North Norfolk to host NEW Outlaw Half Event!

North Norfolk to host NEW Outlaw Half Event!

Posted by on 16th November 2015

We are really pleased to confirm that the new venue of our Outlaw Half Triathlon is Holkham Hall in North Norfolk.

Holkham Hall has not hosted a triathlon before, and we’re really pleased to have been able to secure such a fantastic location to host our newest event.

Holkham Hall is privately owned and a lived-in family home. The Hall is a member of the Treasure Houses group, which consists of ten of the most magnificent palaces, houses and castles in England today.

Visitors can explore the 3,000-acres grounds and the National Cycle Network route 1 – Wells and Holkham circuit – passes through the park from the north to south gates. Whilst the triathlon will take place in the lake pictured above, there is a beach at Holkham, which is one of the most unspoilt and beautiful stretches of sand in the country. Find out more HERE.

Just like the original Half in Nottingham, you can expect:

•  On site camping

•  Easy to navigate out-and-back lake swim

•  Fast, flat bike course

•  Looped run course, perfect for spectators

•  Amazing venue with some great family activities

•  Fun family friendly events on the Saturday pre event

•  First class customer service pre event and on your race weekend

The story of the Outlaw Triathlon was developed around our original location in Nottingham, but there are those that say Robin Hood visited Norfolk, and may have even retired there. We’re not offering a retirement home for triathletes just yet, but we are planning a fantastic day out for you and your merry men (family) with all of the good bits of the Outlaw and Outlaw Half delivered in style at an incredible venue with wonderfully quiet roads surrounding it.

Pre Register today to be the first to access the entry system when it opens on 25 November.

Outlaw Half, Nottingham – 29 May 2016 - Sold out

Outlaw Half, Holkham – 3 July 2016 - Pre registration open




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