3,000 cyclists duke it out at 7-Eleven Trail 2019


7-Eleven Trail 2019, the most anticipated cross-country race in the Philippines, are attracting more youths to join cycling events. Out of the 3,000 cyclist who jointed, 10-15% belong to 16-18 age bracket for the 30KM and 40KM

This year, the race is  more challenging. Amazing prizes were awarded for the select few who’ll make it to the finish line plus tons of freebies for all the participants.

 

The race is happened last  February 17 at the mountain biking capital of the country, Timberland Heights in San Mateo, Rizal. Since its inception in 2014, the race has grown to be one of the most anticipated athletic events in the country. From 1,000 registrants in its first year, it has grown exponentially and today, more than 3,000 registrants are joining the latest iteration of the race. 

On its sixth year, 7-Eleven Trail 2019 is still offering two categories – the tough 30km race and the punishing 40km race. Both distances use one big single loop course, with the 40km race having two black diamond sections.

 “One of the improvements is the new 1.5KM that we included right after the steep road climbs,” said Philippine Seven Corporation President & CEO, Jose Victor Paterno. “We also added new trail features and made numerous trail improvements for the first 5KM of the course.” 

This year’s race course can be summarized as a mix of road climbs (10%), fire road (30%), and single-track (60%) 

The event is part of 7-Eleven’s commitment to promoting a healthy lifestyle and a deeper appreciation for the environment. Moreover, 7-Eleven promises that all mentioned developments make the trail even more exciting. If you count the outstanding prizes that await the winners, these are all the more reasons to watch out for this race.

 

Also sharing with you here the winners of the 7-Eleven Trail 2019:

 

Rank 40 KM Top Overall Age Official Time
1 Alvin Benosa 38 Years old 1:50:08
2 Archie Duran 20 Years Old 1:51:28
3 Jericho Rivera 18 Years Old 1:55:17
 
Rank 40 KM Top Female Age Official Time
1 Ariana Dormitorio 22 Years old 2:17:22
2 Nicole Quinones 17 Years old 2:24:52
3 Melissa Jane Jaroda 30 Years old 2:24:52
Rank 30 KM Top Female Age Official Time
1 Emily Bagaso   2:25:18
2 Veronica Maglapuz   2:37:26
3 Lwahna Mavecka Montanes   2:45:08
Rank 30 KM Top Male Age Official Time
1 Cailh Jeron Mariano   1:50:20
2 Christian Polintan Carlos   1:50:21
3 Genesis Orozco   1:59:27

 

The Top Overall will also be sent to Barcelona, Spain to compete in the Red Bull Holy Bike competition happening this May 24-26

Be sure to stay updated on 7-Eleven’s upcoming events and follow facebook.com/711philippines/. For more information about the race, follow facebook.com/trail711/.

 


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