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Saturday June 7, 2014 - Sunday June 8, 2014
Franconia, NH US 03580
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Events for this Race:

Individual Half

Event Date: Sunday June 8, 2014
Start Time: 7:30am
Price: $205.00 Race Fee + $13.30 SignUp Fee +
Registration ends June 2, 2014 @ 12:01pm ET
Registration Starting Registration Ending Price
April 2, 2014 @ 12:01am ET June 2, 2014 @ 12:01pm ET $205.00 Race Fee + $13.30 SignUp Fee What is this?
Event Information
Swim: The swim takes place off the beautiful Echo Lake beach and will be two times along a 6/10 mile rectangle for the half. The half race will have a quick exit to the beach after the first loop, over a timing mat, returning to the water to begin the second loop, for total swim of 1.2 miles. The transition area is a little more than 1/4 mile away in the Peabody Lodge parking lot, so after exiting the water, you’ll jog through the Echo Lake parking area (hard, smooth gravel) and out to Profile Rd. to run along the left side and up to the transition area. We’ll have a changing area just above the beach if you want to strip your wetsuit there and throw on some running shoes. We’ll bag your swim gear there and return it to the transition area for your retrieval at the finish.

Wetsuits: Water temperature is typically in the low 60’s in June, so wetsuits are recommended.

Bike: The 56 mile ride of the half commences with an immediate 3 mile decent over a 10% downgrade to rest those legs after the swim to bike transition. Unlike last year, it will remain along Rt. 18 all the way in to Franconia Village for a left turn on Rt. 116/Easton Rd. From there, the half course’s next 11 miles of Rt. 116 have a couple of easy rollers to a left turn on Rt.112/Lost River Rd. but otherwise it’s fairly even. The next 5 miles of Lost River Rd. take you up an average climb of 2.5% for a gain (some 5-6%) of 670’ to the Beaver Pond scenic turnout where you’ll have an aid and rest station and will turn around to return to Franconia Village. You’ll travel through the woods and open fields of the valley, past Olympic gold winner Bode Miller’s home and along an unbelievably scenic section of the White Mountain National Forest with the Wild Ammonoosuc River and its covered bridges alongside. Once back in Franconia Village, a left turn on to Rt. 18 for another 4.5 miles will take you to Rt. 302 and a right turn to Bethlehem and a 1 mile/4% grade climb to Bethlehem, through town and a pretty fast approach to a right turn to Trudeau Rd. at about mile 47.5. From there, another aid/rest station will be found and about 2 miles of a false flat, but a very easy ride, to Rt. 3, the Daniel Webster Highway that’ll take you through 5 miles of some of the most scenic views in the National Forest. A very easy and gradual ascent over a fantastic roadway. At 54.5 miles, you’ll move on to the bike path of Echo Lake State Park that will return you to Rt.18 Profile Rd., and the transition area at Cannon Mountain.

Bike Course Support: The crew at Littleton Bike & Fitness will be on course to help to get you out of a jam but it’s best to be prepared and equipped to deal with flats on your own if you don’t want to wait.

Bike Aid Stations: Two aid stations with Gatorade, water, gel and other nutritive items will be strategically sited on the bike course.

Run: The run course has been changed from last year and discontinues the section from the scenic vista parking area at Profile Lake to Lafayette Campground. Coming out of transition, you’ll head down the beginning of the fabulous recreation trail of Echo Lake State Park. This first section of about 3/4mi. is a gravel roadway that skirts and passes under some of Cannon’s base chair lifts, with Echo Lake on your left. Shortly thereafter, you’ll pass the famous Tramway of Cannon Mountain and then head down the paved trail toward Profile Lake, through the underpass to an aid station and turnaround at the scenic vista parking to head back to Echo Lake where you’ll run along the other side of the lake on the rec trail to Rt. 18, and a right turn to head to the Governor Gallen Bridge. There, you’ll bear left on to the rec trail again and head back to Rt 18 and return to the Cannon Mountain transition venue and head back out for the second loop of the same course to then return to a raucous finish, slopeside this year, at the Peabody Lodge in the shadow of Cannon Mountain.

Run Aid Stations: Aid stations will be at every mile with Gatorade, water, gel, and other nutritive items on the run course.

