helping you achieve your goals...

it's all about having fun...

catering for all abilities...

Swim

Bike

Run

Upcoming Events

Sep
21
Thu
2017
Run Training 1 @ Tiddenfoot Leisure Centre
Sep 21 @ 7:45 pm – 8:45 pm
Run Training 1 @ Tiddenfoot Leisure Centre | Leighton Buzzard | United Kingdom

Group 1 : Those new to running or of a slower preseason – Tiddenfoot Lake Intervals

Group 2 :  Intermediates – not slow but not too fast either – Linslade Wood Hills

Group 3 : Faster than the intermediates but not quite as fast as those in Group 4 – Mentmore Road Park

Group 4 : The fast guys & gals – Fartlek

Please ensure you bring plenty of drink to training sessions – this will minimise the risk of cramp in the pool

Swim Training @ Tiddenfoot Leisure Centre
Sep 21 @ 9:00 pm – 10:00 pm
Sep
24
Sun
2017
Cycle Training @ Tiddenfoot Leisure Centre
Sep 24 @ 8:30 am – 11:00 am
Cycle Training @ Tiddenfoot Leisure Centre | United Kingdom

Our Sunday group rides have now entered the Base Phase – don’t be scared, it’s good fun really!

Three groups to cater for all abilities meeting at Tiddenfoot for a 8.30am start.

Long group – Half Ironman/Ironman target races
Short fast group – Sprint/Olympic target races
Short not-so-fast group – Sprint/Olympic target races

Rides starting late November and are initially nice and gentle, increasing in time and effort as the winter months progress. Full details will be emailed out to members during the week prior to all rides.

Remember to wear suitable clothing and bring appropriate nutrition. Your bike must be roadworthy and you must always wear a helmet (no helmet, no ride). In the winter months it is especially important to wear fluorescent clothing and have lights fitted to your bike.

Sep
25
Mon
2017
Interval Training @ Billington Park
Sep 25 @ 8:00 pm – 9:00 pm
Interval Training @ Billington Park | Leighton Buzzard | England | United Kingdom

NEW Interval session – from Tiddenfoot for an hour with Paul and Andrew S

Testimonials

Almost six years since I joined the club to work on my swimming so I could tackle a Half distance, moving to Cornwall means it’s time to say goodbye. I’ve loved my time with the club and got to know many more folk in that time than in my previous 13 years in the town. In my work I help sports National Governing Bodies increase participation and LBTri ticks all the boxes of what a recreational sports club should be: welcoming, inclusive and focused on making sport accessible and enjoyable for everyone. Thanks to you all for your company and encouragement over the years and especially the coaches who make it happen!

Mark Sweeney

LB Tri is a very welcoming club who cater for all abilities. They have helped me achieve my original goals and a lot more since.

Michael Banks

About 4 years ago I was overtaken whilst riding my bike up a hill in Leighton. By a runner!. I saw the black and green and asked him what the club was – and he suggested I come along. He was really welcoming and even though I could barely swim (or cycle, clearly!) I gave it a go. Six triathlons and numerous other challenges later I’m still a member. Still enjoying it. So come on in – the water’s lovely!

David Allen

Fantastic, friendly club which caters for all levels of triathletes. Regular coached swim, bike, run sessions, as well as strength & conditioning, yoga, and plenty more stuff besides. What’s not to like?

Colin Bradley

Latest News from Leighton Buzzard Triathlon Club

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Carmels Copenhagen Ironman Report, for the hell if it!😄

Ironman – I hadn’t even heard of such a thing, until I joined tri club…I know…I always say, ..’you wouldn’t want me on your quiz team’.

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Ironman Maastricht

As soon as I had completed Ironman Austria in 2016 I knew straight away I wanted to do another one, although I am pretty sure I said to Kathryn at about mile 20 of the run Austria I was never doing another effing Ironman 😀 Kirsten my very understanding wife made it...
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All for a Tattoo

Written from my Leighton Fun Runners point of view... Ironman Copenhagen was my first (and last I hasten to add) Ironman. 10 years ago when I joined the club I heard about Ironman from Joe Hurley and Tom May, the only two at the time that 'did them'. I remember...
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News from Leighton Buzzard Triathlon Club

Club Championships – Box End Sprint

We had a small but hardy bunch take part in the Box End sprint which despite its short distance is a tough race with both the bike and run off road Anna Larkins put in a stunning performance to be the first club member home and to also win the overall ladies race In...
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Leighton’s Labour candidate Daniel Scott triumphs at Iron Man triathlon!

Labour’s determined candidate who stood at the June 8 General Election has completed a tough triathlon to push his personal fitness. Daniel Scott, 41, who was running to win the South West Bedfordshire seat, managed to balance his political campaigning with training...
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