will be the fourth year for the Tri-Atlanta race series.
The purpose of these races is to provide club members a
unique meeting place for social and training activities.�
are encouraged to participate.� Post-race refreshments will
be offered. Prizes will be awarded!
this year - we will have drawings for two $50 Atlanta
Cycling gift certificates. Anyone who finishes the race
1000-meter Swim Time
Trial, Sunday, January 12. Click for
5.5-mile Trail Run
at Kennesaw Mountain National Park - Saturday, February 8. 9:00
am. Come a little early to register.
We will start at the Cheatam Hill
parking lot and run the Kolb Farm loop, which includes a lovely
finish up Puke Hill.
and exit at South Marietta Pkwy - exit # 263.
Follow this road west (cross back over I-75 if you came from
Cross Cobb Pkwy.
Immediately after passing under a railroad bridge take a right
(CVS on corner).
Take a left at the 2nd light onto Whitlock.
Follow Whitlock past a cemetary on the right.
Look for signs for the Cheatam Hill parking lot on the left.
7-mile Mountain Bike
Time Trial at Bear Creek MTB Trail - Saturday, February 22.
- All races are FREE to Tri-Atlanta Club members. All
participants must pay any venue charges, i.e. pool, park
- All current USAT rules will apply.
Eligibility for Race
Series Awards requires:
- Directing or working as a volunteer in at least one
event. Another adult may volunteer for you to satisfy
this requirement but this does not earn you points.
- Participation in at least 50% of the events (volunteering
or directing also counts as an event).
- In the event of a tie, actual race points will overrule
Race Series Scoring
1st: 150 points
2nd: 135 points
3rd: 120 points
4th: 110 points
5th: 100 points
6th: 90 points
7th: 80 points
8th: 70 points
9th: 60 points
10th: 50 points
11th: 40 points
12th: 30 points
Event Director: 125 points
Volunteer: 50 points
Participation: 20 points
- Race Directors may earn a maximum of 200 points for
the season: 125 the 1st race and 75 the 2nd.
A maximum of 150 volunteer points can be earned based
on: 50 the 1st race, 40 the 2nd,
30 the 3rd, 20 the 4thand 10 the
5th. This is for those members unable to race
due to injuries, etc.
- A maximum of 150 points can be earned per event. This
applies to a situation where the Director or a volunteer
is also able to compete in an event.
- Participants age as of December 31 determines Open or
Masters group for the season.
- Awards will be given to the Overall Male and Female
points leader and the first three places in Male and Female
age groups at the end-of-the season awards ceremony.