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The Taumarunui Cycle Classic

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The Taumarunui Cycle Classic, formerly known as the ‘Dave Logue Cycle Classic,’ is held every November, 2 weeks out from the Lake Taupo Cycle Challenge. This year, it will be held on 10th November 2018.

Equal prize money for Open female and male riders.

The circuit consists of 114km of undulating, challenging but beautiful scenery with the race commencing and finishing in Taumarunui.

The ride takes you around what is termed locally as ‘The Ohura Circuit’ with the first 25km on SH4 after which you turn off to fast smooth country roads where, on a busy day, you may encounter 10 cars.

Competitors can enter as an individual or two person teams. Two person team transition is at Ohura, split times recorded.  Teams can be single sex or mixed.

On-line registrations will be available until midnight Friday before the event.

Walk-up registrations will be available between 7:00am and 7:30am on the day

Eftpos is available.

For more information please visit the website here

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