Seaview Classic Criterium. St Heliers, Auckland Waterfront
Saturday April 15th.
The third annual Seaview Classic Criterium kicks off April 15th. 3 races on a closed course (We are closing Tamaki drive completely this year) so it will be even faster and safer. Spot prizes and cash primes in all races. Sponsors include PRV/Castelli and Ultimate Sports Nutrition.
This is the final event in the Triple crown points competition.
Races for everyone:
There are races for everyone from beginner to elite riders events and everyone inbetween. No racing licence required in any of these races but a level of experience is requested for some of the events. Entry to these events is at the race directors discretion.
Registration Table open at 7.30am.
Racing starts at 9.00am.
Start/finish on Tamaki drive at the park.
The closed course is a 800m rectangle loop around Vellenoweth Park in St Heliers, Auckland (just past Mission bay). A flat course with a good road surface. 3 left hand 90 degree turns and 1 sweeping left turn.
Race program April 15th:
Citizen race: 20minutes + 3 laps
start time: 9.00am
Age group: 15 years + men and women
This race is for riders who are fairly new to cycling and would like to try cycle racing on a closed course. It is open to anyone with a road bike ages 15 years and above.
Vets/Masters/race : 30minutes + 3 laps.
start time: 10.00am
Age group: 30 years + men and women
This race is for Masters and Vets men and women with some road racing experience.
Open race: 40minutes + 3 laps
start time: 11.00am
Age group: 16 years +.
This race is for Senior/junior riders men and women with road racing experience.
$45 Open (includes registration pack goodies)
$45 Citizen/Masters/Vets (includes registration pack goodies)Entries close April 8th
Late fee $15.
All riders who have participated in the (Rodney Rabbit and the Wild Wild West check the Triple crown
info to see your points standings.) ($1000 cash prizes in the Triple Crown, you must race the Seaview and be present for the prize giving to recieve prizes)
All info at www.summerofcycling.com