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Specs: Hand Wired Construction Circuit Board Tubes Brand: Ruby, Shuguang, JJ, EH (JJ 6L6GC *4) Components: Pot/Bias Japan, Sweden brand... more
Power: 100W
Weight: 24kg
Shipping Time: 20 Days
Package: Strong Carton Box
Transport Package: Double Strong Carton Box
Origin: China
Customized: Available
Certificates: CE, ROHS, FCC
Dimension: 91*51*31(cm)
With footswitch and booster
50W is available too
HS Code: 8518400090
Super sprint
Skill Level:
Tuesday, 31 Mar, 2020
100 - 500 participants
The Tri-County Hill Hopper is a BP MS 150 Recommended Ride with four route options available: 20, 36, 58, or 67 miles. Each route provides a hilly ride complemented by some flats. ... moreThe ride starts at 9 am and the last route sweep is at 3 pm.
Sunday, 15 Feb, 2015
Start Time:
9:00 AM
The Round Rock Raquathon Series is designed to be fun, relaxed and non-intimidating and offers an encouraging atmosphere for beginner athletes while also providing a consistent course ... morefor those seasoned athletes wishing to track improvements or get in a speed workout. The inaugural event is a Swin/Run that starts and finishes at the Clay Madsen Recreation Center.

Ages 7/8 - 50 yard swim and 1K run

Ages 9/10 - 100 yard swim and 1K run

Ages 11/14 - 200 yard swim and 2K run

Ages 15+ - 200 yard swim and 5K run

DATE, TIME, & PLACE: Saturday, March 7th, 2015 at Clay Madsen Recreation Center, 1600 Gattis School Road, Round Rock, TX 78664. The 15+ age group participants will begin at 7:30am with a 10 second staggered start. The swim portion will take place in the six lane indoor pool and the run will take place on the Greater Lake Creek Trail that begins right behind the recreation center with easy access to and from the pool.

The first 350 registered participants will receive a t-shirt, water bottle and swag.

Course: Snaked swim course at the Clay Madsen Recreation Center indoor pool and a looped course on the Greater Lake Creek Trail System.

Awards: Finishing medals will be awarded to participants ages 7-14. Prize packages will be given to the top overall male and female finishers. The top three finishers in each age group will be recognized and times posted. For participants 15 and over, the age groups will be divided every 5 years.

Parking: Limited event parking will be located on site. Additional parking is available at the Shops of Turtle Creek.

Seeding: An estimated finish time for your swim distance is required for seeding purposes. Participants that register, but fail to provide an estimated finish swim time will be launched at the end of their age group.
Duathlon Type:
Swim / Run
Super sprint
Saturday, 7 Mar, 2015
Start Time:
7:30 AM
Kick off your Season! challenging bike course with killer climbs Beautiful Texas Hill country views run in canyon park along the lake and oak trees... more

Course Description: Intermediate Distance Race

Swim 1000 meters
Bike 26.85 miles
Run 5.8 miles

The Swim – 1000 meters

Wetsuit Strongly Recommended – Average morning water temperature during March is 50-65 degrees for this area of the lake. Hypothermia is a risk without a wetsuit.

The swim course takes place in Canyon Lake starting from the boat dock at the end of transition in Canyon Park.

The course is a triangle staying primarily in the bay cove area. Swim buoys mark the course.

The swim is a time trial. Swimmers will start every 3-5 seconds. Swimmers are grouped by gender and age category. Multiple age categories may be paired dependig on numbers. Swimmers have the option to start more towards the front, middle or back of their group depending on their swimming ability.

A team of lifeguards and kayakers will provide support on the course. Coast Guard support will keep boaters from the area.

The course has two left turns before heading back to the boat ramp to exit.

Wetsuits are legal in USAT events for non-Pro participants without penalty in water temperatures up to and including 78 degrees Fahrenheit. Non-pro participants may wear a wetsuit in temperatures between 79-84 degrees but are not eligible for awards. No participants shall wear a wetsuit in temperatures higher than 84 degrees. We will take and announce the water temperature on race morning. The average morning water temperature for Canyon Lake in this cove in March is 50-65 degrees Fahrenheit. The average air temperature for March is 60 degrees with an average range from 49-71 degrees. The lake depth will range from an average of 20 feet to 55 feet at a maximum.


