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Bike King TRI2 makes return to Subic Bay

Long-distance triathlon returns to the Subic Bay Freeport with this year’s edition of Bike King TRI 2 on July 7.

Hailed as one of the toughest triathlon courses in the country, Bike King TRI 2 will see triathletes swim for 2 kilometers at the pristine waters of ACEA Subic Bay, followed by cycling for 60 kilometers along the Subic-Clark-Tarlac Expressway (SCTEx) unimpeded by cars. The final test of endurance is the 15-km run, which includes the hills of Cubi Point.

At stake in the event supported by Biogenic Alcohol, Klean Athlete Nutritional Supplements, Apollo Petroleum Jelly, NLEX-SCTEX Metro Pacific Tollways, Standard Insurance, Smart, official timing partner Garmin, hydration partners Pocari Sweat and Sip Purified Water, ACEA Subic Bay, the Subic Bay Metropolitan Authority, Court Meridian Hotel & Suites, and Subic Holiday Villas, are specially designed trophies for all Top 3 Male/Female age-group champions, relay team and team competition winners.

Close to 450 athletes have registered for the event, which includes contests for individuals, team relay (all-male, all-female and mixed) and the popular team competition, which has attracted several sports clubs vying for honors. The awarding ceremony will start at 11 a.m.

Bike King TRI 2 is organized by Bike King, which has lined up other multisport events for the rest of the year such as the Vermosa Sports Hub Aquathlon 2 on Aug. 25, the Alviera Duathlon on Sept. 8, the Sun Life Aquathlon Series Championship on Oct. 13 and the MediCard Sprint Tri on Nov. 10. 

For more information on how to join, visit http://www.bikekingphilippines.com or send email to [email protected]

Topics: Subic Bay Freeport , Bike King TRI 2 , Subic-Clark-Tarlac Expressway
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