|Weekly||Monday Swim Session|
|Seasonal||Wednesday - Cycle skills sessions|
|Weekly||Thursday Run Session|
|Tue 26 Jun||MFCC Daviot 10-mile Time Trial - Event 2|
|Wed 15 Aug||MFCC Croachy 10-mile Time Trial - Event 3|
Are you looking for sessions to improve your cycling confidence, skills or fitness? There are a number of sessions and events locally that can help you.
Triathlon Inverness skills & group riding sessions - our track skills and group riding sessions are designed to build your bike skills and help you build towards confident and fit cyclists. The session is open to all abilities (juniors & seniors) and meets out at the Cantray all ability cycle track at 6.30pm on a Wednesday. For more details check out the session info on the club pages here.
MFCC Women's 8 Weeks to a 10 mile Time Trial - For ladies only these sessions are designed to help you build the confidence to take on a 10 mile time trial. The sessions take place every Wednesday between the 9th May and the local time trial on the 26th June. Head here for more details
MFCC 10 Mile time trial series - if you're looking for opportunities to test yourself and your fitness against the clock then these open time trials are ideal. For more information on the two events planned click these links for Daviot 10 mile TT on 26th June and Croachy 10 mile TT on the 15th August.
The final winter training duathlon took place today in breezy but spring like conditions. Hopefully signalling the end of winter!
There were some cracking times in the windy conditions, along with lots of excellent banter and high quality cakes. Check out the results in the jpegs below.
The weather hasn't always been in our favour for the winter training duathlons this year but huge thanks to the various members of the events team that have kept this series going over the winter in the adverse conditions.
Winter training duathlons series will be back with a vengeance towards the end of 2018.
Another first for Triathlon Inverness with coaches, club members and their families all heading over to the Black Isle Show Ground for some closed road skills sessions. This will hopefully be another case of ‘the first of many’ as the club looks to grow its junior and family involvement.
Looks like everyone had a blast and learnt lots of skills. Look out for the next one!
As the club moves towards trying to open itself up to wider participation from the youth sector and families in general, Thursday saw the first of the new family style run sessions. Both parents and kids can come along together with parents going one way for coaching and juniors coached separately. Everyone gets to come along and enjoy triathlon... what could be better.
The first session went well and will hopefully be the first of many. Just as a side note, if your child wants to do triathlon but you don’t, you can still bring them along – you never know, you might get the bug too and want to join in!