Capital Of Dreams Triathlon Presented By Montgomery Multisport
|Date||Saturday, May 31|
Main Staging Area and Transition Flow: The main staging area for the Intermediate and Sprint events will be on the riverfront at Riverfront Amphitheatre. The main venue encompasses the Riverfront Park to include the Union Station Train Shed.
See our Event Guide for more race details.
The race transition area is organized based on your assigned race number. The bike racks are marked by ranges of "7" numbers, beginning with 1 through 7 and so on. Bikes do not have to be racked in numerical order ON the rack, but must be placed on the rack designated for your race number range. Sorry folks, for safety reasons, no balloons or items may be attached to racks to help you locate your spot. Feel free to bring your sidewalk chalk.
Swim Course: Intermediate 1.5k / Sprint 400m
The Intermediate swim course is a point-to-point swim starting from the Harriott II Riverboat. The Sprint course will be a one loop course starting and ending from the dock.
Bike Course: Intermediate 40k / Sprint 20k Both distances will follow the same course with the Intermediate distance completing two loops. This is a flat course with very little elevation change! The course will be on city roads and managed by local police and volunteers. Make certain to follow their direction for a safe, enjoyable ride. Check out the map links below for your race.
Run Course: Intermediate 10k / Sprint 5k Take a great tour of historic downtown Montgomery. Plan on a mix of flat sections and gradual incline hills on these city streets. See map links below for elevation information.
Intermediate/Sprint Run Course- PDF Map
Intermediate Run Course- Map My Ride Link
Sprint Run Course- Map My Ride Link
The course will be set in the Riverwalk Stadium, home of the Montgomery Biscuits southern league baseball team. Expect a safe, fun, flat route for kids starting and finishing in the stadium and traversing easily viewable roads completely closed to traffic and managed by Montgomery Police and Fire.
(The online map links below show the complete course for longest race. For shorter races, there will be turnaround points for appropriate distances.)
Kids Bike Course Online Map
Kids Run Course Online Map
Kids Duathlon Distances by Age
Age 4 and under: 50 ft. run; 500 ft. bike; 50 ft. run
Age 5-6: 1/8 mile run; 1/2 mile bike; 1/8 mile run
Age 7-8: 1/4 mile run; 1 mile bike; 1/4 mile run
Age 9 & above: 1/2 mile run; 1 mile x 2 laps bike; 1/2 mile run