Individual Olympic

Event Date: Sunday June 8, 2014
Start Time: 7:30am
Price: $110.00 Race Fee + $7.60 SignUp Fee +
Registration ends June 2, 2014 @ 11:59am ET
Registration Starting Registration Ending Price
April 2, 2014 @ 12:01am ET June 2, 2014 @ 11:59am ET $110.00 Race Fee + $7.60 SignUp Fee What is this?
Event Information
Swim: The swim takes place off the beautiful Echo Lake beach and will be 2x a 750m rectangle, a quick exit to the beach after the first loop, over a timing mat, returning to the water to begin the second loop. The transition area is a little more than 1/4 mile away in the Peabody Lodge parking lot, so after exiting the water, you’ll jog through the Echo Lake parking area (hard, smooth gravel) and out to Profile Rd. to run along the left side and up to the transition area. We’ll have a changing area just above the beach if you want to strip your wetsuit there and throw on some running shoes. We’ll bag your swim gear there and return it to the transition area for your retrieval at the finish.

Wetsuits: Water temperature is typically in the low 60’s in June, so wetsuits are recommended.

Bike: The Olympic ride commences with an immediate 3 mile decent over a 10% downgrade to rest those legs after the swim to bike transition, along Rt. 18 all the way in to Franconia Village for a right turn on to Rt. 142 to head up to the center of Bethlehem where it will join the half course at their Mile 44 for the final 12 miles to conclusion. The 4 miles of Oly course from mile 3.5 to near 8 are mostly 2-3% grades with one good small section of 5%. It is FAST to Franconia Village. In Bethlehem, a right turn on Rt 302 will bring you to pretty fast downhill approach to a right turn to Trudeau Rd. at about mile 47.5. From there, another aid/rest station will be found and about 2 miles of a false flat, but a very easy ride, to Rt. 3, the Daniel Webster Highway that’ll ride you through 5 miles of some of the most scenic views in the National Forest. A very easy and gradual ascent over a fantastic roadway. You’ll move on to the bike path of Echo Lake State Park that will return you to Rt.18 Profile Rd., and the transition area at Cannon Mountain.

Bike Course Support: The crew at Littleton Bike & Fitness will be on course to help to get you out of a jam but it’s best to be prepared and equipped to deal with flats on your own if you don’t want to wait.

Bike Aid Stations: Two aid stations with Gatorade, water, gel and other nutritive items will be strategically sited on the bike course.

Run: Coming out of transition, you’ll head down the beginning of the fabulous recreation trail of Echo Lake State Park. This first section of about 3/4mi. is a gravel roadway that skirts and passes under some of Cannon’s base chair lifts, with Echo Lake on your left. Shortly thereafter, you’ll pass the famous Tramway of Cannon Mountain and then head down the paved trail toward Profile Lake, through the underpass to an aid station and turnaround at the scenic vista parking to head back to Echo Lake where you’ll run along the other side of the lake on the rec trail to Rt. 18, and a right turn to head to the Governor Gallen Bridge. There, you’ll bear left on to the rec trail again and head back to Rt 18 and return to the Cannon Mountain to a raucous finish, slopeside this year, at the Peabody Lodge in the shadow of Cannon Mountain.

Run Aid Stations: Aid stations will be at every mile with Gatorade, water, gel, and other nutritive items on the run course.

Relay Teams Half

Event Date: Sunday June 8, 2014
Start Time: 7:30am
Price: $310.00 Race Fee + $19.60 SignUp Fee +
Registration ends June 7, 2014 @ 12:01pm ET
Registration Starting Registration Ending Price
April 2, 2014 @ 12:01am ET June 7, 2014 @ 12:01pm ET $310.00 Race Fee + $19.60 SignUp Fee What is this?

Group Pricing for Relay Teams Half

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October 2, 2013 @ 12:01am ET - April 1, 2014 @ 11:59pm ET
Relay Teams Half (2 - 3 Registrants): $290.00 Race Fee + $18.40 SignUp Fee What is this?
April 2, 2014 @ 12:01am ET - June 2, 2014 @ 12:01pm ET
Relay Teams Half (2 - 3 Registrants): $310.00 Race Fee + $19.60 SignUp Fee What is this?
Event Information
Teams of two or three for the half relay.

