Race Description

Our unique triathlon starts with a lap swim in our six lane heated pool.  Next, racers bike and run through the beautiful Barron countryside.  Participants can compete as a team or an individual in our Advanced Division - or compete as an individual in our Novice Division.

All participants can enjoy pie samples along the way, and a full slice at the finish!


BACC Icebreaker Triathlon - I Tri for Pie Reviews 5 - 1 reviews

Review BACC Icebreaker Triathlon - I Tri for Pie

5.0/5
Course: 4.0/5
Organization: 5.0/5
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Great local race, especially for rookies!

Excellent event for someone interested in a first triathlon, especially if they are afraid of the swim... you can rest every 25m if you need. Neither the bike nor the run are technical with plenty of space to go wide open. Roads are decent, especially since they are coming off a winter of abuse. Indoor transitions are nice but make sure you bring warm clothes since it's spring in WI. 2017 will be my third time and it's a nice way to kick off the tri season!

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Contact Information

Name:
Angie Buckley
Email:
baccab@chibardun.net
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Race Information

  • Location: Barron , WI
  • Race Date: 04/29/2018 10:00 (Estimated)
  • Categories: Advanced Individual - Male , Advanced Individual - Female , Novice Division - Male , Novice Division - Female , Advanced Team - Men's Team , Advanced Team - Women's Team , Advanced Team - Combo Team
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  • add race to calendar    Add to my calendar 2017-04-29 10:00:00 2017-04-29 10:00:00 America/Chicago BACC Icebreaker Triathlon - I Tri for Pie Barron , WI Angie Buckley baccab@chibardun.net
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5.0/5
Course: 4.0/5
Organization: 5.0/5
Great local race, especially for rookies!

Excellent event for someone interested in a first triathlon, especially if they are afraid of the swim... you can rest every 25m if you need. Neither the bike nor the run are technical with plenty of space to go wide open. Roads are decent, especially since they are coming off a winter of abuse. Indoor transitions are nice but make sure you bring warm clothes since it's spring in WI. 2017 will be my third time and it's a nice way to kick off the tri season!

Andy J.