Please follow this link for results from the 2014 Fred Ogle Memorial Ride.
Online entries have now closed for the 2014 Fred Ogle Memorial Ride. Late entries will be accepted until 2:30pm Saturday the 15th of November but must...
A great day had by all at the NSSSA MTB Championships held at the Parihaka MTB park, Whangarei.Overall champions from combined resultsof cross...
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Sunday 15 February 2015
Join us as we cycle through the heartland of New Zealand in the sixth annual BDO Wellington to Auckland Cycle Challenge, Sunday 9 to Saturday 15 February 2014.2014 Official Event Charity Multiple Sclerosis New ZealandTake the simple pleasure of riding a bike, multiple it by seven days, 110km per day, 13 stages, big hills, good times and personal accomplishments, and you have a recipe for an awesome experience.All abilities are welcome to participate – elite riders, competitive masters, weekend warriors, cycling tourists, and social or corporate teams – this is a fun week with a great bunch.Departing from the main street in Lower Hutt and finishing in Pukekohe, each day is divided into one or two stages covering anywhere from 38km – 122kms.Come discover the North Island of New Zealand from the seat of a bike.