Outlaw Lockdown Triathlon launched free to all competitors

A new Outlaw Triathlon Series has been launched without the need to find any water to swim in. The Outlaw Lockdown Triathlon is free to enter and nearly 300 people signed up over Easter weekend.

The Outlaw Lockdown Triathlon is a simulated triathlon that will run as a series over three months from April to June. There are various distances available to all members of the family from Future Outlaws upwards.

The swim leg is comprised of land-based exercises, so you don’t need to get wet to complete the triathlon! The bike leg is completed on a turbo and the run can be done on a treadmill or outdoors. There are series prizes on offer as well as spot prizes and photo prizes, too.

To find out more and sign up for free please visit https://www.resultsbase.net/event/5445.

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