The countdown is on!

At your hometown race, things are fairly straightforward – you’re going to familiar places, seeing familiar faces, and waking up in your own bed on race morning. But at a destination race? All that gets checked at the gate. Destination racing is a great way to see a new place and challenge yourself on a new course, but it’s also complicated. Not only do we have to prepare for the race itself, but now we have to deal with logistics – how to get there, where to stay, how to schlep all our stuff (there’s so much stuff!). Whether traveling to the next state over or across the pond, for a sprint triathlon or a bucket-list Ironman, this traveling timeline will help you arrive to the starting line stress-free.

One Year Before (Or ASAP)

Nine Months Before Your Destination Race

Six Months Before Your Destination Race

Three Months Before Your Destination Race

One Month Before Your Destination Race

One Week Before Your Destination Race

Travel Day!