Why $20 off?  So you'll sign up!

The Lake Meridian Tri presented by Outpatient PT is rumored to be the best triathlon in the Pacific Northwest.  Heck, it was voted one of the Top 5 Small Races in the Nation by Tri-America last year.  

Why the discount? We want to fill it...plain and simple.  Sign up tomorrow with the code FILLITFRIDAY and let's see if we can fill up this race.  A full race means happy, generous sponsors that give great prizes and giveaways. It also means ENERGY...great rabid gobs of energy.  Can't beat racing in those conditions.

Why is there a limit on registration?   We don't want to bust the seams of the park, or the bike course (which is open to traffic).  Too many bikes on the road means it's harder for the cyclists and the vehicles to safely get past each other - so we'll keep our race entries to a safe level.

See you on Active tomorrow!    Use the code   FILLITFRIDAY



WHO'S COMING TO THE LAKE MERIDIAN TRIATHLON?

 
 
TOP 5 AGE GROUP 
The 5 Top Age Group finishers at each of the Lake Meridian distances will stand on the podium and receive a pint glass at this year's race.  Typically, awards are given to the top 3 in each age group, but the folks at Raise the Bar figured why not celebrate and award 5 deep.


FINISH LINE THROWAWAYS
Tell your family & friends to hand around the finish line on race day - they'll be able to score some fun prizes too - noisemakers, beer cozies, t-shirts...etc. 
PRIZE GIVEAWAYS
The typical array of prizes will be given away at the race again this year during the awards celebration and pancake breakfast.  All athletes  present will have a chance to win:
  • Cannondale Road Bike valued at $1500 from Northwest Tri & Bike
  • Profile Design Armada 30 wheelset valued at $500
  • Profile Design Aerobars - 3 sets valued at $139 each
  • Massage Certificates from Outpatient Physical Therapy
  • Zoot Transition Bags, Hats, and Visors
  • Garmim Duffel Bags & T-shirts
  • Golden Steer Restaurant Gift Certificate
  • Boxes of Powerbar Products
  • And More..
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TOP 3 OVERALL FINISHER PRIZES
The  generous staff at Cycle Science Training in Tukwila will be providing prizes to the overall winners of the men's and women's Sprint & Olympic race this year.  

In the Sprint & Olympic races, each winner will receive a testing package that includes the following:
 V02 Max, Gas analysis, Onset of Blood Lactate, Maximum Cadence Test, Bifurcated Body Composition Assessment, Critical Power Testing, Personal one-on-one interview with the athlete (and their coach if applicable) to discuss the test results and suggested training. 

BA, MA, Ph.D. (abd), was for two decades the Chair of the Health Science, Wellness and Physical Education Department of Pierce College. Prior to moving into the private sector to work with cyclist, triathletes and runners, Steve developed and was the program coordinator for the Diagnostic Health and Fitness Technician Program at Pierce College and oversaw the Exercise Physiology Lab at Pierce College. Along with presenting research at the local, state, regional, national and international levels,  and publishing repeatedly in scientific journals, he has also participated in television, and radio appearances addressing health and exercise performance issues. Steve is currently the co-owner and co-founder of CycleScienceTraining.

SPRINT & OLYMPIC DISTANCE TOP 3
1ST - Testint Package from Cycle Science Training
2ND - blueseventy Transition Bag
3RD - Tifosi Sunglasses
SUPER SPRINT DISTANCE TOP 3
1ST - blueseventy Transition Bag
2ND - Tifosi Sunglasses
3RD - Zoot transition Bag
 
 
Saturday, August 16
8:00AM ready to roll!
Meet behind the shop

Northwest Tri & Bike
15423 SE 272nd St. Suite 106.1
Kent, WA 98042


If you're getting ready for, or considering registering for the Lake Meridian Triathlon presented by Outpatient PT, join the NWTB crew at 8AM for a ride of the Super Sprint/Sprint or Olympic bike courses.

You can find information about the courses HERE

The Saturday morning ride from NWTB is attended by friendly, bike enthusiasts like yourself who are looking for folks to ride with at their own pace.  That being said - everyone seems to have a different pace!! The group starts together and sorts out into smaller groups of similar speeds.  Please be prepared to make some new friends and know your way back to the shop if your riding group turns out to be small!