New Year's Duathlon & Fundraiser
Events, FUN Duathlon, Triathlon

New Year’s Duathlon & Fundraiser

Supporting St. Johns Shelter Program for Women and Children

St. John’s mission is to support homeless women with children to advance from a point of crisis to a position of self-sufficiency. St. John’s Shelter Program for Women and Children is the ONLY shelter program in Sacramento County focused exclusively on women with children – the most vulnerable of the homeless population. Since 1985, the program has provided a safe and supportive haven to more than 23,000 displaced women and children.

TBF Racing is excited to present the New Year’s Duathlon to help start 2010 as your best Multi-Sport Season ever! This Free event is to thank the athletes, volunteers, sponsors and spectators who attend and support our events. After this fun fast run-bike-run event there will be hot soup and coffee for all athletes along with a ton of Raffle Prizes given away. There will be an opportunity to make a donation in support St. Johns Shelter Program for Women and Children.

Entry Fees The New Year’s Duathlon is FREE. There will be an opportunity to contribute to contribute to the St Johns Shelter for Women and Children at the race.


There will be a finish clock providing finish times for all athletes competing. There will not be splits for this event.


First place Overall Male and Female in the New Year’s Duathlon will receive Overall Special Champion Awards. 

We will have Raffle Prizes for all participants involved in the New Year’s Duathlon.

Course Descriptions 

First and second runs – Both runs are the same course, and are mostly on single track trails heading out of the transition area and circling back to the first aid station at mile one and then finishing with another loop to the finish line. 

Bike – The bike course is a one loop 7-mile course on roads within the State Park. The course is winding and twisting turns with some small hills and descents. 

New Year's Duathlon & Fundraiser

Transition Area 

The Transition area will be on a first-come basis, with the exception of Reserved Bike Racks for TRI Clubs. The transition area at all TBF Racing events is for athletes only. All non-athletes must remain outside of the transition area at all times on race day. Athletes may choose their transition spot from any of the non-reserved racks – reserved racks will be marked for Tri Clubs. Glass or bottles are not allowed in the transition area.

Rules and Regulations 

Bike Course – ALL athletes MUST wear a helmet the entire time while riding their bikes. Failure to have your helmet on or buckled at any time on the bike will result in DISQUALIFICATION. This includes while riding your bike in or out of the transition area during warm-up and cool down.

Run Course – Run numbers must be worn on the run and when crossing the finish line. Exercise caution when running off of the trails, as there may be Poison Oak.

General rules – Numbers must be placed on your bike and worn on the run. Drafting is not allowed on the bike course. Riding your bike WILL be allowed in the transition area. No glass will be allowed in the transition area. 

Use of headphones or other listening devices during ALL portions of the race ARE NOT ALLOWED.

Finish Line

After crossing the finish line please take a cold water or Clif Shot Recovery Drink and cool water and continue walking to allow your body to cool down. You should remain active for 10 to 15 minutes while you are drinking and re-fueling your body. If you need medical attention or are feeling unwell please proceed to the TBF Medical Tent or notify a TBF Volunteer that you need medical attention.

Schedule of Events

– 7:30 am Transition area and Registration open 
– 8:00 am Race announcements begin 
– 8:30 am Race information announcement for New Year’s Duathlon 
* 9:00 am Start of New Year’s Duathlon 
– 10:05 am First finisher of New Year’s Duathlon

Packet Pick Up 

Packet pick-up and registration will be available from 7:30 am to 8:30 am at the race start/finish area at Granite Beach of Folsom Lake, Granite Bay.

TBF Nutrition 

Clif Bars are provided in all athlete goody bags. Clif Shot Electrolyte Drink and water are available in transition and on the run courses. Clif Shot Energy Gels are available on the run courses. Clif Shot Recovery Drink and Vitamin Water are available at the finish line. Red Bull Energy Drink is available at all TBF Racing events.


Hotel rooms are available in nearby Rocklin and Roseville at: Local Hotels. Make sure and ask for the TBF Racing group reservation rate.

Parking/Entrance Fee 

There is a $10 per vehicle charge.

Spectator Information 

Spectators are welcome at the New Year’s and all TBF Racing events. Spectator food and drinks will be available for sale and free coffee is available in the morning. Stop by the TBF booth at the expo and find out how you can learn the sport of Triathlon.