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ŠKODA North Island School Track Championships

Road & Track
11 July 2022 - 12 July 2022
Cambridge

Entries are open now. Entries must be completed through your school only through Enter Now. No individual entries will be accepted. Schools must be affiliated with Cycling New Zealand Schools for the 2022 year and list their riders before they can enter. Click here for the live entry list.

ENTRIES WILL CLOSE 5PM FRIDAY 24TH JUNE. ENTRY FEES MUST BE PAID BY FRIDAY 1ST JULY.


Once you have completed your entries through Enter Now, you must download an invoice from the bottom of the entry form. Your Invoice number must be used as the reference when paying your account.

 

Entry Fees

Individual Events
$70 per rider (Includes Scratch Race, Point a lap or Tempo Points, 515m Scratch or Keirin)

Team Events - Pursuit & Sprint
$40 per team/per event

Team Sprint - to bring rules in line with the Cycling New Zealand R&T Regulations, Yr 7/8 and Junior/U16 boys and girls teams will race over 500m (2 riders), and Senior/U20 boys and girls teams will race over 750m (3 riders)

Entry fees include GST and the $4 Cycling New Zealand Schools Levy

 

Refund Policy

Refunds requested after the entry closing date will only be processed on the presentation of a medical certificate. All refunds will incur a $20 administration fee.

 

Categories

Age as at 31 December 2022.

 

Individual Races 

U20, U17, U16, U15, U14, U13 boys and girls 

 

Teams Race (Includes Team Pursuit and Team Sprint)
Senior (U20), Junior (U16) and Year 7 & 8

Team Sprint - to bring rules in line with the Cycling New Zealand R&T Regulations, Yr 7/8 and Junior/U16 boys and girls teams will race over 500m (2 riders), and Senior/U20 boys and girls teams will race over 750m (3 riders)
 

At a minimum competitors must be enrolled in Year 7.

The 2022 SKODA North Island School Track Championships will be held at the Grassroots Trust Velodrome in Cambridge, from 11 - 12 July, run by Cycling New Zealand.

Individual events will be run in an 'Omnium style'  Riders will be awarded Omnium points for placings in each event. Riders must start all three events to be eligible for titles. Medals will be awarded to the top 3 overall in each age group.

Provisional Event Programme

Click here for the provisional event programme (published 16 May). This will be updated after entries close. 

 

Event Manual

Click here for the provisional Event Manual (published 16 May). This will be updated after entries close. 

 

Track Accreditation

All riders are required to be accredited to the Grassroots Trust Velodrome. You can find out more about Track Accreditation here. Accreditation sessions are being run in the lead up to the event, with Modules 1 & 2 on the 12th of June and Modules 3 & 4 on the 19th of June.

If you're accreditation has lapsed or you are accredited to ride at the Velodrome in Invercargill, then you can sign up for an Express Accreditation class on Sunday 10th July.

If you have any questions on track accreditation, please contact Craig.Rodger@velodrome.nz


Bike Hire

There are a limited number of bikes available to hire from the Grassroots Trust Velodrome. Bike hire is for the entirety of the event, bikes are not shared. To book a hire bike, please contact Craig.Rodger@velodrome.nz

 

Rules
This event is run in accordance with Cycling New Zealand Schools Rules. 


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. If you have any questions or concerns regarding Health and Safety please report to the Event Manager. 

 

Accommodation 

For more information on group accommodation options at St Peters Cambridge see below

 

 

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