Hi Susan, I would say the Luray bike course is rolling. Some people consider it hilly but I didn’t think it was too bad, less hilly than Columbia Tri if you are familiar with that one. There is a hill at the start and finish but in between there’s a nice descent and then a false flat/gradual climb to go back up and do it again. The only steep hill that I remember is the last one before the finish. We have the bike course here in the club library if you’d like to check it out.
Yes the Centennial Tri which I think has the same bike course as the old Columbia Tri (not the new Columbia Association Tri). We used to do the bike loop for the spring Bricknic when they were in Columbia.
Hi Susan, I’ve only ridden the Ft Ritchie sprint course but from what I can tell the olympic is very similar: a short but steep climb in the beginning, then a long descent, then a long climb on the same road towards the end. Elevation wise it seems roughly the same as Luray so it might depend on whether you like rolling hills or a long climb like Ft Ritchie.
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