Workout and Event Schedule

Tri Town Boise Bicycles Events and Calendar


Our seminars focus on studies and research to benefit endurance and triathlon training. Events are held at Tri Town and are free to the public.

  • How to Train for a Successful Triathlon Season (2/10/20)
  • Heart Rate Training for the Endurance Athlete (2/17/20)
  • Baseline Performance Testing for Triathletes (2/24/20)
  • Sport Specific Strength Training for Triathletes (3/9/20)
  • Nutrition Timing for Endurance Sports (3/16/20)
  • Basics of Road and Triathlon Bike Fitting (3/24/20)


The focal point of our clinics revolve around readying athletes with hands-on guidance for anything they may encounter in training or racing. Events are held at Tri Town and are free to the public.

  • Bicycle Flat Repair (pre-registration required) (3/30/20)
  • Triathlon Transition Practice (4/13/20)
  • Spring Sprint Run Course Preview (4/15/20)
  • Spring Sprint Bike Course Preview (4/21/20)
  • Team MPI Open Water Swim Clinic (pre-registration required) (6/20/20)

Community Workouts

Our group workouts are free and designed as self-paced workouts. The swim and Tuesday "Learn to Group Ride" will have a coach available to help new athletes. Click a workout on the calendar for workout details. Bike rides are held at Tri Town. Swims are heald at Quinns Pond, near Idaho River Sports and the boat dock.

  • Monday group swim at Quinn's Pond (starting date TBA)
  • Tuesday Group Ride (starting date TBA)

Race and Event Calendar

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Are we missing an event? Let us know (208) 297-7943

Tri Town Community Workouts (Free)

About Community Workouts

Hey, we get it- some people don't want a coach, but still want to throw down a good workout with fellow athletes. For years we've hosted regular workouts throughout the year that are free to attend. Most of our Community Workouts have a clear focus and workout goal, but are not necessarily led by one of our coaches. These are all 'drop' sessions (aka "No Hard Feelings"). We recommend that you view the route maps, read this group ride article, and simply show up a little early to get acquainted with other athletes and the workout format.

How do I get started?

We’re excited to work with you and help you reach your goals. Here are some tips to get started with some of our coaching and workout options:

  • To join our community workouts: just show up at the designated time/place ready to have some fun!
  • To begin private coaching: see our Private Coaching page for all details and registration, or swing by the shop so we can set up an initial interview. If that's too inconvenient, simply contact us and we'll get you setup by phone or email.

Whoa, this sounds too intense for me!

Hey, it’s okay! We understand that not everyone is trying to win their age group or qualify for Kona. We just love to talk about anything related to exercise, and if you have any questions about how to prepare for your next event just stop on by the store and we’ll answer your questions as best we can.