Clitheroe Triathlon, April 2020

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How do I enter?

Click here to enter the Clitheroe Triathlon

The Clitheroe Triathlon is a challenging course set in the Ribble Valley. It starts with a 400m pool swim, but the real fun starts on the bike as the 30k ride is ‘lumpy’ and includes the climb up Birdy Brow, onto Longridge Fell. The run is relatively flat compared the the bike ride, it’s 8k out and back on road and should be enough to make you feel happy about reaching the finish line. We get a lot of novices taking part in this event, but it is more challenging than some of our other sprint triathlon events. Don’t let that put you off, it’s an EPIC day out!

Address:
Ribblesdale Swimming Pool
Edisford Bridge
Clitheroe
BB7 3LA

Date & Time:
Sunday April 2020 at 8am

What do I need to enter the event?

  1. A roadworthy bike (mountain bikes and hybrids are acceptable) and recognised cycle helmet.
  2. You must be medically sound and if you have any history of illness or injury, consult your GP beforehand.
  3. You must be 17 years of age in the event year.

How much to enter:
The cost to enter Clitheroe Triathlon is £44 for a solo entry and £55 for a relay entry (team of 3). You are required to be a member of the British Triathlon Federation / Triathlon England for insurance purposes. If you are not already a member, you can buy a ‘day license’ for an additional £5 at the time on entry. Entries will close either at 12 noon on the Thursday prior to the event or when the event fills, whichever occurs first.

Included within your entry is:
Clitheroe Triathlon finishers medal
Clitheroe Triathlon finishers T-shirt
Swim cap
Event photographs free to download from our Facebook page

Where can I find out more about the course and the event?
To read more about the event and what to expect on the day, read the event ‘guidance notes’ by CLICKING HERE

How do I enter?
Click here to enter the Clitheroe Triathlon
Click here to see who’s entered the Clitheroe Triathlon
Click here to edit your entry details (change your details or swim time)

What’s the bike and run course?
To view the cycle route GO HERE

To view the run route GO HERE

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