140.6 miles: that is what you are up against. Start your challenge with a 2.4 mile swim in crystal-clear Versluis Lake. Then jump on your bike for 112 miles through the rolling countryside of West Michigan. Finish up your day with a full marathon on the closed run course. Do all that and cross the Michigan Titanium finish line… and you’ve earned the right to call yourself a TITAN.
Not ready to attempt the Full-distance race? Michigan Titanium, a USAT sanctioned event and 2019 Ultra-Distance (Full) Championship, offers multiple options including our Half-distance triathlon and the Olympic distance PLUS Relays, Aquabikes and Duathlons. NEW this year for the swimmers out there, our Swim-only event.
No matter what distance you attempt, there is simply no other event of this caliber in the state of Michigan. Register today and begin your journey to become a TITAN.
A 1.2 mile loop swim will be in Versluis Lake a very clean and clear lake that does not allow the use of gas motors. The Full Triathlon will be a double loop swim, the Half Triathlon will be a single loop and the Olympic Triathlon will be an out & back. This is a spectator friendly swim. Transition is located in a large paved parking lot adjacent to the park.
The Bike will leave the park on Northland drive and quickly turn on Cannonsburg Rd, generally heading east and back with a loop course. The Full Tri will be a double loop 112 mile bike, the Half Tri will be a single loop 56 miles, and the olympic will be an out & back of 24.8 miles. Following transition back at Versluis Park, the run will head south on Northland Drive to Grand River Ave.
The out & back run course will go through Plainfield and Ada, remaining east of the Beltline. The Full Tri is a 4 lap course of 26.2 marathon distance, the Half Tri will be two lap at 13.1 miles and the olympic is a single lap of 6.2 miles. The finish line is located at the drive into Versluis Park.
Athletes will park at Northview High School in Plainfield Township and shuttle to the race site at Versluis Park.
Host of multiple USAT Regional Championships and the 2019 USAT Ultra-Distance National Championship