• Located at the top of the boat ramp. Steep incline.
• Transition area will be divided by age groupings and gender.
• Bike out is at the opposite end.
• For safety reasons you must walk your bike into and out of transition. There will be clearly marked mount and dismount lines.
• Listen to race officials in transition. Be courteous of other racers.

The Bike – 26.85 miles

• The course is one loop. The course is a difficult, challenging, FUN course with serious climbs and descents providing gorgeous hill country views. Police officers will be present at all intersections directing traffic and helping to ensure safety. The course contains all right hand turns except when exiting and entering the park.
• No drafting. You must keep at least three bike lengths between you and the cyclist in front of you. If you pass the person in front, you must do so within 15 seconds.
• Stay to the right unless passing a cyclist.
• If someone passes you, allow three bike lengths between you and the cyclist
who passed you before attempting to pass. In other words, you have to exit
the draft zone from the rear before you attempt to pass.

• Immediately prior to the turnoff on to Purgatory Rd. from FM 32 there is a 1.2 mile stretch with no shoulder and bumps along the right edge. This stretch will be one way but demands caution from the cyclist.

• Approximately 1 mile after turning off of Purgatory Rd. onto FM 306 there is a very steep decline. You will reach 40+ mph. Take caution while descending. FM 306 traffic can get heavy and fast. We will work with traffic control to make this as safe as possible. It is the
cyclist’s responsibility to follow the rules of the road.
• Caution: This course is technical and hilly. Be aware of traffic on 306. Officers and volunteers will be present on the course.

Bike and Helmet Inspections :

• There will be no mandatory bike or helmet inspection. Each racer is expected to ensure that his or her bike and helmet is in safe and proper working condition. Bike shop mechanics will be onsite during packet pickup and on race morning to assist with any needed repairs. Please make sure your bike handlebars have bar end plugs. You will not be allowed to race
without them.
• All participants must wear a helmet that meets or exceeds the safety standards of the Consumer Product Safety Commission. Helmets must be securely fastened before mounting your bike. You can be disqualified for not wearing your helmet.

Bike Aid Station

Corner of Purgatory Rd and Elkridge Rd.

Water, gatorade and Clif Products

The Run – 5.8 miles

The run course is TWO loops on the peripheral paved roads within Canyon Park. The park is not open to the public at this time of year so no cars will be in the park. Beautiful views of
Canyon Lake and the park exist throughout the run course.

Run Course Aid Stations

• Aid stations will have water, Gatorade and Clif products.
• Run course and finish line will have aid stations.
• Run course aid station will be located as you are exiting transition onto the course and midway along each loop.

Finish Line

• Water and Gatorade will be provided at the finish line.
• Fruit snacks will be available.
Skill Level:
Sunday, 22 Mar, 2015
Start Time:
7:45 AM
Stanley's Sprint Triathlon is a short early season event that is perfect for a beginner to test the waters or an intermediate to advanced triathlete to get warmed up for the season ... moreto come.
The pool swim makes it an ideal beginner event, but the course is also a challenge for the seasoned veteran who wants to go fast and test their limits.

Separate awards will be presented to the top 3 male and female in each age group. Awards will be presented to the top finishing relay team only.
Skill Level:
Beginner, Intermediate, Advanced
Sunday, 22 Mar, 2015
Start Time:
8:00 AM
Course Information: Triathlon: 400 yard pool Swim / 20K Bike / 5K Run
Sunday, 22 Mar, 2015
Start Time:
8:45 AM
Camp Eagle is the jewel of the hill country, located outside of Rocksprings, Texas, the XTERRA Camp Eagle Off-Road Triathlon offers some of the most challenging trails of the Texas ... moreXTERRA Series with a mix of long climbs and screaming descents and technical single track.

Camp Eagle offers a family friendly environment with lots of activities for your kids or significant other so bring the whole family along and plan to stay for the weekend.

XTERRA Camp Eagle is the first of five races in the Texas Series.

March 28 at 12:00 pm

Camp Eagle, 6424 Hackberry Rd., Rocksprings, TX 78880

Swim Course Description - 1K

Bring your wetsuits! The Nueces River is spring fed by 1.2 million gallons of new water a day. The swim course begins with an out and back section and then a few surprises. Be ready for adventure on the swim unlike any other race. Following the swim, athletes ascend a steep 150' foot staircase that leads to the transition area.

