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The Men’s Classic is open to licensed elite men riders. Elite riders compete for significant prize money at each year’s BDO Lake Taupo Cycle Challenge.
|Start Line||Tongariro Street, next to Taupo’s Great Lake Centre|
|Finish Line||Tongariro Street, next to Taupo’s Great Lake Centre|
|Age||Open to U19 or Senior riders only. Junior riders under 17 years are not eligible to enter unless you hold a 2020 or 2021 Under 19 Licence|
- Men only.
- Entrants must have a 2020 or 2021 Cycling New Zealand licence – overseas riders must obtain an International Licence from their country’s cycling association.
- You must have a previous Lake Taupo Cycle Challenge best time of 4:15 or less
Any rider failing this automatic qualifying criteria is invited to submit any relevant performance details to email@example.com. Acceptance will be determined by the event organisers and Cycling New Zealand, and their decision shall be final.
Minimum age for this event is 16 years old as at 31 December 2020.
Prize money awarded to First 10 placings.
Race managed by Cycling New Zealand Commissaires.
Elite Race is run under Cycling New Zealand Road & Track Rules https://www.cyclingnewzealand.nz/media/3997/3997.pdf
An official neutral support wheel wagon is provided.
Outside support permitted at the top of Kuratau, Waihi & Hatepe Hills only.
Photo finish with back-up timing.
Entries will be vetted by the Holden Men’s Classic Race Manager and a Cycling New Zealand official.
Field limited to the first 100 accepted entries, plus 20 entries at the Holden Men’s Classic Race Manager’s discretion.
Podium presentation will take place at 1pm on the Main Stage