Newsletter – Spring 2015

Our Randonneuring year didn’t stop with Paris-Brest-Paris with brevets in the Waikato, West Coast, Cormandel and the Manawatu rounding out our year. Our apologies for not having a newsletter out sooner, but I can assure that the machinery of Kiwi Randonneurs has been hard at work. It has been a busy time at Kiwi Randonneurs […]

Newsletter – July 2015

A cold and frosty July wasn’t enough to keep us off our bikes. We had rides ridden on each weekend and welcomed many new riders on their first rando rides. Visitors from abroad With the international flavour of randonneuring we often have visitors from overseas joining on our rides. This month Mick Walsh visited us […]

Newsletter – June 2015

June presented us with cold, dark and challenging conditions and with it came some reduced enthusiasm. Locally, both the Winter Solstice Ride and Glacial Lakes rides were re-routed due to flooding in the lower North Island and well, glacial conditions in the South Island. Long rides in North America Meanwhile, the western US was suffering […]

Newsletter – May 2015

The end of daylight savings hasn’t slowed Kiwi Randonneurs down too much with brevets completed during each weekend of May. Our schedule is a bit quieter for June, but don’t for get those booties on and wrap up warm with our Solstice events in Tekapo 200, Wellington 400 & Martinborough 200. A huge thanks to […]

Newsletter – April 2015

April saw the Gentle Annie ridden twice; Jeremy & Craig hit 5,000km for the season and Craig tripled up with a third Super Randonneur Series for the year. A summary of our season results can be found at: With our recent rapid increase in activity levels we’re still catching up on a backlog of brevet […]

Newsletter – March 2015

March was a busy month for Kiwi Randonneurs with 35,600km logged during the month. We have been seeing quite a spread in some events, with some riders preferring rapid times, while others have been taking a more social approach with full sit down lunches and plenty of photos along the way. Both are equally valid […]