RBC Super League Jersey 2019: The Ultimate Guide

Jersey is an island that has long been famous for stunning sea views, rolling countryside, incredible cuisine, and Bergerac. You can now add RBC Super League Triathlon Jersey to the list.

The sport’s brightest stars are heading back to Jersey on 28-29 September for another year of pulsating action – and you can easily be part of it.

With a wonderful climate, easy access from across the UK, the Channel Islands and France, and even the option of an incredible travel package that offers an exclusive hotel stay with the Pros, Super League Triathlon is the perfect way to combine fabulous sporting fun with a holiday for the entire family.

Whether you want to compete in our Age Group races, experiencing the same course as our Pros, just watch the superstars of swim-bike-run in action in a family-friendly atmosphere, or a combination of all the above, Jersey is a destination not to be missed.

How to get there?

Ease of access makes Jersey the perfect spot for a short triathlon themed break.

From the UK there are flights with British Airways, Flybe, Jet2.com and Loganair from a whole host of regional airports, with many more options available from other Channel Islands and France.

If you prefer to travel by boat then Condor Ferries offers services between Jersey and Portsmouth while there are also direct ferries from France.

Travel packages

Race like a Pro – live like Pro.

Super League’s incredible package offer available through JerseyTravel.com includes the chance to get the full Pro experience.

Not only will you get return travel to Jersey and entry into an exhilarating Super League Age Group race, but you will also stay in the same hotel as the Pros, rubbing shoulders with the world’s elite. With the entire hotel reserved by Super League solely for the Professionals and VIPs, nobody else can offer this level of exclusivity.

On top of all that there will be VIP hospitality and access to the best seats on the island to watch the stars cross the finish line from the Radisson Blu Waterfront Terrace.

Getting around?

If you have your bike then Jersey’s network of cycle paths are there to be explored.

Alternatively, all the major car hire firms are represented.

Jersey also has a well serviced bus network, while taxis between the airport and the race start at St Helier cost less than £20.

Staying

Jersey has a thriving tourism sector, as well as plenty of big business, so accommodation is plentiful.

Choose from quaint B&Bs, town centre hotels, or treat yourself to luxury by the sea. Jersey has something to suit every budget and taste.

For more information go to Visit Jersey, the island’s official tourism information hub, or book one of our travel packages.