The Monster returns this year bigger and better than before, with a new and improved route guaranteeing breath-taking scenery and iconic challenges. This year's event comprises of a 5km swim in Loch Ness before 5 days cycling and finishes with a 50km ultra-marathon on the last day.
Once again this year we are offering swim, cycle and run only packages for those unable to do the whole challenge but are looking to experience the Monster atmosphere.
Places are limited on this unique event so register now to avoid disappointment.Join Waiting List
Included inthe event
There are 7 days of meticulously planned routes, with full support teams in attendance at every start, finish, on route and at hotels. The event also includes:
- Hotel stay (6 nights), including bike storage
- Breakfast, lunch, evening meals (& snacks) for 7 days
- Baggage Transfer
- Finishers medal
- Support vehicles
- Medical Support
- Bike mechanics & spare parts
- Water safety boats
- Event t-shirt
- GPX route files
- Finishers celebration event (food & drinks)
- Full participant info pack and event manual
- Sports physio and massage(supplement)
Day 15km swim in Loch Ness (Cycle to Fort William)
Day 2Cycle from Fort William to Glasgow
The first day on the bike takes riders through majestic countryside including the iconic Glencoe Pass and the shores of Loch Lomond. It is very much a day of two halves with all the big climbs coming in the morning.
Day 3Cycle from Glasgow to Carlisle
The ride follows a direct route through the Scottish Borders as it cuts through the rugged landscape. It’s an easier day than the first but still lumpy enough to provide a stern challenge.
Day 4Cycle from Carlisle to Haydock
The longest day of the event and a tough day in the saddle. The route takes riders over the famous Shap pass and through the undulating countryside of Lancashire.
Day 5Cycle from Haydock to Kidderminster
Another long day of riding sees riders enjoy a relatively flat first 80 miles before a hilly section through the Shropshire hills and on to Kidderminster
Day 6Cycle from Kidderminster to Windsor
The final days riding is another long day with riders passing through Shakespeare country and the lovely Warwickshire countryside. The final few hills of the trip are found as the route crosses the Chilterns before the descent down to Windsor.
Day 7Run from Windsor to Richmond
The Monster Triathlon concludes with an ultra-marathon along the banks of the Thames. The route utilises much of the Thames Path as it winds its way towards the finish venue in Richmond.