Halcombe –Stanway Circuit
When: Registration 10.00am-10.30am | Briefing 10.45am | First riders off from 11.00am | Prize giving & afternoon tea at memorial Hall ASAP after racing
Where: Halcombe (town centre)
Grades & distances including BM Road Race Championships age grades:
A Grade – 4 laps (~80Km) U19 Men , U23 Men, Open Men, Masters Men 1- 2
B Grade – 3 laps (~60km) U17 Boys, U19 Women, U23 Women, Open Women, Masters Women 1- 2, Masters Men 3 – 4
C grade – 2 laps (~40km) U17 Girls, Masters Women 3-4, Masters Men 5-6
D grade – 1 lap (~20Km) U15 B & G, Masters women 5-9, Masters Men 7-9
Entry Fee: $10 all entrants.
Please help us with grading and catering by taking a minute to pre-register here: https://docs.google.com/forms/d/1LpyQQ9j48p0QuKE59Dx1PDwCk9KhZwGKnw4JiBdK-0k/prefill
All riders are to ensure they have a valid 2019 license and have this readily available on the day.
CNZ junior gear restrictions apply to all Bike Manawatu juniors. Top 3 will be rolled out at the finish!
Levin Cycling Club Cycling Wanganui Cycling Taranaki Inc. Hawera Road Cycling Club Inc.
The safe Halcombe-Stanway-Tokorangi circuit (anti-clockwise) is a 20.51k loop.
An excellent event for all ages and stages.
Come out and test yourself.We would love to see you.
Graded handicap 2 laps-41km
Traffic management will be in place, but this is to warn other road uses that we are there, the roads are open and riders must obey NZ road rules at ALL times.
Please be courteous to other road users
Assistance Race Manager / Registration:
Traffic Set Up
Marshal – Start / Finish
Marshal – Makino / Tokorangi
Marshal - Stanway Road/Makino Road to stop cyclists
Service / Sag Vehicle
Please head on over to the Volunteers Document to learn more about these positions.
Every effort is very much appreciated.
*All trophies to be handed out at end of year club prize giving
**Trophies awarded for Bike Manawatu Club Road Race Champs Only
U19 Female - Winner of club road race champs -
U23 Male - Winner of club road race champs – James Cuff Won in 2017
U23Female - Winner of club road race champs – Emily Shearman won in 2017