Sun 14 Apr 19

09:00 - 17:00

Stockton Riverside

£25-£41

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Stockton Duathlon Festival

Entries have now closed for this year’s Stockton Duathlon Festival on Sunday 14 April.

Whatever your age, experience or ability, the Stockton Duathlon is for everyone. With beginner, intermediate and elite distances available, there really is a race suitable for you-choose from:

All races consist of a run leg, a cycle leg and a final run.  The distances of each activity vary depending on the challenge entered and you will go through a transition area between disciplines. For more general information regarding this year's race please see the Race Information page and Race Briefing Notes

Participants will benefit from racing on fully closed roads around the picturesque Stockton Riverside.  The multi-lap nature of the bike route means that spectators can see the bikes up to four times per lap, helping to create a very spectator friendly race.

There is also a comprehensive event site with trade stands as well as a range of on site refreshments, perfect to bring family and friends along. To it easier for people with access needs to navigate the event site, you can use our Riverside event site access map with a wheelchair route marked in red.

Your entry includes a goody bag, finishers medal and free to download high resolution souvenir photos. 

So what are you waiting for - simply choose the distance that best suits you and start your Run–Cycle–Run journey today!

You can check out our video highlights from the 2017 event:

Introducing the Presca Clubzone

New for 2019, the Presca Club Zone at the Stockton Duathlon will provide a covered marquee with a priority zone for the clubs with the most entries at the event.  The club zone offers team members a place to congregate, leave bags and warm-up near to the transition zone as well as free taster physio sessions. The club with the most attendees will also receive a £150 Presca Teamwear voucher.  

The Presca Club Zone is free of charge but space is limited.  If you would like to put forward an expression of interest please email [email protected] by noon on Monday 18 March.  Clubs with the most registrations for the Duathlon will be considered first but there may be additional space so all expressions of interest are very welcome.

With thanks to:

        

Important travel information

There will be a small number of temporary road closures in operation for the event, full details of these can be found below:

  • A1305 Riverside (full length) between 7am and 6pm. Diversion route: Portrack Lane, Maritime Road, Allison Street, Leeds Street, Nelson Terrace, Prince Regent Street, Yarm Lane
  • A1046 Church Road (between its junctions with Maritime Road/Riverside and Hill Street East) between 7am and 6pm
  • A1305 Maritime Road (between its junctions with Portrack Lane and Church Road) between 7am and 6pm
  • A1046 North Shore Link (full length) between 7am and 6pm
  • A1046 North Shore Road (full length) between 7am and 6pm
  • North Shore Road (from junction with A1046 in a westerly direction for approximately 50 metres) between 7am and 6pm
  • Commercial Street (full length) between 7am and 6pm
  • Church Road (between its junctions with The Square (west) and Maritime Road/Riverside) between 7am and 6pm
  • Tower Street (from its junction with A1305 Riverside in a westerly direction for approximately 47 metres) between 7am and 6pm
  • Quayside Road (full length) between 7am and 6pm
  • Council of Europe Boulevard, Thornaby (full length) between 7am and 6pm
  • University Boulevard, Thornaby (full length) between 8.30am and 5pm
  • Harvard Avenue, Thornaby (full length) between 8.30am and 5pm
  • Princeton Drive, Thornaby (between its junctions with Harvard Avenue and East Drive) between 8:30am and 5pm
  • Columbia Drive, Thornaby (full adopted length) between 8:30am and 5pm
  • St Mark’s Court, Thornaby (full length) between 8:30am and 5pm

There will also be some temporary clearways in operation with no stopping permitted between 6pm on Saturday 13 April and 6pm Sunday 14 April, including:

  • Riverside, Stockton
    • The layby on the east side between points 14 metres and 73 metres north of the junction of Riverside and Tower Street.
    • The layby to the west side between points 164 metres and 233 metres north of the junction of Riverside and Tower Street.
  • Church Road, Stockton
    • From a point 22 metres west of its junction with Maritime Road for a distance of 83 metres in a westerly direction.
  • University Boulevard, Thornaby (full length)
  • Harvard Avenue, Thornaby (full length)
  • Princeton Drive, Thornaby (between its junctions with Harvard Avenue and East Drive)

There will also be a temporary car park closure of Riverside Car Park between Thursday 11 April (6pm) and Monday 15 April (midday)

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Please note there will be a small number of temporary road and car park closures along with some clearways in operation for the event, full details of these can be found on this page.

