We didn’t get the chance to launch this race in 2020, but that didn’t diminish our passion for this brand new style of triathlon! To say this race is “unique” would be an understatement! Limited to just 250 athletes, we’re excited to announce the first ever gravel triathlon to the Colorado triathlon landscape! This event is set at Stagecoach Reservoir, a quiet and picturesque lake just 15min south of Steamboat Springs, with camping options for the entire family.
After the swim in the waters of Stagecoach Reservoir, it’s time to bring out either the gravel bike, road bike, or mountain bike. Just leave your triathlon bike at home. The course starts out with a short-paved section of 2.1 miles, before transitioning to rolling gravel country roads through some of the most scenic terrain imaginable. The total bike distance is 16 miles, with the final 3 miles of the course on pavement as athletes head back towards the transition area! Once off your bike of choice, it’s time to toss on those running shoes for a 4-mile run on a gravel trail that hugs the shoreline of Stagecoach Reservoir, (Note: ½ mile total on paved roads)! Come join us for this one of a kind triathlon experience, complete with a stand-up paddle-board option for the non-swimmers!