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Rage in the Sage - Individuals

Description:

PACKET PICKUP AND IN-PERSON LATE REGISTRATION (FOR YOU PROCRASTINATORS) WILL BE AVAILABLE ON FRIDAY, APRIL 13TH FROM 3:30 - 5:30 PM AT THE TREK KENNEWICK BICYCLE STORE (3801 S Zintel Way b120). YOU CAN ALSO WAIT UNTIL RACE MORNING, STARTING AT 7:30 AM TO PICK UP YOUR PACKET AT KIONA WINERY.

This is the FIRST Event in the MultiSport Series - April 14, 2018

This race is at Kiona Vineyards and Winery in Benton City. The race starts with a 2.5 mile run along the gravel and dirt roads that surround the Kiona Vineyards and Winery (44612 N. Sunset Rd; Benton City). The run is totally cross country. The cycle leg (MOUNTAIN BIKES, ONLY) is 10 miles long and takes a few loops via the dirt roads through the Kiona Vineyards and neighboring Klipsun Vineyards, and then taking Artz Road and Sunset Road back to the transition area. After racking your bike, repeat the first run to reach the finish line.https://3rrr.org/wp-includes/js/tinymce/plugins/wpeditimage/img/image.png

NOTE TO LOCALS Kiona Vineyards and Winery,KS Vineyards,and Artz Road are all private property. Do not do training rides on these portions of the course without contacting Eric Greager (race director) at sageg@charter.net .

Course training rides will be held on March 17th, 24th, and 31st, and April 7th. Training rides start at noon from Kiona Vineyards and Winery in Benton City.

Entry Fee: $35 per duathlete or per team ($3 discount for 3RRR members)
Entry Fee plus One Day License: $50 ($3 discount for 3RRR members)
(As a sanctioned USA Triathlon (USAT) event, all participants are required to have a USAT license. If you are not a card carrying member a One Day License must be purchased for $15. If you are a current USAT member you won't need to purchase a One Day License. Simply enter your USAT Member Number where prompted.)

3RRR members get the discount mentioned above if they register by the pre-registration deadline of April 5, 2018 at 8:00 pm and they carefully choose the correct option in the Choose an Option drop-down box at the start of online registration below.

Athlete limit for this event is 225 individuals.Please note: Mail-in registration is not available...you may register on-line ONLY - NO RACE DAY REGISTRATION

On Line Registration Deadline: To be pre-registered for The Rage in the Sage, you must enter by April 5, 2018 at 8:00 pm.  $10 late fee after that date.  Last day for on-line late registration is April 10, 2018, or earlier if the particpant limit is reached. Race day registration will NOT be available.

ABSOLUTELY NO REFUNDS: We sympathize with life's uncertainties but there are no refunds or transfers (to another race or the team competition). Please, please, please plan accordingly.

PLEASE PAY WITH CREDIT CARD, TRANSACTION IS NOT COMPLETE UNTIL CREDIT CARD HAS BEEN ENTERED. Any registration without payment will not be valid.

Credit Card Options: Master Card or Visa

Chip Timing: Disposable timing chips will be used to record split and finish times. Timing chips will be distributed race morning at check-in. For  more information on these chips go to: www.nomadzracing.com .

Clothing Option: A long-sleeve tech fabric shirt for $22. They might not be available unless you pre-register.

Age Categories: 13-19,20-24,25-29,30-34,35-39,40-44,45-49,50-54,55-59,60-64,65-69,70-75, 76-80

Race Day Schedule: On race day, arrive early and be prepared for the following:
• 7:30 am – Packet pickup starts
• 9:00 am – Mandatory pre-race meeting
• 9:30 am – Race start
• Noon – Course closes

Special Considerations: Please note the following:
• Mountain bikes, ONLY. Athletes must use mountain bike frames with 26-29 inch wheels, and tires with a minimum 1.5 inch width (no road tires allowed) and have some sort of knobby, raised pattern that covers more than 50% of the tire surface.  So that means the slick portion of the tire is less than 50% of the tire surface.

Questions: Please contact Eric Greager at sageg@charter.net  with any race questions or "Contact Us" from the website 's menu with questions pertaining to registration.

