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Big Bear Triathlon ~ Results

Race Details

Big Bear Triathlon - Sprint

: Swim .47 Mile, Bike 16.6 Miles, Run 3.4 Miles

Big Bear Triathlon - Olympic

: Swim 1500 Meters, Bike 28 Miles, Run 6.2 Miles
Race Date: Saturday, June 15, 2013
Start Time: 7:30
Entry Fee: $50+
Location: Swim Beach - Meadow Park
Address: 41220 Park Ave
City/State/Zip: Big Bear Lake, California 92315
Country: USA
Race Website:

2013 Big Bear Triathlon:

  • Join us on June 15th for a new chapter in Triathlon events in Big Bear Lake.
  • Clean air, mountain forests, a large lake, 2 hours from Downtown LA, 3 hours from Las Vegas, perfect temperatures, and did I mention altitude?
  • Come challenge yourself in Southern Californias mountain playground. Registration pickup and athlete check-in will begin on Friday June 14th at 1PM.
  • USAT Sanctioning is currently under review, logo will be posted on website when review is completed successfully 6-8 weeks prior to race.

  • Course Information:

    For course maps check out our website at www.bbvtriclub.com
    For directions to Big Bear Lake, Ca go to http://www.bigbear.com/travel-tools/directions-and-maps  and once in Big Bear the race start/finish is at Meadow Park - Swim Beach, 41220 Park Ave. Parking will be at the race location, when the lot fills the overflow will be at the Snow Summit parking lot on Garstin and Fox Farm Rd.
    Other Info:
    2013 Results:

    2013 Results at: bbvtriclub.com

    Race Reviews
    Add Your Review
    Posted by puppyracer67 on 6/16/2013 11:12:22 PM
    This was my first triathlon, and VERY enjoyable. The weather was excellent, and the staff had clearly done a good job of organizing the check-in process, setting up the finish-line area and getting the community out for support. Some things could use some improvement, such as making course signage somewhat more prominent and setting up the transition area for better traffic flow but the staff with whom I spoke listened intently to these comments and seemed sincere in wanting to use them to improve next year's event. Also, I have mixed feelings about the bike course. It was gorgeous, on one hand, as it followed the contour of the lake in the early morning. as i was riding, I remember thinking that it would be nice to drive up just to do a couple of laps around the lake. But therein lies the problem: there is no bike lane for much of that ride. I found myself looking over my shoulder every 200 yards or so just to check for cars. Made it somewhat harder to really put the hammer down. I did see one major accident - a rider was lying in the middle of the road with someone leaning over, hand on chest... Overall, people were friendly, and I had a wonderful time. It was very challenging and beautiful, and well-organized, with some room for improvement.
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