in collaboration with Cycle Technique
Be a healthy heart ambassador and take on the SUBARU IRONMAN Mont-Tremblant challenge!
The Foundatin is proud to collaborate with Cycle Technique, specialist in triathlon equipment and gear. For the SUBARU IRONMAN Mont-Tremblant. Cycle Technique raises athletes to the higher level of excellence!
The Montreal Heart Institute Foundation and Cycle Technique invite you to test your physical endurance by taking part in one or two events at the SUBARU IRONMAN Mont-Tremblant which will take place on June 23 and August 18, 2019. Challenge yourself at swimming, cycling and running, as well as swimming and cycling and take on a double challenge by giving your race to support care and research into cardiovascular disease.
Funds raised during the SUBARU IRONMAN Mont-Tremblant will allow the Foundation to finance innovative projects at the Montreal Heart Institute in research, patient health care, prevention and teaching.
Your financial support will help us save lives!
We are well aware of the financial support requested. That's why we will help you throughout the process whether it is for your collect or your training by offering you the possibility to evaluate your physical condition at Cycle Technique and with EPIC Centre specialists. See details below.
The 1.2-mile (1,9 km) swim takes place in Tremblant Lake, followed by a 1-loop, 56-mile (90 km) bike through Mont-Tremblant’s mountains. Athletes will then embark on the 13.1-mile (21,1 km) run course, finishing in the city's pedestrian village.
Fundraising goal: $2,500 per athlete
Benefits: a $1,010 value
Athletes will start the 2.4-mile (3.8 km) swim in Lac Tremblant, which in August boasts comfortably warm, wetsuit-legal temperatures. The quarter-mile run to T1 is lined with a soft red carpet, and cheering spectators. The two-loop, 112-mile (180 km) bike course runs through Mont-Tremblant’s forests and low lying mountains, offering challenging elevations and highly spectator-friendly vantage points. The two-loop, 26.2-mile (42.2 km) run course takes full advantage of the famous Le P'tit Train du Nord, a former railway bed turned into the longest linear park in Canada. Note that this once crushed gravel path has now been paved for the event. The run, lined with enthusiastic spectators, takes runners past a waterfall alongside Lac Tremblant and into the heart of the pedestrian village of Tremblant Resort.
Fundraising goal: $4,500 per athlete
Benefits: a $1,810 value