Following on from our last update and guidance from British Triathlon and British Cycling we will also be cancelling the following events:  

  • 7th May Evening Duathlon - Arctic One Fundraiser all series and individual entries will be refunded

  • 14th May Evening Time Trial

  • 17th May Triathlon – all series and individual entries will be refunded

  • 21st May Aquathlon  – all series and individual entries will be refunded

  • 28th May Evening Time Trial

  • 4th June Aquathlon and Open Water Swim Race – all series and individual entries will be refunded

  • 11th June Evening Time Trial

  • 28th June Triathlon – all series and individual entries will be refunded

  • 2nd July Evening Duathlon - all individual entries will be refunded

All entries that are refunded will trigger an email to the registrant’s address. 

We will take decisions on events in July onwards nearer the time and will let you know as soon as training sessions can be restarted.

In the meantime please continue to look after your physical and mental health.

Please also take note of the following advice from British Cycling:


Since confirming the suspension of all sanctioned cycling activity had been extended until 30 June a few days ago, many of you have reached out to share your concerns, as well as best practice, messages of hope and encouragement.

It has been heartening to see so many of you from our club network behave responsibly, but we must reiterate – we need to come together to protect the health and wellbeing of everyone on a bike and those around us.

That means all organised club activity must stop – from group rides to coaching sessions, training and events. These are exceptional times, but it also means that whenever we go out on our bikes, we must remember our duty to ride responsibly. Following Government advice on social distancing, right now we should only ride on our own, or with people we live with, keeping two metres apart from anyone we meet, and stopping and waiting for people to pass when necessary.

Riding a bike is a great way to aid your physical and mental health, and provided that guidance on social distancing is followed, we urge all cyclists to only ride on routes you know well, that are close to home and that are well within your ability level - this is a time for calm recreation, not for challenging yourself.

Now, more than ever, we must ride our bikes responsibly. We're doing this to protect ourselves and others, and to make it safe for everyone to ride.