Friends of the Wolfman

So you like the Wolfman?! Well, if you like the Wolfman...you will definitely like these events as well. Check these other triathlons out!


Root River Triathlon - May 15, 2021

The Root River Triathlon is a “doable”, non-swimming triathlon set in Southeast Minnesota's Root River valley in scenic Bluff Country.  Registration is now open for individuals and teams.

The first triathlon was held in 1998 by the City of Houston. Participation is open to men and women of every age (Young people of 17 years and younger with the consent of their guardian!!)

Participants begin by canoeing or kayaking six and one-half miles down river from Houston to Mound Prairie where they then hop onto their bikes for an eight-mile road ride back to Houston. Some hills en route are challenging (% grade) and demand an extra effort.  The race wraps up with a three-mile, fairly level run, starting on the Root River trail and then winding through the streets of Houston. The finish is at the Band Shell in beautiful Trailhead Park where the award ceremony will take place around noon.

White Deer Duathlon - May 15, 2021

White Deer Triathlon (Duathlon in 2021) – The 2021 White Deer Duathlon will be staged at the Boulder Junction Community Center and will feature a 6.5k run, a 22k bike (same route as the triathlon) and finish with a 2k run.

Individuals and 2-person relay teams are welcome to participate.  Your fun adventure begins in beautiful Boulder Junction. A challenging (but not too challenging) endurance course awaits you!

Chippewa Triathlon - June 12, 2021

Chippewa Triathlon- Cass Lake, MN, June 12th 2021.  The Chippewa Triathlon is a unique event that combines canoeing, biking, and running, all through the Chippewa National Forest in Cass Lake, Minnesota. The course follows the centuries-old "Pike Bay Connection". Approximate leg-Distances: 15-mile canoe (including 6 portages totaling 1.8 miles), 29-mile mountain bike, 5-mile trail run.  Final course is set right before the race based on wind, recent and forecasted weather, etc.

Black Squirrel Scurry Triathlon - July 24, 2021

This is our 4th annual event in conjunction with Ballyhoos Lobsterfest.  The Black Squirrel Scurry is a triathlon that features a 2 mile paddle down the Prairie River, a 17.5 mile bike ride featuring the River Bend Trail out to the countryside of Lincoln County, and a 5k trail run through the Merrill Area Rec Complex and Council Grounds State Park. Races include divisions for 19 and Under Relays, Corporate Relays, Tandems, and  Aged divisions for individuals.  Proceeds from this event will be donated to the “Northwoods Veterans Post” and Friends of the River Bend Trail.  Timing is provided by T & H timing Services, LLC.  Registration will open January 1st, 2021 at Runsignup.com.

In between the event and the awards ceremony located at Ballyhoos, there will live music. Grab a lunch, sit back and enjoy the music! Raffle after awards!!  

W.I.L.D Hodag Mine-Triathlon - August 28, 2021

Join Mini-Triathletes at Holiday Acres Resort, on Saturday, August 28, 2021 at 8:00AM, as Health In Motion and local Rhinelander businesses play host to the W.I.L.D. Hodag Mini Triathlon. The 300yrd swim (or 1/2 mile kayak), 10k bike (off road) and 5k run courses will challenge athletes among the woods & waters of the scenic Northwoods. Proceeds to benefit W.I.L.D (Wise Intentional Leadership Development) to further Youth leadership skills internationally and locally. For more information see: www.wildleadership.org

Kickapoo Reserve Dam Challenge-October 2, 2021

Kickapoo Reserve Dam Challenge - The Kickapoo Reserve Dam Challenge Triathlon challenges participants to compete among the rugged hills of scenic southwestern Wisconsin's rural countryside and the Kickapoo Valley Reserve. Proceeds from this event benefit the Kickapoo Valley Reserve education program.

Paddle 7 miles down the winding Kickapoo River along rock outcroppings and through diverse vegetation. The river route begins at Bridge 7 and ends at the Bridge 14 transition area.

Road Bike 15 miles through the hilly Driftless area. The route takes you through the valleys and over the ridge in one of Wisconsin's most scenic rural landscapes. Steep climbs and rapid descents provide the ride of a lifetime! All cyclists must observe Wisconsin traffic laws. Helmets are required. Drafting is prohibited.

Trail Run 3 miles in the Kickapoo Valley Reserve.  The course consists of winding and wooded trail and Old Highway 131 Multi-Use Trail, which is a deteriorating road bed.

The transition area is located on County P near Bridge 14 in the Kickapoo Valley Reserve. Parking for the race is offered at Bridge 14. A shuttle takes paddlers to the Bridge 7 start. The bike and run legs begin and end at the transition area.  Check-in, refreshments, and awards all happen here!

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