What time does the race start?
The Half Rev will begin at 7:30am. The Olympic Rev will begin at 8:00am. The swim waves will be a time trail start.
Where is the best place to drop Athletes off on race morning?
We recommend all athletes get dropped at Tommy Bartlett’s on race morning. Cars will not be allowed into the Transition parking lot after 7:15am on race morning, if you are planning to drop your athlete at Transition we recommend you do so before 7:15am. If you plan to arrive later you will need to park at Noah’s Ark and walk to Tommy Bartlett’s (about a half a mile walk)
Where is Athlete and Spectator Parking?
All athletes should use the Noah’s Ark Express Entrance from the Wisconsin Dells Parkway to gain access to the Rev3 Expo & Race Registration. Limited parking will be available at Noah’s Ark on Saturday; If you can walk to the expo we recommend it. On race morning, parking will be available on public streets and athletes can be dropped off at transition at Tommy Bartlett’s until 7:15 am, or anytime at the expo at Noah’s Ark. There will be no parking allowed at Tommy Bartlett’s.
How can I track my athlete?
We will have multiple timing maps on the bike and run course. When your athlete crosses these mats their splits are sent to our servers in real time. You may stop by the Rev3 Timing Trailer (located in the Expo) at any time on race day to look for your athletes splits! Three Separate computers with 40 inch screens will be available for all spectators to use. If you are not watching on site friends and families can still tune in at www.rev3tri.com and click the Live link so get updates from your athlete.
Do we have access to any post race activities?
The finish line will be the place to be! We will have post race food for athletes. Vendors will be available for spectators to purchase food.
Where will medical tents be located?
Medical tents will be located at the Finish line. Please see any Rev3 volunteer for more information and look for the red flag that says Medical.
Can I run across the finish line with my athlete?
Yes! It’s best to position yourself at the beginning of the finishing line chute to run in with your athlete. Please be aware of other racers around you…and SMILE!
Where are the best locations to view the race and athletes?
Due to the course being an out and back there will be several spots to catch your athlete. Transition is always a good hot spot to catch all of the action. Spectators can also get a glimpse of your athlete on Bunker Road for the run. Line the roads and let them hear you cheer!
What roads are closed or have restricted lanes?
- E. Hiawatha will be closed from 7:00am to 1:00pm between Nixon and County A eastbound.
- East Lake Ave will be impacted from 9:30am-4:00pm between WI Dells Parkway and Noah’s Ark Entrance
- Canyon Rd will be impacted from 9:30am-3:30pm between County A & E. Adams Street
- Bunker Rd will be impacted from 9:15am-3:15pm