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Thank you for registering for the Cedar River Triathlon. The safety briefing will be on Friday May 10, 2024, 5 pm. Access Codes below. The park opens at 7 am and restrooms. Race packet pick up will be at the Greater Maple Valley Community Center just outside of the Lake Wilderness Park on Saturday 4 pm till 5:30 pm. The race starts promptly at 8 am on Sunday May 12, 2024. The Red wave (red swim caps) start first followed by the green wave (green swim caps). We will have lifeguards in the water and on kayaks for the ¼ mile swim going clockwise around two buoys. To get your swim time you must go through the two red cones to record your time. You will receive 6 times Swim time, Swim-Bike Transition, Bike Time, Bike Run transition, Run time and Total time. You will have markings on your body. Left arm will have your bib #, right calf will have your age. You will be required to place the label on your helmet and on your bike. You will not be able to remove your bike without verifying your bib #, arm markings, and bike numbers match. Only registered athletes are allowed in the secured transition area. Don’t forget your things when you leave. If you are missing something when you get home, please call us. We have a wet suit and I-phone watch that someone left from last year. Once you secure your helmet and un rack your bike proceed to entrance of the transition area to receive your transition time. Make sure your ankle bracelet is uncovered (Do not place under socks or sweats) to get time recorded. Make sure your bib# is on your front torso. So, we know that you are part of the event and need to get your photo finish. This year we have a time clock to record your photo finish. No riding bikes on grass! This is a city request. Once you are out of the transition area you may ride your bike up the hi/2ll and take a left into the parking lot onto the road. At the end of the parking lot road flaggers will be directing you on to the Lake Wildness Boulevard a 1 and ½ mile trek on the road to the Cedar River Trail. Stay to the right and follow the flaggers directions. Always be cautious at intersections. At the end of the road, you will dismount the bike and carry your bike up 100 feet to the trail. There are stairs and a place where you can push your bike to the top. At the top you can mount your bike and continue 5 miles out and back along the limestone trail (2 ½ mile) and then onto the asphalt bike trail (3 miles) out and back. Last year participants used regular roads and no know flat tires. There will be pumps at the turnaround and on the stairs. Once again you must dismount your bike, carry down the stairs to the road then the road to finish. If you get there on Saturday or before it would be good to check the stairs on your strategy to get your bike to the top. Remember to lift your bike with your knees (squat) don’t use your back. ***Remember to study the Maps *** you are responsible for knowing the course ahead of time. The bike is out and back. Same course as when you went out. Once you dismount your bike, get your bike time, and racked your bike and helmet proceed to get your transition time. The run hugs the lake and is an out and back 6k – We try to keep it simple. Once you get to the trail you will go left to the turn around cone approximately 1 ½ miles. * Note when finish you will do a clockwise loop inside the park so the fans can cheer you on to your final finish. Go the two red cones to get your final time and Cedar River Medal. All finishers will receive medal. All registered participants will receive Cedar River long sleeve technical T-Shirt, hand towel, bib, power bar, gel pack, Cedar River Coaster and timing bracelet. There will be three water stops on the bike, and two on the run. It is expected to be 74 and mostly sunny on race day so hydrate accordingly. The surface water temperature on Tuesday was 55 F. Wetsuits are highly recommended. The course is well marked with signs (arrows), red streamers and flour. The course should be dry. Bike plugs are mandatory. We will inspect your bike when you rack before the race. We have extra bike plugs for the handlebars if you are missing. Helmets need to be strapped. The top winners will receive a $50 gift card. Please support our sponsors. Any updates will be shown on our webpage SammamishRunning.com The safety briefing will be recorded. Please mute your microphones if you are not speaking and type any questions you may have into the chat box. The local fire department and police have been notified of the event. In case of emergency dial 911. You can reach the race director at 708.668.5488 Mike Brisbois. Good Luck! Invite your friends! REGISTER

Thank you for registering for the Cedar River Triathlon. The safety briefing will be on Friday May 10, 2024, 5 pm. Access Codes below. The park opens at 7 am and restrooms. Race packet pick up will be at the Greater Maple Valley Community Center just outside of the Lake Wilderness Park on Saturday 4 pm till 5:30 pm. The race starts promptly at 8 am on Sunday May 12, 2024. The Red wave (red swim caps) start first followed by the green wave (green swim caps). We will have lifeguards in the water and on kayaks for the ¼ mile swim going clockwise around two buoys. To get your swim time you must go through the two red cones to record your time. You will receive 6 times Swim time, Swim-Bike Transition, Bike Time, Bike Run transition, Run time and Total time. You will have markings on your body. Left arm will have your bib #, right calf will have your age. You will be required to place the label on your helmet and on your bike. You will not be able to remove your bike without verifying your bib #, arm markings, and bike numbers match. Only registered athletes are allowed in the secured transition area. Don’t forget your things when you leave. If you are missing something when you get home, please call us. We have a wet suit and I-phone watch that someone left from last year. Once you secure your helmet and un rack your bike proceed to entrance of the transition area to receive your transition time. Make sure your ankle bracelet is uncovered (Do not place under socks or sweats) to get time recorded. Make sure your bib# is on your front torso. So, we know that you are part of the event and need to get your photo finish. This year we have a time clock to record your photo finish. No riding bikes on grass! This is a city request. Once you are out of the transition area you may ride your bike up the hi/2ll and take a left into the parking lot onto the road. At the end of the parking lot road flaggers will be directing you on to the Lake Wildness Boulevard a 1 and ½ mile trek on the road to the Cedar River Trail. Stay to the right and follow the flaggers directions. Always be cautious at intersections. At the end of the road, you will dismount the bike and carry your bike up 100 feet to the trail. There are stairs and a place where you can push your bike to the top. At the top you can mount your bike and continue 5 miles out and back along the limestone trail (2 ½ mile) and then onto the asphalt bike trail (3 miles) out and back. Last year participants used regular roads and no know flat tires. There will be pumps at the turnaround and on the stairs. Once again you must dismount your bike, carry down the stairs to the road then the road to finish. If you get there on Saturday or before it would be good to check the stairs on your strategy to get your bike to the top. Remember to lift your bike with your knees (squat) don’t use your back. ***Remember to study the Maps *** you are responsible for knowing the course ahead of time. The bike is out and back. Same course as when you went out. Once you dismount your bike, get your bike time, and racked your bike and helmet proceed to get your transition time. The run hugs the lake and is an out and back 6k – We try to keep it simple. Once you get to the trail you will go left to the turn around cone approximately 1 ½ miles. * Note when finish you will do a clockwise loop inside the park so the fans can cheer you on to your final finish. Go the two red cones to get your final time and Cedar River Medal. All finishers will receive medal. All registered participants will receive Cedar River long sleeve technical T-Shirt, hand towel, bib, power bar, gel pack, Cedar River Coaster and timing bracelet. There will be three water stops on the bike, and two on the run. It is expected to be 74 and mostly sunny on race day so hydrate accordingly. The surface water temperature on Tuesday was 55 F. Wetsuits are highly recommended. The course is well marked with signs (arrows), red streamers and flour. The course should be dry. Bike plugs are mandatory. We will inspect your bike when you rack before the race. We have extra bike plugs for the handlebars if you are missing. Helmets need to be strapped. The top winners will receive a $50 gift card. Please support our sponsors. Any updates will be shown on our webpage SammamishRunning.com The safety briefing will be recorded. Please mute your microphones if you are not speaking and type any questions you may have into the chat box. The local fire department and police have been notified of the event. In case of emergency dial 911. You can reach the race director at 708.668.5488 Mike Brisbois. Good Luck! Invite your friends! REGISTER

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