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Preview Ironman Augusta 70.3 Bike Course and Ride for a Reason!

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Hey Guys! Todd here!

For those of you participating in Ironman Augusta 70.3, and want a chance to preview the bike course or just want to come out and ride the Augusta 70.3 course, here’s the chance!

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Race for a Reason is a supported preview of the course and the proceeds are going to towards the youth triathlon club in Augusta.  [That’s right! All the kiddos you’ve been seeing in the SBK blog!]

This is a great opportunity to come out and ride the course as a preview if you’re training for the Augusta 70.3.

Plus, who knows who you will see!?? The kids from the SBK blog, Todd, Meredith, Sweet Red?  (Ok, well probably everybody except Sweet Red. We can’t get the Preggo One on a bike…)

Many SBM army members already going so you definitely won’t be alone!

Register Here!

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More Details

TriAugusta proudly presents the first annual Ride for a Reason (known in the past as the Bike for the Ballet) on August 10th, 2014. This is the only supported ride on the Ironman 70.3 Augusta course prior to the September competition. Cyclists from throughout the Southeast prepare for the race and raise awareness of youth triathlon through Dream Team Triathlon.

All ride registrations include the celebration after-party!

NOTE: Event T-shirts can only be guaranteed to those riding who register by Wednesday, July 23rd! Last day to register for the event is Wednesday, August 6th! Porta potties will be available along the course.

Sag wagon provided by All3Sports!

Course Description

Two routes, 62.5 miles and a shorter 28 miles, offer rides for both the experienced triathlete and the weekend warrior. After your ride, enjoy the included celebration after-party with food and drink at Enterprise Mill!

The 28-miles route will be an out and back, starting and ending at Enterprise Mill.
The 62.5-miles route covers the Augusta Half Ironman course (56 miles) plus the few extra miles by starting and ending at Enterprise Mill.

The $35 registration fee includes full rider support at rest stops, an event T-shirt (if registered by July 23rd), a “sag wagon”, and a celebration after-party with food and drink afterwards.

The $10 celebration fee includes the after-party only. This is a great way to have friends and family meet and celebrate with you after the ride.

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Registration is online only through Wednesday, August 6th — NO ON SITE REGISTRATIONS! Event T-shirts can only be guaranteed by those riders who register by Wednesday, July 23rd.

Packet pick-up is the morning of the ride from 6:30 AM – 7:45 AM at Enterprise Mill.

Both rides start at 8 AM at Enterprise Mill.

Celebration after-party begins at Noon at Enterprise Mill.

All proceeds support youth triathlon through Dream Team Triathlon.

Course Map

Register Here!

Hope to see you there on August 10th!!!

– Todd

Todd is a husband, father of three, youth triathlon coach, and 140.6 finisher.
He’s the new voice of Swim Bike Kid.


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7 Comments

  • Sher Franklin

    July 11, 2014 at 3:27 am

    My body may feel like toast, (Doing the Chattahoochee Olympic Challenge in Columbus, the day before) & I MAY be crazy… But after reading about this event, I’m gonna sign up! 😮 😀

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  • Mary

    July 11, 2014 at 10:24 am

    Am I blind or does it not say anywhere, even in the registration link, what day this actually takes place! I would love to participate but can’t figure out when it is for the life of me! HAHA.

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  • Lacey McKeown

    August 9, 2014 at 1:48 pm

    Hey guys! I just looked this up to join in the fun tomorrow. Is there any way to sign up and register as a latecomer? I saw the cut off date was wednesday. 🙁

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