Porirua Grand Traverse
Race Details:

You won’t be disappointed with out exciting new Mountain Bike section for 2016.
With heaps of single track and stunning views over Porirua and the Tasman Sea, the course starts with the same loop around Takapuwahia, but then heads to Colonial Knob/Rangituhi where it takes in the new single track network before a climb up to the top ridge.
As well as Multisport and Duathlon participants in solo and team options, there is a Mountain Bike Only race.

ALL AGES: We’re about participation. Options for everyone from retirees to kids

ALL ABILITIES: Options for rookies right through to experienced endurance junkies! Multisport, Duathlon, Mtn Biking, Mtn Running, Paddling and the hugely popular Arena Fun Run/Walk.

All AMAZING: Showcases Porirua’s spectacular hills & harbour, bush & beaches!

ALL FOR YOU: The Porirua Grand Traverse Trust is a not-for-profit organisation providing Porirua with a unique event that benefits the community both altruistically and economically.



  • Porirua Grand Traverse 2016

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    13.1 miles
    1,859 ft
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    1,265 ft
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