Brighton and Hove Triathlon partner with Frog Bikes

Brighton and Hove Triathlon partner with Frog Bikes to bring junior multi-events to Brighton beachfront on the 16th and 17th of September

Brighton and Hove Triathlon have announced their partnership with children’s bike specialist Frog Bikes. Combining their love of the outdoors and inspiring children to get active, the collaboration will see the age limit extended to provide competition for kids as young as 3!

3-8 year olds can take part in the Frog Bikes Mini’s Race, a fun scoot, bike & run competition to ease them into the sport. 8-14 year olds can compete in the Frog Bikes Junior Triathlon, an open-water race consisting of a short sea swim, safe closed-road cycle and finally a run along the promenade.

Run by a team of experienced race organisers, it’s the perfect way to give children a taster of triathlon in a very safe environment. For those not wishing to race there will be a demo area with a full range of Frog Bikes available to try as well as other family orientated fun.

Frog Bikes Mini’s Race- Distances (scoot/bike/run):

3yrs – 200m/200m/200m
4-8yrs – 400m/400m/400m


Frog Bikes Junior Triathlon- Distances (swim/bike/run):

8yrs – 50m/1.5km/500m
9-10yrs – 100m/ 5km/ 1.5km
11-12yrs – 100m/ 5km/ 1.5km
13-14 yrs – 200m/ 5km/ 2.5km

John Lunt, Brighton and Hove Triathlon Event Director, said of the partnership: “We’re very excited to join forces with Frog Bikes to encourage and inspire the youngest generations to get outdoors and be active.”

Jerry Lawson, Frog Bikes’ Chief Frog also commented: “Whether it’s racing or just having fun, nothing makes us happier than seeing kids being active and enjoying themselves on bikes. We’re proud to partner with Brighton and Hove Triathlon, for what will be a great weekend of fun for all the family.”

Running alongside The MoveGB Sport and Fitness Show, the weekend will provide for the entire family. With sporty exhibitors, fitness classes, a yoga tent and activity for all to #HaveAGo, supporters and triathletes alike will be spoilt for choice!

For more information or to enter the Brighton and Hove Triathlon, visit

For more information on Frog Bikes – The Lightweight Kids’ Bike, visit

For more information on The MoveGB Sport and Fitness Show, visit

Written by
Paul Shanley
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