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Weekly Fun Ride, Let's Go!

posted May 25, 2015, 9:11 PM by michael chiang


Who says Folding cant go to trail ?

posted May 21, 2015, 6:44 PM by michael chiang



 Iron Bike Fun Ride (Every Saturday)
Bike all the way from Iron bike Shop G. Araneta to Camp Aguinaldo Trail.
Meeting Place: Iron Bike Shop (G. Araneta Ave.)
Time: 6:00AM


Come and join our next ride!!!

Our Fun Ride at Camp Aguinaldo (Sept. 27,2014)

posted Sep 26, 2014, 7:58 PM by Cyril Borromeo   [ updated Sep 29, 2014, 9:36 PM ]

Our Fun Ride at Camp Aguinaldo (Sept. 27,2014)
Bike all the way from IRONBIKE SHOP

Laguna Loop 200km

posted Sep 14, 2014, 2:12 AM by michael chiang


Team Building Photo

posted Sep 14, 2014, 2:01 AM by michael chiang


Iron Bike Valentine's promo

posted Jan 31, 2014, 6:26 PM by michael chiang   [ updated Sep 9, 2014, 3:59 AM ]


Where : Iron Bike Bicycle Shop
When: From Feb 1 to Feb 14, 2014
Who: Ladies or the sweet boyfriend/husband
What: All woman's bike. 10% off cash or card
Why: Encourage more ladies into bike sport.

2013 Philippines Duathlon series 1 leg

posted Jul 18, 2013, 10:27 PM by michael chiang   [ updated Sep 12, 2014, 3:09 AM ]


PHILIPPINE DUATHLON SERIES 2013
LEG 1
 
RACE INFORMATION
 
Date, Day & Time of Event:
July 14, Sunday, 6am
 
Event Venue: Filinvest, Alabang                                                              
 
Race Distances: 6km Run, 30km Bike, 3 km Run
 
Race Categories:
Elite (Male & Female)
Age group:
- Male: 16~19 yrs, 20~24, 25~29, 30~34, 35~39, 40~44, 45~49, 50 & above
- Female: 16~19 yrs, 20~29, 30~39, 40 & above
 
Awards and Prizes:
Medals and prizes will be awarded to Overall Top Three in Male and Female Categories.
Medals will be awarded to TOP THREE in each age group.
 
Philippine Duathlon Series Championship:
To add a little more fun and excitement into this friendly competition, elite and age-group winners will be awarded points according to his or her finish position in each race. Current and former Triathlon and Duathlon National team members who are still actively racing are categorized as elite racers. Racers with the most points in their respective categories at the end of the series will be declared series champions!  If two top racers finish on level points, the one with more victories wins. Series champions will receive trophies, special prizes and bragging rights! Racers are required to join a minimum of three legs including the final leg to qualify for the series championship.
 
Points breakdown:
1st: 100
5th: 60
9th: 20
2nd: 90
6th: 50
10th: 10
3rd: 80
7th: 40
11th – nth: 5
4th: 70
8th: 30
 
 
 
 
 
 
Registration: Submit filled-up entry form with your fee at Registration Center mentioned below.
Participants may also pay through:
- BPI (Anna Marissa Remigio, S/A No. 0429-3165-61), or
- PNB (Anna Marissa Nagtalon, S/A No. 1002-8030-0012).
Then, Email or Fax entry form and deposit  slip (clear &/or enlarged copy) with name to Fax #: 932-9071
Keep receipt/bank deposit slip & submit during Registration.
 
Registration Centers:
 
Bike King at Bonifacio High Street , Tel. #: +632 -856-3362
  
Cycling Zone:  Shell Pacific Gas Station, Alabang-Zapote Road, Muntinlupa
Tel.: 02-809-6736
 
Life Cycle Bicycle Shop: G-Strip, Greenhills Shopping Center, San Juan. (c/o Rob)
Tel: 02-5842862, 584-2442, 661-3424
 
Trinity Cycle Shop: 41 Commonwealth ave. QC (beside Hyundai and Nissan )
Tel.: 02-4426591
 
Velocipede Bike Shop: Unit B, Royale Place Arcade (Beside Ever Gotesco Commonwealth)
Tel: 02-3518488
 
Registration Fees/Schedule: (Inclusive of race packet, inengs barbecue meal, finisher’s medal, Dri-fit shirt, Timing Chip)

P1,200 (May 20-June 20)
P1, 600 (June 21- July 5)
Deadline of Registration: July 5, 2013
 
DISTRIBUTION/CLAIMING OF RACE PACKETS WILL START ON JUNE 20, AT THE STORE WHERE YOU REGISTERED. SHIRTS WILL BE DISTRIBUTED ON RACE DAY.
 
