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Another milestone for Alaska Cycle Asia Philippines


Alaska Cycle Asia Philippines is set to gather families and friends for an even bigger and more fun cycling challenge happened last May 15, 16 and 17 at the SM Mall of Asia Complex, Pasay City. 

This year's race is divided into even greater categories, from children as young as two years old to parents and grandparents. Opens its doors once more to cyclist of all ages and abilities in its quest to promote nutrition and a healthy, active lifestyle. You own a bike or not, you can participate in this year's challenge and enjoy pedaling on a closed road mannered by race marshals and protected by safety barriers. There's a 100m/500m Tricycle Ride for young children ages 2 to 5, the 5.5 km Kids Ride open to children ages 6 to 10, and the 30-minute Junior Challenge for ages 10 to 12.

A 20 km Community Ride for people ages 10 and above, a 20 km Foldies Community Ride catering to a growing community of folding bike cyclist, and the 40 km Challenge for individuals and teams aged 14 and above. 


Alaska Cycle Philippines is an annual cycling event organized by Cycle Asia, in partnership with Alaska and Sunrise Events. In the Philippines, this event is part of Alaska's "Nutrition. Action. Champion." program of promoting a healthy and active lifestyle through sports participation and milk consumption. Through events like Cycle Philippines, Alaska hopes to reverse the effects of obesity and malnutrition in the country. 



With Alaska Cycle Philippines, Filipinos can be part of a community activity that would help them become physically fit and healthy, enabling them to become champions in life. 

To know more on their upcoming events visit www.cyclephilippines.com.ph/alaska  facebook page www.facebook.com/alaskacyclephilippines. Twitter updates, follow @ALASKAspotshub. 

18 comments

  1. This is good outdoor activities for children and adults. Alaska marketing strategy have more to offer for Filipino people. It promotes fitness and healthy living.

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  2. I would welcome this event! As this encourages fitness. Motivates and reminds me to stay fit and well all the time. Health is wealth, they say. :D

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  3. I remember most of Alaska's ads were more on basketball. It's good that they're connecting with another sport which is timely because biking is really a trend nowadays. It's good too that this event is open to older ages which broadens their market share.

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  4. This is hitting two birds with one stone. Alaska is encouraging a healthy and fit lifestyle while also promoting proper nutrition! This activity will surely be a hit aside from the basketball clinics they already do.

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  5. I have to get my cycling skills back. When I recently tried to ride after so many years of not riding, I was shocked that I was having a lot of difficulty getting my balance. It was not as automatic as I thought.

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  6. What a great idea to promote fitness for all the family - love the fact children aged 2+ and even grandparents can get involved with the challenge!

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  7. It's really exciting to see the cyclist enjoy the road here. It shows that we can make do with more bicycles and less cars.

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  8. Sounds like a fun event. It's nice that they opened the event for all ages. That way the whole family can join.

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  9. Yes, health is super important, and with technology, our life has become so sedentary! Thanks Alaska Cycle for promoting this meaningful and healthy event!

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  10. this sounds fun and a great activity to get the kids involved. who knows, it may become a hobby for them

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  11. I love that Alaska encourages a more active lifestyle! I really wish I learned how to bike earlier! Haha!

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  12. Congratz for achieving another milestone. Thanks for sharing this exciting news with us.

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  13. Cycling is great, but the heat can really be a bother. Maybe when the amount of heat isn't that harsh anymore I might try it again. Didn't hear of this event, my daughter and husband would've loved to participate. It's a super fun activity for sure!

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  14. This is a good event to poster camaraderie amongst family members. Sayang, we missed it.

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  15. It sounds really interesting and a great way to involve kids. Outdoor activities are the best for them.

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  16. Wow, I never knew Alaska had this event! Anyhow, it's so nice to see brands like Alaska take on the job of promoting a healthy and active lifestyle. I'm not personally into cycling, but I bet, the participants all enjoyed this! :)

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  17. I like how Alaska Cycle aims to reverse the effects of obesity and malnutrition, through events like this. Thanks for sharing :)

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  18. This is a fun activity to run in these happening zone.

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