For this SUNDAY, Precision Bikes/Corner Bar will dedicate this Duathlon to our friend Dr. Lon Latiolais.
We will have a box set up at Corner Bar that morning.
If you have a personal message, favorite memory or prayer you would like to insert, the box will be closed up and given to his parents and brought straight to his burial site.
Even if you are not participating you are more than welcome to come out.
If you can not attend on Sunday, I (Amanda) will have the box at Precision Bikes on Friday and Saturday if you would like to come by.
Welcome to the Precision Bikes/ Corner Bar July Duathlon!
Get ready to sweat and have a cold beer after!
What: 2 mile run/ 10 mile bike/ 2 mile run
When: July 17th 10:30 a.m SHARP
Where: Corner Bar Youngsville.
Please get to the Corner Bar no later than 10 a.m and set up your “transtion” spot by your car or firends car.
**Helmets are required!
MORE INFO TO COME!
Join us at Corner Bar Youngsville Febuary 21st, 2016 to kickoff your race season!
2 mile run, 10 mile bike, 2 mile run!
K2 Coolers will be on the course and will have some give aways!
Come out for a great cause!
Local triathlete Daniel Allemond was diagnosed with Leukemia this past month.
Corner Bar and Precision Bikes will be hosting a Duathlon!
Anyone who is wanting to participate in the Duathlon, we are putting the fee at $20.
This is a videoclip from the Super Bowl Sunday Duathlon…
Video credit: Amanda Shone
WHEN: Sunday February 1st 11:00 a.m
WHERE: Corner Bar Youngsville
The route is the same as always! Everyone must wear a helmet!
Prizes will be announced soon!
It will start at 11 sharp!
After the race stay for a cold beer and great friends!
Over the weekend I made my third trip to the New Orleans 70.3. The event is such a great one that I’ve come back each year to do it again. How come? Well, I love to go fast—and the flat and furious race course provides just the opportunity. I’m also a fan of Southern Hospitality, Cajun cooking, racing in the heat, and great post-race parties. Plus, the finish in the famous Jackson Square is unparalleled.
Chris and I arrived in New Orleans on Friday. The race organizers did a great job treating the professionals right and provided us with accommodation near the Mississippi River (thanks, Ochsner!). This was a great opportunity to catch up with the competition, share some meals, squeeze in some last bits of training, and get ready for the day. With the new points system and a large prize purse on the line, Sunday’s race was going to be a stacked one. At the pro meeting on Saturday they mentioned the possibility of the race being a duathlon due to the windy conditions.