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Exciting Change

A 101km course that will test you, and let you go from the Pacific to the Tasman ocean.

The team at Time 2 Train have designed a course utilising a great part of the Pou Heranga Twin Coast cycle-way.

There are five legs to the event, and the distances are almost the same.

The swim start is the southern bay in Paihia, then onto the coastal walkway, where you will run to Opua for the kayak leg. The mountain bike section is 76 km, at which time you will transition to a 3 km run, ending at the stunning settlement of Horeke.

The course is designed to any road biking as this creates a safer option, and allows you to stick with one bike. Having the start in Paihia, also removes a lot of supporter logistics and allows for more accommodation options.

Full course details on the Race Information page.

Keep training and our Team will see you at the start line.



Te Rima Multisport Challenge

October 27, 2018 : The Far North

Time2Train will host one of the newest Multi-Sport events in the land with the 2nd annual Te Rima Multisport Challenge 101.


There has been immediate support from the community and sponsors for this great new initiative. The challenge itself will be open to individuals as well as teams. Run as a relay, the team section will see Whanau v Whanau, towns v towns, marae v marae, sports clubs v sports clubs up for awards. A number of schools are already preparing to field teams to tackle the challenge.

This is a two day affair hosted by Time 2 Train with event registration Friday, the challenge itself on Saturday and an awards ceremony Saturday night.

All athletes get dri-fit T shirts along with goody bags containing sponsors products.

Join us now and enter, for the newest challenge in the land.

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