rev3triathlon williamsburg

How 2 Transitions Work

That’s right, in Williamsburg you get not one, but two different transition locations. This may seem a little different but no worries, we have all the complications figured out for you…

Set-Up and Bike Check In (Saturday June 22nd)

On Saturday in order to drop off your bike you will need to drive yourself to Jamestown Beach Park at:

Jamestown Beach Park
2205 Jamestown Rd
Williamsburg, VA 23185

It is only about 6 miles away. There will be a drop off zone and limited parking. You will be able to park, check your bike, and then head back to the Expo or your hotel after this is done. We will have security in Jamestown Beach Park (T1) overnight to make sure your bikes stay safe and sound.

Race Day (Sunday June 23rd)

When you pick up your packet you will receive two plastic bags. One says “Swim to Bike Bag” and the other says “Dry Clothes Bag”. These are for all of your gear for T1. Once you leave Jamestown Beach Park on your bike you WILL NOT be able to come back. Transition will be closed.

In the morning we will have a drop off location for your Dry Clothes Bag outside of transition. Once you finish your swim you will need to put your wetsuits, goggles, cap, etc in your Swim to Bike bag and leave it by your transition spot. We will come and pick up all bags and bring them to T2 (College of William & Mary) for you. PLEASE REMEMBER TO LABEL YOUR BAGS WITH YOUR RACE NUMBER (stickers will be provided). We cannot return them to you if we do not know who they belong to. If you have a question regarding this, please e-mail info@rev3tri.com.

Shuttle Service For Swim Start

To better plan your race morning, the shuttle ride from T2 to T1, is approximately 12 minutes. The shuttles will run continuously from the Warhill Sports Complex to Jamestown Beach Park from 4:30am though 7:00am. Shuttles will be available for ATHLETES ONLY.  There will be no shuttles post race.

You will be able to drop your gear in T2 starting at 4:30am on race morning and then take the shuttle to T1. BIKES WILL NOT BE ALLOWED ON THE SHUTTLES.


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Colonial Williamsburg, the nation’s largest living history museum that introduces visitors to life in 18th century America. The historic Jamestown Island and Yorktown Battlefield are nearby, earning Williamsburg the nickname of the “Historic Triangle.” Visitors may also jump into modern times with a visit to Busch Gardens Williamsburg, which has over 350 acres of roller coasters, water parks, rides and attractions. Laser tag, haunted dinner theatres, bowling alleys and more are a part of the area, where there really is something for everyone!  <read more>


www.sportswilliamsburg.com - Check out everything you need to know about Colonial Williamsburg here! 

Prize Purse:

  • $4,800 (Olympic-REV)
  • $N/A (Half-REV)


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