Test your navigation and strategy by entering one of the four off-road adventures we have organised. Using a waterproof 1:25,000 OS map which we provide, navigate trails and hills on foot and bike to collect as many check points as you can in the set time. You plan your own strategy and route, deciding how many CPs you want to visit and in what order. You will lose 1 point for each 30s you are late coming back. All checkpoints are worth 10 points each. Distance covered depends on how many checkpoints are visited, and depends entirely on your level of fitness, as well as your running/biking and map reading skills.
How to enter the Tri-Adventure Kent – Tyler Hill (Canterbury)
- Duathlon: Run 20km, Bike 40km
- Duathlon: Run 12km, Bike 18km
- Bike 2h
Tri-Adventure Kent – Tyler Hill (Canterbury) routes
Experience Event – 4 hours, navigate to as many checkpoints as possible within the time. Starting any time between 08:30am and 10am, on either bike or foot, one transition will be allowed.
Sprint Event – 2 hours, navigate to as many checkpoints as possible within the time. Starting on foot, there will be one transition to Mountain Bikes. There is a maximum of 20 checkpoints, set over a course of approximately 12k trail run and 18k mountain bike ride.
Trail Adventure Event – 2 hour Trail Run only, navigate to as many checkpoints as possible within the time.
MTBO Adventure Event – 2 hours, ride your mountain bike and navigate to as many checkpoints as possible within the time.
Tri-Adventure Kent – Tyler Hill (Canterbury) weather forecast
Possible drizzle in the morning.
Tri-Adventure Kent – Tyler Hill (Canterbury) reviews (2)
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