Titan Brecon Middle Distance Triathlon is back for 2023. Titan Brecon is now firmly established on the British middle distance triathlon calendar and will sell out quickly.


A superb venue in the Welsh Brecon Beacons, with a beautiful lake swim, an ‘epic’ bike course and a traffic-free park-based run.

The event is located at the beautiful Parc Bryn Bach on the edge of the Brecon Beacons in Wales, and is easily accessible from South Wales, Bristol, Birmingham, London and the South West. This all adds up to making Titan Brecon the ‘must do’ middle distance triathlon on the British events calendar.

Titan Brecon Middle Distance Triathlon starts with a 1.2 mile two-lap swim and takes place in the park lake, fed by the waters of the Black Mountains in Wales.

The 60-mile bike course has now built a following of fans and ‘epic’ is the word! The quiet roads have excellent riding surfaces and the route tours the beautiful Brecon Moors before culminating with a sustained climb back to T2.

The final 13.1 mile run is a three-lap route around the lake and park – so it’s great for spectators!

Please note there are price rises as follows:

Standard Entry :

Relay Entry :


We are pleased to be able to offer Klarna as a payment option for this event, meaning that you can secure your place now for 2023 and pay in instalments with no added interest.

Titan Brecon Middle Distance Triathlon Prize List

– Overall and age-group prizes provided by sponsors.
– Fastest Male and Female up the “Iron: Polka Dot Jersey
– Quickest Half Marathon Male and Female: Trophy and Bubbles.

Cut Offs

There are no official cut offs for each section of Titan Brecon Middle Distance Triathlon, though we do expect competitors to be close to finishing within 8.5 hours. However, we take a common sense approach on this, and if you are close to completing you will be able to finish. If you are deemed to be a danger to yourself you will be asked to stop, or if you are taking significantly longer than we deem acceptable you again will be asked to stop. For more information on cut offs please email

Titan Brecon Middle Distance Triathlon Race Routes

Bike Route

Run Route

Take an E-recce of the Titan Brecon Middle Distance Triathlon HERE.

Registration and Briefing Times

Registration will be open from 16:00 to 20:00 on Friday 14th July and there will be a short period of registration on the Saturday morning from 05:15 to 06:00.

Feed Stations

There will be two feed stations on the bike route and two per lap on the run route. DB Max will be providing nutrition bars along with energy drinks, water, sweets and more. If you have a particular request for feed station treats give us a shout – you never know….


There are 4 items you must bring with you to Titan Brecon. When you arrive at transition you must have the following:

  • A  working front light, attached to your bike (with fresh batteries) 
  • A working rear light attached to your bike (with fresh batteries)
  • An item of reflective clothing (Yellow or bright clothing is not reflective, your item of clothing must be reflective). 
  • A jacket to wear on the bike in case it is cold on race morning  (races have started in temperatures as low as 6 degrees).

The reason for these rules is due to the weather conditions that could be faced on race day. The Brecons very much have their own micro-climate, and even in the height of summer it can be cold, dark, wet and misty. There will be no exceptions made to these rules, and if you do not have these 4 items of equipment, you will not be permitted to race.

What do you get from DB Max at the Titan Brecon Middle Distance Triathlon..?

  • Chip timing including splits and run laps as well as a King/Queen of the Mountain on the Bike.
  • Medal and T-Shirts for all finishers.
  • Beginner friendly racing.
  • Indoor viewing area.
  • On-site catering with hot food and drinks.
  • On-site toilets and showers.
  • Sports massage from the Physio Clinic, Bristol.
  • Race Photography from Charles Whitton Photography

Marshals and Volunteers

To successfully run our events we require the help and support of marshals and volunteers. If you are able to assist at the event or have friends or family who may be interested, please contact We always look after our marshals and offer free/discounted DB Max race entries too!

Race Letter

The event race letter can be read on the on the following blog post

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Venue & Accommodation


Parc Bryn Bach is the perfect place to stay for the race, with the campsite just a 100 metre walk away from transition and the start and finish. Situated right on the lake, it is truly an idyllic place to stay, and with hot showers, a café and a bar on site it is the perfect place to stay before and after the race. To book you pitch, please email the venue HERE from January 5th onwards, and please ensure you include a contact phone number in the email. You can also ring the Parc to book your pitch on 01495 355 920.


For details on the venue and directions on how to get there, please click here. The postcode for Sat Navs is NP22 3AY

Getting Here

Getting to the venue for the Titan Brecon Middle Distance Triathlon couldn’t be easier with easy access by car on the superb new roads in Wales and the added option of public transport. Car times from the major cities are as follows:
London – 2 hours 40 minutes
Birmingham – 1 hour 45 minutes
Bristol – 1 hour
Cardiff – 35 minutes
Swansea – 45 minutes
Exeter – 1hour 50 minutes
Trains are also available so check out Network Rail for times.


How does transition work in a triathlon?

You have your own numbered spot in transition and you leave your bike here. When you exit the water in to transition following the swim, get to your bike and before touching it put your helmet on and do it up. Once you have done this you can un-rack your bike and run/walk to bike out. At bike out there will be a mount line (this will be signed and marshalled) and get on your bike. When you have completed your bike, come back to bike in (again this will be signed) and the dismount line, get off your bike and run/walk with your bike back to your spot. Once there, rack your bike and at this point you can unclip your helmet and take it off. From here you run/walk to run out to complete your run.

Transition will be well signed and marshalled. Please fell free to ask marshals for advice.

Can I wear headphones at a triathlon?

Headphones are not permitted at any point during a triathlon.

Do I need to wear a wetsuit for this event?

Wetsuits must be worn when the lake is in a certain temperature range. Please see section 4.2 and 4.4 on the link HERE.

What is the minimum age to take part in Titan Brecon?

The minimum age to take part in Titan Brecon is 18 years of age on the day of the race.

Am I allowed to mark my spot in transition?

No, you are not allowed to mark your spot in transition, You must remember where your bike is. The end of each row will have the numbers in the range to help you identify where you are.

What do I need in transition?

The obvious answer is your bike. You are also permitted to take in a small rucksack with your belongings in. You must have your helmet and running shoes and if you are using them bike shoes.

How do I know where to rack my bike in transition?

There will be a spot in transition just for you. This will be numbered and will correspond to the race number you receive on the day. 

And Finally

The DB Max event team would love to welcome you to Parc Bryn Bach and the Brecon Beacons in Wales! Join us and take on the Titan!

The terms and conditions for the event can be read at the following URL.

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