Are you the ultimate endurance competitor or are interested in triathlons and looking for something a little different?
We would like to invite you and other multisport enthusiasts to join us for our Semper Triathlon, Devil Dog Duathlon & 7K No Beach Out of Reach Run! During this event you’ll get to come aboard our beloved Marine Corps Base, Camp Pendleton and participate where America’s finest fighting force hails. There will be much to see as you participate in the home of our Navy’s LCAC (hovercraft) and take that bike ride into the heart of our artillery regiment, home of the 11th Marines! If you haven’t done this event yet it’s a MUST on the bucket list! If you have done this event then you already know and we will see you at the start line!This race is open to Marines and Civilians Ages 9 and Up.
All are welcome to participate in this event. Click here for registration and event information.
500 meter swim off of ACU-5 Camp Pendleton with an average water temperature of 68 degrees. The out and back 30K bike ride leaves ACU-5, follows Stuart Mesa Road North, and continues east to a turnaround point on Las Pulgas Road-moderate hills throughout. THE BIKE PORTION IS A CLOSED COURSE. The 5K run is a loop course through ACU-5. This run is flat and fast with a few easy inclines. Aid Stations will be located at the transition area, at the bike turnaround and every mile on the run course. Aid Stations are located at the transition area, at the bike turnaround and every mile on the run course.
7K No Beach Out of Reach Run Course (non-competitive)
The 7K No Beach Out of Reach Run begins with a 2K out and back beach run then continues with the same 5K run as the Triathlon and Duathlon which is a loop course through ACU-5. This run is flat and fast on the flight deck of ACU-5. Aid Stations will be located at the end of the beach run, and every mile on the 5K run course. This is a non-competitive/non-award race. Just for FUN!
Duathlon begins with a 2K out and back beach run. The bike course and run course follow the same route as the triathlon.
Traveling to Camp Pendleton?
If you’re planning a running or cycling vacation or racecation and traveling from out of town to participate in this event, consider staying in Oceanside. Oceanside gives you the quickest and easiest access to Camp Pendleton without the hassle of freeway traffic. If you’re traveling with your running, cycling, or fitness group, let Visit Oceanside assist you in finding the perfect location for your group to stay together or find a venue for a group celebration after the event. Contact our Group Travel Department for more information.
The race is part of the Camp Pendleton Hard Corps Race Series. These endurance events include cycling, running, paddleboarding, swimming, and challenging obstacle courses as well as fun for the whole family. See how your active lifestyle compares to our military forces. www.mccscp.com/hcrs