PAY CLOSE ATTENTION; THERE WILL BE A TEST.
Everyone will need to park at the Francis Fairgrounds. This means all athletes will ride their bikes to the race venue (an easy downhill ~3.5 mile bike ride.) Consider this an opportunity to raise your heart rate before the swim!
Parking WILL NOT be allowed at or inside the Rock Cliff area. The Utah Highway Patrol and Wasatch County Sheriff will be present and ready to ticket and/or tow anyone that even looks like they are going to try and park along Hwy 32. Don’t do it.
IMPORTANT: As it was in previous years, there will NOT be a “drop-off” zone inside the park.
NO BIKES ARE ALLOWED ON THE SHUTTLES.
Have you seen the shuttle that Wasatch Kids provides for TriUtah? We’d never have missed school if our busses were this cool! They’ll be picking up friends and family at Summit County Fairgrounds in Coalville beginning at 5:30am and ending at 1pm. There is a $2 charge for spectators, paid in cash to the driver when loading the shuttle. Please be considerate of the Utah State Park and pay your $2 cash with a smile. It is because of them that we are able to hold this event.
Wasatch Kids offers day camps to kids throughout the Wasatch Front, providing a safe environment where kids can spend their summers with positive role models, while developing their social skills as they make new friends. TriUtah is proud to support this great program. If you feel so inclined, don’t forget to tip your driver.
How do I get my bike back to my car after the race?
Rock Cliff information:
The Rock Cliff Recreation Area has 51 campsites available. Because this is a nature area, it is necessary to pack in your gear to your campsite. If Rock Cliff becomes full, there are an additional 120 campgrounds at the Hailstone site on the other side of the lake, about 25 minutes away. Please watch for an email update with pertinent information.
Rock Cliff Nature Area is just that, nature. Everything from the wildlife to the boardwalks will remind you of why you love the outdoors.
Please remember to follow these few important guidelines:
Do not bring your dogs or other pets. Animals are NOT allowed on the buses and are NOT allowed in the general Rock Cliff area, other than along the single paved road. Rock Cliff is a sensitive nature habitat, so please respect this mandate.
Leave no trace:
Litter could jeopardize the life of this and any other event. In addition to littering not being cool, USAT officials may give you a time penalty for littering on the race course.
Please dispose of all trash in proper receptacles. Please clean up any garbage/trash in your transition area and respect the Rock Cliff Nature Area.
All athletes are required to retrieve any gel packet or water bottle that is discarded during the bike. A USAT “abandoning of equipment” time penalty will result if littering is witnessed by a USAT official. Please also keep control of all gel packets on the bike and run.