Subject: SBR Triathlon Series SBR Multisports to host four sprint triathlons at Harriman State Park
New York, NY – March 22, 2007 – SBR Multisports announces the 2007 SBR Triathlon Series. The series of four USAT sanctioned sprint triathlons will be held on June 3rd, June 9th, August 18th, and August 26th. The races will take place at Lake Sebago, Harriman State Park in New York.
The SBR Triathlon Series will feature two courses with varying bike distances. Each race will include a half mile swim, 13 to 20 mile bike and 3.1 mile run. Each course is professionally marked and supervised, with water and aid stations. The race will be scored using the ChampionChip® system. Swim waves are categorized by age and gender and have been limited to 100 swimmers per wave. The bike course is hilly and scenic, on traffic controlled roads. The 5k run is on shaded, traffic-free trails. The course is great for both beginner and seasoned triathletes.
Harriman State Park is the second-largest state park in New York, stretching across Rockland and Orange counties, just 30 miles north of NYC. Over 46,000 acres of lakes, streams, scenic roads and hiking trails make Harriman State Park an ideal place for swimming, hiking, biking and other outdoor activities.
SBR Multisports is a triathlon shop in NYC dedicated to promoting a healthy lifestyle through multi-sport activities. SBR continually explores new ways to serve the growing triathlon community. Since triathlon participation is on the rise, there is an increasing demand for more sprint triathlons in the New York area. The SBR triathlon series will add four sprint distance races to the 2007 triathlon calendar so local triathletes will have the opportunity to participate in quality multi-sport events this year.
Registration for the SBR Triathlon Series began on March 20, 2007. Register online at active.com. Save by registering early or by entering multiple events. Registration is limited, so act now. Please visit www.sbrshop.com or contact Stacy at sjarg[email protected] for more information.