FEILDING FESTIVAL OF CYCLING 2019


Late registrations will be open on Sunday morning from 7.30am however these will incur late entry fee on the day. 

All riders must register & pick up your bib numbers & transponders which will be available at our HQ at the Rosebowl Bakery & Cafe, 56 Kimbolton Road, Feilding from 7.30am on Sunday morning
Please ensure you sign on / get your late registrations in with plenty of time before your race starts.
*we will be all set up in the atrium of Rosebowl 

There is also a back entrance to rosebowl located on Bowen Street.
We ask you kindly try to please park your vehicle in the back car park of Rosebowl to alleviate congestion for Fielding retailers, thank you.

Each rider will be given x1 race number - Placement of your number is to be:
On your lower left hand side of your top readable for our finish judges

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Timing Transponders:
Each rider will also be issued with a Transponder at registration. :
Your transponder holder should be 4 fingers under the rim (remember to take the sticky tape off the holder and don't put the cable ties through the spokes)
Left hand side of the fork - shiny side facing out

**Please ensure you have your transponder on your bike correctly - shiney side facing out, otherwise you will risk your time not being picked up and read by our timing equipment**
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Once your finished use some snips and take the length off the cable ties  (Please bring some snips along on the day to help speed up the process)
After the race please ensure you hand your transponder and race number back in at HQ at Rosebowl Bakery @ Cafe. Any missing transponders will be charged back to the rider at a cost of $50.

8.30am       Joe Allen Classic     
9.30am       90km Feilding-Apiti
10.00am     25km Fun Ride
10.30am     50km Feilding-Kimbolton    
2.00pm       Prizegiving (Rosebowl Bakery & Cafe)

 

Please click here to view the race booklet 

 

**Please ensure you are well prepared for all conditions**

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Up & Coming Events for week ending 1st November 2019

Sun 3 Nov
Trust House - Race 4
BikeManawatu Sunday Recreational Ride
BM Track - Track Meeting

Tues 5 Nov
Manfeild Crit 1 of 4 – Register HERE
2019-2020 Crit Series
Wed 6 Nov
Wednesday Recreational Ride

Sat 9 Nov
BM Track - Track Meeting

Sun 10 Nov
Feilding Festival of Cycling
BikeManawatu Sunday Recreational Ride

Tues 12 Nov
Manfeild Crit 2 of 4 Register HERE
2019-2020 Crit Series

Wed 13 Nov
Wednesday Recreational Ride

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
BM Track - Track Meeting
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

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
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Bike Manawatu Track Labour Day Meeting Results 28.10.2019

Click Here to View Results online
All Results Here

Kairanga ITT Results – 30 Oct 2019

Thank you to everyone who came out to the final ITT for October- Click Here to view results online
Thank you to Paul Ainsworth, Karen Gunn, Marty Baker & Dean Wade who helped volunteer on the night – appreciate all your help.

Overall _ Kairanga ITT 30 Oct 2019 _ Race results _ Webscorer-1

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Track Cycling Report

“E hara taku toa i te toa takitahi, engari he toa taki mano”
Our strength is not that of an individual but that of a collective

Bike Manawatu Track is pleased to announce that the growth & interest in the sport has resulted in incredible numbers of new members joining this season. This amazing increase can be attributed to the success of the Wonder Women On Wheels Workshop, & our annual “Have A Go” day.
One of the most pleasing aspects with new members, are the amount of families which have decided to join. This effectively has boosted numbers considerably in all age categories.

We have seen a 55% increase in members this season, including a 67% growth in female riders. What is also great news is the “whopping” 110% growth in Masters riders this year. Overall, the Bike Manawatu Track Committee couldn’t be more pleased with what has transpired regarding the growth in the sport recently.

The newly painted & fitted out clubrooms have been well received by all. Feedback from our members have been nothing but complimentary  saying that the new look clubrooms offer a welcoming & relaxing environment for everyone. One of the final touches will be displaying an incredible collection of historical photos of those who have accomplished feats of greatness on the road & track from the region.

The culture which Bike Manawatu Track is creating, is a culture of inclusion, fun, growth & development, family, kindness & respect. Qualities in which a large percentage of our new members have commented on already. We have been working closely with the Bike Manawatu Board, Manawatu District Council, Sports Manawatu, & other organisations to ensure the continuous support & promise to all our riders, members, families, supporters, & volunteers.

Lastly, we would like to acknowledge the tireless work & unbelievably selfless contribution, the Bike Manawatu Track Committee members have invested into what has become such a rewarding outcome.

We are all looking forward to an exciting 2019/2020 track cycling season