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2024 Peebles Duathlon

Welcome to the 2024 Peebles Duathlon

The annual Peebles Duathlon is always a brilliant event, giving the perfect warm up for the Triathlon just a couple of weeks later.

Detailed start times, race briefings and further race information will be published on our website and sent to competitors prior to the event.

Sunday 8 September




Route maps

Route maps will be uploaded soon. Please check back.

  • Routes are subject to change depending on conditions

About the Route

The routes in Peebles make the most of the historic Borders countryside, with the cycling route following the B7062 outward towards Howford Farm with a dead turn directing riders the same route back. This route also passes Kalzie Gardens and beautiful Traquair, the oldest inhabited house in Scotland.

The run route follows the River Tweed, famous for its salmon fishing. Looping twice around the ‘Three Bridges’ and then following a circular route along the riverside crossing at Priorsford and Fotheringham Bridges. Other attractions in the area include Glentress, a popular mountain biking hotspot, ‘Go Ape’ (for those who fancy some high rope climbing), Dawyck Botanic Gardens, and The Cross Kirk – a friary founded in the late thirteenth century.

Limited parking available in the public car park located behind the Swimming Pool. Additional parking is available at Kings Meadow Car Park, Kings Meadow Road, which is located just past the Swimming Pool.

For more information, email