Hi all – Hope you have all made it through the lock-down and managed to stay somewhat sane… So yeah, while we are all itching to get out on club rides, there are a few things we are going to need to do differently for our events during level 2 to play our part, and
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We’re not discussing red rear lights, pretty much anything will suffice these days, and unless you’re riding backwards, you’ll not damage yourself if it’s not perfect daylight illumination out the back of your bike. If you have to choose one front light, choose one for your helmet, so you can see where you’re looking, and
On sunday the SlowRiders rode from Rapaki to Anaconda, then back from Taylors Mistake. Other than the headwind on the way home, riding conditions were perfect! Relive ‘Rapaki to Anaconda.’
First and foremost, I wish to thank the Russians, whose intervention, and hacking skills made winning this election possible. Also a big shout-out to Hannah, who during her term as president, along with the committee, has made significant progress during that time, including club incorporation, MTBNZ affiliation, and also significant growth of the club membership.
The August 2018 AGM Meeting Minutes are available for download here
The June 2018 Committee Meeting Minutes are available for download here
The March 2018 Committee Meeting Minutes are available for download here
The January 2018 Committee Meeting Minutes are available for download here
Sometime ago, we had the talented Dylan Gee from ExtremeKid ride with us, here’s his finished movie about the SlowRiders visiting the Greenwood and Anaconda trails.
A small group of us travelled down to Central Otago for the Easter break. Easter Friday: Rode around Flat Top Hill located just outside Alexandra. The Flat Top Hill circuit crosses Butchers Dam & then follows orange then blue markers to the top of the hill. The trail gains 200 metres of height which at