Swim: The swim takes place off the beautiful Echo Lake beach and will be two times along a 6/10 mile rectangle for the half. The half race will have a quick exit to the beach after the first loop, over a timing mat, returning to the water to begin the second loop, for total swim of 1.2 miles. The transition area is a little more than 1/4 mile away in the Peabody Lodge parking lot, so after exiting the water, you’ll jog through the Echo Lake parking area (hard, smooth gravel) and out to Profile Rd. to run along the left side and up to the transition area. We’ll have a changing area just above the beach if you want to strip your wetsuit there and throw on some running shoes. We’ll bag your swim gear there and return it to the transition area for your retrieval at the finish.

Wetsuits: Water temperature is typically in the low 60’s in June, so wetsuits are recommended.

Bike: The 56 mile ride of the half commences with an immediate 3 mile decent over a 10% downgrade to rest those legs after the swim to bike transition. Unlike last year, it will remain along Rt. 18 all the way in to Franconia Village for a left turn on Rt. 116/Easton Rd. From there, the half course’s next 11 miles of Rt. 116 have a couple of easy rollers to a left turn on Rt.112/Lost River Rd. but otherwise it’s fairly even. The next 5 miles of Lost River Rd. take you up an average climb of 2.5% for a gain (some 5-6%) of 670’ to the Beaver Pond scenic turnout where you’ll have an aid and rest station and will turn around to return to Franconia Village. You’ll travel through the woods and open fields of the valley, past Olympic gold winner Bode Miller’s home and along an unbelievably scenic section of the White Mountain National Forest with the Wild Ammonoosuc River and its covered bridges alongside. Once back in Franconia Village, a left turn on to Rt. 18 for another 4.5 miles will take you to Rt. 302 and a right turn to Bethlehem and a 1 mile/4% grade climb to Bethlehem, through town and a pretty fast approach to a right turn to Trudeau Rd. at about mile 47.5. From there, another aid/rest station will be found and about 2 miles of a false flat, but a very easy ride, to Rt. 3, the Daniel Webster Highway that’ll take you through 5 miles of some of the most scenic views in the National Forest. A very easy and gradual ascent over a fantastic roadway. At 54.5 miles, you’ll move on to the bike path of Echo Lake State Park that will return you to Rt.18 Profile Rd., and the transition area at Cannon Mountain.

Bike Course Support: The crew at Littleton Bike & Fitness will be on course to help to get you out of a jam but it’s best to be prepared and equipped to deal with flats on your own if you don’t want to wait.

Bike Aid Stations: Two aid stations with Gatorade, water, gel and other nutritive items will be strategically sited on the bike course.

Run: The run course has been changed from last year and discontinues the section from the scenic vista parking area at Profile Lake to Lafayette Campground. Coming out of transition, you’ll head down the beginning of the fabulous recreation trail of Echo Lake State Park. This first section of about 3/4mi. is a gravel roadway that skirts and passes under some of Cannon’s base chair lifts, with Echo Lake on your left. Shortly thereafter, you’ll pass the famous Tramway of Cannon Mountain and then head down the paved trail toward Profile Lake, through the underpass to an aid station and turnaround at the scenic vista parking to head back to Echo Lake where you’ll run along the other side of the lake on the rec trail to Rt. 18, and a right turn to head to the Governor Gallen Bridge. There, you’ll bear left on to the rec trail again and head back to Rt 18 and return to the Cannon Mountain transition venue and head back out for the second loop of the same course to then return to a raucous finish, slopeside this year, at the Peabody Lodge in the shadow of Cannon Mountain.

Run Aid Stations: Aid stations will be at every mile with Gatorade, water, gel, and other nutritive items on the run course.

Relay Teams Olympic

Event Date: Sunday June 8, 2014
Start Time: 7:30am
Price: $165.00 Race Fee + $10.90 SignUp Fee +
Registration ends June 7, 2014 @ 12:01pm ET
Registration Starting Registration Ending Price
April 2, 2014 @ 12:01am ET June 7, 2014 @ 12:01pm ET $165.00 Race Fee + $10.90 SignUp Fee What is this?

Group Pricing for Relay Teams Olympic

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October 2, 2013 @ 12:01am ET - April 1, 2014 @ 11:59pm ET
Relay Teams Olympic (2 - 3 Registrants): $145.00 Race Fee + $9.70 SignUp Fee What is this?
April 2, 2014 @ 12:01am ET - June 2, 2014 @ 12:01pm ET
Relay Teams Olympic (2 - 3 Registrants): $165.00 Race Fee + $10.90 SignUp Fee What is this?
Event Information
Teams of two or three for the Olympic relay.

