RIDE THE LAKE takes place around Mental Health Awareness Week 9th–15th October 2017. Now in its 10th year, the aim of the ride is to have fun and encourage exercise for mental health & well-being. The course is approximately 90km of sealed, generally flat road that follows the shores of Lake Dunstan along State Highways 6, 8, 8a and 8b. The ride starts in Cromwell at McNulty Inlet and heads north passing through Northburn, Tarras, Luggate and then south back down the Wanaka Road to McNulty Inlet and the start/finish line.
All proceeds from the event will go towards Mental Health Initiatives supported by the Organiser – The Rotary Club of Cromwell Inc.
Get on’ya bike to support this great cause and CONNECT with others in the community!
This road cycling event is a non-competitive ride, it is not a race. The Grand Prize draw and Spot prizes will be presented at the prizegiving ceremony. Individuals or Teams of up to 4 members may enter. Team members may start at one of the various Legs.
Entries received on or before Saturday 7th October 2017 – $30 per Individual or $25 per Team Member (Social or Corporate Teams of up to 4 members are permitted).
Late Entries received after Saturday 7th October 2017 or on the day of the Ride – $40 per Individual or $35 per Team Member.
Cash only on the day of the ride.
|For further details contact the Organiser firstname.lastname@example.org or Bill & Marie Roxburgh 027 4331 597.
YOU WILL NEED
Our Facebook page will carry all race announcements and any cancellations.
A reliable bicycle (road or mountain bike), spare inner tubes in case of puncture and the necessary tools to keep yourself riding. The Organiser will not provide mechanical assistance during the ride. Appropriate safety equipment including a cycle helmet conforming to NZ safety standards. It is also recommended that high visibility clothing be worn. Appropriate clothing on the day to suit the conditions – the ride will only be cancelled in very adverse conditions. Adequate food and drink (water stations are present on route).