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The Great ‘K Valley’ Adventure Race – Saturday 3rd March

Media Release
For Immediate Release
Wednesday 14 February


The Great ‘K Valley’ Adventure Race – Saturday 3rd March

Online link: https://bayonline.co.nz/great-k-valley-adventure-race-saturday-3rd-march/
When: Saturday, 3rd March 2018, 12:30pm – 4:00pm
Where: Kopurereua Valley Reserve – 17th Avenue West (adjacent to Historic Village).
What: Think scavenger hunt, mountain biking, map reading and puzzle solving, by bicycle!
As a team, or an individual, this event combines the best of all disciplines to locate clues and points hidden in the ‘K Valley’ and solve an overall puzzle.

Hosted by Rotary Club of Tauranga Sunrise as part of Sports Bay of Plenty’s Bike Month, this event will be great fun for families, adventurers, friends and workmates. Winning will require a little luck, willpower and mastery.

This fundraiser will allow Sunrise to continue to support the work of the Graeme Dingle Foundation who provide Kiwi Can and Project Kin our schools in Bay of Plenty.

Thanks to our Sponsors

1. Wave Creative Communications Agency

2. Events Pronto

3. Imgham Mora

4. Pure Print

5. BiznessWins

For their generous donations towards:

Spot Prizes
Team Prizes
Loads of FUN!

Ticket information

Bring your bicycle, a helmet and a water bottle. Book Now:

Individual Entry – child rider $15.00
Individual child riders must be aged 7+ and at Primary or Intermediate School.
Available 23 Dec 2017 – 3 Mar 2018

Individual Entry – Secondary School Rider $15.00
Rider must be at secondary school.
Available 23 Dec 2017 – 3 Mar 2018

Individual Entry – Adult Rider $15.00
Enters one adult rider. If the rider has a child seat on their bike a child may also ride free.
Available 16 Jan 2018 – 3 Mar 2018

Team Entry – up to 4 Child Riders $25.00
All riders need to be aged 7+ and at Primary or Intermediate School. Make up a team from your school or invite friends from other schools too. You do not need to name the riders until the day.
Available 16 Jan 2018 – 3 Mar 2018

Team Entry – up to 4 Secondary School Riders $40.00
All riders need to be at Secondary School. Make up a team from your school or invite friends from other schools too. You do not need to name the riders until the day.
Available 16 Jan 2018 – 3 Mar 2018

Family Entry – up to 5 Riders $40.00
Family groups must have at least one adult. Children of any age are welcome in family riding groups. Please do not include more than 2 adults in your family group pass. Simply book another adult ticket if you need it.
Available 16 Jan 2018 – 3 Mar 2018

Corporate Entry – team of up to 4 Riders $40.00
A team of up to 5 riders all aged 13+. Don’t forget to enter your organisation name when you book. Dress in corporate colours and make a splash in our community.
Available 16 Jan 2018 – 3 Mar 2018

Team Entry – up to 4 Adult Riders $40.00
A team of up to 4 riders all aged 13+. If you are from a club or riding group, don’t forget to enter your organisation name when you book.
Available 16 Jan 2018 – 3 Mar 2018

All prices in NZ dollars. Book here now!


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