Bayside Triathlon Club is a community club located in the Bayside area of Melbourne. We focus on providing a fun, supportive and social environment for all members who are interested in all levels of triathlon from competitive racing to just keeping fit or taking in a challenge.
All Levels Welcome
We carter to all levels, from absolute beginners triathletes to seasoned ironman level athletes
We place a huge emphasis on club culture and community, we run social training groups and social events.
Bayside Triathlon club is full of friendly and supportive, like minded people that can help make your triathlon experience fun and memorable. It is important to us that our members understand and ebmody our club values, Courage, Commitment, Community & Friendship.
BTC members have access to our fully equipped Club rooms (based at Sandringham Foreshore). Our Club rooms include power based spin bikes, a range of strength and conditioning gear and also 2 SUPS's (Stand up paddle boards), with a full compliment of water safety equipment.
Whether you're an absolute beginner or a seasoned pro, we have something for everyone.
Our goal is to help you achieve your personal best through training, support, and encouragement.
Performance Coaching Available
We offer a variety of training programs and clinics to help you prepare for your next triathlon, including swimming, biking, and running clinics, as well as nutrition and strength training. Our experienced coaches and trainers will help you to create a customized training plan that fits your individual needs and goals.
Group Training Events
In addition to our training programs, we also host group training sessions, social events, and races. These events provide a great opportunity to meet other triathletes in the community, share your experiences and learn from others.
Here to support each other
We strive to create an inclusive and supportive environment for our members and welcome individuals of all ages, genders, and abilities to join our club. Our community is dedicated to helping each other succeed and we believe that the support and camaraderie of a team can make all the difference in reaching your personal best.
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We Respectfully Acknowledge aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people as Australia's first people and traditional custodians. We respectfully acknowledge the traditional custodians of the on which our club operates, the Boon Wurrung people of the Kulin Nation, and we pay our respects to the elders past, present and emerging. We acknowledge that Aboriginal people have a rich and continuous connection to the bayside area.