2021 Auckland Cyclo-cross Series
Family friendly / local level / use any type of bike cyclo-cross racing brought to you by the Auckland Mountain Bike Club.
|any bike can be used, not just a cyclo specific bike|
|Date||All under 16s race start||All 16 and over race start|
|Race 1||29 May 2021||08:45||09:30|
|Race 2||3 July 2021|
The Meadows, Parrs Park, Glen Eden.
Cyclo-cross races are normally marked out in parks and / or urban areas over several different ground surfaces. Such as, grass, paths, concrete and gravel. They often include short sections or the odd obstacles that require riders to carry or push their bike. The goal is to do as many laps of the racecourse as possible within the allotted time of the rider’s age group. Cyclo-cross courses range from 500m to a few km. If you hear the bell ringing the lead rider is on their last lap. All lap counting stops once the lead rider finishes their next bell lap.
|Age groups||Race duration||Race start||Per race cost|
|Under 14 girls||30 minutes||08:45||$15|
|Under 14 boys|
|Under 16 girls|
|Under 16 boys|
|Under 18 girls||50-60 minutes||09:30||$25|
|Under 18 boys|
|Under 23 women|
|Under 23 men|
|Masters women (40+)|
|Master men (40+)|
Enter the events from the following link:
29th May – https://www.enternowonline.com/4472
3rd July – https://www.enternowonline.com/4473
there is also a race series run in Hamilton which you may be interested in https://www.facebook.com/FogCityCyclocross/
Code of conduct
- Ensure other park users know how respectful and courteous bike people are.
- No bike cleaning at the park.
- It’s not the Olympic final, take it easy, and ride with care around others.
- It’s an all ages event so get those month filters on.
- It’s not just the single-speeder who dressed up.
A brief prize giving will be held after each race and at around 12pm.
Frequency asked questions
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