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April 23/10 11:43 am - Centurion Canada Official Announcement

Posted by Editoress on 04/23/10

Graham Fraser and North America Sports, the team who developed Iroman North America and produces Subaru Ironman Canada, is excited to officially announce the newest phenomenon in endurance sports: Centurion Canada.

Slated for September 18-19, 2010 and starting and finishing at beautiful Blue Mountain Resort in the Township of Blue Mountains, Ontario, this all-inclusive mass-start cycling event will include 25, 50 and 100-mile routes that take in the area's rolling, scenic and challenging roads.

Don't miss your chance to be part of this historical day of cycling. In the years to come, there will be a great sense of pride and accomplishment for those who were there for what is sure to become an immensely popular annual event. Register now!  

NOTE: From now til May 1, everyone who registers for Centurion Canada will not pay the 8% HST tax. Go to the Centurion Cycling Registration Page for more info and complete registration details.

What is Centurion Cycling?
Combine the mass-participation buzz of a big-city marathon, the epic beauty of a European gran fondo, and the all-inclusive nature of a cycling century ride and you get Centurion Cycling. Each Centurion Cycling event features controlled traffic, technical and medical support, precise chip timing, and spectacular courses that are set at 100, 50 and 25 miles. The 50-mile and 100-mile courses feature provide a test for even the most seasoned amateur racer. The 25-mile event is more beginner and family friendly.

Canadian Event Updates.  Course maps and profiles are now available


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