PNP runs MTB Races from Spring through to Autumn, that attract around 100 riders per event. We cater to all ages (under 11 to 60+) and abilities, from recreational riders through to elite.
Club MTB Championships and College Sport Wellington Championships are held in late Summer/Autumn.
You can enter our events without being a member, but we encourage you to join to be part of our family, and enjoy the member discounts – join PNP.
We focus on cross country riding, for downhill please visit the Wellington MTB Club wmtbc.org.nz
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2023 Events & Updates:
Club & College Sport Wellington MTB Championships (XCO - Downhill - Criterium)
The club championships and College Sport Wellington championships are run early in the school year. The 2023 was held Sun 19 March 2023 at Waiu Trail Park, Wainuiomata. Links to results can be found on the Event Page.
Spring Series (XCO - Cross Country)
The Annual Spring Series of 5 Cross-Country (XCO) MTB Races are scheduled for late in 2023. See the race pages for details and links to Course Descriptions and Registrations. A link to the Series registration will be available from the page for Race 1. Sign up for the series and you will get a race for free.
The dates are drafted, and links to the pages are now active, but details are still being completed.
Health & Safety Update
The MTB Committee have been reviewing the Health & Safety Policies and Plans for running our MTB Events. One aspect to arise is that people need to be aware of our Policies and Plans, including our Emergency Response plan and Risk Mitigation plan. Links to these documents are below. Site-specific risks will be identified in each Event Manual. Any feedback on these is welcome. Please feel free to email: email@example.com or call any of the MTB committee members.
Trail building and track maintenance
The Wellington region is blessed with an abundance of great trails from Grade 1 to 6.
Some are funded by our wonderful Councils and we thank them for continued funding, guidance and support.
Clubs and Councils regularly meet to discuss trail plans. Priorities at the moment are Grade 1 and 2 trails for recreation, learners & children. PNP makes a donation to the trail building group associated with each location we race at – it's based on a set amount per/rider per/event.
Most trails are built by hand and maintained by volunteers like you and me who love to ride them. We encourage you to contribute to the labour force required, and give a little back.
Trail building is terrific fun in a gang and very rewarding. You will be fed and watered and good stories will be told. There are plenty of opportunities to help out. No experience needed and tools are provided.
Unofficial trail building is frowned upon, please check with your local club or council if you have a good plan for a trail.
Check out the websites and facebook pages below for scheduled work parties and join in!