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Bike Day Out with Sarah Ulmer - Reg. Last Call

Last call for registrations - Bike Day Out with Sarah Ulmer is nearly here

Olympic cyclist Sarah Ulmer is in fantastic form and set to line up against a massive field of everyday New Zealanders in the Bike Day Out coming up on Sunday March 28 2004.

The inaugural event will be held around the scenic back roads of Clevedon and comprises four rides - two for women, a 35km ride and a 65km ride; and two for children, an 8km ride and a 16km ride.

It is the last call for registration with entries for the event closing on Friday March 19. Forms are available online at Entry forms can also be picked up from most good bike stores and McDonald's restaurants around Auckland and the Central North Island. Women's rides are just $35 and include a Nike Dri Fit Top worth $50, kids' rides are just $10 and include a goodie bag.

Following entry, race bag pick up and registration takes place at McDonald's Greenlane, Auckland or McDonald's 5 Crossroads, Hamilton between 2pm and 7pm Saturday 20 March to Saturday 27 March. Participating children must be eight years or older on race day, with a parent/caregiver at start and finish lines, and all cyclists must wear a helmet and appropriate footwear.

Further details regarding the Bike Day Out, including course information, is available at Don't miss out on this fantastic opportunity to ride alongside a World Cup Gold medallist!

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