Off-Road Duathlons

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8/12/17 - Cameron Park Off-Road Duathlon »

Cameron Park is the ultimate destination when it comes to outdoor adventure in the Heart of Texas. The course will take your breath away as you go up and down climb after climb, in and out of cedar breaks and into dark bamboo forests. "There is nothing else like this anywhere in the country," according to Bike Magazine. The trails can be screaming fast as you swoop down the berms on Vortex or they can have you gasping for air as you slowly climb Highlander and Erect. Rocks, roots, limestone ledges, tight twisty turns, short power climbs, narrow bridges, fast descents, this course has got it all!

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7/15/17 - Magnolia Hill Off-Road Duathlon »

Located in the Piney Woods in Navasota, Texas, Magnolia Hill Ranch is an "event only" ranch with the trail system only available to experience by those who participate in the event. You don't want to miss this opportunity to see this fantastic property with an incredible lake with sparkling blue water and trails winding through the pines. This is a fast course and one of the few that is completely ridable for all levels of riders!

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11/4/17 - The Dirty Du »

One of Texas' oldest off-road duathlons is back for 2017!

Set among loblolly pines east of Austin, this course includes single track, double track, and plenty of ups and downs, twists and turns. Race options include a full duathlon (5k run/12 mile bike/5 k run) and a sprint duathlon (2.5k run/6 mile bike/2.5k run). 2 and 3 Person Relays are available for the full duathlon.

This is a USA Triathlon sanctioned event.

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4/21/18 - ATX Off-Road Duathlon »

Pace Bend Park is located in far western Travis County in the Hill Country of central Texas. The entire park is on a peninsula jutting into Lake Travis, with steep bluffs on one side offering spectacular views and gentle grassy slopes descending to the water on the other side. The trails at Pace Bend Park include limestone ledges, challenging rock gardens, some steep climbs, technical drop offs with plenty of smooth trail in between to help you recover before reaching the next obstacle.

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