The overall female and male winners and new course record holders of the Asheville Triathlon in Hendersonville, were Jenn Stanton and Ricky Flynn. Jenn Stanton is a pro triathlete from Charlotte, NC and had a time of 1:15:46. Ricky Flynn, also a pro triathlete and...
Routes via Ride with GPS with clickable links/elevation and cue sheets
Asheville Duathlon Run #1 https://ridewithgps.com/routes/30559040
Asheville Duathlon Bike https://ridewithgps.com/routes/30978451
Asheville Duathlon Run #2 - Westover Trails https://ridewithgps.com/routes/30786766
20 Mile – https://ridewithgps.com/routes/30660041
40 Mile – https://ridewithgps.com/routes/30667543
60 Mile – https://ridewithgps.com/routes/30783313
10k Off Road – https://ridewithgps.com/routes/30529766
When arriving at Biltmore you will follow traffic to Antler Hill Village and be parked by Biltmore Estate Parking Hosts. Leave yourself PLENTY of time to get onto the estate and to the parking lots. It takes a minimum of 20 minutes when coming onto the estate to get to Antler Hill Village. When the first races begin at 7:45am, traffic will be held on the estate until at least 8:05am. SO PLEASE DON’T BE LATE!
Please note: If you are participating in the duathlon, your bike will need to go to the transition area and be set up prior to the race. So leave yourself plenty of time to unload your bike and race items at your car, walk your items to transition and get set-up prior to the race start. There is NO DROP OFF or UNLOAD AREA! Please orient yourself with transition when you arrive at the event and how you will go in/out the transition area on Run 1, Bike IN/Bike Out and Run 2. If you go out the transition area the wrong way during the race, your transition split time will be inaccurate and may not show up for you in the results. See Hub Map for details on transition and location of the zone in Antler Hill Village.
2019 AORS Participant Guide
Here’s your 2019 Asheville Off Road Series Participant Guide. This guide includes the race schedule for the Asheville Duathlon, Asheville Off-Road 10K and the Asheville Gravel Grinder Bike events all set for Sunday, September 15th.
We hope everyone has an amazing Asheville Off Road Series experience at Biltmore Estate! Please contact firstname.lastname@example.org if you have any questions about this event.
What’s it like to ride the Gravel Grinder?
We get a lot of questions about what the Gravel Grinder is like to ride. Here longtime cyclist and Asheville local Billy McCracken talks about the course, which is part asphalt, mostly gravel, and not too much elevation gain. This event takes place on the West side of Biltmore Estate. Video Credit: Wright Creative, Inc.
Past iDaph Blogs
With just over 100 participants on Sunday, July 19th, the iDaph Events team proved that, with an abundance of planning and safety precautions, successful live endurance events are still a possibility for our community. Participants donned face coverings before and...
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