Carefirst Taranaki Super Challenge
Complete Taranaki’s three premier endurance events over the summer of 2017
The Super Challenge has the potential to capture the imagination of the public and those who
previously have completed longer multi-sport/ironman type events or aspire to do so in the future.
This is the seventh year of holding the Taranaki Super Challenge.
Challenge One: Saturday 28th January 2017
The BDO Around The Mountain Cycle Challenge (148km)
The Cycle Challenge has become one of New Zealand's premier road cycle events with Over 1100 competitive and recreational cyclists enjoying the day.
Challenge Two: Monday 6th February 2017
The Flannagan Cup Open Water Swim (3.6km)
Is an iconic event which has been on the Taranaki calendar since 1916. Set along the beautiful west coast with Mt Taranaki as a backdrop it is a favoured stop for many people on the open water swim circuit.
Challenge Three: Saturday 4th March 2017 Bayleys Mountain to Surf Marathon (42.2km)
This Taranaki iconic event starts at the gates to Egmont National Park (460m above sea level) on the flanks of the imposing dormant volcano Mount Taranaki and then winds its way through picturesque North Taranaki countryside, along the Coastal Walkway, finishing at East End Reserve, Nobs Line, New Plymouth.
Further enquiries contact Kevin Mace Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
All three full events must be completed and all respective Individual event entry fees, rules and conditions of individual events apply but there is no entry fee to take part in the Super challenge.
The reward is pure achievement and a commemorative plaque.