41st Annual NZCMRR Classic Racing FestivalSaturday 1 - Sunday 2 February 2020
The 41st NZCMRR Classic Festival at Pukekohe Park Raceway.
Summer Classic at TaupoSaturday 14 - Sunday 15 March 2020
Autumn Classic at Hampton DownsSunday April 26 2020
Winter Classic at TaupoSaturday 3 - Sunday 4 October 2020
Spring Classic at ManfeildSaturday October 31 - Sunday November 1 2020
South Island entrants should contact Cheryl firstname.lastname@example.org. BikeTranz will be assisting with inter-island transportation as part of the North (NZCMRR) vs South (CAMS) Challenge Team Trophy.
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Earlybird online ticket sales
Get them for a limited time only.
- $35.00 - 1 Day - Family Gate Pass
- $17.50 - 1 Day - Gate Pass
- $30.00 - Weekend Pass
Renew you NZCMRR membership
2019-20 memberships can be renewed online. If you can't remember your password or username remember to use the 'Forgot password' button. Click here to renew.
All NZCMRR events from will have transponder timing. If you do not already have your transponder please read our Transponder Instructions.
To be eligible for a 1st-3rd place Championship Certificate competitors must compete at a minimum of three NZCMRR events in their respective class.
NZCMRR YouTube Channel
Visit the NZCMRR YouTube Channel to see video interviews from the 2017 Classic Festival with Jock Woodley, Cam Donald, Dennis Charlett, Ken McIntosh, Eddie Kattenberg, Dave Cole, Hugh Anderson, Paul Treacy, Stu Avant and Kevin Magee.
Riders are advised that Machine Examinations will take place during race meetings. These Machine Examinations will examine machines to ensure that they comply with the rules of the class that they are entered to race in. The baseline for the inspection will be the completed based on the "Bike Specification" that is held on the NZCMRR's online database and the Technical Rules of the Class. The Examiners are also looking for items that are dangerous, sharp, loose, unsecured, fragile or leaking; also items such as lockwiring of handle bar grips, or that the throttle returns to the idle stop. read more...
Drug and Alcohol Testing
MNZ's focus remains to keep our sport safe, so they have engaged an external service provider to undertake random drug and alcohol testing which will come into effect from 1 October 2018. This testing can be carried out at any MNZ-permitted event and Clubs and Officials will not be provided with any prior warning of this occurring.