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“Doing a sprint triathlon was on my bucket list, and you all made the environment very easy to accomplish this. Thank you!” Jackie H., Raleigh

Sunday, May 17th 2015

The Ramblin’ Rose Raleigh takes place in May at the AE Finley YMCA in North Raleigh. It benefits the YMCA’s We Build People Campaign and Tri It For Life.

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Raleigh Bike Course

NEW BIKE COURSE for Ramblin’ Rose Raleigh 2015!

  New BIKE Course in 2015 for Ramblin’ Rose Raleigh! You spoke, we listened! We have developed an exciting, new bike course this year that has less turns and yes, less hills… it is still Raleigh, and YOU CAN DO ...

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SAVE $10 on Ramblin’ Rose 2015!

Registration Opens for the 2015 Tour THIS Wednesday! Save $10 on your registration! Use promo code “EarlyBird” and race for less! Promo code expires January 1st at Midnight. Cannot be combined with any other offers. Make sure to gather your ...

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Send Us Your Stories!

The 2015 Season Marks the 10th Anniversary of Ramblin’ Rose Women’s Triathlon. And we would like to celebrate YOU AND YOUR ACCOMPLISHMENTS! Have you participated in a Ramblin’ Rose event in each of the ten years? Or have you raced one, ...

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30% HOLIDAY SAVINGS on Ramblin’ Rose Merchandise!

Get a Jump Start on Your Holiday Gifts. Shop Early and SAVE 30% on any Ramblin’ Rose Merchandise.    Your favorite Ramblin’ Rose apparel & accessories are on sale and make great gifts for your triathlete friends or even yourself. ...

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Amy’s Story (Proof Miracles Happen)

My name is Amy Jones.  September 2009  I went into cardiac arrest; while 9 months pregnant.  I was diagnosed with PPCM (Peripartum Cardiomyopathy); a rare pregnancy related heart failure. Many emotional words were spoken:  My wife’s not breathing, she’s already ...

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Important Bike Course Update: Ramblin’ Rose Charlotte

UPDATE – see [Course Maps] Due to unfinished road construction on Julian Clarke Ave, the bike route has been slightly adjusted. Participants will now continue on Reese Blvd to Boren St, where they will turn left. From Boren St participants ...

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