Swim: The swim takes place off the beautiful Echo Lake beach and will be 2x a 750m rectangle, a quick exit to the beach after the first loop, over a timing mat, returning to the water to begin the second loop. The transition area is a little more than 1/4 mile away in the Peabody Lodge parking lot, so after exiting the water, you’ll jog through the Echo Lake parking area (hard, smooth gravel) and out to Profile Rd. to run along the left side and up to the transition area. We’ll have a changing area just above the beach if you want to strip your wetsuit there and throw on some running shoes. We’ll bag your swim gear there and return it to the transition area for your retrieval at the finish.

Wetsuits: Water temperature is typically in the low 60’s in June, so wetsuits are recommended.

Bike: The 56 mile ride of the half commences with an immediate 3 mile decent over a 10% downgrade to rest those legs after the swim to bike transition. Unlike last year, it will remain along Rt. 18 all the way in to Franconia Village for a left turn on Rt. 116/Easton Rd. The Olympic course will descend similarly but will divert right on to Rt. 142 to head up to the center of Bethlehem where it will join the half course at their Mile 44 for the final 12 miles to conclusion. The 4 miles of Oly course from mile 3.5 to near 8 are mostly 2-3% grades with one good small section of 5%. It is FAST to Franconia Village. From there, the half course’s next 11 miles of Rt. 116 have a couple of easy rollers to a left turn on Rt.112/Lost River Rd. but otherwise it’s fairly even. The next 5 miles of Lost River Rd. take you up an average climb of 2.5% for a gain of 670’ to the Beaver Pond scenic turnout where you’ll have an aid station and will turn around to return to Franconia Village. You’ll travel through the woods and open fields of the valley, past Olympic gold winner Bode Miller’s home and along an unbelievably scenic section of the White Mountain National Forest with the Wild Ammonoosuc River and its covered bridges alongside. Once back in Franconia Village, a left turn on to Rt. 18 for another 4.5 miles will take you to Rt. 302 and a right turn to Bethlehem and a 1 mile/4% grade climb to Bethlehem, through town and a pretty fast approach to a right turn to Trudeau Rd. at about mile 47.5. From there, another aid station will be found and about 2 miles of a false flat, but a very easy ride, to Rt. 3, the Daniel Webster Highway that’ll ride you through 5 miles of some of the most scenic views in the National Forest. A very easy and gradual ascent over a fantastic roadway. At 54.5 miles, you’ll move on to the bike path of Echo Lake State Park that will return you to Rt.18 Profile Rd., and the transition area at Cannon Mountain.

Bike Course Support: The crew at Littleton Bike & Fitness will be on course to help to get you out of a jam but it’s best to be prepared and equipped to deal with flats on your own if you don’t want to wait.

Bike Aid Stations: Two aid stations with Gatorade, water, gel and other nutritive items will be strategically sited on the bike course.

Run: The run course has been changed from last year and discontinues the section from the scenic vista parking area at Profile Lake to Lafayette Campground. Coming out of transition, you’ll head down the beginning of the fabulous recreation trail of Echo Lake State Park. This first section of about 3/4mi. is a gravel roadway that skirts and passes under some of Cannon’s base chair lifts, with Echo Lake on your left. Shortly thereafter, you’ll pass the famous Tramway of Cannon Mountain and then head down the paved trail toward Profile Lake, through the underpass to an aid station and turnaround at the scenic vista parking to head back to Echo Lake where you’ll run along the other side of the lake on the rec trail to Rt. 18, and a right turn to head to the Governor Gallen Bridge. There, you’ll bear left on to the rec trail again and head back to Rt 18 and return to the Cannon Mountain transition venue area (x2 for half distance) and return to a raucous finish, slopeside this year, at the Peabody Lodge in the shadow of Cannon Mountain.

Run Aid Stations: Aid stations will be at every mile with Gatorade, water, gel, and other nutritive items on the run course.

