2017 Architecture Unlimited Corporate Pursuit


Final Corporate Race Day Results

Final Allcomers Race Day Results

View Eugene Bonthuys Images

Race Programme for Sunday

Friday 7th July - Time Trial - RESULTS

Audit Trails For TT


Sunday 23rd July - Race Day - 9.30am
(Spectators gold coin entry)

Sunday 23rd - Prizegiving 6pm

Read more about this year's rules and check out all the action from past events below

Team kit order form

Roller Racing Schedule

Track Sessions Schedule

Time Trial Schedule

Updated Change over rule - the rules on the change over in the Team Sprint which this race is based on has been changed by UCI so to keep in line with this we will be using the new rules.

Roller Racing Series

June 20 Results    
June 27 Results
July 6 Results
Finalists for 11 July are NZ Fire 1, Fonterra 1 & 2, Southern Scrubs and SBS Bank 2

Race Description

  • The Italian Pursuit is a four member team event. The race is held over 4 laps of the 250m track, a total of 1000m
  • Two teams will be on the track at one time.  Each starting and finishing on the opposite sides of the track
  • The lead rider will ride one whole lap then pull off as the second rider takes over for their whole lap on the front of the team. Next will be the third rider and finally the fourth rider races the last lap. Each rider will complete a whole lap on the front of their team. 
  • Changes will take place between the cones on the respective straights (between the pursuit line and a cone placed 15metres beyond). The following riders’s front wheel may not overlap the leading rider’s rear wheel until they are in this zone. The leading rider must have left the sprinter’s lane before the 15 metre cone.
  • The time of the team is taken on the final rider crossing their pursuit line.

Rules of the Corporate Pursuit

Download printable copy of the rules and what you get for your entry fee

Correct bike seat hold position on left                                                                   Incorrect bike seat hold position on right

Bike Hold Correct Handling

Incorrect Bike Hold Position









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