The Tradition Continues!
Welcome back to the Mt Shasta Tinman. We are excited that you have come back to support a longtime fundraiser for the Dunsmuir Rotary.
We have a new course that is not only challenging but beautiful and we hope you enjoy it! We have put together this small guide to help answer any question you may have. It is a work in progress so if you think of anything that should be added, please let us know and we can add it to the next update.
Special event- Athlete Happy Hour will be taking place at the Grill and Brew Restaurant on Saturday, September 5th from 4-6pm.
Packet pickup: Packet pickup will be available Saturday at the Siskiyou Grill from 4-6 and beginning at 6am on race day. Packet pickup will be located at far end of the transition area near the bike tech tent.
Body marking- Body marking will be located at end of transition area.
Transition area- Transition area will open at 6am. The road into the transition area will be closed at 7am. Relay team bike racks will be labeled. Please be patient and respectful of other athletes gear.
Aid Stations- We will have water and electrolytes in the transition area and we will have a water station at the run turnaround.
Parking- There are several lots by the transition area that will be available until 7am, when the road will then be closed. There will also be a large lot just past the Grill and Brew Restaurant on Main Street.
Schedule of activities- Athlete pre-race meeting on beach at 7:30am. Both the duathlon and the triathlon will start at 8am. We will be doing waves. Waves are dependent on number of entrants and ages, likely 5 minutes apart. We will have signs posted on packet pickup table with waves listed. Awards will begin at approx 11am.
Awards- We will be giving awards for 1st, 2nd and 3rd places in each age group as well relay teams. We will also as award for men’s and women’s overall winners.
Men and women -14 and under, 15-19, 20-24, 25-29, 30-34, 35-39, 40-44, 45-49, 50-54, 55-59, 60-64, 65-69, 70+.
Bike- Helmets must be worn at all times. Chin strap must be buckled. You will not be allowed to leave transition without a helmet. No riding of your bike in transition. Please get on and off your bike at designated spot. Follow all traffic laws.
Race numbers- Race numbers must be worn on run for all athletes. Numbers should be facing forward. Either attached with safety pins or with race belt.
Unsportsmanlike conduct- Foul, harsh argumentative or abusive language or other unsportsmanlike conduct is forbidden. This is a family friendly event and we want to keep it that way.
Headphones- NO Headphones, mp3 players, walkmans, or ipods are allowed on the course.
Trash- All athletes must not throw trash anywhere on race course. All trash must be thrown away in proper container.
We have worked closely with the Lake Siskiyou Resort to create a safe and fun environment and we ask that you observe the following rules to ensure fellow athletes and spectators safety:
- Transition area is only for athletes. Please ask family and friends who are not racing to refrain from going in the transition area.
- No dogs are allowed.
- Park in designated areas only.
- We ask that all spectators stay off course.
We appreciate you doing your part to keep this event safe for everyone who is here to enjoy the venue and the event.
Thanks again for coming!
Mt Shasta Tinman