26 October 2019

Charity place

If you'd like to join #TeamNow for Hadrians Wall Duathlon, sign up for £199 and raise a minimum sponsorship of £780. 

Own place

If you'd like to join #TeamNow for Hadrians Wall Duathlon using your own place.

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About the event

Follow in the footsteps of Roman soldiers and take part in this duathlon visiting a series of towers, mile castles and forts along the whole of Hadrian’s Wall. You will cycle first, walk the central and more mountainous part, and then get back on your bike for the final stretch. You will walk the finest and best-preserved sections of the Wall. In three days you will cycle 85 miles and walk 15 miles.

Itinerary Guide

Day 1: Meet later in the afternoon/evening at the accommodation in Carlisle. Briefing with trip leader and guides in the evening.

Day 2: Transfer to start of event at Bowness-on-Solway. Cycle along Hadrian’s Wall Cycleway; taking in the Solway Firth, Carlisle, Brampton, Lanercost Priory and Gilsland to Greenhead. Transfer to accommodation.

Day 3: Transfer to Greenhead for walking section. Walk along the most spectacular section of Hadrian’s Wall, from Greenhead to Brocolitia.

Day 4: Transfer back to Brocolitia, with bike. Cycle through Hexham, Ovingham, and Newcastle to Wallsend. End of event: transfer to Newcastle station and return home.

If you'd like to join #TeamNow for Hadrian's Wall Duathlon, sign up now for £199 and raise a minimum sponsorship of £780.


How we'll support you

Every Breast Cancer Now supporter will receive:

  • Free Breast Cancer Now t-shirt
  • Welcome pack with training plan, tips and fundraising advice
  • Free drinks, snacks and hot meals
  • Free massage and medical support at main rest stops
  • Timing chips so friends and family can track you
  • Medal, finisher t-shirt and a glass of fizz for the finish
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Any questions?

Any questions?

We would love to hear from you and answer any questions you may have.

Call our Challenge Events team on 0207 025 2483 or email events@breastcancernow.org.

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