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Auckland 1000 Definitely On
13 Jun, 2009
Cycling Auckland has decided to run this year’s Auckland 1000 on Sunday 30 August as planned, despite the fact the event has no naming rights sponsor.
The Karaka circuit used for club nationals in 2007 will be the venue, with events for A, B, C grade and Under 17s.
If there are enough entries from elite women and U19 women, they will get a separate event.

Support needed
Event organisers are looking for help in a variety of areas to make the event more financially viable.

Flat deck truck required for the finish line for the judges, finish video camera operation. If it comes with curtain sides so much the better. If anybody can source a truck F.O.C. could they please contact us.
A Generator is needed to power up various bits of equipment in the finish line area. Once again please get in touch.

Individual race sponsors – programme advertising. If you can help out in this area it would be greatly appreciated. 

If you can help with any of this please contact:
Martin Thomson
Chairman Auckland 1000 organising committee – martinth@ihug.co.nz
John Coker
Cycling Auckland President – coker.jd@xtra.co.nz

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