Up & Coming Events for week ending 15th November 2019

Sun 17 Nov
Trust House - Race 5
BikeManawatu Sunday Recreational Ride
BM Track - Track Meeting

Tues 19 Nov
Manfeild Crit 3 of 4 Register HERE
2019-2020 Crit Series

Wed 20 Nov
Wednesday Recreational Ride

Sun 24 Nov
BikeManawatu Sunday Recreational Ride
Levin Cycling Club’s Track Carnival

Tues 26 Nov
Manfeild Crit 4 of 4 Register HERE
2019-2020 Crit Series

Wed 27 Nov
Wednesday Recreational Ride

Sat 30 Nov
Taupo Cycle Challenge

Sun 1 Dec
BikeManawatu Sunday Recreational Ride
BM Track - Track Meeting

Wed 4 Dec
Kairanga ITT
Wednesday Recreational Ride

Fri 6 Dec
Tissot UCI Track Cycling World Cup

Sat 7 De
Tissot UCI Track Cycling World Cup
BM Race 7 – Essex Cup – Pre Register HERE
BM Race 7 - Essex Cup 7 Dec 19 (1)

Sun 8 Dec
Tissot UCI Track Cycling World Cup
BikeManawatu Sunday Recreational Ride
BM Track - Track Meeting

Wed 11 Dec
Kairanga ITT
Wednesday Recreational Ride

Sat 14 Dec
Waikato / BOP Track Champs

Sun 15 Dec
Waikato / BOP Track Champs
BikeManawatu Sunday Recreational Ride

Mon 16 Dec
Waikato / BOP Track Champs

Wed 18 Dec
Wednesday Recreational Ride
BM Track - Special Christmas Track Meeting

Sun 22 Dec
BikeManawatu Sunday Recreational Ride

Bike Manawatu Track Cycling  Quick Links
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Find the 2019-2020 Programme HERE
Find the 2019-2020 Flyer HERE
Find Important Information for 2019-2020 HERE
2019-2020 Track Cycling

Big Turn Outs for Bike Manawatu Events

The spring racing bug has been caught by many riders over October and this is continuing in to what is a busy November.
The ITT’s at Kairanga have attracted numbers in the high 30’s , early 40’s on most nights. The seasonal spring wind puts up the normal challenges, with us “lucky enough” to have a 180 degree shift from one week to the other.
Points are awarded for competing and bettering your PB for the month. Torban Foote and Chris Harris look set to fight this out till the end of the 6 date series.
Both riders are new to competing at this level and both are seeing a steady improvement in their race times.
Thanks to all the volunteers and Timing crew that make the nights run efficiently.

We have a break from ITT’s over November while the Points races are on at Manfeild on every Tuesday this month.
Around 80 riders competed in 4 grades on the opening night in near perfect (well for Manawatu) conditions.
The biggest reward that we can have as a club is seeing an increase in numbers and this year we has seen a massive increase of families competing.
The Foote’s, Richardson’s, Coxon’s, Tunnicliffe’s are some of these families that parents and kids are on bikes competing. This carries over to Track racing.

Track season has started with great numbers across all grades, Masters Male and Female included.
So popular was the “have a go” days, that we ran out of bikes to rent out for the season and had to get more in from our WCNI clubs.
Once again there are riders young and older that are giving this discipline a go for the first time.

Road racing has seen the running of the Sutton Cup at Halcombe with good numbers 30 plus.
Feilding Festival of Cycling is on this weekend, The weather looks favourable for us with showers Saturday and Sunday afternoon so we should escape those.

The Great and Sad News.

Base Solutions Racing are competing in the Tour Of Southland for the first time this year.
The Brain child of Mike Groube and John Stewart, Base Solutions Racing has gathered a group of Elites together to take on what is considered to be the toughest race in the country.
You can follow them on Facebook HERE. Campbell Stewart had his time in U23 and Yellow jerseys early in the event with the team working well for him. We wish them all the best for the rest of the
week.


With all the positives that we have, and there are plenty, It’s with great sadness that we learnt of Peter Jenkins passing as a result of a cycling accident.
Peter was a great bloke, and awesome competitor and proud WCNI and Levin Cycling Club representative. Condolences to his family and friends….Bloody Sad and Tragic.
There is a Service for Peter at the Levin Domain on Saturday.
Please be careful out there, Respect each other, respect other road users.

Tim

Feilding Festival of Cycling


10 November 2019

Thank you very much to all our sponsors.
Also a big thank you to all our volunteers who helped ensure our race went without a hitch.

Great work everyone

Joe Allen Classic Awards went to:
Fastest Time = Winston Briggs
First Across the Line = Steve Stannard
KoM = Colin Anderson
First U19 Rider = Ethan Craine

View Results Online Here: https://www.webscorer.com/race?pid=1&raceid=202656

90km Joe Allen Classic Results

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90km Recreational Ride
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50km Recreational Ride
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25km Fun Ride

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Thank you very much to all our sponsors.
Our Feilding Festival of Cycling Specific Sponsors: Ashhurst Engineering, McIntosh Engineering, Cash Converters, Hughes Joinery, Base Solutions, Morgans Property Advisors, Bulls Medical Centre, Safelite NZ, Bruce McKenzie Booksellers, Steelfort, Worx and of course Rosebowl Bakery & Cafe.

** Note for the 90km Recreational Ride - If you click your adjusted time and change the filter to finish time" this should read correct for you, your adjusted time is your Clock Time, Your Adjusted Time is your actual finish time**

All other racers your Adjusted Times read as your Actual Finish Time and "Finish Time” = Clock Time

Sorry for any confusion this may cause.

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