The TriScottsdale Foundation is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization dedicated to promoting, supporting, and developing programs for health, safety, fitness, and athletic skills in our community, state, and nation. We do this by increasing awareness of the sport of triathlon, developing programs, sponsoring races, and supporting athlete development. Best part? It’s free. There are no membership fees or forms to fill out. We are more than a team, a club, coach, race director, or vendor. We work with partners, sponsors, and athletes in achieving community and individual goals.
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 1st annual Crisis Nursery hike was a success.....thank you to all 70 who showed up and provided generous donations! #triscottsdale #bighearts #crisisnursery

Latest News & Updates

  • Avoiding Mental Burn Out

    Avoiding Mental Burn Out

    Trying to be a competitive triathlete while attending a school like ASU is not easy. As an 18 year old freshman I wanted to do 4 things: race fast, party, meet hot girls, and get good grades. It was a constant battle with myself whether to go to a dorm […]

  • Team Roka Discounts

    Team Roka Discounts

    Our discount code with Roka this year is T-TriScottsdale30 for a 30% discount off regular prices.

  • Join the Holiday Running Challenge

    Join the Holiday Running Challenge

    Run every day between Thanksgiving and New Year's Day in the Holiday Running Challenge. It's a great way to stay in shape and improve your running over the Holidays.

  • Lights Required on Weekday Rides

    Lights Required on Weekday Rides

    This is a friendly reminder that lights are required on our Tuesday and Thursday morning rides.

  • Soma, Quarterman and More

    Soma, Quarterman and More

    Big local weekend with Soma / Quarterman, plus some great running events, including AMAZING results from RnR Denver.

Weekly Group Workout Schedule

Monday – Run, Scottsdale Path/Canal
5:30am – Gainey Village Health Club, 7477 Doubletree Ranch RD, Scottsdale
Join us for a group run that starts in the parking lot of the Gainey Village, runs over to the Greenbelt path and makes its way over to the canal. The distance of the run varies from person to person but usually covers 5-7 miles and is flat. Several different levels of runners participate, so you are sure to someone you can run with.
Tuesday – “Gainey” Ride
5:30am – Gainey Village Health Club, 7477 Doubletree Ranch RD, Scottsdale

This is a medium to advanced ride that starts from The Village and travels through Scottsdale, Paradise Valley and Phoenix. It circles Camelback and Mummy Mountains with two series of 1-2 mile climbs near the start and end of the ride. There are two re-groups after each set of climbs to gather everyone. This ride averages between 21-23 m.p.h. and is geared for riders comfortable in large groups.

Wednesday – Track Workout
5:30am – Chaparral High School, 6935 E Gold Dust Rd, Scottsdale

Come out for some running speed work at the Chaparral High School track (located on the south end of the campus). Pro Triathlete, Lewis Elliot, leads the group through various workouts which range from 2-6 miles of total running. An example workout would be 1x2MI, 4x800s, 4x400s. Each session starts promptly at 5:30am with a structured warm-up before we get to the speed.

Thursday – “Gainey” Hills Ride
5:30am – Gainey Village Health Club, 7477 Doubletree Ranch RD, Scottsdale
This is a medium to advanced ride that starts from The Village and travels East through Scottsdale to the Hidden Hills area, total of about 27-28 miles. After leaving The Village the group spins until we hit Mountain View Rd. There we go up the steady include hard until we hit the Hidden Hills area. Once in the Hidden Hills area, the ride climbs 4 hills between 1-1.5 miles in length, regroups and then travels back to The Village at a medium to fast pace.
Friday – Starbucks/Paradise Valley Hill Run
5:30am – Starbucks Coffee Shop, 7001 N. Scottsdale Rd., Scottsdale
Looking to built strength for those longer races? This is the perfect workout to come out too then. The group leaves the Starbucks parking lot and heads West into Paradise Valley and runs around the hill neighborhoods on the West side of Mummy Mountain. The run varies in length between 6-9 miles through the various loop options people take.
Saturday – Long Ride
Time Varies – Paradise Bakery, 8777 N. Scottsdale Rd., Scottsdale, AZ
Our long ride is variable depending on the time of year and the needs of the athletes that show up. The ride provides for shorter options of up to two hours and very long loop option of 4-6 hour rides. Some of the popular loops the long ride covers include: Rio Verde/9-mile Hill, Bartlett Lake/Seven Springs, Black Canyon/Northern Ride and covering the Ironman Arizona bike route up and town the Beeline Highway.