The most unique event of its kind at an ideal time in the season. Looking for that race to finish off your triathlon season? On October 10th we will host the 5th annual DiabloMan Kid’s Triathlon, and on the 11th, 2015 The 8th Annual DiabloMan Triathlon. Both will give you the opportunity to finish your season in an epic way. For the adult tri our swim will be in the pool at The Club Sport (at the base of Mt Diablo), and will consist of .25 miles (450 yards), followed by a 13.1 mile bike and a 3.1 mile run STRAIGHT UP Mt. Diablo! This event helps benefit the Tieni Duro Junior Cycling Development (more info below).
NOTE: Because of the swim start with waves of 12 leaving every 15 minutes, the race is limited to 108 Youth/Kids and 300 Adults. So make sure you sign up early! 🙂 Splash N’ Dash, Kid’s & Youth Waves will be assigned via email before the race.
DiabloMan Triathlon Weekend Events:
Saturday, October 10th, 2015:
- Youth Triathlon ~ 400 Yard Swim ~ 1.16 Mile Bike ~ .49 Mile Run*
- Kid’s Triathlon ~ 100 Yard Swim ~ 1.16 Mile Bike ~ .49 Mile Run*
- Kid’s Splash ‘N Dash ~ 25 Yard ~ 1.16 Mile Bike ~ .49 Mile Run*
*Note: Waves of 12 kids will start every 15 minutes starting at 10:00 am.
Sunday, October 11th, 2015:
- Sprint Distance ~ .450 Yard (.25 Miles) Swim – 13.1 mile Bike ~ 2.92 mile Run*
*Note: Waves of 12 adults will start every 15 minutes or less, starting at 7:00 am.
Adult Triathlon Registration:
Children’s / Youth Registration:
Now if you’re wondering if you can do this race, our answer to you is absolutely! We’ve done this ride and run ourselves with moderate training, and in the years past we’ve had all kinds of folks do this event. Including those doing it on Mt. Bikes with knobby tires. So don’t limit yourself, have fun, get out, and sign up!
And if that’s not convincing enough, then motivate yourself to sign up to help the Tieni Duro Junior Cycling Development. The Tieni Duro is a Lafayette, California-based Junior Cycling Development Team that was founded in 2002 with the goal of getting as many kids on bikes as possible and teaching them how to become competitive athletes and high-performing young men and women. The team has a focus on road and track racing, though some of the kids also race cyclocross, cross country, and even downhill mountain biking. Tieni Duro has grown organically through the commitment of its founders, coaches, and supporters to produce California State and U.S. National champions. Find out more about them at their Home Page.