2019 Monadnock Full Throttle Triathlon
September 7th, 2019
Race Day Itinerary - Download Map
Registration - 7 AM at Monadnock Christian Ministries Campground
We recommend that you drop off your bike at the Shattuck Park public beach prior to check-in. Parking for the event is provided at the campground and shuttles are available to get back to the beach before the start of the race. Remember to stick around after you finish to refuel and watch the award ceremonies.
Swim - 9 AM
The race begins with a 1/2 mile swim in Thorndike Pond. Immediately following your completion of the swim, transition into the biking segment right at the beach.
The bike event follows a 11.2 mile route around Thorndike Pond. See the map below for the detailed route or turn-by-turn directions. The bike event ends at the campground where there will be a water station to help you push through the hike.
The 5.3 mile hike starts at the campground and follows the remainder of the road up to the state park. Athletes will climb the White Dot trail on Mt. Monadnock, descend the White Cross trail and finish back at the campground.
There is only one water station along the bike route so please plan accordingly. There will be at least 2 water stations along the hike route to the Monadnock summit and several more volunteer stations along the way if you need anything. You can recognize a volunteer by the race t-shirt and exclamatory shouts of encouragement.
Refuel at the Monadnock Christian Ministries Campground
Join us after the race at the finish line for food, hydration, and ceremonies.
Race supplements and materials provided by one of our sponsors Hammer Nutrition.
Fundraising for Little Lambs International
Little Lambs International plans several trips throughout the course of a year for volunteers to come and experience Guatemala. These groups travel to the construction site of our campus style orphanage and help, hands on, with construction and community outreach. You too can join us and make a difference.
To learn more about the Little Lambs International mission, visit http://www.littlelambsintl.org.