Flatter courses in the San Francisco area



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Jason O'Rourke

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I'm compiling a list of courses to pass on to would be triathletes who don't feel very strong on the
bike course. Pacific Grove is, I think, the easiest one, but TriforFun is another that I don't
recall being hard at all for that leg. That way they can focus just on the riding hard, not having
to worry about muscle strength/burnout being the limiting factor.

What others might be good candidates?
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Jason O'Rourke www.jor.com
 
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Gwydion

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San Jose Int'l. Very flat, only one real hill.

Jason O'Rourke wrote:
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> I'm compiling a list of courses to pass on to would be triathletes who don't feel very strong on
> the bike course. Pacific Grove is, I think, the easiest one, but TriforFun is another that I don't
> recall being hard at all for that leg. That way they can focus just on the riding hard, not having
> to worry about muscle strength/burnout being the limiting factor.
>
> What others might be good candidates?
> --
> Jason O'Rourke www.jor.com
 
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Chris Maginn

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Here's a few more: Bethel Island (Sept), which is run by the Pleasanton Tri For Fun RD, TBF HIT (1/2
IM) at Rancho Seco, and a race that may not be happening this year.....Alameda Tri ONE (JA
Productions). The Alameda race may have been supplanted by a new Intl race in Folsom which is around
the same time. I've got an email into JA Productions about it but haven't heard back.

[email protected] (Jason O'Rourke) wrote in message news:<[email protected]>...
> I'm compiling a list of courses to pass on to would be triathletes who don't feel very strong on
> the bike course. Pacific Grove is, I think, the easiest one, but TriforFun is another that I don't
> recall being hard at all for that leg. That way they can focus just on the riding hard, not having
> to worry about muscle strength/burnout being the limiting factor.
>
> What others might be good candidates?