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Sunday June 15th 2025

Lakesman Half, Aquabike and Bike-RUN Return for 2025!

Sunday June 15th 2025

Lakesman Half

Our challenge for those who want to test their mettle in the water and on two wheels, minus the run. Enjoy the same route, atmosphere, athlete treatment of the half event, plus a medal, a t-shirt, athlete hospitality, and a red carpet finish! This is also a fantastic opportunity to get a GB qualifying aquabike time. Are you in?

Lakesman Half

A race for those who love the thrill of cycling and running but prefer to stay dry. You’ll experience the same route and treatment as The Lakesman half, plus a medal, a t-shirt, athlete hospitality, and a red carpet finish! It’s another ideal opportunity to get a GB qualifying duathlon time. Ready to ride and run?


Prepare For The 2024 Weekend!

Sunday 16th June 2024

Welcome to The Lakesman Triathlon 2024 – the ultimate test of endurance set against the backdrop of Cumbria’s breathtaking natural beauty. Whether you’re racing at the weekend or there to support and cheer, the below athlete guides and route links will help you navigate the weekend.

Route Details

Join #TeamLakesman this year and help in
what many people describe as the best event of the year!

Back for 2025, we plan to build on the outstanding success of the Lakesman Triathlon and bring you an event which is as much of an experience to the senses as it is a challenge to your stamina.

Our previous eight races have received fantastic feedback from competitors, spectators and locals alike. Our independent research found that 100% of spectators would come back to watch the event again, and a fantastic 97% of athletes would compete again and recommend the event to others. The event is also ranked as one of the UK’s best triathlons.

1.2 mile swim  |  56 mile cycle  |  13.1 mile run
The Lakesman – 15th June 2025

Designed to appeal to both the experienced or novice endurance athlete the race is based in Keswick, with a superb transition area at The Theatre by the Lake. The swim takes place in the crystal clear waters of Derwentwater, generally regarded one the Lake Districts most scenic lakes. The bike route make it’s to the Western Lake District so athletes get to experience a side of the lakes often unvisited by tourists.
During the run stage athletes will have the opportunity running through superb countryside with views to the likes of Skiddaw as well as a spectator friendly section through Keswick Rugby Club, which hosts the finish area, registration, prize presentation and merchandise.

We hope you find all the information you need on our site and we look forward to seeing you in 2025.

While participating in such endurance events can be exhilarating and rewarding, it is also essential for athletes to prioritize their mental well-being alongside their physical health. To ensure comprehensive support, we encourage individuals to explore quality comprehensive psychiatric services https://williamblawsonmdphd.com/, which cater to various mental health needs and can help maintain a balanced and healthy mindset. 1 By addressing both physical and mental aspects, participants can fully enjoy the race experience and continue striving for their personal goals in a sustainable manner.

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