Sat May 6, 2023 New York, NY 10021 US Directions


945 5th Ave
New York, NY US 10021



Due to unresolved issues between the NYC Parks and the Boathouse owners, the Boathouse and boats are out of service at this time. We are not able to use the boats for relays. We will proceed with the duathlon portion of the race —> RUN, BIKE, AND RUN. You can relegate your disciplines.

The event takes place near the Loeb Boathouse in Central Park, NY. You can review the location of the transition and check-in area either in Apple Maps or Google Maps.
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Central Park is closed to all vehicular traffic on weekends. Driving directions to 945 5th Ave will take you to the nearest street parking. Use the park entrance on 76th Street to walk to the check-in area. 

Start Time: 7:30 am


Unlimited Biking rents quality bikes for all NYTRI 16 races. Check out the various bikes available. They have been providing cyclists with bikes for many years. Allow enough time for necessary adjustments!

Online Registration:
The online registration ends May 5th at 10 am. In-person registration on day-of is $190. The registration is limited to the first 100 competitors. 

Packets will be available on Saturday, May 6th from 6:00 – 7:15 am at the check-in area near the Loeb Boathouse.

Schedule of Events
6:00 – 7:15 am check-in. No numbers will be issued or race packets saved after 7:15.
7:20 am course orientation, final race instructions
7:30 am race starts (rain or shine).
10:00 am course officially closes.


Race Contact Info

If you have any questions about this race, click the button below.

Additional Race Information


As much as we would like to have a row boat relay race on 5/6, we couldn’t secure a guarantee that the boat dock would be open for operation. Instead, we would have a run relay race on the second run.  Participants registered for the relay race would be running as a team for the final time of their entire race.
The race starts and finishes by the Central Park Boat House parking lot. Both Run #1 and #2 is 2.2 miles each, in out/back format. You run along the east side and making a turn around point by the 96th street. No significant elevation gain other than at the beginning you have to run up the Cat's Paw hill.
The bike route consists of riding 2 loops around the entire Central Park drive. As a result of the current construction in the Harlem section of the park, Harlem Hill, we are skipping it. Instead, riders would loop around and to the west side through the 102nd street Traverse. Effectively, you are riding 5 miles per loop, 10 miles in total. The total elevation gain is about 250ft per loop. Is still a challenging route for most athletes.



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