In full: If you like your races tough, then this is the one for you. Hard, hilly, technical and all off road, this race is fantastic. There are glorious views of the Surrey countryside, and very steep ascents and descents. It definitely 'hurts,' but it's definitely worth it! Date of review: July 7, 2012
In short: It can be hilly darn sarf In full: About as tough as it gets in the south, I guess. Very well organised and I like these early Saturday starts - a whole weekend to recover/feel good about having done it. But what sort of races do you people doing the ratings normally enter?! This is showing 31% PB potential at the moment. The only PB you're going to get on this course is for this course! Date of review: July 7, 2012
In short: Great run on a scenic course In full: Well-organised, friendly atmosphere, encouraging marshalls, superb course and great views from the high points. Great fun - will definitely do it again. Let's have an autumn one! Date of review: July 11, 2011
In short: A great way to start the weekend In full: An excellent race - well organised, well marshalled (friendly and lots of encouragement too), a friendly bunch of participants and a beautiful woodland route with some stunning views along the way. Well done all involved. Date of review: July 11, 2011
In short: Meets the requirement of the trade description act! Fliipping tough and it did hurt. In full: Great race again from allabout triathlon. As usual, beautiful scenery over the North Downs, supportive marshals and well sign posted. T-shirt included as part of price. A friendly crowd so, while tough course for beginners, it is very welcoming. Will definitely do again. Date of review: July 10, 2011
In short: Really, Really Good fun In full: Ran with dog, Excellent mix of forest tracks. Very well marked and marshalled. Great atmosphere and allround cracking friendly athletes. Well done to AAT, looking forward to doing it again next year. by Canicross Trailrunner Date of review: July 10, 2011
In short: An AAT Classic - almost vertical climb less than 150m into the race! In full: If you've run the G3 where you go up the back trail of St Martha's, you'll have a good idea of what's in store...
A great race, superb views from the top (if you can see through the sweat in your eyes) and several monster hills - the last one at 9k - nice!
Superb organisation and marshalling - well done to all at aat. Date of review: July 10, 2011