Earlier this year, Anna had a wee accident while climbing at Yosemite, USA. As a result, she broke most of the bones in her body and has a rather large medical bill. The proceeds from this event will go towards helping her.
If you want to assist directly - Anna's Givealittle
FUNduro time This is a fun, entry-level enduro race. The name of the game is participation so come along and bulk out the numbers with us and have a laugh, or two.
This event is supported by Emerson's Brewery, Cycle World Dunedin.
We will be running two classes - a 3-stage (beginner/intermediate) and a 5-stage (advanced).
The 3-stage will use stages 1, 2 and 3.
If the weather is looking really bad we may postpone, but if it's just a bit wet we will still carry on and could adjust some stages to suit wet weather
-1200 - 1300 registration at the carpark -1300 race briefing. -1300 - 1600 racing, you can do up to two laps of the stages in the time allocated.
The entry fee is $40, with the proceeds going to help Anna. You can pre-register to speed up on-the-day admin. So if you are planning on coming please do that. We will still accept your race entry on the day - cash and EFTPOS.
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