The 26th Annual Wolfman Triathlon, presented by Wolfman Triathlon Inc., will be held on Saturday, September 12, 2020.
The Wolfman Triathlon consists of three segments: 3-mile whitewater paddle…13 mile mountain bike ride…and 3.5-mile rugged trail run. Racers begin in kayaks/canoes on the very rocky 3-mile class II whitewater section of the Wolf River just north of Langlade. This downriver canoe and kayak leg ends at the DNR landing in Langlade. Racers then pull their boats ashore and sprint to the bike racks for a 13-mile mountain biking portion of the race. After a short ride east on highway 64, the course enters the Nicolet National Forest and the area’s extensive network of challenging technical single-track mountain bike trails. The course eventually exits the National Forest, crosses highway 55 south of Langlade and continues on more purpose built trail culminating with a river crossing near the end of the mountain biking course. The last leg of the race is a 3.5-mile rugged trail run along the scenic Wolf River.
Race size is limited to 350 starts (a tandem is considered one start and tandem racers MUST share the same boat). Because the Wolfman Triathlon fills very quickly every year, and we only have a set number of starts, don't wait to register. Be sure to read the documents specified prior to registration. These can be also be found on our website www.wolfmantriathlon.org prior to registration so please READ!