Stonewood Homes Gore to Invercargill Classic

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Stonewood Homes Gore to Invercargill Classic
The longest running club classic in New Zealand, the Stonewood Homes Gore to Invercargill Classic, is back on Thursday 26 January 2023. The event will feature an Open Handicap Classic with great prizemoney on offer - $500 for first across the line, $500 for the fastest time, and $500 for the first female rider. There will also be a U15/U17 Junior Handicap, as well as an U13 Junior Handicap.

The handicap sheet for the 71km Open Classic can be found here.

The handicap sheet for the U15/17 36km Junior Classic can be found here.

The handicap sheet for the U13 16km Junior Classic can be found here.

71km Open Handicap (U19/U23/Elite/Masters) - Junior ride option included - see details further below
Great prize money on offer! 

- Rider registration at 5:00pm Gore Town & Country Club car park, Bury Street, Gore 

- Race starts at 5:30pm

- Race finishes just past McQuarrie Park (near Kew Bowling Club)

- Presentations immediately follow the conclusion of the race

 

Please note the 71km Classic is restricted to U19 and above.

JUNIOR RIDE  - U17/15 36km Handicap

- Parking is at the old hall on Rimu - Seaward Downs hall. Any overflow parking off the road and on North side of Rimu Seaward Downs road please.

- Rider registration at 5:00pm Seaward Downs

- Race starts at 5:30pm

- Race finishes just past McQuarrie Park (near Kew Bowling Club)

- Presentations immediately follow the conclusion of the race

 

JUNIOR RIDE  - U13 16km Handicap

- Rider registration at 5:00pm at Mokotua Store

- Race starts at 5:30pm

- Race finishes just past McQuarrie Park (near Kew Bowling Club)

- Presentations immediately follow the conclusion of the race

 

Riders have to ride in their age categories

Course map

-Please note that no following vehicles are allowed on the course.
The Stonewood Homes Gore to Invercargill Senior and Junior Race will be run under Cycling NZ Rules, NZ Road Code and is permitted on the roads under COPTTM. COPTTM does not allow any vehicles involved in the event to impact the normal operation of the road. This means only vehicles engaged directly by the event organizer are allowed to be seen following / engaged with the race. This includes vehicles bunny hopping to watch their rider, this is not a normal driving behavior and you are impacting the normal operation of the road. Riders associated with unauthorized vehicles seen following / interacting with the race in an unsafe manner will be removed from the race.
Please make sure all riders are aware they are required to be self sufficient and able to look after themselves at all times.

 

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