To register for the 13th Annual ‘Round Rangihoua 4 Hour Challenge 2019, complete the form below or turn up on the day and enter.
Come and join us on Saturday 7th December 2019 for the 4 hour Mountain Bike relay around Te Putiki o Kahu – Rangihoua Hill. Covering lots of lovely single track, the team race is suitable for all riding levels! A fun day out for everyone.
Kauri Die Back (KDD) Alert
Please make sure all your bikes are cleaned before coming to Waiheke, as we don’t have Kauri Die Back on the island. The bio-security ambassadors will be disinfecting and screening bikes at Pier 2 (Fullers) from 8am on the 7th Dec.
If you are planning on catching the 9am boat please get their earlier, e.g. 30 minutes before hand, so your bike can be checked and stickered before getting on the ferry.
If you are travelling by Sealink please clean your bikes of all dirt, especially the tyres.
Before the race as always we will have a bike safety check and all bikes must go through the Kauri Die Back disinfectant station to be able to race.
We are looking forward to seeing you there on the day and you beautiful cleaned bikes!
For more information, see https://www.kauridieback.co.nz/
The challenge is a 4 hour relay race for teams of up to 4 people. The track is cycleable by anyone with a moderate level of bike skills – in the main event is for anyone 12 and up, with the kids race for anyone up to 12.
The track is suitable for almost all levels, from expert to novice. Get your team together, or ride solo! Timed event with prizes & giveaways.
Events available for men, women and children. There’s something for everybody.
Each rider rides a single loop at a time and riders change over by tapping his/her replacement on the top of their helmet. Now you can also do the race solo and there are prizes for different categories; woman, men, girls, boys, age groups and single speed.
If you are having any issues registering, please email us – info [at] wmbc.co.nz.
Note that we use Mailchimp for our entries, which is email list software. So you are, in effect, signing up to an email list. Rest assured: we’d rather stick spokes in our eyes (ewww!) than rent or sell our email list – at most, you’ll hear about this years Round Rangihoua, and next years event.
The steps are:
- Fill in the form.
- You’ll be emailed a confirmation, asking you to confirm that you want to subscribe/join (we can’t change some of the wording 🙁 )
- You’ll then be emailed a final email which contains information on where to transfer the entry fee and other event details.