It is with a heavy heart that we announce the cancellation of the 2020 Wolfman Triathlon and Pre-Wolfie.  We held out as long as possible however between CDC safety recommendations and the inability to obtain the needed permits, we are left with no choice but to cancel.  All 2020 registrations for the race, camping & the Pre-Wolfie will automatically be transferred to the 2021 events.  There is no action needed at this time, we will email those who are already registered prior to the 2021 registration opening date to remind those they are already registered.  Please email us at info@wolfmantriathlon.org with any questions.  We will see everyone next year for one heck of a Wolfman!  We appreciate everyone's love and support!!


On a positive note, we would like to announce the 2020 Virtual Wolfman!! The virtual Wolfman gives those who have registered for the 2020 Wolfman Triathlon still a chance to "race" over Wolfman weekend.  First, complete the 3 segments of the race (3 mile down river kayak/canoe, 13 mile mountain bike & 3.5 mile trail run) where you choose the weekend of September 12th.  Then post your pictures on our Facebook page or email them to us info@wolfmantriathlon.org and receive a 2020 Virtual Wolfman decal.  Don't miss out on receiving this one of a kind decal so if you are not registered, better get signed up!  Check the image out on our Updates page!


The Wolfman Triathlon, presented by Wolfman Triathlon Inc., one of the first off road triathlon's in Wisconsin consists of three segments: 3 mile whitewater paddle…13 mile mountain bike ride…and 3.5 mile rugged trail run. Racers begin in kayaks/canoes on the very rocky 3-mile class II whitewater section of the Wolf River just north of Langlade, WI. This downriver canoe and kayak leg ends at the DNR landing in Langlade. Racers then pull their boats ashore and sprint to the bike racks for a 13-mile mountain biking portion of the race. After a short ride east on highway 64, the course enters the Nicolet National Forest and the area’s extensive network of challenging technical single-track mountain bike trails. The course eventually exits the National Forest, crosses highway 55 south of Langlade and continues on more purpose built trail culminating with a river crossing near the end of the mountain biking course.  The last leg of the race is a 3.5 mile rugged trail run along the scenic Wolf River.

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2020 Wolfman Triathlon Information

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