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IRONMAN Routes on FulGaz
Full distance routes
IRONMAN 70.3 routes

IRONMAN Routes on FulGaz

IRONMAN Routes on FulGaz

FulGaz is super excited to unveil a selection of iconic IRONMAN and IRONMAN 70.3 routes on the app.

Using our cutting edge technology and data process, we’ve carefully re-engineered key routes to make sure that you have the best ride experience possible when you’re training inside.

We are currently recording a variety of new routes, and improving the ones we already have in the app.

You can find all of these routes within the IRONMAN ride channel in the app, or by searching “IRONMAN“.

Full distance routes

IRONMAN Arizona

The relatively flat three-loop course heads out of Tempe and zig-zags out to the Beeline Highway, which gradually climbs approximately 10 miles through the Salt River Indian Community to the turnaround just before Shea Boulevard. Athletes then return to Tempe Beach Park to start their second and third laps.

Filmed via car.

5:18:58
Duration
180.12km
Distance
604m
High metres

IRONMAN Australia (Port Macquarie)

After exiting T1, you head out on the Ventum bike course on to Clarence street and hit a few rolling hills along Ocean Drive before passing through Lake Cathie, Bonny Hills, North Haven and turning around in Dunbogan. On the way back get ready for the challenge of Matthew Flinders Drive. This infamous hill will be waiting for you at the 82km mark before you hit the new turnaround point at Buller St roundabout where you will head back out for lap number two.

4:34:23
Duration
181.14km
Distance
1427m
High metres

IRONMAN Canada – Penticton

The legendary one loop bike course is back! Athletes will ride through this rolling course and encounter scenic views on the climbs up Richter Pass and Yellow Lake. New for 2022 will be an out and back section on Willowbrook Rd and a winding descent down White Lake Rd before the ride back to Penticton. The course will feature eight fully stocked aid stations and one special needs station. Filmed via car.

4:16:00
Duration
191.16km
Distance
1864m
High metres

IRONMAN Lake Placid

The demanding two-loop bike course takes cyclists through the surrounding hills of the Adirondacks, each lap culminating with the 11-mile climb up “the notch” from Wilmington back to the transition area located at Northwood School. “Ride the bike course ahead of time. Especially the descent into Keene. Stay right and don’t brake. Sit up to slow yourself down and enjoy gravity.”

Filmed via car.

4:39:30
Duration
174km
Distance
1771m
High metres

Noosa Triathlon

Australia’s most popular Triathlon is popular for a reason. It’s a great event in an amazing location. Don’t believe us? Jump on and have a ride.

57:48
Duration
34.04km
Distance
211m
High metres

IRONMAN World Championships – Kona

The entire bike leg of the iconic Ironman course from start to finish. Good luck, it’s a BIG one.

5:01:37
Duration
182km
Distance
1431m
High metres

IRONMAN Finland Kuopio-Tahko

The two-loop 180.2 km (112 mile) undulating bike course takes athletes through typical Finnish landscape and between forest, lakes and fields. The rolling bike course includes a total climb of 1100 meters (3,608 feet) and is nestled between the forests and fields of the Middle Finland landscape. The two loops of 85 km (53 miles) are connected to a 5 km (3.1 mile) segment connecting transition to the bike course. This is the perfect sight-seeing of the spectacular landscape on two wheels!

2:33:25
Duration
179km
Distance
1091m
High metres

IRONMAN 70.3 routes

IRONMAN 70.3 Coeur d’Alene

The relatively flat three-loop course heads out of Tempe and zig-zags out to the Beeline Highway, which gradually climbs approximately 10 miles through the Salt River Indian Community to the turnaround just before Shea Boulevard. Athletes then return to Tempe Beach Park to start their second and third laps.

Filmed via car.

2:26:30
Duration
89.86km
Distance
792m
High metres

IRONMAN 70.3 Cairns

Cyclists exit Transition 1 (T1 – Palm Cove) and head out along Cedar Road onto the Captain Cook Highway turn right and head north to Port Douglas.The undulating, and winding course will take athletes past Ellis Beach to the turnaround point, approximately 2.5km north of Thala Beach. From the turn around point, cyclists will follow the Captain Cook Highway south, past Palm Cove and through Smithfield, down Sidlaw, Dunne and McGregor Roads before turning on to Yorkeys Knob Road and rejoining the Captain Cook highway down into Cairns CBD and into Transition 2 (T2-Fogarty Park, Cairns).

Filmed via car. Note: The course is a little longer as it goes north of the correct turnaround.

02:10:30
Duration
103.72km
Distance
419m
High metres

IRONMAN 70.3 Des Moines

Athletes will push their limits on this ride featuring rolling hills and city views. Filmed via car.

2:23:00
Duration
88.28km
Distance
391m
High metres

IRONMAN 70.3 Durban

The two-loop 90 km (56 mile) bike course is fast and undulating. The bike course consist of two laps on the M4 highway between SUNCOAST Casino/ M17 and the Umdloti/ M27 intersections. (Access from T1 to the M4 highway is via the beachfront promenade and the Moses Mabhida Stadium pedestrian underpass).

Filmed via car.

