Join the circus! January 14th, 2023
A true one-of-a-kind original! This is the first winter race where I saw riders use aero bars on their fat bikes! It’s a crazy course full of surprises and sprinkled with country stores and saloons! The course takes riders and runners From Dubuque (Iowa) to Dyersville and Durango back to the Start. It’s a crazy course that has a bit of everything. (and I mean everything)
The first thing you need to know about the race – it is a bit of a circus… but that is by design! As you traverse the scenic route by bike or by foot, you’ll receive little support. Whether you’re juggling water bottles as you skate down Heritage Trail, or balancing a tight-rope as you cross a thin bridge on the bike route, there is something for outdoor enthusiasts of all ability levels at the Triple D Winter Endurance Race!
Triple D Biking Races:
- 70-Mile Triple D Race
- 35-Mile Double D Race
- 17-Mile Half Double D Race
Triple D Running Races:
- 50K Ultra Marathon
- Full Marathon
- Half Marathon
- 5k stroll to get out of the house on a winter day
Additional Race Day Info
Bike start and finish at 7Hills Brewery, Event Center (headquarters)
Run start and finish at the Durango Trailhead (outdoor headquarters)
Get to know the Heritage Trail
For more event information visit – http://tripledrace.com/
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