TCR Shows today announces the launch of the first ever Triathlon Show North, to take place at Bolton Arena on 18th and 19th May 2013. The Triathlon Show North is the newest addition to the TCR Show ‘s successful events, which include the Triathlon Show – in its 11th year, the Running Show and the Road Cycling Show all held at Sandown Park, Esher.
Based on the hugely successful formula of the Triathlon Show held annually at Sandown Park, the Triathlon Show North will bring the best of triathlon brands, experts and professionals together under one roof at the Bolton Arena. With over 100 brands represented, the exhibition will include the latest products available to the triathlete, with show offers and promotions.
Designed to help triathletes of all abilities, from the beginner sprint distance triathlete to the pro-long course triathlete, it will be a feature-rich show with lots of training, racing, nutrition and kit advice. Triathletes will be able to learn how to train effectively, chose the right nutrition and kit and avoid injury. Top coaches and athletes will be available for one-to-ones and will be providing useful, insightful seminar sessions.
Every year the Triathlon Show at Sandown Park attracts top sporting names. Previous visitors include Chrissie Wellington, the Brownlee brothers, Rebecca Romero and Helen Jenkins. Show-goers have the chance to gain first-hand advice and insight into what it takes to reach the top of the game.
David Townsend, TCR Shows founder says: “The Triathlon Show at Sandown Park attracts visitors in their thousands. The show has gone from strength to strength in the last 11 years and we want to replicate this for triathletes living in the North. Bolton Arena is the perfect home for the new show, with great accessibility by both car and public transport. It features over 5,000m2 of exhibition space. With its cycling and running test areas it is exactly what we need to create another informative, interactive and exciting show for triathletes of all levels. ”;
With great accessibility by car or public transport, the venue features a 400m running track and more. The Arena has access to local parking for 2,000 cars. There will be free secure cycle storage on site.
The show opening times are as follows:
Saturday 18th May – 09:30am to 5:00pm
Sunday 19th May – 09:30am to 5:00pm