The Spring Long-distance, sprint and GOTri Duathlon will take place on the 1st March 2020
Sprint & Longdistance raceEnter Here
GOTri Enter Here
The race is limited to 100 entry’s in total for all 3 races.
Race 1 – Long distance 9k Run/ 30k Bike/ 5k Run
Race 2 – Sprint 5k Run / 20k bike/ 5k Run
Race 3 – GOTri 2.5k run/12.5k bike/2k run
Race update 02/03/2020
Thank you all for taking part on Sunday. We where very lucky with the weather.
The results are now on line above.
Our next Duathlon is on the 5th April. If anyone would like to take part that raced on Sunday e-mail me and i will send you a 20% discount code.
Our Midweek Duathlon series starts on the 5th may. Go to the event page for more information.
Race information for Sunday.
Registration will now open at 7.45am. We suggest you get there early so you will have the chance to ride on the track before the race to warm up. Helmets must be worn at all times.
The race will now start at 8.45am and the last competitor should finish by 11.30am.
On Sunday there is a slight chance of rain and it will be cold so wear the right clothing. You can always take it off if you get hot.
Race run through.
You head out of the cycle park and up the hill and turn right at 1k and go over the A2. Then follow the signs that will take you on the 5k lap. For the longer race you will do a 2nd lap. There will be water at this point.
Then back onto the track for a 20k bike (8 laps) or 30k bike (12 laps).
Is easy to keep count if you have a speedo. If you don’t have one just time your first lap, then just keep adding that time to each lap. You will get a bit slower but you should still be able to work it out.
Its then back out onto the second run and that’s the first 5k loop again. We will have water bottles for you to take out at the start of the second run.
The GOTri race will start at the same time. You will head out the same way as the other 2 races but there will be a turn point that will take you back to the cyclopark. You will then cycle 12.5k (5 laps)
After you have finished you will go back out and repeat the first run.
There will be a short race brief at the 8.40am to go over the whole race.
The Prize giving will be done as soon as we can due to the cold weather. Also due to the size of some of the races there will only be Trophies for the first 3 finishers M/F.
All our events are covered by BTF and our own Public liability insurance.
For information about the Cyclopark go to www.cyclopark.com
We will allow some practice before the race to familiarize you with the bike course and its corners.
There is parking and toilets on site and the coffee shop will open at 9am.
In the event that we have to cancel the race due to bad weather you can switch your entry into another race or get a full refund.
The Cyclopark management will have the final say on the safety of the circuit.
You are required to wear helmets while cycling at Cyclopark. The helmet must be worn correctly at all times when with a bike. If you bring your own it must meet the current UK safety standard – BS EN 1078:1997.
Cycling and other activities available at Cyclopark carry inherent risks. You should be aware of and accept these risks and be responsible for your own actions and involvement. If you’re unsure whether you are able to participate in any activity, or if you have any questions please ask a member of staff before you enter into a contract or agree to partake in cycling at Cyclopark.
Directions to the cyclopark
DA13 9AF (For Sat Nav please use DA11 7NP)
The course record was not just broken today. It was smashed by 2 minutes and 40 seconds in a time off 1.06.33. The race winner Thomas Bruins who is over from Australia was using the race as a warm up for Powerman Holland next weekend. Mathew Collyer from Deal Tri came in 2nd in 1.13.20 followed closely by Marc Leyshon.
The lady’s race was won by Zoe Levin in an impressive time of 1.24.50. Sarah Leeson was 2nd in 1.36.59 and Lucy Dupuis was 3rd in 1.42.47.