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Club Members Get Next Year's Membership Free!

​Due to the limited activities in 2020 and 2021 because of COVID, our club is making the following offers.

  • If you were a past club member in 2020, we will waive the fees for renewing both your 2021 and 2022's club membership.
    • If you haven't yet renewed for 2021, look for an email from the club with your discount code sent to all 2020 members on December 14, 2020. Apply that discount code when you register for this year (2021). Contact us if you can't find it (look in your junk/spam folder first).
    • NOTE: If you renew a 2020 club Train and Race membership, make sure that the 2021 Triathlon Canada membership fee is waived when you register (Triathlon Canada has notified 2020 members that this renewal fee should be waived for 2021).
    • You will receive another email at the end of 2021 with the discount code for waiving the renewal fee for your club 2022 membership.
  • If you became a new club member in 2021, we will waive the fee for renewing your 2022's club membership.
    • You will receive an email at the end of 2021 with the discount code for waiving the renewal fee for your club 2022 membership.
  • Registration information about the different types of membership and the process is provided below.

Great Reasons to Join the Club

  • We have loads of fun!

  • Training with friends is motivating.

  • Discounts at our sponsors; Trail Bicycles, Gillian Clayton Physiotherapy, etc.

  • Reduced Triathlon BC membership rate.

  • We offer year round training exclusive to Comox Valley Triathlon (CV Tri) members.

  • Food at club events covers your membership dues (quoting Gillian Clayton)

  • Group training sessions, clinics and seminars, where you can learn from experts and professionals involved in the sport.

If you have any questions about CV Tri club memberships, please submit your question using the general contact form at the bottom of this page.

Join Now

Comox Valley Triathlon Club offers members the opportunity to train and compete with triathletes of all levels - or just get a membership to socialize with us! These are two types of club memberships.

  • Social Membership. We welcome everyone to join us in our club social activities (e.g. bowling, pub visits, BBQs, etc.)

    • The CV Tri Club Social membership allows you to join in our social events and to support the club (thank you!).

    • With the social membership you do not need Tri BC membership.

    • This annual membership cost is $20 straight up (no added Tri BC or Tri Canada memberships and fees required).

  • Train and Race Membership 

    • In order to participate in our organized workouts (e.g. swims, outdoor group rides, bricks, etc.*), members will require the CV Tri Club $20 Train and Race membership

    • This type of membership also requires getting a Tri BC and Tri Canada membership at the same time. The Tri BC membership provides the mandatory insurance to participate in our organized workouts and to participate in triathlons in BC.

    • But, note that a membership in the CV Tri Club also entitles you to a $5 discount on your Tri BC membership when you indicate your CV Tri Club affiliation as you register for the standard Tri BC membership.

Here's the steps to register for either membership:

  1. Go to!/events/10938-comox-valley-triathlon-club. Click the “Register Now” button to start the process up.

  2. You will need a CCN online registration account to get the CV Tri Club membership. Depending on your situation, you may already have a CCN account to use, or you may have to create a new one.

    • If you had a non-social (aka athlete or a train/race member) CV Tri Club membership in the past, you should have had to also get the required 2020 Tri BC/Tri Canada memberships using the CCN processes for their online registrations. - which means you should already have a CCN account to use. So, you should be able to login with the same account/password you used for those Tri BC/Tri Canada online registration memberships, and use that same CCN account for getting the CV Tri Club membership. Login to that account instead of creating a new one.

    • You might already have a CCN account if you registered for triathlon events or possibly memberships for other organizations (e.g., cycling). If so, you can reuse that same CCN account and password to login for the CV Tri Club membership purchase.

    • If none of the above applies to you, you will likely need to create a new CCN account. Create a CCN account at this step.

  3. Choose whether you want to get a “Social” or “Train and Race” membership. It’s just the benefits that differ - which are explained again during registration.

    • If you choose to be a Train and Race member, you will be required to have a current year's Tri BC and a Tri Canada membership. Here’s some relevant points.

      • There is an integration during registration to also register and purchase the 2021 BC Triathlon and Triathlon Canada memberships at the same time.

      • A Tri BC $5 sanctioned/affiliated club member discount will be automatically applied.

      • Note that, if you had a Tri Canada membership in 2020, Tri Canada is waiving their membership fee for 2021 due to COVID.

      • There will be a section where you are requested to provide some background information about yourself. This is optional and, if you would like to provide this information, indicate with the appropriate, selected option for each question.

  4. Enter all the requested information for the individual being registered.

  5. In CCN you can register multiple people through one login account. So, if you normally also handle the registration of a spouse, kids, or any others for the club, you can do so and repeat the step 3 above for each.

  6. Once you have provided all the registration details, you will have several waiver agreements to approve; one for Tri Canada, one for Tri BC, and one for the CV Tri Club. If you have a second (or more) person that you have registered at the same time, and they aren’t there with you to approve the waivers, you will need to indicate that you are not that person. Doing this will cause those people to be emailed with a request to approve the waivers separately - which they need to do to finalize their memberships.

*Note: Participation in the Sunday spins at the Comox Community Centre (1855 Noel Avenue) does not require Tri BC membership, as insurance for that workout is covered by the Comox Community Centre.