Westsiders could be in for even more of a "carpocalyptic" traffic scenario this weekend because of the Herbalife Triathlon, which will result in hard road closures along major boulevards in LA Sunday morning.

The triathlon, which starts at around 7:15 a.m., will take over parts of Venice Boulevard, Fairfax Avenue, and Olympic Boulevard all the way to the finish line at the LA Live Nokia Plaza.

Jan Fambro, who handles media relations for the triathlon, told Zev's blog that the event date had been locked in before Carmageddon 2 details were announced. Approximately 2,500 people from all over the world are coming to LA for the competition, and Fambro is keeping a stiff upper lip about how it could impact regional traffic in addition to Carmageddon 2.

“These were the cards that we had been dealt and we had no choice but to pick ‘em up and play,” said Fambro.

Here are the hard closures for Sunday's triathlon:

Sunday: Hard closures for the Herbalife Triathlon (see official map here [PDF])

  • Venice Blvd. from the beach to Fairfax Ave. (approx. 6:50 a.m. to 11:15 a.m.)

  • Fairfax Ave. between Venice Blvd. and Olympic Blvd. (approx. 6:50 a.m. to 11:15 a.m.)

  • Olympic Blvd. from Fairfax Ave. to Flower and 11th Sts. (approx. 7:10 a.m. to 12:15 p.m.)

  • Grand Ave. between Flower and 11th Sts. to 1st St. (approx. 7:00 a.m. to 1:30 p.m.)

This map contains the triathlon street closures and other potential traffic hotspots throughout LA during Carmageddon 2 weekend.

Potential Hot Spots (Click on the map to zoom in)

View Carmageddon II Weekend Closures in a larger map

Related on HuffPost:

Carmageddon 2 is shaping up to be one big bike party! Check out this list of events happening all over the LA region.
Loading Slideshow...
  • Friday, September 28: Streetsblog and the Bikerowave Present a Night of Streetfilms, 7:00 p.m.

    At 7:00 p.m. the freeway will close and we will celebrate even though we will also probably not notice the difference. We're still working out all the details, but we'll be powering up the film projector for a night of bike movies, munchies, fellowship and conversation. There won't be a cover charge, but we'll be raising funds for some sort of charity, we haven't decided which yet. You can get directions to the Bikerowave, <a href="http://www.bikerowave.org/" target="_hplink">at their website</a>. Plenty of bike parking is available.

  • Friday, September 28: Critical Mass, 7:00 p.m.

    In Los Angeles, the world's most popular bike ride has the added benefit of a strong LAPD presence riding with the Mass. Will it ride towards the 405 or away? Will there be a Carmageddon/Mass moment? Meet at Wilshire/Western and find out.

  • Saturday, September 29th: Carmageddon Westside Ride (Various Times)

    Walk and Rollers, the Los Angeles County Bicycle Coalition, and a phalanx of LACBC member groups host a series of Westside rides on the morning of August 29th. Experienced riders may want to check out the "Tour of the Westside" that begins at the Culver City Station at 9 a.m. The 22 mile ride is basically a big loop of Culver City, West L.A. Marina Del Rey and Santa Monica. Less strenuous rides will leave from other places around the Westside throughout the morning and into the early afternoon. Get a complete list of rides, <a href="http://la-bike.org/events/bike-carmageddon-westside-ride" target="_hplink">here</a>.

  • Saturday, September 29: Wolfpack Hustle All City River Ride (Time TBD)

    From the plane beaters comes a second attempt at Carmageddon history. This time the hustlers propose a group of river rides, beginning at various tributaries to the L.A. River before joining together in a mega-ride. This all-volunteer event is still looking for, well, volunteers. You can get all the details at the events homepage at <a href="http://midnightridazz.com/viewStory.php?storyId=8015" target="_hplink">Midnight Ridazz</a>.

  • Sunday, September 30: Orange Line Valley Ride, 10 a.m.

    <a href="http://www.cicle.org/events/69/bike-carmageddon" target="_hplink">The 8 mile bicycle ride</a>, sponsored by CICLE and Metro, will begin at the Balboa Orange Line Station. The ride follows the Bike Path through the Sepulveda Basin Recreation Center to the Japanese Gardens. The Japanese Garden will provide complementary admission to bicyclists joining the ride. The ride will loop over to the ONEgeneration Encino Farmer's Market where participants can purchase tasty, energizing snacks.