The 2021 Skoda National School Road Championships will be held in Pleasant Point and Timaru from 2 - 4 October, run by Cycling New Zealand Schools and supported by Cycling South Canterbury.
Provisional Event Schedule
Friday 1 October - Race Pack Pick up - from 4.30pm - 6pm - St Joseph's School, Pleasant Point
Saturday 2 October - Team Time Trial - St Joseph's School, Pleasant Point
Sunday 3 October - Road Race - St Joseph's School, Pleasant Point
Monday 4 October - Points Race - Levels Raceway, Timaru
- Please do not arrive at St Joseph's School until 4.30pm on Friday 2 October. St Joseph's School have a full day of school so please respect their instructions and do not arrive prior to 4.30pm.
- There are no classrooms available to hire at St Joseph's School and no pit garage facilities at Levels Raceway, please bring tents and appropriate weights.
Road Race Course
Time Trial Course
Age as at 31 December 2021.
U20, U17, U16, U15, U14, U13 boys and girls
Senior (U20), Junior (U16) and Year 7 & 8
At a minimum competitors must be enrolled in Year 7.
Racing will be conducted under the Cycling New Zealand Schools Rules. All riders should familiars themselves with the complete Rules under which racing will be conducted.
Health and Safety
Everyone has a responsibly towards Health and Safety at an event.
The safety of the riders, officials, volunteer and spectators are included in the event planning. This includes (but not limited to) road restrictions, traffic management and event advisories to the local businesses and residents.
The event takes place a mix of urban residential and rural roads. It is your responsibility to manage your own safety during the event, to be aware of other road users at all times and to make responsible decisions. There is traffic management in place however, the roads are OPEN and there will be public and official traffic on the circuit during your race.
If you have any questions or concerns regarding Health and Safety please report to the Event Manager or Race Manager.
School Sport New Zealand