Date: October 6, 2018
Length: Formula 1, Super Sprint
Start Time: 8:30am
Location: Mendon Ponds Park (map)
A scenic duathlon showcasing all that Mendon has to offer
Formula 1: 2 Mile Run / 10 Mile Bike / 2 Mile Run / 10 Mile Bike / 2 Mile Run
Super Sprint: 2 Mile Run / 10 Mile Bike / 2 Mile Run
|Event||By Sept. 10||Sept. 11 - Oct. 4||Oct. 5 - Oct. 6|
Plus $15 USAT 1 Day License Fee if applicable
Available at the Fleet Feet @ The Armory Location (155 Culver Rd, #110, Rochester, 14620) on Friday, October 5th (10am-7pm) or race day at Stewart Lodge starting at 7AM.
Photo ID and applicable USAT Card REQUIRED to be shown for packet pickup
We are seeking volunteers to help at Registration, Finish Line, Transition Area, Food Area, Road Marshals, & Water Stops. CLICK HERE to sign-up to volunteer at Autumn Classic!
Formula 1 Awards:
6:30am - Transition Opens
7:00am - Registration Opens
8:30am - F1 Race Starts
8:33am - Super Sprint Starts
11:00am(ish) - Awards Ceremony
Bike Course Description: This 10 mile all road bike course goes through the rolling hills of the picturesque countryside of Mendon. The bike course starts out of transition in the Beach Lot of Mendon Ponds Park. Riders exit the park via Canfield Rd onto Mendon Center Rd towards 251. Taking a right onto Clover Rd and heading back into the backside of the park near the Nature Center via Pond Rd and entering back into the Beach Lot. Road, Tri, Mountain and Hybrid bikes all welcome. Helmets are a must.
Approximate Run Course Map
Run Course Description: The run starts in the field between the Beach Lot and Stewart Lodge. The run heads through the grass towards the entry way for the Boat Launch. Running up the boat launch road then meandering through the trails on the southside of the park before heading back towards transition again. There are some single track, grass, woodchip and pine trails. The course has its challenges but is a great entry into trail running with wonderful views of the beautiful Mendon Ponds Park.
Parking is available in the Beach Lot at Mendon Ponds Park.
Click here to view a map of the park.