Trust House Biathlon Spring Series 2023, Mens Shed, Henley Lake, Masterton.
Spring Series starts 12 October 2023.
Our fees remain the same as last year, $42 for a year. Half-year membership is $21. We also have the option of a $10.50 Annual Membership fee with $2 / night for the Biathlon or Mountain Biking events. Kids are free.
To provide more options for those amongst us who don't like the road cycling component, we're adding the option of a 10km easy trail ride. The 20km road bike option remains as before, but this year, the biathlon course will have a bit of disruption with the replacement of the South-bound bridge over the Waipoua river at Colombo Road. We therefore have a traffic light to contend with but we're working with Council to find a solution around that.
Biathlon (post event) social nights: Event dates and places be confirmed.
Enter here for new season (2023 September to 2024 August)
We had a great turnout at our first race of the season. Thank you for coming along.
Entry fee is the same as the last few years, $10.50 per child, one entry for all three races, which works out to $3.50 per race, making this not only New Zealand's longest running Kids Triathlon series, but quite possibly the cheapest too.
Monday night Mountain Bike Rides
Spring and Summer months.
Start date to be advised several regulars have other commitments at present, so we need someone to run this event.Please let us know if you're able to do it.
Meet by 6pm at MyRide Masterton, 47 Chapel Street, Masterton (next to Burger King)
Depending on the ride planned, we will either leave on bikes or carpool to a venue.
1 - 1.5 hours, average ability.
Until these rides resume, the only organized mountain biking is the Thursday night Biathlon.
Carterton Mountain Bike Track working bee completed.
End of Dalefield Road, Carterton, Sunday, 23 April 2023
As you may be aware the Dalefield Mt Bike track is very overgrown and in desperate need of a big working bee to get it back into shape pre-winter.
We have decided on Sunday 23rd April. We know that this is likely a weekend that many of you are taking advantage of the possible longer weekend with ANZAC Day on Tuesday, but have decided to go ahead anyway.
The plan is to start anytime after 9am if you can make it. We have a long list of jobs that will give many people options to choose from within their capability/energy.
Possible gear to bring:
Weed eaters, hedge trimmers, loppers, rakes, shovels, wheelbarrows, and small hard brooms. Also, bring your own drink bottle.
The Wairarapa Multisport Club will provide tea, coffee, morning tea, and a light BBQ lunch.
If we had 20 people then we could achieve most things on the list by 2 pm.