TRISCOTTSDALE Saturday Ride, Jingle Bell Tri, Scottsdale Mile

Saturday Ride 
Will still be a little chilly, but we'll start at 8 am from Panera, and take advantage of the new route through Hidden Hills to Fountain Hills, going down Palisades to the fountain, then back up El Lago to Palisades and back through Hidden Hills to get home.
JINGLE BELL TRI on Sunday!   
Come on down!  Start time is 9 am.  Check in at 8:30, Gainey Village Health Club.  We'll have a continuous clock at the swim start, then up at transition and Finish, so you can note your times for each leg.  Just email Abby,, that you plan to attend and bring $10 cash for a charitable donation
The Scottsdale “Holiday Mile”

How fast can you run a mile? Join us next Wednesday morning for a “point to point” timed mile on a flat city street. 

Where?  The start line is in the Chart House parking lot and runs north and east on Northern / Via de Lago, finishing at Eastwood.

When?  Start time is 6 am.  Meet at the Village Shoppes parking lot at 5:30 for a warmup jog to the start line.

The warm down is a jog back to the Coffee Bean with time for “bragging” rights.

Mile is self timed.  There will be a digital clock at the start, on a vehicle ahead of the leaders, and at the finish.

There is no cost and no t-shirt, just one mile in the dark, so bring a light if you have one.


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Founded in 2006 by local triathletes Preston Miller, Lewis Elliot and Marc Rubin, Tri-Scottsdale is a non-profit organization and triathlon club, dedicated to helping athletes of all levels reach their potential, from beginners to elite to professional triathletes, through daily workouts, beginner clinics, and athlete mentoring. Our annual Tri for the Cure AZ brings all members together to support a great cause, having raised over $300,000.00 for cancer research.

Friday, Apr 20, 5:30am

Saturday, Apr 21, 5:30am

Monday, Apr 23, 5:30am

Tuesday, Apr 24, 5:30am

Wednesday, Apr 25, 5:30am

Tri Arizona (aka.,Sahuarita)
Saturday, Apr 28, 6:30am