PACKET PICK-UP LOCATION
Epic Bike and Sport
Village at Burlington Creek
6000 NW 63rd Terrace
Kansas City, MO 64151
More details coming soon!
What to bring:
$12 for one-day USAT pass (if not already purchased)
USAT one-year pass (if purchased one)
money for raffle tickets, WIN for KC merchandise, or last minute items from EPIC
excitement!! You are almost there!!!
NOTE: According to USAT regulations all participants are required to show a photo I.D. at packet pick-up before receiving race materials, this means that no one besides the participant can pick up their packet. If a participant is unable to attend either packet pick-up, they can pick up their packet on race day.
USAT Requirements: All participants are required to show proof of USAT membership or purchase a one-day USAT pass ($12 for adults, $5 for youth). If you did not purchase during registration, you will be asked to do so at packet pick-up before receiving race materials.
Registration fees are non-refundable; race numbers and entries cannot be transferred to another year or another person. Once your registration entry has been received, you will not receive a refund if you cannot participate, or if the event is cancelled because of weather, natural disaster or other unforeseen circumstances. The race director reserves the right to cancel this event if weather conditions pose a danger to the participants.
RACE DAY PARKING INFORMATION:
WIN for KC strongly advises all athletes, volunteers and spectators to carpool and arrive as early as possible to the event! Athletes, plan to arrive between 5:00 a.m.-6:15 a.m. to allow time to park, transport bike and gear, get set up in transition area, etc. There are several different parking options and they are as follows:
Additional details for 2014 Race Day Parking information coming soon!
Athlete Parking - Vehicles displaying the parking tag may park in the designated Athlete Parking area. This Parking area is closest to the race site (off Paradise Road)
Volunteer and Sponsor Parking - Vehicles displaying the appropriate Permit may park in the designated Volunteer and Sponsor Parking near the transition area/race site.
Spectator Parking - Vehicles that do not have an Athlete Parking tag will need to park in the Spectators Parking. This parking is located south of the convenience store on Collins Road/Camp Branch Road at the Kelsey Youth Camp.
There will be shuttle service available for spectators use only from Kelsey Youth Camp to the Paradise General Store (8419 Collins Rd, Paradise, MO 64089). Spectators will be asked to walk from the Paradise General Store to the race site (which is about a ½ mile walk).
Everyone is encouraged to CARPOOL. This will help alleviate your stress on race day and support our Going Green efforts!
Directions to Parking Areas (from the Kansas City metro area):
1. Take Highway 169 North to Smithville.
2. Stay on 169 all the way through Smithville, going through multiple traffic lights (past the Super 8, QT, a
3. You will leave town on rolling hills. Keep going north on 169 about three miles out of town. Do NOT turn
4. Turn right on W. Take W around the north side of the lake and you will cross a bridge. Keep going until
5. ATHLETES: Turn right on Paradise Rd (before the Paradise General Store). The designated Athlete
Location: Sailboat Cove Park on Smithville Lake, in Smithville, Missouri.
Distances: 500 meter swim, 10 mile bike, 5K run
Course: The swim will be in the water to the south of Sailboat Cove on Smithville Lake. The transition area will be on a paved parking lot near the beach. The bike course is a mostly flat, out-and-back on Highways W and J. The run is on the paved trails to the southeast of the transition area. Course Maps
Aid Stations: There will be three aid stations along the course. One just outside of the transition area and two along the run course. Water and an electrolyte drink mix (Gatorade) will be provided at each aid station.
Age groups: While you will be racing in a time trial fashion, for the purposes of timing, you will be placed in the standard USAT age groups, with a few alterations for youth. 12-14, 15-19, 20-24, 25-29, 30-34, 35-39, 40-44, 45-49, 50-54, 55-59, 60-64, 65-69, 70+. Note: We will be following the USAT age-up rule: your age group placement will be based on your age as of December 31, 2012.
New for 2014: Due to the increase number of participants, we will offer an experienced triathlete wave at the start of the race. This allows experienced triathletes to complete the swim and get on the bike course sooner, providing a safer flow of athletes throughout the race course. Please note, the experienced triathlete wave placement does not affect overall results as swim start is still chip timed.
The swim start WILL be a time trial start where one woman enters the water every three seconds. You will place yourselves with the appropriate pace the morning of the race. Starting at 6 minutes and going up, there will be minute-marker signs and you will place yourself in line according to your swim time where you feel most comfortable.
Minute-Markers will placed are as follows:
RACE DAY SCHEDULE OF EVENTS
Gates open to participants & spectators
Packet Pick-up opens in Gazebo
Body Marking and Chip Pick-up opens
Transition Area opens
6:30 AM-7:00 AM
Swim warm up area open
Pre-race meeting for all participants
Transition Area closes
Paradise Road closes to all vehicles
Door prize winner names posted in Gazebo
10:30 AM (approximately)
Your race entry includes many benefits and advantages:
- Entry into the race
· Race day parking pass and park fees
· Safe and enjoyable course (including the bike course is closed to traffic)
· Reusable race bag
· Finisher medal
· Participant t-shirt
· Water bottle
· Finisher towel
· Finish Line Festival
· Post-race pancake breakfast
· Great door prizes and raffle items (Garmin watches, and more)
· Time trial start
· Chip-timed event
· USAT sanctioned event
· USAT certified race director
· Certified Green Race
· Various discounts offered from the event sponsors
· Friendly, experienced and helpful volunteers
· Experienced and friendly medical staff on-site
Traveling to Kansas City for the triathlon?
Out of town guests are strongly encouraged to camp near the race site. Clay County Parks and Recreation offers a variety of camping options very close to the race site.