10th Annual Keuka LakeTriathlon & Duathlon June 2, 2013
2013 Key Race Details / Information
Welcome to the 2013 Keuka LakeTriathlon & Duathlon. This year's event will be a USAT sanctioned race. This event is produced in cooperation with the help and support from the American Red Cross, Keuka College, and endless volunteers.
THANKS FROM ALL OF US: We wish to thank all who will enter and will compete this year from across the USAand Canada. This year should be a great event and we look forward to having you here to race. The course will be ready for the challenge you bring.
THE RACE DATE/TIME/FIELD:June 2, 2013 at
ABOUT THE EVENT: There will be four adult courses to choose from. The short triathlon, intermediate triathlon, aquabike and the duathlon. There will be relay teams allowed for each of these three courses. There will also be a kid's triathlon offered. Further descriptions of each course will be forthcoming.
NO RAIN DATE: There is NO rain date, We Go Rain or Shine. In case of inclement weather, management reserves the right to alter/modify the race/course for safety concerns. In the case of a "Natural Disaster"/Local Incident/Terrorist Act, there will be No Refunds of race entry fees. Each athlete must except any such risk of their entry fee paid. There is no complementary race entry to a future race. We pledge to make every effort to produce a fair, safe and exciting event for all. Any decision we make to go forth with the race is based on the overall event safety. Management further reserves the right to reject or accept any race entry. Keuka Lake Triathlon will utilize a "wave" start format.
Cool swim with water temps between 62 and 70F.
Challenging bike course with a flat fast run along the lake.
From the Northeast (Syracuse, Albany): Take the New York State Thruway to Exit 42, "Geneva". Follow Route 14 south through Geneva to Dresden. Turn right onto Route 54 to Penn Yan. Where the road comes to a "T", turn left onto Main Street, and turn right at the first traffic light onto Elm Street (Route 54A). Follow "From Penn Yan" directions below.
From the Northwest (Rochester, Buffalo): Take the New York State Thruway to Exit 44, "Canandaigua". Follow Route 332 south into Canandaigua. Turn left onto Routes 5&20 heading east. Approximately 9 miles outside of Canandaigua, turn right onto County Route 5, where the sign points to "Hall" and "Penn Yan". Keep going straight on that road into Penn Yan. At the fifth traffic light, turn right onto Elm Street (Route 54A). Follow "From Penn Yan" directions below.
From the Southwest (Jamestown, Erie): Take Route 17 (I-86) to the first "Bath" exit. Follow Route 54 north (lake on your left) into Penn Yan. At the first traffic light, turn left onto Liberty Street (Route 14A). At the second traffic light, turn left onto Elm Street (Route 54A). Follow "From Penn Yan" directions below.
From the Southeast (Binghamton, New York): Take Route 17 (I-86) to the Route 14 exit in Elmira. Follow the signs for Route 14 north. Two miles north of Watkins Glen, take Route 14A, where the sign points to "Dundee" and "Penn Yan". Follow Route 14A through Dundee to Penn Yan. At the fourth traffic light, turn left onto Elm Street (Route 54A). Follow "From Penn Yan" directions below.
From Penn Yan: Follow Route 54A south out of Penn Yan for 4 miles. Turn left onto Central Avenue (you will see a sign for Keuka College). Central Avenue will bring you into Keuka's campus (less than 1/2 mile). Turn left at the first stop sign, this is the main entrance to the campus. Parking will be available on your left and your right. As you enter the main entrance veer to the right and Dahlstrom is the 3rd building on your left.