Teddington Flat Club Trial – 27th August

Teddington Flat Club Trial – 27th August

MNZ PERMIT NO. 16957

Living Springs and Teddington Flat

From Governors Bay follow Main Road for about 1.6kms It then becomes Governors Bay/Teddington Rd. Continue on road towards Teddington for about another 2-3kms. Both properties are on right at the beginning of the straight as you come off the hill.

Gates Open: 9:00am

Sign On: 9:30am to 10:00am
Riders briefing (Cards issued immediately after): 10:00am
Event Start: 10:30am.
 
Trial starts at 10:30am, NO riding before this time except in the
special taped off area, if that area has been set-up. Bikes can be
started and warmed up.
 
Please arrive in good time for the 10:00am Rider briefing. From 9:30am onward Riders can sign-in and hand over their MNZ licence to the event’s MNZ Stewards.
 
All riders MUST attend the Rider briefing at 10:00am, this briefing is
to provide you with details or any local hazards, course layout and
the names and faces of the organisers. After this briefing you will
be required to sign to confirm you have been present at the briefing
after which you will be given your first card.
 
If you have not signed in and attended the briefing you will not be
allowed to ride.
 
If your bike is not fitted with a lanyard activated kill switch you will
not be allowed to ride.
 
Please ensure that you bring your MNZ Licence and log book, which needs to be completed with that day’s event details. If you don’t have your MNZ licence with you, you will be required to purchase a one day event licence.

Teddington Flat Club Trial – 27th August

Teddington Flat Club Trial – 27th August

MNZ PERMIT NO. 16957

Living Springs and Teddington Flat

From Governors Bay follow Main Road for about 1.6kms It then becomes Governors Bay/Teddington Rd. Continue on road towards Teddington for about another 2-3kms. Both properties are on right at the beginning of the straight as you come off the hill.

Gates Open: 9:00am

Sign On: 9:30am to 10:00am
Riders briefing (Cards issued immediately after): 10:00am
Event Start: 10:30am.
 
Trial starts at 10:30am, NO riding before this time except in the
special taped off area, if that area has been set-up. Bikes can be
started and warmed up.
 
Please arrive in good time for the 10:00am Rider briefing. From 9:30am onward Riders can sign-in and hand over their MNZ licence to the event’s MNZ Stewards.
 
All riders MUST attend the Rider briefing at 10:00am, this briefing is
to provide you with details or any local hazards, course layout and
the names and faces of the organisers. After this briefing you will
be required to sign to confirm you have been present at the briefing
after which you will be given your first card.
 
If you have not signed in and attended the briefing you will not be
allowed to ride.
 
If your bike is not fitted with a lanyard activated kill switch you will
not be allowed to ride.
 
Please ensure that you bring your MNZ Licence and log book, which needs to be completed with that day’s event details. If you don’t have your MNZ licence with you, you will be required to purchase a one day event licence.

SI Championship Rounds 5 & 6 Results

The club extends its many thanks to all those members that helped make this year’s Round 5 and 6 such a success, despite the very wet weather on Sunday.  Please click on any of the following links to see the results, again the Club’s thanks to John  for his work in scoring over the two days.

Overall Championship points for 2017:To Follow

Saturday’s Rider Statistics: Rider Statistics

Saturday’s Results: Placing

Sunday’s Rider Statistics: Rider Statistics

Sunday’s Results: Placing

 

 

Club Trailer gets a facelift !

The club is pleased to announce that the club trailer has had new logos added by Mike and his people at BNS Design & Print Ltd.  If any company wants to add their advertising to the club Trailer then please get in touch with the committee via the Web site message system or phone.

GREAT DAY TRAINING AT WESTERN VALLEY

GREAT DAY TRAINING AT WESTERN VALLEY

The club would like to thank all riders that attended the second day of training at Western Valley.  The club would also like to extend its special thanks to Jules Huguenin for providing this training and to Matt Latham and family for letting us use this great property.

Canterbury provided a warm and sunny day for this training and both groups, Clubman/Beginners in the morning, and Intermediate/Expert in the afternoon enjoyed a challenging 3 hours of training, often well outside their normal “comfort” zone.

Training consisted of two sections being laid out by Jules who then proceeded to show how each section should be ridden, and what riding technique should be used to overcome each element of the section.  Mention should also be made at this point of the help Derek provided, not only as the MNZ official for the day but also as minder in those parts of the section that needed it.

The photos below do not cover the entire day, rather just the morning, if any other photos have been taken especially during the afternoon please pass them onto the club.




KAIKOURA 3 DAY FINAL RESULTS

KAIKOURA 3 DAY FINAL RESULTS

The club would like to take this opportunity to thank all those people who have supported this event with their hard work in organizing, pegging, clearing, scoring, catering, and their support for Kaikoura at this most difficult time for them. 

Please click on the following link to see Day 1 Results: Day 1

Please click on the following link to see Day 2 Results: Day 2

Please click on the following link to see Day 3 Results: Day 3

Please click on the following link to see Overall Results: Overall

Please click on the following link to see Lynette Barnett’s great photos from the weekend. The club would like to thank her for these great  photos: Flickr Photo Album

 

 

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