AquaBike Individual Half

Event Date: Sunday June 8, 2014
Start Time: 7:30am
Price: $150.00 Race Fee + $10.00 SignUp Fee +
Registration ends June 7, 2014 @ 12:01pm ET
Registration Starting Registration Ending Price
April 2, 2014 @ 12:01am ET June 7, 2014 @ 12:01pm ET $150.00 Race Fee + $10.00 SignUp Fee What is this?
Event Information
Swim: The swim takes place off the beautiful Echo Lake beach and will be two times along a 6/10 mile rectangle for the half. The half race will have a quick exit to the beach after the first loop, over a timing mat, returning to the water to begin the second loop, for total swim of 1.2 miles. The transition area is a little more than 1/4 mile away in the Peabody Lodge parking lot, so after exiting the water, you’ll jog through the Echo Lake parking area (hard, smooth gravel) and out to Profile Rd. to run along the left side and up to the transition area. We’ll have a changing area just above the beach if you want to strip your wetsuit there and throw on some running shoes. We’ll bag your swim gear there and return it to the transition area for your retrieval at the finish.

Wetsuits: Water temperature is typically in the low 60’s in June, so wetsuits are recommended.

Bike: The 56 mile ride of the half commences with an immediate 3 mile decent over a 10% downgrade to rest those legs after the swim to bike transition. Unlike last year, it will remain along Rt. 18 all the way in to Franconia Village for a left turn on Rt. 116/Easton Rd. From there, the half course’s next 11 miles of Rt. 116 have a couple of easy rollers to a left turn on Rt.112/Lost River Rd. but otherwise it’s fairly even. The next 5 miles of Lost River Rd. take you up an average climb of 2.5% for a gain (some 5-6%) of 670’ to the Beaver Pond scenic turnout where you’ll have an aid and rest station and will turn around to return to Franconia Village. You’ll travel through the woods and open fields of the valley, past Olympic gold winner Bode Miller’s home and along an unbelievably scenic section of the White Mountain National Forest with the Wild Ammonoosuc River and its covered bridges alongside. Once back in Franconia Village, a left turn on to Rt. 18 for another 4.5 miles will take you to Rt. 302 and a right turn to Bethlehem and a 1 mile/4% grade climb to Bethlehem, through town and a pretty fast approach to a right turn to Trudeau Rd. at about mile 47.5. From there, another aid/rest station will be found and about 2 miles of a false flat, but a very easy ride, to Rt. 3, the Daniel Webster Highway that’ll take you through 5 miles of some of the most scenic views in the National Forest. A very easy and gradual ascent over a fantastic roadway. At 54.5 miles, you’ll move on to the bike path of Echo Lake State Park that will return you to Rt.18 Profile Rd., and the finish area at Cannon Mountain.

Bike Course Support: The crew at Littleton Bike & Fitness will be on course to help to get you out of a jam but it’s best to be prepared and equipped to deal with flats on your own if you don’t want to wait.

Bike Aid Stations: Two aid stations with Gatorade, water, gel and other nutritive items will be strategically sited on the bike course.

AquaBike Individual Olympic

Event Date: Sunday June 8, 2014
Start Time: 7:30am
Price: $80.00 Race Fee + $5.80 SignUp Fee +
Registration ends June 7, 2014 @ 12:01pm ET
Registration Starting Registration Ending Price
April 2, 2014 @ 12:01am ET June 7, 2014 @ 12:01pm ET $80.00 Race Fee + $5.80 SignUp Fee What is this?
Event Information
Swim: The swim takes place off the beautiful Echo Lake beach and will be 2x a 750m rectangle, a quick exit to the beach after the first loop, over a timing mat, returning to the water to begin the second loop. The transition area is a little more than 1/4 mile away in the Peabody Lodge parking lot, so after exiting the water, you’ll jog through the Echo Lake parking area (hard, smooth gravel) and out to Profile Rd. to run along the left side and up to the transition area. We’ll have a changing area just above the beach if you want to strip your wetsuit there and throw on some running shoes. We’ll bag your swim gear there and return it to the transition area for your retrieval at the finish.

Wetsuits: Water temperature is typically in the low 60’s in June, so wetsuits are recommended.

