DirtCraft XC Grom Champs - Saturday 4th Dec 2021

Saturday, December 4, 2021 09:00 (GMT+13) - Saturday, December 4, 2021 16:00 (GMT+13)

Event info
Sport: Cycling - mtn cross-country
Location: Papamoa, New Zealand
Registrations: 47
Registration closes: Friday, December 3, 2021 20:00 (GMT+13)
Organized by: Dirtcraft with MTB Tauranga
Event website: https://dirtcraft.nz/
Event notes
With plenty of events being cancelled or pushed out in 2021 we're going to try and squeeze a wee XC race in for the school aged kids to let rip and have some fun.
This lowkey vibe event will be run with MTB Tauranga support and have a shared lunch after prizegiving after.*
Race 1 9.00am
Cat 1, Cat 2, Cat 4
Race 2 11.00am
Cat 3, Cat 5, Cat 6, Cat 7, Cat 8
Prizegiving 1.00pm
Shared lunch 1.15pm
Cat 1 - Year 5,6 M - 1 Lap**
Cat 2 - Year 5,6 F - 1 Lap
Cat 3 - Year 7,8 M - 2 Laps
Cat 4 - Year 7,8 F - 2 Laps
Cat 5 - Year 9,10 M - 2 Laps
Cat 6 - Year 9,10 F - 2 Laps
Cat 7 - Year 11,12, 13 M - 3 Laps
Cat 8 – Year 11,12, 13 F - 3 Laps
*We will need parents to assist with volunteering duties to make this event happen for the kids. Registrations will be announced shortly.
**The course will be a 5km lap with grade 2 & 3 trails.
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