Please Note: Membership confirmation email will be required as proof of membership to benefit from all discounted session costs.
Monday: Coached swim session Elswick Community Leisure Centre 7:00 – 8:00pm (Members £6, Non-Members £7 cash or card)
Thursday: Coached swim session The Lakeside Centre 8:30 – 9:30pm (Members £6, Non-Members £7, cash only)
Friday: Coached swim session Elswick Community Leisure Centre 6:00 – 7:00pm (Members £6, Non-Members £7, cash or card)
For private swim sessions contact Margarita directly (either at Monday/Friday swim sessions) or through her website for more information.
NOTE: These are session start times – you need to be ready at poolside!
Open Water: There are multiple open water sessions held in the North East throughout the summer. Details will be added here when available:
Tyne Triathlon members may also organise informal open water swims. Keep an eye on the Tyne Triathlon Facebook Group for posts about this.
Wednesday: Group Bike Ride, various meeting points/times over the summer months. Keep an eye out for the WNBV invitations issued through the Facebook group. WEDNESDAY RIDES WILL HOPEFULLY REAUME IN 2020
Sunday: Group Bike Ride, Regents Centre, meet at 9:00am
The group rides vary in distance and speed depending upon the numbers of people that attend. On average the distance will be between 20-30 miles (Wednesday) and 40-50 miles (Sunday) with an average pace of around 15-16 mph. If you are interested in attending this ride, but are unsure on your ability or about group riding then please feel free to get in touch with the club at email@example.com for advice.
The Sunday cycle ride may not occur every weekend and we recommend putting a post up on our Tyne Triathlon Facebook Group to make sure it others will also be heading out. This is also a great way to get yourself known to the group and meet some new people!
Due to the large geographical area Tyne Tri covers and the number of good running clubs in the area, members are presently encouraged to join their local running club.
Park run is also a great way to get in a 5km blast once a week. it’s free and a good way to track your progress and gets the weekend of to a flying start. Lots of Tyne Tri members do park run and you can see where you fit in here. Sign up if you haven’t already it’s great sprint triathlon training.
Our members can usually be found at many of the North East Park run events.
Transition training will return for 2020 season, details to follow.
For those that use Strava, you can join the Tyne Tri group where you can post your training, races and whatever else you get up to.
We partner with FitnessLabPT to provide a discounted rate on certain classes. Contact Margarita directly (either at Monday/Friday swim sessions) or through her website for more information.