This September the Brighton and Hove Triathlon will be taking place for the first time, in the heart of the buzzing city. Featuring an exhilarating sea swim, a closed road cycle route, and a fast and flat run along the promenade, the triathlon is set to be the biggest closed road triathlon in the South East.

In addition to the closed road triathlon being held on Brighton seafront on September 11th, organisers have launched Brighton’s first free to attend Sport and Fitness Show running alongside the race on Hove Lawns.

The weekend festival of sport provides entertainment for all the family with a main stage packed with fitness classes and several ‘Have a Go’ activities such as a ski and snowboard slope, Go Ape Segway adventure, Athletes Gym courtesy of Innocent Coconut Water, QuidditchUK coaching, Archery Tag, Bubble Football, a yoga tent, Calisthenics rig and much more!

Event Manager Josie Pether says, “We wanted to create a show where triathletes can bring their entire family for a fun day out. The show is packed with free activities for adults and children as well as a shopping village with quality exhibitors”.

Over 40 exhibitors are confirmed so far including Linwoods, Innocent, Mango Bikes, BMW, Bike Tart, High Roller, High5, Zone3, Travel Bag, Sundried Clothing, Beet It, Little Miracles, Massage Tech, Arbonne, Heck Sausages and many more.

Zumba Fitness are sending their UK Master Trainer to run fitness classes over the weekend and visitors will also find Les Mills classes, Ballet Fit, Karate, British Military Fitness, Strongman competition and more exciting classes.

Alongside the many nutrition based exhibitors, food is being served by Brighton’s much loved Street Diner, post-race the hungry participants can expect mouth-watering dishes from a selection of well vetted traders serving the world’s most popular dishes, as well as a few beers!

If you want to find out more and Join Sundried at the event read our articles on the triathlon and 10 reasons to take part in the Brighton and Hove Triathlon.

  • Posted byVictoria Gardner /
  • Brighton