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£25-£41 Age group: 13 - 16, 17 - 18, Over 18

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Entries have now closed for this year’s Stockton Duathlon Festival on Sunday 14 April.

Whatever your age, experience or ability, the Stockton Duathlon is for everyone. With beginner, intermediate and elite distances available, there really is a race suitable for you-choose from:

All races consist of a run leg, a cycle leg and a final run.  The distances of each activity vary depending on the challenge entered and you will go through a transition area between disciplines. For more general information regarding this year's race please see the Race Information page and Race Briefing Notes

Participants will benefit from racing on fully closed roads around the picturesque Stockton Riverside.  The multi-lap nature of the bike route means that spectators can see the bikes up to four times per lap, helping to create a very spectator friendly race.

There is also a comprehensive event site with trade stands as well as a range of on site refreshments, perfect to bring family and friends along. To it easier for people with access needs to navigate the event site, you can use our Riverside event site access map with a wheelchair route marked in red.

Your entry includes a goody bag, finishers medal and free to download high resolution souvenir photos. 

So what are you waiting for - simply choose the distance that best suits you and start your Run–Cycle–Run journey today!

You can check out our video highlights from the 2017 event:

Introducing the Presca Clubzone

New for 2019, the Presca Club Zone at the Stockton Duathlon will provide a covered marquee with a priority zone for the clubs with the most entries at the event.  The club zone offers team members a place to congregate, leave bags and warm-up near to the transition zone as well as free taster physio sessions. The club with the most attendees will also receive a £150 Presca Teamwear voucher.  

The Presca Club Zone is free of charge but space is limited.  If you would like to put forward an expression of interest please email [email protected] by noon on Monday 18 March.  Clubs with the most registrations for the Duathlon will be considered first but there may be additional space so all expressions of interest are very welcome.

With thanks to:

        

Important travel information

There will be a small number of temporary road closures in operation for the event, full details of these can be found below:

  • A1305 Riverside (full length) between 7am and 6pm. Diversion route: Portrack Lane, Maritime Road, Allison Street, Leeds Street, Nelson Terrace, Prince Regent Street, Yarm Lane
  • A1046 Church Road (between its junctions with Maritime Road/Riverside and Hill Street East) between 7am and 6pm
  • A1305 Maritime Road (between its junctions with Portrack Lane and Church Road) between 7am and 6pm
  • A1046 North Shore Link (full length) between 7am and 6pm
  • A1046 North Shore Road (full length) between 7am and 6pm
  • North Shore Road (from junction with A1046 in a westerly direction for approximately 50 metres) between 7am and 6pm
  • Commercial Street (full length) between 7am and 6pm
  • Church Road (between its junctions with The Square (west) and Maritime Road/Riverside) between 7am and 6pm
  • Tower Street (from its junction with A1305 Riverside in a westerly direction for approximately 47 metres) between 7am and 6pm
  • Quayside Road (full length) between 7am and 6pm
  • Council of Europe Boulevard, Thornaby (full length) between 7am and 6pm
  • University Boulevard, Thornaby (full length) between 8.30am and 5pm
  • Harvard Avenue, Thornaby (full length) between 8.30am and 5pm
  • Princeton Drive, Thornaby (between its junctions with Harvard Avenue and East Drive) between 8:30am and 5pm
  • Columbia Drive, Thornaby (full adopted length) between 8:30am and 5pm
  • St Mark’s Court, Thornaby (full length) between 8:30am and 5pm

There will also be some temporary clearways in operation with no stopping permitted between 6pm on Saturday 13 April and 6pm Sunday 14 April, including:

  • Riverside, Stockton
    • The layby on the east side between points 14 metres and 73 metres north of the junction of Riverside and Tower Street.
    • The layby to the west side between points 164 metres and 233 metres north of the junction of Riverside and Tower Street.
  • Church Road, Stockton
    • From a point 22 metres west of its junction with Maritime Road for a distance of 83 metres in a westerly direction.
  • University Boulevard, Thornaby (full length)
  • Harvard Avenue, Thornaby (full length)
  • Princeton Drive, Thornaby (between its junctions with Harvard Avenue and East Drive)

There will also be a temporary car park closure of Riverside Car Park between Thursday 11 April (6pm) and Monday 15 April (midday)

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