Due to the sad death of Earl Bathurst, no events will be allowed in Cirencester Park until further notice, so Tri Ferris have chosen another venue for the Cirencester Off Road Duathlon on 12 February – Charlton Park.
Charlton Park is located on the edge of the Cotswolds, near Malmesbury in Wiltshire, with the entrance situated on the A429 Cirencester/Malmesbury Road, SN16 9DG within easy reach of and between Jct 17, M4 and Cirencester. This private estate is the home of The Earl and Countess of Suffolk and Berkshire and extends to 4,500 acres which is made up of grassland, woods and gardens.
The off road course will be very similar to the Cirencester course with a mix of wooded trails, grass and tracks, with a flattish run and undulating bike course over the same distances and same number of laps as previous events and with beautiful views, free parking, chip timing, secure transition, toilets, food vendor, mementos, prizes and ideal for both experienced and novice competitors. Please note this park is not open to the public at any other time.
Further details will be available on www.triferris.com.
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