About Event

This year’s Counties Cycle Classic is heading back to the picturesque Franklin countryside for a repeat of last year’s successful event.

Home base is at the Otaua Hall on Maioro Road south of Waiuku. Running round a 15km course, with magnificent views of the mighty Waikato River, there will be three options, two circuits for beginners, three for e-bikes, and six circuits for serious riders.

Registration is open from 8.00 and races kick off at 9.45. Entry fees are $65 for the short run, and e-bike and $75 for the main race. An early bird discount of $15 applies till the end of September.

And do remember, all profits get ploughed right back into the community.

We aim to provide the CCC as an opportunity to have a blast around Franklin for training and competitive riding three weeks out from the Lake Taupō Cycle Challenge which takes place on Saturday 30 November.



Electric Bicycles

Counties Cycle Classic will again run a special category for E-bikes. This will be the Counties Energy Electric Bike race of 3 laps (45km). Any electric bikes are eligible so long as they have pedals and can be ridden by pedal power alone. (electric motorcycles are not allowed)



Course map




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About Us

About Rotary Club

The Rotary Club of Pukekohe Inc. is very involved in the community of Pukekohe, the wider Franklin District, and internationally with projects like eliminating polio world-wide.

The club recently celebrated Its 75th anniversary having been established in 1945. One of our first projects was sending food parcels to Great Britain after the Second World War and now much of the money raised by the cycle race is donated to Pukekohe Community Action to fund food parcels to local families in need.

Over the years we have raised hundreds of thousands of dollars for local charities, student science schools, international exchange students, sports groups and many others as well as making regular donations for international Rotary projects.

All funds raised by this event go to Rotary projects and local charities such as Pukekohe Community Action.

If you are interested in joining Rotary, please get in touch  graham@ghr.co.nz

Rotary Club of Pukekohe Inc.
P O Box 169
Pukekohe 2340

Rotary Cycle Club

Organiser: Roeland Simons
Phone: +64 272 123 831
Email: Roeland.Simons@nz.mcd.com