Triathlon & Tri Relay
June 22, 2019 (7:30am)
82 Dam Crest Road
Cochiti Lake, NM 87083
Swimming: 400M Freestyle (open water), Cycling: 20K, Road Race: 5K
Tri Relay: Open Event - (No qualification Needed)
2019 Participant List: Please Click Here
Parking Information: FREE
1. The Tri Relay will be the first wave of the event. (Age division waves for individuals will follow)
Campground Info: There are 80 campsites available with water/electric hookup and communal restrooms and showers.
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Cochiti Lake Elevation: 5,584’
Wet Suit Guidelines: Per the guidelines we will have a USA Triathlon Official onsite who will measure the water temperature two hours prior to the start of the race. At that time we will announce to the athletes whether the event will be wet suit legal or not. Wet suits are legal if the temperature is 78 degrees and below.
Water Info: Average (June 22) Temperature – 68.5˚ - SEE GRAPH BELOW.
Sanctioning: USA Triathlon
A USA Triathlon membership is required to compete in the sport. Athletes who are not members of USA Triathlon must purchase a one-day membership at check-in.
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Bike Shops – RENTALS:
High Desert Bicycles
6624 Caminito Coors NW
Albuquerque, NM 87120
8110 Louisiana Blvd NE
Can reserve a bike online @ highdesertbicycles.com
Fat Tire (Triathlon, Time Trial and Road Bikes for Rental)
421 Montano Rd. NE
Albuquerque, NM 87107
COCHITI LAKE WATER TEMPERATURE
Cochiti Recreation Area is located in Sandoval County, New Mexico, within the boundaries of the Pueblo de Cochiti Indian Reservation. The lake offers two public recreation areas: Cochiti on the west side of the lake and Tetilla Peak on the east side. Both sides offer spectacular scenic views of the water and surrounding mountains. The Cochiti Dam is one of the ten largest earth-fill dams in the United States, and also one of the largest in the world. The lake derives its name from the Indian Pueblo on the Cochiti Reservation.