From September 11 to 15 the PruHealth World Triathlon Grand Final will take place in and around Hyde Park.
It is a five day event, during which the roads in Hyde Park, will be closed. On Saturday 14 and Sunday 15, the days of the main elite events, further road closures will affect public transport and roads around the area. To assist you in planning ahead please see the Road Closure Information on the PruHealth World Triathlon website.
Diversions in place on Serpentine Road
On Monday 9 September, Serpentine Road and paths around the Cockpit area will be closed to pedestrians and cyclists and diversion routes will be implemented, paths will reopen on Monday 16 September.
Advice for cyclists
All cycle paths in Hyde Park will be closed or severely disrupted while the World Triathlon Grand Final is taking place on 11-15 September. Although sections of some cycle routes in the park will remain open, cyclists will be required to walk their bicycles across any parts of the park that are on the triathlon event routes. Please allow more time for your journey or plan an alternative route outside of the park while the event is taking place.
Please note that Rotten Row cycle path will be unavailable throughout this period with the Serpentine Road, West Carriage Drive and South Carriage Drive routes also being severely affected.