September 14, 2013
Lake Elmo Park Reserve
Don’t miss this great end-of -the-season multisport events.
This is an event you do not want to miss.
End your season with this fun event. 5k mile run, 14 mile bike, 2.5 mile run. Just right for everyone.
The Park Tool “Fall Classic” Duathlon has been the final duathlon of the season for most Midwest multisport participants since it stared. It is a destination event bringing many from Duluth, Madison, Chicago and Des Moines. The 3 mile run, 14 mile bike, 2.8 mile run attracts the area’s best competitors as well as the first timer. Beautiful Lake Elmo Park Reserve and it’s 2165 acres provides the event with a venue that you will not find anywhere else.
parktoolduathlonresults12 - 2012 Results
parktool2011results – 2011 results
ENTRY FEES - Individuals Teams
Until August 14 $55.00 $70.00
August 14 – Sept. 11 $60.00 $80.00
September 12 til Race Day $65.00 $90.00
Park Parking fee included in entry fee.
Participation is limited to 500 people.
The Venue is outstanding – Lake Elmo Park Reserve is a beautiful 2165 acres/3 1/2 square mile park with 80 percent of its acreage set aside for preservation and protection. Lake Elmo Park Reserve is located 1 mile north of I-94 and 2.5 miles east of I-694 at the intersection of County Road 19 (Keats Avenue No.) and County Road 10 (10th Street No.)
Age groups and categories for everyone – Elite, Clydesdale, Athena, Mens Team, Womens Team Coed Teams. Age groups include 19 and under, 20 – 24, 25 – 29, 30 – 34, 35 – 39, 40 – 44, 45 – 49, 50 – 54, 55 – 59, 60 – 64, 65 – 69, 70 and older.
Custom medals to top 3 in each category
Trophies to the top overall male and female
Results are Chip timed – Mylaps/ChampionChip. 5 different splits provided First Run, Transition 1, Bike, Transition 2, and Run 2 as well as Finish time.
Parking/Park pass-is provided for participants. A Volunteers will be at the gate to give you a pass. Spectator’s cars will need to pay an entry fee to the park
Sign up as a team:
A team is made up of 2 or 3 people. 3 people may include a runner, a biker and a runner. If you have 2 people, one person will be doing 2 of the events. For instance, Runner 1 may also be doing the running 2 portion. A team is working together for one finish time. Your team will have one timing chip, which is a velcro strap to be worn on your ankle. The timing chip is worn by Runner 1, then given to the biker then given to Runner 2. You will meet each other in the “transition area” where you will do the exchange of the timing chip. The transition area is where you will park your bike, and keep all of your belongings. It is a secure, fenced in area.
Race Director – Randy Fulton