Quantum Advantage Whitehorse Big Easy Event
Sunday April 9th 2017, Waimate NZ.
Race briefing will be at 10.15am at the show grounds, with race start times between 10.30 and 11.00am. The prize giving will be between 2.30 - 3.00pm.
Enter a category or come along on the day to support the competitors and enjoy the festival like atmosphere at the Waimate A&P Show grounds. Competitors and supporters can camp at the show grounds on the Saturday night before the event, please contact us to book a space. Ryan Luckman, 027 405 2772 Send Email.
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Please note, if the organisers are forced to cancel due to weather or unforeseen circumstances the event will be held on Sunday April 23rd. Full terms and conditions on right. Entry fees are non-refundable and non-transferable. Late penalty fee of $15 applies to registrations received after midnight on Tuesday April 4.
Register now to get the early bird price, registrations received after midnight April 4, will incur a late fee of $15 per entry.
25km course with 600m elevation.
Entry Fee $60
Under 16 at April 1st $40
13km course boasting easier gradients.
Entry Fee $30
Under 16 at April 1st $20
Entry Fee $5
Run & Walk
Similar to the open bike, the run offers some testing hills, private farm tracks and a great view!
Minimum age limit 16 years old.
Entry Fee: $45
12KM RUN OR WALK:
Still a challenging course, but accessible to everyone.
Minimum age limit 12 years old.
Entry Fee: $30 for adults
Under 16 at April 1st $10
5KM RUN OR WALK
Low cost entry, encouraging people to get out and about, with no excuse not to join in!
Entry Fee: $10 all ages
A great opportunity for friends and businesses to raise money for charity and pitch themselves against other teams in the race to become the Whitehorse Challenge winners!
This event is limited to 40 teams, each team must fundraise via a dedicated Give A Little page to raise $500 to enter. The funds from this section will be directed to local and national causes that have involvement in the local community.
The teams are made up of two people, one will complete a 25km bike and the other an 18km run.