Please be aware the mountain element of the 2017 event will not be marked/flagged. Maps will be provided in the Race Pack and an overview map with the route marked will be on display in the Registration Area. A good standard of navigation will be required to complete the course safely. Competitors must appreciate the potential seriousness of being in the mountains in bad weather/poor visibility. Volunteer marshals will be strategically placed around both the bike and mountain element, in the event of competitors becoming injured or getting into difficulty. A kit check will be undertaken before competitors are allowed to compete. Any competitor who does not have the minimum kit for the mountain element will have an opportunity to purchase items from the Tiso pop-up shop. The minimum kit MUST be taken on the mountain element – this maybe checked and anyone found not having this, will be subject to a time penalty.


Waterproof Jacket/Trouser; Map (provided in Race Pack) & Compass; nutrition/fluids; hat/gloves (optional)


When is the Glen Clova Extreme Duathlon 2017 taking place?

The Event will be taking place on Saturday 16th September 2017.  

Where is the Glen Clova Extreme Duathlon 2017 taking place?

The Event is taking place in and around Glen Clova and Glen Doll, starting and finishing at The Glen Clova Hotel.

How do I enter?

Entries are only accepted online. Please go to enter now to secure your place in the event.

How much does registration cost?

The Entry Fee has been capped at the previous rate – £50 per person. See the COMPETE page for details of on-line Registration. All proceeds go to Tayside Mountain Rescue.

What is the age limit for entrants?

You must be at least 18 years old on Saturday 16th September 2017 to take part.

I am unable to race, can I have a refund or transfer my place to next year?

Unfortunately we cannot offer any refunds or transfer places to next year. There are a great deal of costs involved in staging an Event of this nature and consequently, as stated in the Terms & Conditions, there will be absolutely no refunds.

How do I compete with friends/family?

If you let us know, once you have registered, we will do everything in our power to start your group in the same time slot. E-mail:

I have entered the Event. How/when do I find out about the Event Day?

Race instructions will be e-mailed once Registration has closed. This will include details of Event Registration on Friday 15th September 2017 and the morning of Saturday 16th September 2017.


Do I have to wear an Official Race Number?

Competitors will receive an official race number in their Event Pack, which must be visible to the Event Marshalls pinned on the front.

What time should I arrive?

Registration will be available on the evening of Friday 15th September 2017, and before the Event on Saturday 16th September 2017. The finalised details will be sent out via e-mail to all competitors once Registration has closed.

Is water available during the Event?

There will be a water stations in the Transition Area. It is your responsibility to ensure that you have enough fluid to keep yourself hydrated throughout the Duathlon.

Is the event registered by the BTF?

The Glen Clova Extreme Duathlon 2017 is not registered with the BTF but operates as an independent event covered by its own insurance policy in line with best practice in the event organisation industry.


No mobile phones or MP3 players are allowed to be used in transition or while you are racing.

Do I need to wear a Bike Helmet?

As a responsible Event, it is imperative that all competitors wear a Safety Approved Bike Helmet during the Bike Element of the Event. Failure to adhere to this, will result in disqualification.

Will a Bike Mechanic be available?

During the Bike Element, a Bike Mechanic will be available for minor repairs.