Mito Q K2 Road Cycle Race – Postponed | Buffalo Beach Road, Whitianga Event
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Mito Q K2 Road Cycle Race

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Event info

Postponed
Event Date
March 12, 2022 - 7:00am
End Date
March 12, 2022

Buffalo Beach
Buffalo Beach Road, Whitianga

Event information may be subject to change. Please confirm details with event organisers.

The K2 Road Cycle Classic is one of the toughest one day cycle challenges in the Southern Hemisphere.  

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2022 Event Postponed

Unfortunately, the high level of uncertainty around public gatherings has severely impacted on K1/2 entries, which are currently down by some 70%. The potential for an outbreak of Omicron in the country and a move to the ‘red light’ status would make the race impossible, and so we have made the difficult decision to postpone this year’s K2. While we would do everything we could to provide a safe opportunity to experience one of New Zealand’s greatest bike rides, we cannot as a charity sustain the additional losses a last minute cancellation would incur.

Andy Reid and Rita Stephenson – Spirit of Coromandel Trust

Race options

There are a range of different options for various abilities. Event options for racing include:

  • Mens Elite (192 km)
  • Main Race (192km)
  • Womens Elite (96km)
  • K1 Challenge (96km)
  • Nicholas Browne Challenge (53km)

Please see the event organisers website for full details and registration

2022 Programme:

The 2022 race will will start in Whitianga and travel in an anticlockwise direction through  Coromandel, Thames, Tairua and back to Whitianga. Total course is 192km!

  • Stage 1 Kuaotunu - Whitianga to Coromandel 43km
  • Stage 2 Kereta - Coromandel to Thames 53km 
  • Stage 3 Kopu- Hikuai -Thames  to Tairua 53km
  • Stage 4 Coroglen - Tairua to Whitianga 43km

Please note this event may be subject to change so please click through to the event organisers website for more information and registration details.

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