Is your child the sporty type? Do you think they’d like to jump in a lake, cycle through the woods and race around an historic castle – sounds like a lot of fun to us!
The Little Bike Company is very proud to be an official sponsor for this years Castle Triathlon Series. It’s a really unique series of races as all five of the triathlons are held at iconic castles across Europe. The events promise an amazing festival atmosphere with races for all levels, from first-timers and children, to elite performers.
To celebrate our partnership with the Castle Triathlon Series we’re giving away a free child /Junior place in 3 of the series for 2013, first on offer is a FREE place at Cholmondeley Castle Triathlon in Cheshire on Sunday 23rd June.
These junior triathlons are designed for the ‘real’ experience with just as much fun as the adult course. Competining in a triathlon is an extremely rewarding experience for active children and every entrant in the Castle Triathlon Series will receive a medal they (and you!) can be immensely proud of! These young triathletes are the Brownlee brothers (and sisters!) of the future!
If you already have an adult place this would be a great opportunity to get your sporty 7 – 15 year old involved – you can even train together!
How to win your childs free place in the Cholmondeley Castle Triathlon!
To enter the competition to win a free place at Cholmondeley Castle Triathlon head to our Facebook competition page and complete the details. All you need to do is supply your email address, childs age and answer this simple question – What year did the Little Bike Company launch? You can find the answer on our ‘About us’ page – then click below to enter!
The closing date for entries is midnight on the 3rd of June – Good Luck!
Find out more about the race at Cholmondeley Castle by visiting the Castle Triathlon Website.
Keep your eyes peeled on our Facebook page and this blog for details of entry to win places at Castle Howard Triathlon in North Yorks on the 21st July and Hever Castle Triathlon in Kent on the 28th and 29th of September.