Mini-Tutorial on Registration: To help you through the process, here is a quick tutorial:

  • Start at the top of Event Registration with the orange-highlighted box entitled “Choose an Option.”  Go to the drop-down list and choose which option (race only, clothing option, one-day license) you want.  The specific cost that will be charged to your credit card is also listed.
  • The next box down is the clothing option box.  If you chose the race clothing in the “Choose an Option” box, indicate your size in this box.  If you did not order the optional clothing, then select “none” in this box.
  • Fill out all required fields as usual and remember to include your USAT number when prompted if you did not choose to purchase a USAT one-day license.  If you are not a USAT member, you will need to purchase the one-day license for multi-sport events.
  • Continue with your registration until credit card payment is complete.

If you have any questions on this, feel free to contact any of the Website administrators listed on the Info – Officers page on our website.

Volunteers: We need lots of volunteers for all our multi-sport events. If you can help at this event, please contact Eric Greager at sageg@charter.net .

 

 

As you register, PLEASE pay careful attention when indicating your selection in the “Choose an Option” drop-down list.  This is where you choose whether you want the optional clothing option or not.  It is also where you select whether you need to purchase the USAT One Day License.  If you are a USAT member you do not need to choose the One Day License – be sure to provide your USAT member number where prompted below.  If you are  not a USAT member, you MUST choose to purchase the One Day License to do this race.

We are sorry but registration for this event is now closed.

Please contact us if you would like to know if spaces are still available.

Event Roster

NameRegistration Date
63 people registered
Dayna Haywood-OlsonJan 6, 2018
Allison LathamFeb 11, 2018
Jill Young-McMurchieMar 6, 2018
Eric GreagerMar 6, 2018
Bronson BrownMar 11, 2018
Will RobinsonMar 12, 2018
Diana RuffMar 13, 2018
Jim BrockusMar 14, 2018
Patrick HumberstadMar 14, 2018
Katy KunkelMar 16, 2018
Doug WadsworthMar 16, 2018
Jeff WibergMar 16, 2018
Brian SchurMar 17, 2018
JAMES HOFFMANMar 19, 2018
Scott BrewerMar 20, 2018
CJ LarsonMar 20, 2018
Liz LarsonMar 21, 2018
Paul MaisonMar 22, 2018
Steve AndersonMar 22, 2018
Kate SamuelsonMar 23, 2018
Aaron MrazMar 26, 2018
Galt PettettMar 27, 2018
Lyne PettettMar 27, 2018
Lisa EdlerMar 28, 2018
Brittany CostasMar 28, 2018
Maria BertagnolliMar 30, 2018
Chad QuadhamerMar 30, 2018
Anna McDowellMar 31, 2018
Sid WavrinMar 31, 2018
Kelly WavrinMar 31, 2018
Lisa WilsonApr 1, 2018
Kerri DealApr 1, 2018
ANDREW MACOMBERApr 1, 2018
Kathy MeadowsApr 2, 2018
Heather KesslerApr 2, 2018
Andrew HooverApr 3, 2018
Ryan BrownApr 3, 2018
ADRIENNE FARABEEApr 3, 2018
Joe FrancikApr 3, 2018
tony SAKOApr 4, 2018
Rob BartolApr 4, 2018
Lori BartolApr 4, 2018
Brian HooverApr 4, 2018
Scott SarberApr 4, 2018
Nathan HansenApr 4, 2018
Nolan WrightApr 5, 2018
Greg whitlowApr 5, 2018
Michael TupperApr 5, 2018
Diana ThomeApr 5, 2018
Oksana AndersonApr 5, 2018
Paul StiekemaApr 5, 2018
Al MorenoApr 5, 2018
Heidi StewartApr 5, 2018
Chris PowellApr 5, 2018
Vince NetheryApr 5, 2018
Guy JonesApr 6, 2018
Rose PalmerApr 6, 2018
Melissa SholomickyApr 6, 2018
Michelle FrohApr 8, 2018
Jeremiah NewellApr 8, 2018
tina gorslineApr 8, 2018
David PainterApr 8, 2018
Jordan CrawfordApr 10, 2018