5 miles
Distance
1,269 ft
Climb
-1,269 ft
Descent
1,437 ft
High Point

We have nicked named this event "superflow". We head to Palmerston North's Arapuke Forest park to ride some groomed flowing berms for the first event of the 2017 Summer MTB Cup series.

The Summer Cup is all about getting out and riding the best trails around the central North Island of New Zealand.

Challenge yourself on some of the best trails New Zealand has to offer and all on those long, balmy days of summer! We can’t guarantee it’ll be dry but it will be warm, though the last time the series was HOT and DRY! The 2017 Series will be three distances

NOTE: the lap elevation is on 137m not this displayed elevation. The we do not use the double black diamond line

Short 2 Laps 17.6km
Mid 3 Laps 26.4km
Long 4 Laps 35.2km

Learn more http://nduro.co.nz/our-events/summer-cup/

Local Trail Association
Manawatu Mountain Bike Club (www.mmbc.co.nz)
Please consider joining or donating to the local riding association to support trail development & maintenance.
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More Stats for Camelbak Summer Cup - Event 1 mountain bike route
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