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Additional race information can be found at http://www.delawarevalleyduathlon.com.
The goal for this race is to produce a premier regional event. For the first two years this race was the regional Duathlon Championship, drawing the top multi sport athletes in the area. The event would be held early in the multisport season to capitalize on the needs of the multisport athlete to test their conditioning before the waters were warm enough to swim. In 2012 former Duathlon World Champion and former local pro triathlete Todd Wiley took over the race from Johnny King-Marino as Race Director. In 2013 we decided to change the name from the Doylestown Duathlon to the Delaware Valley Duathlon to hopefully give the race a more regional feel. This race is a great way to start your season and see where your training and fitness is. The course is perfect for all abilities and will give you a true test on the rolling course.
PLEASE READ CAREFULLY!
After March 20 entry fees are non-refundable and non-transferable. You may not roll your entry over to another year or transfer, sell or give it to another person if you are unable to run. This policy applies to all entrants and is in effect whether you are injured, have an unexpected family/business emergency, have a medical emergency, or if the event is cancelled because of weather, natural disaster or other unforeseen circumstances. There are NO exceptions.
The Delaware Valley Duathlon is sanctioned by USA Triathlon therefor the race will follow USAT’s rules. You can review the rules here.
Saturday April 27 –
7:00 am -Transition Area Opens
7:00 am – 8:20 am: Race Day Packet Pick-Up, Race Day registration
8:30 am – Mandatory Pre-race Meeting
8:45 am – Transition area closes
9:00 am First Wave
Top 3 Overall Male/Female
Top Masters Male/Female
Top 3 in both Male and Female age groups
19 and under, 20-24, 25-29, 30-34, 35-39, 40-44, 45-49, 50-54, 55-59, 60-64, 65-69, 70+
Hampton Inn Hotel. (215) 536-7779. www.hamptoninn.com. 1915 John Fries Highway, Quakertown, PA 18951.
Comfort Inn & Suites. (215) 538-3000. www.comfortinn.com 1905 John Fries Highway, Quakertown, PA 18951
Lake Nockamixon State Park – 1540 Mountview Rd Quakertown, PA
Parking will be in lots 1 and 2, over flow/extra parking in Lot 7
Transition area, start/finish line will be in parking lot 3
If you have any questions about this race, click the button below.
5k run – 25k bike(15.5mi) – 5k run
The transition area is in parking lots 3 and 4.
The start line is in parking lot 3.
The 5k runs are rolling with a few hills.
The 25k bike is entirely on route 563:
head out of the park and turn right onto 563 until the turn around-
head back towards the main park entrance, passing the park entrance until the 2nd turn around.
Then head back to the main park entrance and back into the transition area.
The bike has a few long steady inclines but you also have some long descents!
Please read carefully! Time cut-offs
There will be time cut-offs this year…however you can still finish the race but will be unsupported with volunteers on the course.
first 5k run – 45min after the last wave starts
bike to first turn around – 1hr 25min after the last wave starts
bike to second turn around – 2hrs 30min after last wave starts
bike to finish – 3hrs after the last wave starts