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Colville Connection - Last Days For Early Bird Entries

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For Immediate Release
10 December 2013

Colville Connection - Last Days For Early Bird Entries

3 great reasons to get to this little piece of New Zealand paradise

On Saturday 22nd February The Coromandel will see the 13th annual Colville Connection. Walkers, runner and mountain bikers alike will descend upon this extraordinary landscape.

The Peninsula’s stunning terrain has made the Colville Connection one of the top events on the national events calendar with a growing participant rate each year! Come and join us for an event you won’t want to miss! Choose from a spectacular 21, 42 or 72km Mountain Bike, of if wheels aren’t your thing hit the trails for a 5, 10 21km or Marathon Run/Walk. Each race starts at the Colville School and offers a range of intensities for all different levels of ability and enthusiasms.

Enter by this Wednesday 11th December and save with an exclusive early bird rate.
As well as that, all entrants receive a $50 off Specialized voucher. Once you’ve got yourself in, refer a mate and you’ll be in the draw to win a Specialized Rockhopper bike (RRP $1200!)

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Find out all the info at www.colvilleconnection.co.nz

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