The RICOH Legends of Cycling dinner on January 28 in Auckland next year will be the highest profile gathering of world famous cycling identities ever seen in New Zealand with organisers saying it will also be a celebration of all things cycling.

Featuring one of the greatest cyclists of all time American Greg LeMond, a three time Tour de France winner and two time world champion, the international voice of cycling Phil Liggett and New Zealand’s most successful professional cyclist Julian Dean, the RICOH legends of Cycling Dinner is being hosted by SKYCITY.

“It’s so exciting,” John McKenzie from the media & events company organising the event, enthuse says. “We feel very privileged to be able to bring some of the biggest names in cycling to New Zealand for a gala function. We have had such positive and encouraging support for the concept with some great sponsors on board that really share our passion and enthusiasm for the event; there’s no doubt it’s really going to be something very special and a real celebration of cycling.”


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Dear NZ Centre Teams & Individuals,

We extend an invitation to attend the Oceania Track Championships from the 8th – 11th October 2015 in Invercargill, New Zealand.

Please find attached important information pertaining to the Championships including; invitation, initial memo with key event information and provisional programme.

Feel free to place this information on your respective websites and distribute to other parties who maybe interested in attending the event.

Event entry forms and criteria will be circulated in early July 2015.

Information and latest news will be available via

Received from NZ School Cycling


Entries are are open for South and North Island road championships

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There have been numerous requests for clarification about gearing for schools events.

Individual events
up to and including U17 a gear limit of 6.61 metres
then up to u20 a gear limit of 7.93 metres
Team Events
All ages up to U20 a gear limit of 6.61 metres.

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Sunday 28th June 2015, 8AM from Memorial Park , PN

To acknowledge the passing of the shortest day this year and recognize we have some cold days ahead Bike Manawatu is celebrating with a Brass Monkey Event on 28th June 2015 at 8AM from Memorial Park, PN with bunch rides returning to Café Soskys, Napier Road at about 10 – 10.30 AM for a social morning and some spot prizes draw.

Café Soskys will have hot soup with breads selection available at $10 per head. All cyclists back for hot soup will be in the draw for spot prizes, we have in excess of 12 x sponsored prizes useful for our cycling, only 1 prize per person may be claimed.
Some of the prizes:
• Bike Manawatu summer cycling shirt
• Road tyre
• Pair cycling gloves, full finger
• LED front light
• Bottle Kim Crawford Pinot Noir
• Tino Tabak book
• Tubes

Put this event in your diary, Sunday 28th June 2015 8 AM for Bike Manawatu’s Brass Monkey Ride followed by hot soup at Café Soskys and Spot Prize draw.