2:12:00
Duration
86.72km
Distance
587m
High metres

IRONMAN 70.3 Eagleman

IRONMAN 70.3 Eagleman is the perfect race for first-time triathletes and seasoned veterans alike. The flat bike course through the wildlife refuge will allow athletes to test their cadence while taking in scenic vistas,. No matter the goal, every moment of race day prepares you for something bigger down the road.​ Filmed via car.

2:13:31
Duration
90.8km
Distance
84m
High metres

IRONMAN 70.3 Finland-Lahti

Race Under The Nordic Midnight Sun. The one-loop 90 km (56 mile) bike course leads athletes through forests along lakes and across rolling hills surrounded by typical Finnish villages like Hollola, Sairakkala, Kärkölä, Vesala and Hollola for a second time before heading back to Lahti. Filmed via car.

2:02:24
Duration
90km
Distance
515m
High metres

IRONMAN 70.3 Geelong

The Ventum Bike Course is a 90km, 2 lap course where you’ll get a chance to head out along the open roads of Geelong. Filmed via car.

 

2:20:00
Duration
90.30km
Distance
447m
High metres

IRONMAN 70.3 Gulf Coast

A non-technical bike ride through the Florida pines. The one-lap course is flat and fast with some rolling hills to contend with. The highest point on the course is only 161 feet above sea level as you cross over the intercoastal waterway. As the day progresses light winds will challenge you on your return to transition. Filmed via car. Note: The course is a little longer as it goes north of the correct turnaround.

2:15:10
Duration
102.32km
Distance
273m
High metres

IRONMAN 70.3 Indian Wells

The bike course is a one loop course that’s fast and flat. Athletes leave Lake Cahuilla and travel across flat county roads before hitting the Thermal raceway. Athletes will then head through the City of La Quinta on their way towards the Indian Wells Tennis Gardens.

Filmed via car.

1:51:12
Distance
89.64km
Duration
186m
High Metres

IRONMAN 70.3 Melbourne

he clockwise course will take cyclists South along Melbourne’s coast as they get to chance to take in views of the iconic Half Moon Bay and past the Southern point of Beaumaris before turning around just prior to the Mordialloc surf club. The fast, flat and scenic course is some of the best cycling that Melbourne has to offer!

2:00:45
Duration
89.75km
Distance
410m
High metres

IRONMAN 70.3 Taupō

90km bike course starts to the cheers of spectators before heading into the rolling farmland surrounding Taupo. The course is described as undulating with enough challenging sections to create a fair race!

2:12:56
Duration
89.55km
Distance
436m
High Metres

IRONMAN 70.3 Port Macquarie

The perfect place for a race-cation. The superb race offers a unique challenge set along the Port Macquarie region’s spectacular coastline. This is the home of the Oceania TriClub championship.

1:47:14
Duration
91.82km
Distance
713m
High metres

IRONMAN 70.3 Sunshine Coast

The full bike course of the IRONMAN 70.3 Sunshine Coast.

2:15:00
Duration
89.2km
Distance
438m
High Metres
New to FulGaz? Here's the quick start guide.

1. Download FulGaz and set up a free account
We’re offering all new subscribers a 14-day free trial, no credit card required.

Downloading the trial gives you full access to FulGaz with no restrictions on content, or how often or how far you ride. If you’re returning to FulGaz for another go, send us a support ticket and we’ll hook you up with another trial on the house.

2. Connect your devices
When you load up FulGaz and hit Get Started, you’ll be greeted with a pairing screen. Here your smart bike/trainer/speed sensor will be picked up and listed. Select the devices you’d like to connect and click Let’s Ride.

Pro Tip If you can’t see your devices when trying to connect, they are most likely paired with another app (RGT, Rouvy, Zwift). You will need to deselect your trainer from that app’s pairing screen, quit that app, and restart FulGaz.

3. Set your preferences, weight and slope scaling
Click the settings icon to take a moment to set your display preference (metric or imperial). For the most realistic experience, enter your weight and bike weight. There are many other settings here also; it’s best to get a feel for riding FulGaz first before adjusting these. Start at around 60% uphill to get the feel. You can adjust this in ride also.

Pro Tip If you find the hills too hard, you can adjust the Slope Scaling, this is essentially the “trainer difficulty”. Adjusting this won’t make you faster, but it will make hills easier!

4. Download a video and ride
We always suggest downloading the video ahead of time. For any event you must download the video.  Before the event, test your set up with something from the Easy collection. These rides will give you a good “feel” for how FulGaz looks and interacts with your trainer or smart bike.

5. Get event-ready
Before you start your event, make sure you turn up at the start line ready.

Here’s a quick checklist

      • Download the ride ahead of time
      • If joining us on Zoom, download the app and run it on a different device.
      • Stay hydrated – have at least two bottles of water available
      • Have a towel and fan to help you cool down.
Why don't you have all the courses?

We are currently working with event organisers around the globe to digitise more race routes and courses for FulGaz. Stay tuned!

Do I need to be a subscriber to ride these?

Yes, you must be a FulGaz subscribers to ride these routes. You can access a 14-day free trial though when you download the FulGaz app.