The Black Butte Triathlon is returning for 2018 and CTC will be putting it on. The race will be taking place on Saturday, September 15. Registration is now open. There will be a race reimbursement program for CTC members. Details for race reimbursement are coming soon. For more information go to http://blackbuttetriathlon.org
Our first club race is coming up on June 3, The USAP Auburn Triathlon! A discount code is available for CTC Members. Email me at firstname.lastname@example.org if you're interested in the code.
The Summer Party is happening at 2PM on June 10 at Scotty’s. There will be a burger bar, raffle, and a no-host bar. Check your email for an invitation from Evite. RSVP by June 3. If you have not received your Evite, please email me at email@example.com
Tri 101 has been rescheduled for June 16th at Black Butte. This is a great way to learn about triathlon, including a swim, a bike, a run, and a transition clinic. The clinic will begin promptly at 9:00 AM so the athletes can be in the water by 9:30.
Training is in full swing. People are out swimming riding and running everyday. Keep an eye on the Facebook group for updates. If you don’t see a workout that fits your schedule, feel free to post yours and invite others to join you.
The Saturday Beginner LSD is at 9:00 AM. It is a slower paced beginner run going for up to 60 minutes. Meet at the 5-Mile Recreation Area near the bathrooms. Keep an eye on the Facebook group as this run may change start times and possibly duration as the weather heats up.
There is also a LSD run on Saturdays meeting at the 5 mile bathrooms at 8:00 AM.
The Monday Night Run meets at Wildwood park at 6:00. Keep an eye on the Facebook group for more info. Bring a headlamp.
CTC Track Workout:
The track workouts are moving from PV to Chico State due to construction. Track workouts are held every Thursday at 5:45. The details will be posted weekly on the Facebook group, so keep an eye out for changes.
The Friday ride will be starting again after the time change. This workout is great for beginners and experienced riders alike. The typical ride is about 26 miles. Start times change based on sunset. To get the start time and other ride details, contact Shawn Hughes.
The Sunday ride is run by Jenni Merrill. Location, route, and distance vary from week to week. Email Jenni to get the weekly details. Also keep an eye on the Facebook page, she will usually post details there as well.
The 50 rides meet on Wednesday in front of Rosedale Elementary. They start At the spring time change, and end near the fall time change
Two groups meet at 5:30PM. If you don’t know which group is which, ask!
The Fun 50, which is a no drop ride with a very casual feel. Expect to see speeds at 16-18MPH
The Fit 50, as the name suggest is a bit more racey. Certain sprints along the way and more aggressive ride expect to see speeds of 18-24 MPH
The Fast 50 meets. This is the fastest ride in town, speeds are hard to predict. but expect to see an average of 24 MPH, with the occasional surge of over 30MPH.
Come on this only if you are a self supported rider, as this is race like ride.
This is a shout out to anybody who has participated in a recent race. We would love to hear from you.
Multi-sport event results for CTC members are posted on the Results page of the website. Contact firstname.lastname@example.org with any errors or omissions. Please send any information on a race you have participated in. This could be as simple as your name and the name of the event, your results or a race report outlining your personal experience.
You can order CTC logo merchandise at the Squadlocker store: https://teamlocker.squadlocker.com/#/lockers/118241?_k=xw05zt
If you missed the last Champion Systems order and see all of your friends wearing their super-cool new CTC gear, don’t worry. The store will open again in early June for the Summer/Fall order.
Athlete of the month:
The Athlete of the Month for May is Jim Peplow. Jim recently completed Ironman Santa Rosa. While completing an Ironman is a great feat in and of itself, it’s even more amazing when you consider his journey. Less than a year ago, Jim was in the hospital with a broken hip due to a bike accident. He was able to rehab and come back stronger than ever. Congratulations Jim!
Please take the time to help us pick the next Athlete of the month. Just send an email to email@example.com listing your nomination.
2018 Club Races
Auburn Tri – June 3rd
Santa Rosa 70.3 – July 28th
TBF Granite Bay – Aug 25th
Tinman – Sept. 2nd
Black Butte – Sept 15th
2018 Club Events
Tri 101 – June 16th
Summer Party – June 10th
Practice Tri – Aug 19th
End of the Year Party – TBA
2018 Volunteer Opportunities:
Celebration of Life 5k – May 6th
Almond Bowl – Nov.
Ironman Tri Club Benefits:
Ironman branded races are offering new benefits for triathlon club members. Some of these benefits include early entry, priority tiered pricing, and payment plans. Visit http://www.ironman.com/triathlon/forms/single-sign-up.aspx to sign up and get more information. Make sure to update your profile with your tri club affiliation.
Have a great time running, swimming and riding this month.
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