains for cycle races in his spare time. Angie is a busy wife and mother who has just learned her husband has been having an affair. Even though these four couldn’t be any more different, they are about to have more in common than they think.
As Curt, Sarah, Matt, and Angie are exposed to the world of triathlons in varied ways, they each decide to train for and compete in their first race, soon immersing themselves in a competitive environment where only the fittest—both mentally and physically—survive. As the years pass and races accumulate, they all reach a crossroads where they contemplate whether there is more. Although they have their own reasons for doing so, all four decide to attempt the Ironman triathlon and prove once and for all whether they have what it takes to achieve the ultimate goal.
In this tale of courage, perseverance, and raw determination, four triathletes are led on a journey through the world of competitive races to eventually try to complete the Ironman triathlon. [get your copy here]
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