Bike Course Description - 12 Miles

The bike course at Camp Eagle is one of the most scenic, yet challenging courses in the country. The bike starts by plunging downhill before taking you along the shores of the beautiful, spring-fed river. Enjoy the downhill and flat river stretch because there's some climbing ahead! The trails wind through the hill country setting accentuated by several 30-mile vistas. After flying through a dry creek-bed, the trail drops back down towards the river and your awaiting run.

Run Course Description – 6K

There is not a lot of time to think about the pain as you navigate all the obstacles (rocks), inclines (big hills), and water (that river again). This challenging course will leave you wanting more!

Age based awards will be handed out to the top 3 male and females in categories 19 & under, 20-24, 25-29, 30-34, 35-39, 40-44, 45-49, 50-54, 55-59, 60-64, 65+

Points are awarded to the top 15 in each group and by gender. Age groups are 15-19, 20-24, 25-29, 30-34, 35-39, 40-44, 45-49, 50-54, 55-59, 60-64, 65-69, 70-74 (m), 75+ (m). The XTERRA Physically Challenged age groups are 15-39 and 40+. Participants under age 15 do not receive points.
Skill Level:
Beginner, Intermediate, Advanced
Saturday, 28 Mar, 2015
Start Time:
12:00 PM
Join us for the 2nd Annual Tri Color Super Sprint Triathlon. This fun event has a special little addition on the run guaranteed to add color to your morning and you are able to by ... morepass the color. We welcome any all ages safety able to do this distance.


This is a chip timed event. Occasionally a split is missed due to a misread or improper chip placement. We apologize now if this happens.


Every athlete will receive a finisher's medal, t-shirt (you are guaranteed a shirt if registerest before we order them) and other items.
Super sprint
Skill Level:
Beginner, Intermediate
Saturday, 4 Apr, 2015
Start Time:
7:00 AM
This year we’re back at Kemah with parking at the boardwalk, transition near the water, and a run course winding through the Kemah Boardwalk. We hope you’ll join us in celebrating ... morethe 6th Annual Kemah Triathlon on April 12, 2015.
In the coming months we will update the overview with one comprehensive course map for each race (adult tris, kids tri, 5k). Until then please explore the links below and checkout each of the courses and what they have to offer.

This race is not for the faint of heart. Although very beginner friendly please keep in mind that If open water and/or salt water is not your thing then think twice before signing up. Keep in mind that swimming in the ocean can be smooth as glass or very choppy, it varies from year to year. A wetsuit will help with this. Wetsuits are used for warmth but another great benefit they offer is flotation. Most suits will keep a swimmer floating with little to no effort greatly increasing efficency and offering a much welcomed peace of mind. If you’re up for the challenge the olympic time trial boat start is a ton of fun and something you’ll remember the rest of your life. Typically the sprint swim is a bit harder than the olympic because of the directional changes (buoy turns), sun, and wave start factors. Either way both courses offer unique and rewarding challenges.

Althought the bike course is flat there can be a lot of wind at times presenting a challenge typically on the way out but rewarding you greatly on the way in. The run is simple yet enjoyable as runners get to take in the sites and sounds of both the City of Kemah and the attractions at the Kemah Boardwalk.

Kemah is truly one of the most unique venues in the United States and we are beyond exited that they’ve allowed us to move the race back to where it all began in the heart of the City of Kemah and the Kemah Boardwalk. Also, remember that this event is an Escape to Alcatraz Qualifier and part of the Escape To Series! Top age group winners in the olympic distance race will receive a qualification spot to one of the most sought after races in the world.
Super sprint, Sprint, Olympic
Skill Level:
Beginner, Intermediate, Advanced, Elite
Saturday, 11 Apr, 2015
Start Time:
7:00 AM
Take the guesswork out of triathlon training and racing! We ’ll be working with you this evening to help you design your own triathlon training calendar. We will also talk about choosing ... morethe proper equipment, fueling tips, transition tips and suggestions, swimming and open-water tips, & how and when to taper and why it is so important!

Plus, on Saturday, June 6th Bayou City Outdoors will be holding a “Try it on Tri” for beginners. This event will be for all triathletes who want to practice their swim/bike/run and transitions. Set up to be a fun-only event, it will model a triathlon from start to finish!

Save yourself from trial-and-error experiences that discourage many from giving Tri’s a try! Be a smart triathlete from the get-go. Your speakers this evening will be a panel of BCO triathletes.
Monday, 13 Apr, 2015
Start Time:
7:00 PM
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