Bike: The 56 mile ride of the half commences with an immediate 3 mile decent over a 10% downgrade to rest those legs after the swim to bike transition. Unlike last year, it will remain along Rt. 18 all the way in to Franconia Village for a left turn on Rt. 116/Easton Rd. The Olympic course will descend similarly but will divert right on to Rt. 142 to head up to the center of Bethlehem where it will join the half course at their Mile 44 for the final 12 miles to conclusion. The 4 miles of Oly course from mile 3.5 to near 8 are mostly 2-3% grades with one good small section of 5%. It is FAST to Franconia Village. From there, the half course’s next 11 miles of Rt. 116 have a couple of easy rollers to a left turn on Rt.112/Lost River Rd. but otherwise it’s fairly even. The next 5 miles of Lost River Rd. take you up an average climb of 2.5% for a gain of 670’ to the Beaver Pond scenic turnout where you’ll have an aid station and will turn around to return to Franconia Village. You’ll travel through the woods and open fields of the valley, past Olympic gold winner Bode Miller’s home and along an unbelievably scenic section of the White Mountain National Forest with the Wild Ammonoosuc River and its covered bridges alongside. Once back in Franconia Village, a left turn on to Rt. 18 for another 4.5 miles will take you to Rt. 302 and a right turn to Bethlehem and a 1 mile/4% grade climb to Bethlehem, through town and a pretty fast approach to a right turn to Trudeau Rd. at about mile 47.5. From there, another aid station will be found and about 2 miles of a false flat, but a very easy ride, to Rt. 3, the Daniel Webster Highway that’ll ride you through 5 miles of some of the most scenic views in the National Forest. A very easy and gradual ascent over a fantastic roadway. At 54.5 miles, you’ll move on to the bike path of Echo Lake State Park that will return you to Rt.18 Profile Rd., and the transition area at Cannon Mountain.

Bike Course Support: The crew at Littleton Bike & Fitness will be on course to help to get you out of a jam but it’s best to be prepared and equipped to deal with flats on your own if you don’t want to wait.

Bike Aid Stations: Two aid stations with Gatorade, water, gel and other nutritive items will be strategically sited on the bike course.

AquaBike Relay Half

Event Date: Sunday June 8, 2014
Start Time: 7:30am
Price: $185.00 Race Fee + $12.10 SignUp Fee +
Registration ends June 7, 2014 @ 12:01pm ET
Registration Starting Registration Ending Price
April 2, 2014 @ 12:01am ET June 7, 2014 @ 12:01pm ET $185.00 Race Fee + $12.10 SignUp Fee What is this?

Group Pricing for AquaBike Relay Half

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October 2, 2013 @ 12:01am ET - April 1, 2014 @ 11:59pm ET
AquaBike Relay Half (2 Registrants): $165.00 Race Fee + $10.90 SignUp Fee What is this?
April 2, 2014 @ 12:01am ET - June 2, 2014 @ 12:01pm ET
AquaBike Relay Half (2 Registrants): $185.00 Race Fee + $12.10 SignUp Fee What is this?
Event Information
Teams of two for the AquaBike half relay.
Swim: The swim takes place off the beautiful Echo Lake beach and will be two times along a 6/10 mile rectangle for the half. The half race will have a quick exit to the beach after the first loop, over a timing mat, returning to the water to begin the second loop, for total swim of 1.2 miles. The transition area is a little more than 1/4 mile away in the Peabody Lodge parking lot, so after exiting the water, you’ll jog through the Echo Lake parking area (hard, smooth gravel) and out to Profile Rd. to run along the left side and up to the transition area. We’ll have a changing area just above the beach if you want to strip your wetsuit there and throw on some running shoes. We’ll bag your swim gear there and return it to the transition area for your retrieval at the finish.

Wetsuits: Water temperature is typically in the low 60’s in June, so wetsuits are recommended.

Bike: The 56 mile ride of the half commences with an immediate 3 mile decent over a 10% downgrade to rest those legs after the swim to bike transition. Unlike last year, it will remain along Rt. 18 all the way in to Franconia Village for a left turn on Rt. 116/Easton Rd. From there, the half course’s next 11 miles of Rt. 116 have a couple of easy rollers to a left turn on Rt.112/Lost River Rd. but otherwise it’s fairly even. The next 5 miles of Lost River Rd. take you up an average climb of 2.5% for a gain (some 5-6%) of 670’ to the Beaver Pond scenic turnout where you’ll have an aid and rest station and will turn around to return to Franconia Village. You’ll travel through the woods and open fields of the valley, past Olympic gold winner Bode Miller’s home and along an unbelievably scenic section of the White Mountain National Forest with the Wild Ammonoosuc River and its covered bridges alongside. Once back in Franconia Village, a left turn on to Rt. 18 for another 4.5 miles will take you to Rt. 302 and a right turn to Bethlehem and a 1 mile/4% grade climb to Bethlehem, through town and a pretty fast approach to a right turn to Trudeau Rd. at about mile 47.5. From there, another aid/rest station will be found and about 2 miles of a false flat, but a very easy ride, to Rt. 3, the Daniel Webster Highway that’ll take you through 5 miles of some of the most scenic views in the National Forest. A very easy and gradual ascent over a fantastic roadway. At 54.5 miles, you’ll move on to the bike path of Echo Lake State Park that will return you to Rt.18 Profile Rd., and the finish area at Cannon Mountain.

