XTERRA Bluebonnet returns to Lake Bryan, which is just northwest of the Bryan/College Station area. The trails are 95% single track and feature tight twisty turns with frequent drops in and out of gullies. The trails have lots of roots to maneuver around and a few rocky sections.
XTERRA Bluebonnet is the first of five races in the Texas XTERRA Series.
Lake Bryan, 8200 Sandy Point Rd, Bryan, TX 77807
$5 entrance fee is included with registration.
All participants will receive an event t-shirt*, sponsor swag, aid station stocked with Gatorade and snacks. Food and drinks will be available to racers post-event with beer provided by NXNW Restaurant and Brewery, Austin. Entries received by March 16 are guaranteed an event shirt in the requested size. *If you register after March 16, limited sizes will be available, while supplies last. Please register early if an event shirt is important to you.
Race capped at 200 participants.
Event will be held rain or shine, no refunds.
March 23, 2019 at 9:00 am
800 meter swim, 13 mile mountain bike, 6K Run
Bike will follow trail counter clockwise and be 2 laps
XTERRA Competition Rules
1.1. Wetsuits are allowed based on water temperature measured the day prior to the event and confirmed the day of the event. Where water temperatures are close to limits, the decision will be made one hour before the start of the first swim.
USAT Article IV, Swimming Conduct Rules
4.4. Wet suits. Each age group participant shall be permitted to wear a wet suit without penalty in any event sanctioned by USA Triathlon up to and including a water temperature of 78 degrees Fahrenheit. When the water temperature is greater than 78 degrees, but less than 84 degrees Fahrenheit, age group participants may wear a wet suit at their own discretion, provided however that participants who wear a wet suit within this temperature range shall not be eligible for prizes or awards.(Specifically: the athlete will not be eligible for XTERRA Points.)
Age group participants shall not wear wet suits in water temperatures equal to or greater than 84 degrees Fahrenheit. The wetsuit policy for elite athletes shall be determined by the USAT Athletes Advisory Council. The AAC has set the wetsuit maximum temperature for elite/pros at 68 degrees for swim distances less than 3000 meters and 71.6 degrees for distances of 3000 meters or greater. Effective January 1, 2013, any swimmer wearing a wetsuit with a thickness measured in any part greater than 5 millimeters shall be disqualified.
4.6. Measuring Water Temperature. It is recommended, but not required that the water temperature for a race be finally determined by a measurement made within 2 hours of the race start. A water temperature measurement should also be taken prior to any pre-race meetings in order to forecast to the athletes as early as possible the likely water temperature on race day and the likelihood of whether wet suits will be allowed on race day.