NYTri4All is a New York City based not-for-profit Triathlon Club for all levels. Our dream was to create a Tri Club for people who love the sport and want to meet with fellow athletes for training and racing and also for social events. We want to make triathlon and being member in a triathlon club accessible for everybody and this is why our club fees will be kept as low as possible.



Whether it is about finishing, living a big adventure or racing. Whatever your goals are, we welcome and celebrate all accomplishments. At the end of the day, “fast” is relative. While everyone is of course free to choose any event anywhere in the world, we set up a club race calendar so that we can plan at least some triathlon races together. What if you don’t like racing? That’s ok! Racing is not mandatory.

2021 Club races:
March 28: Central Park Duathlon
April 24: City Tri Runs, 5k, 10k, 21k
May 24: Central Park Spring Relay - postponed
June 11-13: Poconos Triathlon weekend
June 20: TriOneOn Triathlon - postponed to 2022
July 11: NYC Triathlon
July 25: Central Park Triathlon (prob moved to Rockaway Beach)
August 8: Staten Island Triathlon
September 11: Harryman Olympic and 70.3 Triathlon
September 19: Rockaway Beach Triathlon
September 25-26: Toughman Triathlon
October 3: Central Park Relay & Duathlon
November 7: Prospect Park Duathlon


As a New York City triathlon club, what colors other than the city banner colors, blue-white-orange, make sense for tri gear? 😀

We offer a CASTELLI two piece sleeved tri suit, and a long sleeve thermal cycling jacket.

Of course the team gear is optional for purchase. Another possibility is to add the club logo to already owned tri suits and fitness gear. This can be done for as little as $20 per item. The club will facilitate the process for adding the logo.

Should members need advice on what kind of triathlon gear to buy, we are happy to advise.


Your membership form has been sent. If you haven't done so already, please send a $50 payment via Venmo to @nytri4all.

Shortly, we will add you to our WhatsApp group, where we organize workouts and meetups. If you have any questions, feel free to email us.


If you are ready to join and can ensure regular participation in the group workouts, which take place mainly in Central Park, please fill out this form. The membership lasts one year and costs $50. You can send your $50 payment via Venmo to @nytri4all.

Once we receive your request, we will add you to our club WhatsApp group, where we organize workouts and meetups!


Joining the NyTri4All means you are willing and able to regularly join our group workouts, which mainly take place in Central Park, Manhattan. If you are uncertain about your regular attendance or know already you won't be able to join the workouts regularly then a membership probably is not advisable.
Membership in NYTri4All includes the following:

Workouts: We offer regular group workouts and personal training sessions, all year long. The training schedule, meeting point and intensity can be amended according to the needs and the time of the season. We train rain or shine. Workouts take place on most days of the week and will be communicated to the team through the club's WhatsApp group chat.Coaching: With many years of successful experience in training and racing in short and long distance races, we are able to provide guidance on the do's and don'ts in the sport. In addition, we are USAT Level I and II coaches and in a position to offer training plans and give advice to members.Partnership with New York Triathlon in 2021: We are offering beginner training programs, aiming at a participation in Sprint Duathlons and Triathlons.Social events: We plan to have regular social events.
Questions: If you are unsure about the club and membership, please send us an email with your questions or concerns before making the membership payment.


Triathlon equipment and especially race entries are often expensive enough. We believe a membership in a Tri Club should not be.

The yearly fee is $50, which is solely used to cover costs. In addition, each athlete can choose 2 club branded items, which are a t-shirt, hat, mask, gaiter or beanie upon joining the club.

Funds that are left over will go into financing social events, and club apparel (such as shirts and caps).

About Us

Founded in 2019, the NYTri4All Triathlon Club was created by a couple of passionate athletes who wanted to share their love for the sport with the community. The Club is not-for-profit, based in Manhattan and mainly trains in Central Park.

The NYTri4All mission is to foster the sport of triathlon by providing a platform for supporting members’ goals at all levels and age groups, and which is affordable for all.

We respect diversity and strive to eliminate all forms of racism and discrimination. This is why we welcome everyone, no matter what fitness level, national origin, socioeconomic status, gender, skin color, religion, age, ability or sexual orientation. We are a group of people who respect each other so everyone can feel safe and comfortable in being themselves.

We offer regular group workouts all year long, rain or shine. The training schedule is amended according to the team needs. You can expect group bike, run and brick workouts, club races (not mandatory), and monthly social events, even babysitting can be discussed for those of us with kids.

We welcome athletes who would like to be regular members of our workouts and events.

Meet the Coaches

Teresa Lenzi, co-founder of the NyTri4All, certified USAT level I and II Tri coach, ITU Worlds qualifier in the Sprint distance, IRONMAN 70.3 World Championship finisher and swimming instructor. She grew up a competitive swimmer and has been competing in triathlons since 2012, ranging from Sprint to Ironman distance. She is a multi-time overall female champion at local races and Boston finisher.

Andreas Schmidt, co-founder of the NyTri4All, certified USAT level I Tri coach, ITU Worlds qualifier in the Olympic and long distance, IRONMAN 70.3 World Championship finisher and IRONMAN All Word Athlete Gold. First contact with triathlon was in 1992 with the participation in his first Olympic race. After 2 years competing, he had to break up with the sport job related. 20 years later and 20Kg heavier, he got back into triathlon, lost the weight and started competing again. Until today he has multiple overall wins, is a Boston finisher and has many top positions in various triathlon events from Sprint to Ironman distance.