Sponsors

As always, we are very thankful of each and everyone of our sponsors that help support the UBC Triathlon Club and our athletes. Thank you for your continuing support. It is with the help of sponsors that makes this club possible and allows us to focus on developing our athletes, racing, and helping continuing the growth of the sport of triathlon across the Lower Mainland and the rest of Canada.



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West Point Cycles is BC’s oldest bike shop, serving Vancouver’s Lower Mainland since 1930. They are now proud to announce the introduction of their newest store, West Point Multisport. Branching into the quickest growing sport in the world, the new West Point Multisport is their triathlon store that will serve both the UBC Triathlon Club and your triathlon needs.

From triathlon specific equipment to performance bike fitting and even keeping your bike in just as good shape as you. Conveniently located right across from the Point Grey location, we are excited for its grand opening this March. Want more information? Visit their website or swing by their new store. West Point Cycles is the official bike sponsor of the UBC Triathlon Club.



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Dunbar Physio is proud to be part of Vancouver’s Westside healthcare, providing excellent service since 1984. We have assembled a team of experts in our physiotherapy and acupuncture clinic ready to treat your condition and return you to your normal activity. We are located at the crossroads of West 41st Ave and Dunbar St by Pacific Spirit Park location and we are open seven days a week. Check out the wide range of services we offer including Manual Physiotherapy, Acupuncture, Intramuscular Stimulation, and Sports Rehabilitation.

Dunbar Physio is pleased and proud to be associated with the UBC Triathlon Club and looks forward to supporting their athletic endeavours.


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CliffBar started on a bike ride. Their founder, Gary, took a bite of another energy bar and thought to himself: “I could make a better bar that this.”
Today, they still want to make things better. They are working hard to understand impacts from the field to their final product, and helping to create healthier, more sustainable communities in the following ways:

  • Sourcing organic ingredients and supporting organic agriculture
  • Engaging the people who grow, make, package, transport, and eat their food
  • Partnering and collaborating with innovative people and organizations
  • Encouraging hands-on volunteer service


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Interested in Sponsoring Us?

We at the UBC Triathlon Club are always looking at ways to develop and strengthen our relationship with people and companies that share our passion and philosophies.

If you are interested in helping us support our athletes and/or want information about how you can help, email our VP External.