Bike Course Support: The crew at Littleton Bike & Fitness will be on course to help to get you out of a jam but it’s best to be prepared and equipped to deal with flats on your own if you don’t want to wait.

Bike Aid Stations: Two aid stations with Gatorade, water, gel and other nutritive items will be strategically sited on the bike course.

AquaBike Relay Olympic

Event Date: Sunday June 8, 2014
Start Time: 7:30am
Price: $150.00 Race Fee + $10.00 SignUp Fee +
Registration ends June 7, 2014 @ 12:01pm ET
Registration Starting Registration Ending Price
April 2, 2014 @ 12:01am ET June 7, 2014 @ 12:01pm ET $150.00 Race Fee + $10.00 SignUp Fee What is this?

Group Pricing for AquaBike Relay Olympic

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October 2, 2013 @ 12:01am ET - April 1, 2014 @ 11:59pm ET
AquaBike Relay Olympic (2 Registrants): $135.00 Race Fee + $9.10 SignUp Fee What is this?
April 2, 2014 @ 12:01am ET - June 2, 2014 @ 12:01pm ET
AquaBike Relay Olympic (2 Registrants): $150.00 Race Fee + $10.00 SignUp Fee What is this?
Event Information
Teams of two for the AquaBike Olympic relay.
Swim: The swim takes place off the beautiful Echo Lake beach and will be 2x a 750m rectangle, a quick exit to the beach after the first loop, over a timing mat, returning to the water to begin the second loop. The transition area is a little more than 1/4 mile away in the Peabody Lodge parking lot, so after exiting the water, you’ll jog through the Echo Lake parking area (hard, smooth gravel) and out to Profile Rd. to run along the left side and up to the transition area. We’ll have a changing area just above the beach if you want to strip your wetsuit there and throw on some running shoes. We’ll bag your swim gear there and return it to the transition area for your retrieval at the finish.

Wetsuits: Water temperature is typically in the low 60’s in June, so wetsuits are recommended.

Bike: The 56 mile ride of the half commences with an immediate 3 mile decent over a 10% downgrade to rest those legs after the swim to bike transition. Unlike last year, it will remain along Rt. 18 all the way in to Franconia Village for a left turn on Rt. 116/Easton Rd. The Olympic course will descend similarly but will divert right on to Rt. 142 to head up to the center of Bethlehem where it will join the half course at their Mile 44 for the final 12 miles to conclusion. The 4 miles of Oly course from mile 3.5 to near 8 are mostly 2-3% grades with one good small section of 5%. It is FAST to Franconia Village. From there, the half course’s next 11 miles of Rt. 116 have a couple of easy rollers to a left turn on Rt.112/Lost River Rd. but otherwise it’s fairly even. The next 5 miles of Lost River Rd. take you up an average climb of 2.5% for a gain of 670’ to the Beaver Pond scenic turnout where you’ll have an aid station and will turn around to return to Franconia Village. You’ll travel through the woods and open fields of the valley, past Olympic gold winner Bode Miller’s home and along an unbelievably scenic section of the White Mountain National Forest with the Wild Ammonoosuc River and its covered bridges alongside. Once back in Franconia Village, a left turn on to Rt. 18 for another 4.5 miles will take you to Rt. 302 and a right turn to Bethlehem and a 1 mile/4% grade climb to Bethlehem, through town and a pretty fast approach to a right turn to Trudeau Rd. at about mile 47.5. From there, another aid station will be found and about 2 miles of a false flat, but a very easy ride, to Rt. 3, the Daniel Webster Highway that’ll ride you through 5 miles of some of the most scenic views in the National Forest. A very easy and gradual ascent over a fantastic roadway. At 54.5 miles, you’ll move on to the bike path of Echo Lake State Park that will return you to Rt.18 Profile Rd., and the transition area at Cannon Mountain.

