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Black Barn Cyclocross Hawkes Bay Series 2017

Black Barn Cyclocross Hawkes Bay Series 2017

Sorry this event has been and gone


  • Sun 25 Jun ’17, 10:00am – 1:00pm
  • Sun 9 Jul ’17, 10:00am – 1:00pm
  • Sun 23 Jul ’17, 10:00am – 1:00pm
  • Sun 6 Aug ’17, 10:00am – 1:00pm


Black Barn Vineyards, Black Barn Rd, Havelock North Show map


All Ages

Ticket Information:

  • Fee: $15.00
  • 4 Race Series Pass: $45.00


CX Hawkes Bay

Cyclocross (CX) takes elements from both road and mountain bike racing and presents as a spectator friendly, short, fast race that all ages and skill levels can enjoy. It’s typically raced on an off-road circuit, each lap takes about 4-6 minutes to complete. Riders complete several laps in each race.

Cyclocross Hawkes Bay holds a series of events through the winter that anyone can enter and enjoy. There is a series of 4 events, and each event offers the following options:

9:50am: Balance Bikes and Parent & Child fun ride.
The course is restricted to balance bikes and kids that need parents alongside them only.

10:00am: Arataki Future Stars Kids 7 and under starts 10am.
Five minutes around a child-friendly circuit. Entry is Koha, this is a great way for your children to ride their bikes on a nice safe fun course and learn some great bike handling skills. Please, no balance bikes or trailers in this race.

10:10am: Freeman Decorating Future Star Kids 10 and under.
10 minutes race on a slightly longer kid friendly circuit. Great fun and entry is koha.

10:20am: CX45 (45 minutes) & CX30 (30 minutes).
CX45 and CX30 races start at about 10:20 after the kids' events. Open to riders of any ability, it's your choice how far you want to race.

Each event concludes with our Roosters Brewery prize-giving; Roosters Wheat beer and Frites provided for all competitors.

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