Lonetree Sprint

July 23 – 7:30am

General Information

The inaugural Lone tree Sprint was a success and we’re happy to be continuing this event on July 23rd! 

We LOVE this event, great mid-season race,  open water swim and bike course with minimal traffic and a flat out and back run on asphalt and dirt.

With a slightly longer bike than your traditional Sprint, this event caters perfectly to those who enjoy spending time in the saddle, especially through our beautiful Colorado Foothills.

First 20 registrants may use the code LONETREE20 for 10% off their registration!

Sprint

  • 750yd Swim
  • 18mi Bike
  • 5k Run

ROUTE DESCRIPTION

Lonetree Reservoir is located just south of Loveland, CO.  500 acres of OPEN WATER, nestled on the west side of the Heron Lakes subdivision and TPC Colorado. Great water, beautiful views and quick access to the transition area.  Read course details below:

SWIM

750 yd clockwise swim. What do we love about this swim? The swim start and swim finish points begin and end on long concrete boat ramps. No mucky entrance into the water or at the exit. Blue Heron rookery on the south east side of the reservoir, it’s possible a few of them will be there to watch you begin and finish! Nice water~ nice views.

BIKE

18 mile course that takes you west towards the foothills. No great elevation gains here, 421 ft. total and no spectacular elevation loss, 425 ft. total. At mile two, you’ll begin a gradual climb towards the foothills and at mile five a nice downhill towards WCR 20 (W. 1st St.)  A few climbs, and few downhills, miles 10-11 a quick climb to CTY RD 18. Nice downhill to CR21, back south to CR16. CR16 will take you past Lon Hagler Reservoir as you wrap back around to SW42nd St and back the transition. NO stoplights!

RUN

Out and back course flat, just over two miles on asphalt and one mile on dirt road. Shade? Not really, so we’ll have aid stations stocked with cool water and fluid replacement drink. 

PARKING

This event will be capped at 300 due to the unabundant parking. We will have designated parking and ask on race day that you are respectful of the properties nearby and park only where we direct you. Carpooling is encouraged!

Registration Cost

No Race Day registration.

Sprint ENTRY

Dec. 15 – Mar. 13:  $85
Mar. 14 – May 22:  $95
May 23 – July 22:  $100

SUP category ENTRY

Dec. 15 – Mar. 13:  $85
Mar. 14 – May 22:  $95
May 23 – July 22:  $100

AQUABIKE CATEGORY ENTRY

Dec. 15 – Mar. 13:  $80
Mar. 14 – May 22:  $90
May 23 – July 22:  $100

RELAYS

Dec. 15 – May 22: $135

May 23 – July 22: $150

Categories & Awards

Sprint Event

Distances: 750yd swim, 18mi bike, 5k run
Awards:

  • Overall: Top 3 overall male and female (not duplicated with age group awards)
  • Age Group: Top 3 male and female in each age group:
    15 & under, 16-19, 20-24, 25-29..etc

SUP - Stand Up Paddle Board Category

Distances: Same as Sprint event
Awards: Top 3 overall male and female

*Must provide your own SUPs

Clydesdale/Athena

Clydesdale: 220+ lbs.
Athena: 165+ lbs.

Distances: Same as Sprint event
Awards: Top 3 overall male and female

RELAYS

3 divisions: Female, Male, Mixed

Distances: Same as Sprint event
Awards: Top 3 from each division

First-timers

First timer wave will start last, with smaller numbers per wave (no more than 50)

Distances: Same as Sprint event
Awards: Top 3 male and female (separate from age group category)

Important Info – Refund Policy

50% minus registration fees until March 14th.

No refunds after March 14th.
No deferrals to 2023 event.

On race day, race staff reserves the right and responsibility to cancel race in the event that putting athletes in the water or on the race course could be unsafe. Every option would be considered to delay or postpone the event or alter the race course. Race cancellation is always the last option, but the safety of participants and recommendations of permitting entities must be considered when making such decisions.

Register to Race

We hope you’ll hang out for postrace awards and food. We’ll have some fun giveaways!

Volunteers – All events need numerous volunteers to run a safe and organized event. Some local youth organizations will be benefiting from this event and helping run the race, but there is always need for more volunteers! If you would like to volunteer and enjoy a free lunch and T-shirt, email Peggy Shockley.