TUNNEL GULLY KIWI HOMES ENDURO 2021
Race Details:

The inaugural Tunnel Gully Kiwi Homes Enduro is here Opening the 2021 Wellington Enduro Series we look to seeing you all back on the bike and ready for some racing. Details will be available via the Facebook event page and registrations will open in November 2020.

Head over to the Facebook event for the latest.

PROUDLY SUPPORTED BY
Ground Effect - Kiwi Homes - The Cycle Centre - Angry Bear - Safelite - KuKu - Red Wolf Security- James Henry - Professionals Real Estate - Silverstream Health Centre - dzinesigns - ASPEQ - Upper Hutt City Council and Greater Wellington Regional Council.

CATEGORIES
Men & Women - U13, U15, U17, U19, U21, Open, M1, M2 & M3

TRACKS
INTERMEDIATE COURSE
3 stages, grade 2 & 3. To be announced shortly before the race.

ADVANCED COURSE
5 stages, grades 2, 3 & 4. To be announced shortly before the race.

WELLINGTON ENDURO SERIES
The Kiwi Homes Tunnel Gully Enduro is part of the 2021 Wellington Enduro Series. Provided you're racing the Advanced Course, points from this race will contribute to your overall WES ranking.

INCLEMENT WEATHER
In the event of conditions that pose an unnecessary risk to competitors, the organisers will make a decision whether or not to run the event on the day advertised, and best efforts will be made to notify registrants as early as possible. If postponed, the backup day is Sunday 31 January. See refunds and cancellation policy below.

QUESTIONS?
Head over to the Tunnel Gully Bike Trails facebook page.

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