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February 10, 2018
Tour Aotearoa, the longest and most varied ride in New Zealand, was completed in February this year. This awe-inspiring bikepacking event took riders 3000 km from the tip of Cape Reinga all the way down to Bluff. The track included several Great Rides throughout the country, connected by the best available back-country roads.
Hello TA riders,
There are now 430 people on the Tour Aotearoa start list, so we have increased the number of riders to 600, spread over six start dates:
10, 12, 14, and 24, 26, 28 of February 2018.
These dates will work perfectly for the tides on Ninety Mile Beach
Entering is a two-stage process.
Stage 1 (now): Express your interest to enter and get on the list. If you have done that already, then please check your full name is on the list here:https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/1e2VTW2D5BcBY-zlNcgmESIR0uqX3-nhgbhYDD6E61m8/edit#gid=0
Stage 2 (Feb 2017): There is no entry fee, as this is a non-commercial event. To confirm your entry you will be asked to make a $100 donation to charity, and offset the carbon emission from your travel to the event, and sign up with MAProgress so you will be tracked along with everyone else.
We are not ready for Stage 2 just yet, so hold your horses J. Stage 2 will begin straight after the 2017 Kiwi Brevet.
Want to get your event added to the Riding Ultras Calendar? Use the contact form to send the event details!
For the purposes of this website, an ultra event is defined as an event that is 200 miles or longer or takes the average competitor 12 hours or more to complete. Winter events in the months of December, January, February and March must be 100 miles or longer or take the average competitor 6 hours or more to complete. Other events relevant to ultracyclists such as training camps or informational sessions may also be included.[contact-form-7 404 "Not Found"]