Rotorua, Bay of Plenty
Fri 25 April, 2014 -
Sat 26 April, 2014
18-20km lap race
The 2014 N-Duro 24 is proud to again be an official WEMBO event meaning that it is now New Zealand’s only official aflitated race for the World Solo 24 Hour Mountain Bike Championship. Come April 25 the trails of Whakarewarewa Forest are going to be absolutely humming.
The 2014 edition of the N-Duro 24 will see 3 separate events all as part of the N-Duro 24, all catering to there own specific group of riders, and all those specific riders needs.
With all the Aussies turning up it will be a true ANZAC Day race kicking off on Friday 25 April at midday, from the newly announced Race HQ based at Waiariki Institute of Technologies Wood Processing School the N-Duro 24 promises to be one of those must do events on the MTB calendar.
There will be the full monty the N-Duro 24 which will see a full night of riding for competitors, there will be a traditional 12 hour event with the slight difference of starting at midnight, and finally for those who night riding is not their thing there will be a new 6+6 event if night riding is not your thing, with 6 hours of riding Saturday and the final 6 starting Sunday morning, and finally there will be a 6 hour event for those who just want to be a part of the action, fun, laughter and madness that can only be 24hr racing.
LIMITED ENTRIES, so get in fast, like 29ner fast !
Entries are closed.
Visit http://www.nduro24.co.nz/ for more information.
Getting to Rotorua has never been easier, especially from Australia. Rotorua is in the centre of the sunny Bay of Plenty, located about 220 Km south- of Auckland.
If you are flying in from Australia there are two direct flights per week between Rotorua and Sydney which brings you straight into the city.
For other rider coming from overseas, fly in to Auckland. From here you have two options, drive the 2.5hr journey from Auckland to Rotorua or arrange a domestic flight with Air New Zealand.
The airport is 8 Km from the city center, or 12 Km from the event village.