Hagan Stone Duathlon


The second race in the Trivium Multisport Series is always one of our favorites.  This is also the third race in the Trivium Club Cup Championship.  Hagan-Stone Park is a perfect venue for a spring trail run, road bike duathlon.  With some of the most well groomed trails, you will enjoy every second of the 2 5K runs. Our road bike course takes places on the roads surrounding the park. These quiet roads are a perfect venue for our two loop bike course.

5k Trail Run – 16 Mile Bike – 5k Trail Run



When and Where

Saturday March 11th, 2017

Hagan-Stone Park
5920 Hagan-Stone Park Road
Pleasant Garden , NC 27313


Parking will be available in parking lots throughout the park

Schedule of Events

Race Day – Saturday, March 11th
  • 8:15 am – Race-Day Registration and Packet Pick-Up
  • 9:45 am – Registration and Packet Pick-Up Closes
  • 10:00 am – Race Start
  • 12:00 pm (or earlier if most have finished) – Awards

Entry Fees


 Until Dec 21st Dec 22nd until Feb 7th  Feb 8th through Race Day
$45 $55 $60

Relay (per team)

Nov 1st until Dec 21st Dec 22nd until Feb 7th Feb 8th through Race Day
$75 $80 $90

What You Get With Your Registration

  • Custom race shirts (must register by 3/1/17 to guarantee a shirt)

hagan stone shirt design


  • Athletes are chip timed and given 5 splits.
  • Awards for top three overall.
  • Awards for top three age group placers. Age groups 14 & under; 15-19; 20-24; 25-29; 30-34; 35-39; 40-44; 45-49; 50-54; 55-59; 60-64; 65-69; 70+.
  • Awards for the top three Clydesdale, Athena athletes, and top Relay Team.


Course Maps

    Bike Course:

    These are some of the best roads to ride in the Piedmont. A good mix of fast and challenging, the course has something for everyone. With low traffic and smooth asphalt, this is a great early season bike course!

    Male Bike Course Record: Glenn Thompson (2014): 37.34

    Female Bike Course Record: Erica Roelofs (2014): 45:12

    Run Course:

    Hagan-Stone Park is known for its gorgeous, well groomed, wide trails. We love this trail run on either side of the bike. It is both gorgeous, challenging and enjoyable!

    Male Run Course Record: David Gile (2106): 19:19

    Female Run Course Record: Rebecca Kefer (2016): 21:36

    Course Map

    Transition Area:

    Early season duathlons are kept very laid back. Transition area will be first come first serve for racking. We will not be numbering the bike racks.

    Course Map


Rules & Guidelines

In the event the race should be canceled for reasons beyond the control of the Race Director or Race Committee (inclement weather or unsafe weather conditions; local, state or national emergency), refunds will not be made, but race packets, including race shirts, will be available at a location to be determined. Information will be available on the race website.

Refund Policy: No refunds for any reason will be issued for this event within 30 days of the event start date. Earlier than 30 days before the event, a request may be made for a 50% refund (this will be 50% of entry fee, excluding any processing fees). Entries CANNOT be transferred or deferred to another event or year. NO EXCEPTIONS will be made to this policy. By registering for this event you agree to this refund policy. To request a refund, please contact us on our Contact page and select “Registration” as the reason for your message.

Transfer policy: Entries can be transferred to another individual for a $5 transfer fee. T-shirt size will not be changeable. Entries CANNOT be transferred or deferred to another event or year. To request a transfer, please contact us on our Contact page and select “Registration” as the reason for your message.



Results for this event are available below:



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