Sun 14 April– WCNI Interclub hosted by Taranaki – Crit & Road Race Champs Sat 11 May – BM AGM & Road / Track Prizegiving Sun 12 May – Wanganui WCNI Interclub RR Sun 19 May – Manfeild 6 Hour Cycle Challenge Sun 9 June – Levin WCNI Interclub RR & Crit Sat 29 June – WCNI Interclub Road Race hosted by Bike Manawatu – Halcombe Circuit
Novice Tour of Manawatu is next weekend Saturday 16th & Sunday 17th of March and we are still actively trying our best to fill our volunteers roles. This is one of Bike Manawatu major events with Under 13's through to Under 19's of both genders fiercely competing against one another. We are still looking for people to fill various roles -Judges - KoM & Sprints -Marshalls -Lead Car Drivers -Comms Car Drivers -Service Car Drivers -Sag Wagon If you or someone you know is able to help us, we'd be ever so grateful. Thank you
The Property Brokers Race to the brewery 2019 Sports Scholarship applications are open now! The aim of Property Brokers scholarship scheme is to assist local sporting talent to perform to the best of their ability, by assisting them financially so they have access to greater sporting opportunities. Click the link below to apply today. Entries close on March 31, 2019. http://ow.ly/SaHk50mBkWe
We would like to thank the Distinction Coachman Hotel for helping accommodate our timing personal for Novice Tour. For all any last minute accommodation queries for Novice Tour, check out the deal they have for us www.distinctionhotelscoachman.co.nz/NOVICETOUR
March brings a busy month of racing. Next week on Tuesday 12th March we have the first of our 2 Mid Week Races on the Akers Road circuit. Please help our timing volunteers out and pre register for all our up and coming races, this helps speed up the process on the day. But dont stress as we will always still accept late registrations at all of our races To make it nice and easy, just click the picture below for each race and it will take you to pre register
UCI TRACK CYCLING WORLD CHAMPIONSHIPS, POLAND – NZ WRAP DAY 4 (March 3rd 2019)
Twenty-year-old Campbell Stewart has claimed his first elite rainbow jersey after victory in the omnium on the fourth day of the UCI Track World Championships in Poland. The Vantage Windows & Doors Elite New Zealand rider produced a stunning display, lapping the field with Frenchman Benjamin Thomas late in the race which gave him a commanding lead.
Kirstie James finished fourth in the women’s 3000m individual pursuit. She qualified fourth fastest in 3:28.407 to earn a bronze medal match against Germany’s Lisa Klein. The German stepped up to claim the ride-off with James settling for a well-earned fourth place, while teammate Bryony Botha was fifth.