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Track Survey 2014: the results

Suggestions on grading Ideas for Speed League rule changes Senior coaching and training times More motorpaced training Thanks to all who filled out the PNP track end of year survey. Every piece of feedback is helpful and while we don’t address all of them individually below, we’ve picked out a few key recurring themes. There … Continue reading »

Club AGM and Prizegiving

Saturday 17th May from 4pm Campus : Massey Wellington Room Booked : ESS   In the past year the club has not had a full committee , which has not been an ideal situation for those who have volunteered, with a great amount of time and effort being done by a few people.   What … Continue reading »

Five minutes to make track bigger and better!

It was a great season for the track programme and the Burkes Cycles Speed League but we want to make it even better for 2014/15 and for that we need your help! Whether you are a rider, supporter or parent; junior, senior or master, please take five minutes to fill out this short survey. Your … Continue reading »

Club Road Champs 2014 – Registration closes 10th April

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Age Group Nationals Team Success

At the recent Age Group Track National Championships in Invercargill, the Wellington team brought home one bronze medal and numerous top ten placings – the most successful championships in recent memory. George Jackson’s bronze in the under 15s points race is the first gong for Wellington in decades and the youngster came close in both … Continue reading »

New Wellington Hour Record Established

Miramar’s Nick Warren established a new Wellington Velodrome record for ‘The Hour’, one of the classic benchmarks in cycling, riding 41.135km in the allotted 60 minutes. The 37-year-old Port Nicholson Poneke Cycling Club (PNP) member rode consistently, recording lap splits of between 28 and 30 seconds throughout to complete 123 laps and a further 135m … Continue reading »

Records fall at Wellington Track Championships

Records tumbled over the weekend as fine weather helped Wellington’s cyclists produce extremely quick times at the region’s track cycling championships. At the Wellington Junior Championships on February 15, George Jackson (Island Bay) shaved 0.3seconds from his previous record for the under 15 500m time trial with a new time of 39.3sec. Jordan Lewis (Belmont) … Continue reading »

Kevin Smith Memorial Saturday 23rd Nov

66 riders of all speeds enjoyed the eighth running of the Kevin Smith Memorial race in Ōtaki. This wicked country course, as tandem rider Simon Kennett described it, is proving very popular. Some riders even remarked this race is now their season favourite. Cycling is often thought of as an individual sport but particularly in … Continue reading »

Kevin Smith Memorial this Saturday in Memory of past PNP President

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Capital Cycles Cup – Race 1 Martinborough

40 optimistic individuals made their way over the Rimutaka’s for the first round of the Capital Cycles Cup. Luckily they were right, as conditions in the Wairarapa were significantly better than in Wellington, with light winds and overcast but dry conditions. There was good racing across all three grades, with a challenging course and quiet … Continue reading »