Bike Course Support: The crew at Littleton Bike & Fitness will be on course to help to get you out of a jam but it’s best to be prepared and equipped to deal with flats on your own if you don’t want to wait.

Bike Aid Stations: Two aid stations with Gatorade, water, gel and other nutritive items will be strategically sited on the bike course.

Offroad Sprint Triathlon

Event Date: Saturday June 7, 2014
Start Time: 7:30am
Price: $80.00 Race Fee + $5.80 SignUp Fee +
Registration ends June 2, 2014 @ 11:59am ET
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April 2, 2014 @ 12:01am ET June 2, 2014 @ 11:59am ET $80.00 Race Fee + $5.80 SignUp Fee What is this?

Offroad Sprint/ Olympic Bundle

Includes the following events: Individual Olympic and Offroad Sprint Triathlon
Event Date: Saturday June 7, 2014
Start Time: 7:30am
Price: $162.00 Race Fee + $10.72 SignUp Fee +
Registration ends June 2, 2014 @ 11:59am ET
Registration Starting Registration Ending Price
April 2, 2014 @ 12:01am ET June 2, 2014 @ 11:59am ET $162.00 Race Fee + $10.72 SignUp Fee What is this?

Offroad Sprint/ Half Bundle

Includes the following events: Individual Half and Offroad Sprint Triathlon
Event Date: Saturday June 7, 2014
Start Time: 7:30am
Price: $243.00 Race Fee + $15.58 SignUp Fee +
Registration ends June 2, 2014 @ 11:59am ET
Registration Starting Registration Ending Price
April 2, 2014 @ 12:01am ET June 2, 2014 @ 11:59am ET $243.00 Race Fee + $15.58 SignUp Fee What is this?

Offroad Sprint Relay

Event Date: Saturday June 7, 2014
Start Time: 7:30am
Price: $100.00 Race Fee + $7.00 SignUp Fee +
Registration ends June 2, 2014 @ 11:59am ET
Registration Starting Registration Ending Price
April 2, 2014 @ 12:01am ET June 2, 2014 @ 11:59am ET $100.00 Race Fee + $7.00 SignUp Fee What is this?

Group Pricing for Offroad Sprint Relay

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October 2, 2013 @ 12:01am ET - April 1, 2014 @ 11:59pm ET
Relay Teams Offroad Sprint (2 - 3 Registrants): $85.00 Race Fee + $6.10 SignUp Fee What is this?
April 2, 2014 @ 12:01am ET - June 2, 2014 @ 12:01pm ET
Relay Teams Offroad Sprint (2 - 3 Registrants): $100.00 Race Fee + $7.00 SignUp Fee What is this?
Place
9 Franconia Notch Pkwy
Franconia, NH US 03580
Description

The White Mountains Triathlons are excited to announce an exciting weekend of racing in 2014. A new and improved half iron distance layout and Olympic distance course to boot! Taking place over the weekend of June 7-8, the weekend will kick off with a short course, off-road tri race on Saturday from the waters of Echo Lake and along the trails near Cannon Mountain. Warm your legs up for the Olympic event the next day, or if perhaps you’re super tough and are inclined to couple it with the half, go for it AND race both days for 15% OFF when you bundle the events. The half iron distance and Olympic distance events will run coincidentally on Sunday June 8, and will take place in and throughout Franconia Notch State Park and the White Mountain National Forest. A more magnificent and awe inspiring venue for a race cannot be found! Swim in the crystalline waters of the Notch’s Echo Lake, ride among the fields and forests of the valley region, and along the rocky path of the Wild Ammonusuc River, and through the majesty of the woods of the White Mountain National Forest. Our infamous “King of the Mountain” cash awards will be made once again for the best climbers among men and women on a pre-selected ascent. Experience a two loop half marathon run over the fabulous paved recreation trail that winds its way from Cannon Mountain down by Echo Lake, by the Cannon Mountain Tramway, adjacent to Profile Lake and onward through the woods and back again. The scenery of the Notch is unmatched anywhere in New England and will provide those athletes headed to either IM70.3 Mont Tremblant two weeks hence or Lake Placid in July with the best tune-up event that can be found nearby.

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