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SharynLS Amateur 22 posts since
Feb 7, 2010
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Apr 9, 2010 7:30 PM

SWFL.....anyone?

I was wondering if anyone was participating in the Naples Fitness Challenge Triathlon (Sprint Tri) this coming June?





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  • IronMakeover Community Moderator 738 posts since
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    1. Apr 10, 2010 9:00 AM (in response to SharynLS)
    Re: SWFL.....anyone?

    Hi there,

    My parents are snowbirds who live in Naples part of the year. My kids and I were there for a week or so in late February this year. I'd love your suggestions for trails/paths/tri clubs in the area? When I'm there I run around their association, bike on the path next to the highway and swim in the pool mostly, besides chasing kids.

     

    I've also heard good things about the Naples marathon?

    I hope you're able to connect with other athletes training for this event. & have fun!

    Sara





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  • GatorCraig Rookie 4 posts since
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    4. Jun 3, 2010 11:12 PM (in response to SharynLS)
    Re: SWFL.....anyone?

    I will be out of town Saturday but you should have fun at the reverse tri in Naples. It's a great event. Post how you liked it on this thread. I'll actually be in Ft. Lauderdale for a family event so I am competing in the Trailwinds Tri over there Saturday.

     

    As for bike routes in SW FL - in particular the Naples area I suggest going North out of Naples along the beaches up through Lovers Key and Fort Myers Beach, to Summerlin Road up to Gladiolus/Six Mile Cypress, then up to Daniels Parkway then East to Treeline. You can take Treeline all the way down to Estero Parkway to Three Oaks/Livingston south back to Naples. It's a long (70 mile +) route - but scenic and most of it is either on bike paths or there are bike lanes. Email me if you want any more information





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