Giant Wellington PNP Spring Series Rd2 Makara Peak
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Welcome to the Giant Wellington PNP Spring Series Round Two. The course will be made up of a long and short loop. The lap configuration will depend on your category. We run a sport course catering to those who want to give the event a try or hang with their mates and be social while not working themselves too hard. The is the age grades for those who want to ride with or against riders of their own age and Open is open to anyone. But it also incorporates the seniors, so it can be highly competitive.

Lap Configuration

Most riders are familiar with Makara Peak,so we have tried to send as many grades on at least one long loop

Two Long Loops -Open Men, Open Women, Masters (30-39), (40-49), (50+) U19 Men, U17 Men

One Long Loop +One Short Loop -Sport Men, Sport Women, U19 Women, U17 Women, U15 Boys

Two Short Loops -U15 Girls, U13 Boys

One Short Loop -U13 Girls, U11 Boys, U11 Girls

Riders Please do not ride the trails in reverse prior to the event. Also the bottom of Livewires does not run through the freshly planted natives to the Koru bridge, it will be between a mature tree with minimal impact, so you must exit Livewires via LazyFern until race day,



  • Giant Wellington PNP Spring Series rd 2 Short Loop

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    Giant Wellington PNP Spring Series rd 2 Long Loop

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