For Inquiries please contact:
 
Thumbie Remigio
Mobile phone: +632-917-8486243
 
Popo Nagtalon Remigio
Mobile phone: +632-908-9086621


Subic Audax Ride, 200KM

posted Jun 5, 2013, 8:32 PM by michael chiang   [ updated Sep 12, 2014, 3:19 AM ]


Rules with Audax ride

For those who will be doing the 200km Audax Brevet Ride on June 1, please see details below:

4:00am - onsite registration (lobby of Mango Valley 1 along Dewey St.)
5:00am - start of the 200km ride
8:35am - close of the 1st checkpoint (shell station at Cabangan)
11:58am - close of the 2nd checkpoint (turnaround point at Total Station in Masinloc)
6:00pm - close of the 200km Audax Ride

Things to do prior to the ride:
1) Read the Audax Ride Rules (see files section)
2) Have the proper bike lighting just in case you're still pedalling in the dark
3) Ensure you can be self-sufficient on the road with enough cash, your mobile phone, route map, cue sheet, inner tubes, repair kit, pump, food, energy bars, etc.
4) Take note of the cut-off time for each checkpoint
5) Relax and get plenty of rest

For your guidance, please see cue sheet and google earth map photo in the files section. I will NOT be distributing copies of these 2 documents prior to the ride anymore to save on paper (we need to do our share for the environment). If you need a copy of the cue sheet, please let me know in advance so we can provide you one. Please see the registration form (in the files section) for those who wish to submit prior to the ride via email (highly recommended). Please ensure you sign the document. There is a registration fee of Php 500 for the preparation costs, brevet cards and accreditation dues for Audax Club Parisien (ACP). For transparency, annual fees for accreditation was at 1,015 euros for 2012 and it was great to have the Philippines recognized as one of the countries that officially does long distance cycling!

I welcome all comments and suggestions to make this better. This is a non-profit ride with an unrestricted pace. You can go and ride at your own pace but be reminded that this is NOT A RACE. The important thing is to finish before the 13-hour cut-off (6:00pm). Try to find a group with a speed that you're comfortable with for the entire duration of the ride.

For those who will be in Subic the night before the ride, I will be at the lobby of Mango Valley hotel from 8pm-9pm on Friday for registration and any questions. Please take note of my mobile number for questions or any emergencies during the ride - 09175279732.

Additional Reminders:

1) This is a self-sufficient ride. However, you can have your special needs (food and drinks) put in the support vehicles on stand-by at the control points. Please bring these items during the registration on friday evening so we can facilitate properly. We are trying to avoid the rush on Saturday morning.

2) Distance may not be exactly 200km but we tried to create the best route for a 200km distance given the convenience of control point locations and road quality.

3) The terrain is 90-95% flat. The toughest climb would be near the turnaround point in the Masinloc area. It's not a long climb (perhaps under 2km) with a steepness % similar to Bugarin. If you've done the bike leg of the Subic International Triathlon, this is nothing. *wink*

4) Not in the cue sheet: you may pass through the Govic highway to avoid the busy town of Iba, Zambales.

5) The key to avoid bonking is to have the proper nutrition throughout the ride. Eat and hydrate accordingly.

6) Do not attack the hills. :) They may be short but remember that this is a 200km ride and you need to conserve for the distance. The key to enjoying this ride is to stay in your aerobic zone.

7) Again, THIS IS NOT A RACE. To enjoy the roads and the beautiful Zambales countryside, pedal at a comfortable speed that you can maintain for 200km. We will have a sweeper vehicle to ensure that everyone is accounted for. Besides, this ride is better treated as an endurance ride that will not only burn fat but will also nurture a friendly atmosphere. :)

Kindly forward this information to other interested participants. See you on June 1. Thank you!

2013 Subit international Triathlon

posted May 10, 2013, 3:02 AM by michael chiang   [ updated Sep 12, 2014, 3:11 AM ]


2013 IRON BIKE

posted Mar 31, 2013, 12:20 AM by michael chiang   [ updated Sep 12, 2014, 3:14 AM ]

  • Bigger show room, More than 100 square meter air-con display area
  • More bikes, more than 50 bikes display
  • Original Shimano/ Sram group sets available
  • Open 7 days a week, from 10am to 7pm. 
  • 6 month free service for built bikes which bought from Iron Bike






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