Race the State utilizes the geography of Rhode Island to create a truly one of a kind race spanning Little Rhody!
Race the State Rhode Island is made up of 5 legs: 4.4-mile run, 2.5-mile SUP, 7.3 mile run, 5.6 mile kayak & a 28.5 mile bike
A support crew is a critical member of your team. Or, you can opt to have us provide your support crew for you!
With paddle boarding, kayaking and cycling your equipment is critical to a successful race, check out our recommendations.
Thinking about racing in Race the State? Awesome! Head to our registration page to learn more & sign up.
Congratulations 2017 Race the State Competitors! View this email in your browser Congratulations 2017 Race the State Winners & Competitors Wow! Yesterday was a stunning day for the 3rd edition of Race the State sponsored by Bank Newport & Ocean Point Insurance! 19 individuals and 28 teams totaling 150 people took to the course yesterdayRead More
23 Days ’til Race the State! 23 days and counting until the 3rd edition of Race the State sponsored by Bank Newport & Ocean Point Insurance. This is definitely a race you won’t want to miss – we’ve surpassed all registration numbers from 2015 & 2016, plus we are very excited to tell you about all the giveawaysRead More
Tim Dwyer’s Secrets To Staying Ahead In 2015, as part of Team Kettlebottom, the 4 person relay winning team, my kayak leg was about 20 minutes faster than the next competitor for several reasons. I expect that significant time gap to shrink as people learn how to paddle better, use the right gear and paddleRead More
May Update & Kayak Training View this email in your browser May News Update Leg 4 Kayak Training Guide Things are heating up in RI and it’s time to get back on the water and start your kayak training! We caught up with Tim Dwyer and Mike Giles, who had the fastest kayak timesRead More
April News Update Ride, Baby, Ride! Leg 5 Bike Training Guide Plus 2017 Race Start Time Change We’re just over 3 months to the start of the 3rd edition of Race the State and now with the warmer weather, it’s a perfect time to start your bike training. We caught up withRead More
Tips for crushing the bike leg of Race the State from Terry Halpin, bike course record holder at 1 hr 10 min 33 sec! What do you think of the course? The bike course is good; it has quite a bit of terrain to it – 900ft of elevation, I think. The hardest part about it is notRead More
Entry Fees for Race the State vary depending on if you are registered as an individual, 2, 3, 4 or 5-person team. Fees per person are: $130 – Individual $85 – 2-person relay $75 – 3-person relay $65 – 4-person relay $60 – 5-person relay. A portion of each entry fee will be donated to Official Charitable Partner Special Olympics Rhode Island.