The winners have been crowned at the 11th edition of the SRAM Tour de Ranges cycling event in Clevedon, Auckland.
Records have been broken after elite road cyclists took on SRAM Tour de Ranges today in Clevedon, Auckland.
The dtr team are travelling to Thailand in February for a charitable bike ride run by Hands Across the Water. There are currently 40+ dtr staff and supplier partners travelling to Thailand, some rode for the charity in 2018 and some are newbies. They will be riding 400km over four days and as part of their preparation are taking on Tour de Ranges this weekend. All funds raised will go to the Hands Across the Water charity.
A line up of cycling talent is set to take on SRAM Tour de Ranges in Clevedon, Auckland on 11 January 2020.
Entries are open for SRAM Tour de Ranges, a road cycling event held in Clevedon, Auckland on Saturday 11 January 2020.
Defending champion Aaron Gate will be racing in Tour de Ranges for the 7th time in the 10 year history of the event on 12 January 2019.
Every pair of carbon Wheelworks is handcrafted from start to finish and backed with a lifetime warranty!
To find out how they do this, we followed contest winner Stuart’s wheels as they were expertly built by head wheelbuilder Gavin McCarthy.
SRAM Tour de Ranges is coming up in January and is under new ownership after being taken over by Nduro Events earlier this year.
2019 is the 10th anniversary of the cycling event and is looking to be a big year, with SRAM signed up as the naming partner for a minimum of two years, and a number of other sponsors on board.
In January, the Far North Flash will be taking on the SRAM Tour de Ranges 30 km.
We caught up with their coach Phil Gibbs to find out more.