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29th April 2017 - 30th April 2017


One of a few events around the country that lead the way in championing young cycling talent in New Zealand. The Te Awamutu Junior Cycling Tour consistently draws riders who will go on to world championship, Olympic and professional success in later years.


5th May 2017


The 2017 event will see the best Age Group (Youth, Junior and Masters) riders compete for Time Trial and Road Racing titles in Cambridge, Waikato.


5th May 2017 - 7th May 2017


The 2017 event will see the best Age Group (Youth, Junior, Senior and Masters) riders compete for Time Trial and Road Racing titles in Cambridge, Waikato.


14th May 2017


The Round the Mountain classic has been run in one form or another since 1911. New Zealand’s longest running race, it is a challenging 148km circuit of the mountain - there isn’t another race quite like it.


21st May 2017


The most exotic and fun ride in the world; set in paradise with multiple options to cater for as many cyclists as possible with 15km-55km and 110km options.

North Harbour Junior Tour

27th May 2017 - 28th May 2017


The North Harbour Junior Tour is the pre-eminent NZ Schools Cycling event for young riders. Packed into one weekend riders get to experience two road races*, a time trial and a criterium race.


The aim of the Tour is to provide junior riders with a safe environment to experience and develop road racing skills on courses that are challenging but with distances that are not daunting to those new to the sport.

The four stages, two held at Kumeu and two at QBE (North Harbour) Stadium, provide introductory level racing for riders who can compete in any/all stages for their age group.

2017 will be the 8th year the Tour has been held. Previous winners include NZ rep riders Connor Brown and Madeline Park in the U17s and Bryony Botha and Harry Elworthy in the U19s. These juniors are now racing at national and international levels in either road or track events.

The Stage 2 road race is also part of the Schools Points Series run by Counties Manukau Cycling every year. It’s a big event for intermediate and secondary school riders and we are expecting 350-400 riders across age groups of 11– 19 years old representing schools from all over the North Island including Whangarei, Hamilton, Taupo, Hawkes Bay and down to Wellington.

As well as individual winners for each age group, we have a schools competition which is fiercely contested.* Year 7/8 riders race a single road race (Stage 2)


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Niseko Yotei Circuit Fun Ride

8th July 2017


The inaugural “Niseko Yotei Circuit Fun Ride” will be held on the July 8, 2017. Riders will circumnavigate Mt.Yotei on 58 kilometers of the most scenic roads in the region. The ride is open to everyone and riders are encouraged to join the ride from all over the world. Highlights include local foods and refreshments at key locations along the route and a fun party at the end of the ride, not to mention this is the weekend of the Niseko Classic, so you can show your support and join the festivities on the 9th July as well.
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Niseko Yotei Circuit Fun Ride Organizing Committee

Niseko Classic Cycling Event

9th July 2017


The fourth annual Niseko Classic, Japan's only UCI Gran Fondo World Series qualifier, is scheduled for July 9, 2017 in Niseko, Hokkaido, Japan. Race participants will ride on closed roads and experience some of the most breathtakingly scenic cycling in Japan, taking them over mountain passes, through farmland and along the ocean. Riders have the choice between the 140km long course or a shorter 70km course. Celebrate in style after the event at a local food and beer festival.


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13th July 2017 - 16th July 2017


Velothon Sunshine Coast is the first Australian instalment of the global Velothon mass-participation cycling series. Riders can choose from a one day ride (July 16, 2017) of either 95km or 155km around the Noosa Hinterland, or a three day ride consisting of 110km, 90km and 155km stages.