BikeManawatu Road Cycling Programme 2016/17

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To download the programme click here.

 

Winter Series Round 5 – Cheltenham Cup

The final of our Winter Series is the Cheltenham Cup handicap road race at Cheltenham – handicap start.

Distance:                                               Cheltenham to Kimbolton and back.

When:                                                   Saturday 01 October 2016

Where:                                                  Cheltenham Tavern

Registration:                                         1pm

Race Briefing:                                       1.20pm

Riders Away:                                        1.30pm

Cost:                                                      $5 per rider BM club member $10 non members

Race Manager:                                      John Arbuckle   0274 779714

STMS Manager:                                     Mike Groube      027 438 1850

Cancellations will be posted on Bike Manawatu face book page by 12.00pm.

We will need 2 on course marshals and Sag Wagon - please volunteer on the day or prior by contacting the race manager.

“To win the cup you must be a paid up club member – join the club today”.

Club Race: Criterium, 12 June 2016 ( Sunday)

 Manawatu school cycling invite BikeManawatu members to have a go at street racing. The event will be held at Linton Army Camp.

 All members welcome, racing will commence at 1.30 with grades A to E.
Registration 1pm.
Care: when entering Linton Army Camp you must present photo identification for all persons in your vehicle ( not negotiable).
When:             Sunday 12 June
Event:             Criterium
Registration:   1pm
If cancelled we will advertise via club Facebook page 12.30pm.

Subcategories

  • General (Road)

    Road Cycling

    We aim to promote and encourage cycling and cycle racing for all ages, from Juniors to Seniors and Veterans/Masters, and for all abilities in the Manawatu District. 

    Overview

    You can cycle all year round, with organised Saturday races or group rides. Races include handicapped races, graded road races, time trials, and hill climbs. Road race distances are normally from 40 to 60 km for Seniors with shorter distances for less experienced riders and younger riders. In some races riders compete for trophies that can be an opportunity to have your name engraved alongside some of New Zealand's most famous cyclists from days gone by. Most trophy races are handicapped to give everyone a chance. 

    Events

    The Club organises Saturday club racing, Club Championship events in age groups for time trial and road race. Members can also compete in inter-club, regional and national competitions and may be selected to compete in National Championships.