Subaru's Philippine distributor to host trail run, mountain bike race

Gear up for the 4th All Terra King of the Mountain
by Patrick Everett Tadeo | Mar 17, 2010

Motor Image Pilipinas, the exclusive distributor of Subaru vehicles in the Philippines, will be holding the 4th All Terra King of the Mountain race on March 28 as if to prove that it is the only true all-wheel-drive-oriented car distributor in the country.

The All Terra King of the Mountain challenge is comprised of a ten-kilometer trail run and a 20-kilometer mountain bike race where participants will tackle a demanding course with various terrains like tarmac and gravel and varying uphill and downhill elevations. The trail run will start at 6 a.m. and the mountain bike race at 8 a.m.

"Subaru is making the move to actively bring people closer to nature and promote the active and healthy lifestyle through our support to these kinds of events," said Nicky Mariano, general manager and chief operating officer for sales and marketing of the Motor Image Group. "The All Terra King of the Mountain event and its participants embody the dynamic characteristics of our brand and reflect the go-anywhere attitude of our vehicles."

Motor Image Pilipinas is holding the event with partners Timberland Heights, which is hosting the venue; Mang Inasal, which is holding a barbecue festival on the grounds; and Elite Multi-Sport Resources.

Registration fee for the All Terra King of the Mountain challenge is P500 which entitles participants to a singlet (for trail runners) or a t-shirt (for mountain bikers), an energy gel, and a meal stub for the barbecue meal. Last day of registration is on March 26.

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