A duathlon series designed to be an introduction to multi-sport racing. Enter as an individual or as a pair (runner and cyclist). Anyone sporting a Mohawk, Mullet, or Muttonchops will receive special recognition!
Duathlons in UK
The Tri-Anglia Triathlon club is pleased to present the Diss Duathlon, which comprises a 5k run, 30k bike and a second 5k run. The run course follows a route through part of the town centre and as such will be liable to a small amount of Sunday morning traffic and pedestrians. The Bike course is rural, reasonably flat(ish), and has little traffic. The junctions will be fully marshalled.
A great event for experienced and novice competitors alike.
Now in its 10th year, this is the premier Winter Duathlon Series to take part in. These events are perfect for anyone looking to get fit or take part in their first event. Dorney Lake is the perfect venue for Duathlon Events.
100% accurate course and 100% traffic free. A fast and fun race. Perfect winter conditioning.
This fun and exciting Duathlon Series will put you on good form for the coming season!
There are 3 different disciplines available:
Super Sprint Duathlon - 2.5km Run/ 12km Bike/ 2.5km Run
Sprint Duathlon - 5km Run/ 20km Bike/ 5km Run
Standard Duathlon - 10km Run/ 40km Bike/ 5km Run
Relay teams must consist of THREE participants - one for each leg.
A sprint distance duathlon based at the home of the Red Arrows. This is a fast flat course that is a great event for newcomers to the sport of duathlon and expericened athletes looking for an early season event to sharpen those race skills! There are a full range of Junior Events from TriStars Start through to Youth races
Our famous spring season opener is back on 7th April 2019. The Great Notley Spring Duathlon is based at Great Notley Country Park in Braintree, with the attraction of a beautiful parkland venue but very accessible with good road links from the A120 and A131.
Established road duathlon around Maidstone, from Harrietsham Village Hall, near Maidstone. The event uses tarmac paths and country lanes for the runs, and the A20 Time-Trial course for the bike - nice wide roads with solid tarmac; no serious climbs just some good undulations.
Whether youre a duathlete looking to test peak season fitness or a triathlete looking to get sharp for the upcoming season, weve got a distance to suit. Its also suitable for keen cyclists and runners looking for that first foray into multi-sport.
The event is situated in the picturesque village of Naseby on the Leicestershire/Northamptonshire border and is less than an hour from Birmingham, Nuneaton, Coventry, Rugby, Hinckley, Leicester, Loughborough, Oakham, Corby, Market Harborough, Kettering, Peterborough, Wellingborough, Huntingdon, St Neots, Bedford and Northampton.
This ever popular Spring Duathlon is back!! Run 5km in the surroundings of Cosmeston Lake Country Park; followed by a 19km cycle on the open road; and finish with a 2.5km run in the confines of the park.
Great race if you are new to multi-sport events and just want a small event to get a feel for how it all works before entering a larger event.Also a good early season brick session
A club-run duathlon ideal for newcomers, as a training race or for those of you who like a super fast course. We keep our prices as low as possible but we guarantee that you'll enjoy a first-class race experience.
We guarantee you a well organised, no frills race with friendly marshals run by athletes for athletes. The race will be chip timed, you will be able to access your results and times as soon as you've crossed the line and each competitor will receive a rather swanky medal with a unique Herefordshire Duathlon design.
The flat run course takes you through the city streets and out into the local villages. The bike course is undulating and takes in some of Herefordshire's most beautiful countryside.
A shorter distance race also takes place on the same day, starting at the same time.
4.6 mile run | 17 mile bike | 2.2 mile run OR 2.4 mile run | 17 mile bike | 2.2 mile run.
The Harlech Triathlon is one of the most stunning and best loved events on the UK triathlon calendar. A perfect fit for Always Aim High Community Event's 2019 race schedule!
Having assisted Harlech Triathlon Club with the event delivery in 2018, the event is back, better than ever and ready for another great season opener.
Featuring the same stunning cycle route as the triathlon, but sandwiched between two great little run routes, the Harlech duathlon has proven to be a hugely popular race - secure your place early to avoid disappointment!
We'll see you on Sunday April 14th 2019 - this is one day you will not want to miss!
A fun duathlon to give children the opportunity to experience a multi-discipline event. The event will take place on an old airfield. The cycling surface is half tarmac and half compact gravel. It is relatively smooth and good to cycle on. The venue is centrally located in Pembrokeshire and easy access from South-West Wales. It has lots of parking and toilets on site.
What you need to know about duathlon
Duathlons were primarily created to allow triathletes to race during the winter months without the need to swim in cold lakes. It’s a running and cycling event that has become very popular in recent years, they’re great training races for triathlon and make an excellent step up from single running/cycling events. So, if you want to broaden your horizons and move into multi-disciplinary events, Duathlon is an excellent place to start.
Duathlons tend to follow the same distance structure as triathlons, although the format is typically ‘Run—Bike—Run’ meaning you start with a run, then transition to the bike, then transition back to running again. Duathlons come in Sprint, Standard and Long distances.
Different Duathlon event types
- Sprint Duathlon: 5km run, 20km bike, 2.5km run
- Standard Distance Duathlon: 10km run, 40km bike, 5km run
- Long Distance Duathlon: 10km run, 150km bike, 30km run
These distances aren’t as standardised as Triathlons, so do check the exact course. Duathlon races can cover all terrains with opportunities to run cross country and mountain bike. We’ve curated some of our favourites below, good luck out there!