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Rural Riders - Mountain biking for our rural community in Taupo, Rotorua, New Plymouth, Mt Hutt and Manawatu.

Rural Riders - Mountain biking for our rural community in Taupo, Rotorua, New Plymouth, Mt Hutt and Manawatu.

Starting the first week of November 2022

Rural Riders is back!! Come along with your family and friends to your local free Rural Riders event this summer!

Bring your mountain or e-bike and enjoy an hour or two on the track with a nice cold refreshment to finish.

 

 

 

Our 2022 event locations are:

Manawatu 🏔

Arapuke Mountain Bike Park - Starting November 3rd, 6pm every Thursday until Christmas.

For more information contact Matthew Cocks on 027 885 9358

New Plymouth 🗻

Mangamahoe Mountain Bike Park - Starting January 10th, every Tuesday. Final on 31st January.

For more information contact Timothy Lloyd on 021 357 478.

Rotorua ⭐️

Waipa Mill - Starting November 3rd, from 6 pm every Thursday, until Christmas.

For more information contact Glenn Rowlinson on 021 438 246 or Ches Chesby on 021 334 970.

Taupo ✨

Craters of the Moon Mountain Bike Park - Starting November 3rd, from 5:30 pm every Thursday, until Christmas.

For more information contact Hamish Clausen on 027 448 9713.

Methven 🌿

Mt Hutt Bike Park - Starting November 3rd, from 5:30 pm every Thursday, until Christmas.

For more information contact Caitlin Adlam on 027 499 7617, Ben McColgan on 027 443 8303 or Luca Carthew on 027 226 2279.

We can’t wait to see you out there! 🚲

For more information about Rural Riders, go to their Facebook Page - click here.

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