The Kaitangata Cranksters  – CYCLE TRAIL

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  1. ‘The Kaitangata Cranksters  – CYCLE TRAIL

Kaitangata – Owaka

Trail Boss: Terry Davis   Phone:   021 284 6844       Email:

Duration: 4 days                Meet: Tuesday 27th   February        Limit: 50


            CODE COST
Cyclist DAC $500

$30 non member levy

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Meeting at Owaka at between 4pm and 5pm on the 27th Feb, leave all our cars, load our bikes and hop on a bus to our dinner and accommodations at Kaitangata.

Wednesday 28th We start the day with a bit of forestry and coastal riding before  heading over the ‘Banana Bridge’ to Inch Clutha where the old punt will come out of retirement for us to get across the south branch of the Clutha River, then a flat ride into Kaka Point.

Thursday 1st A fantastic day riding along the beach nearly all the way to Nugget point (tide will be out and sand will be firm!). A wee bit of back tracking before going cross country to a wonderful woolshed for night number 3.

Friday 2nd Down a gravel road to Cannibal Bay, along the beach and over to Surat Bay, more beach riding and ‘Hookers Sea Lion avoiding’ before onto a few wee roads and into Owaka.

Saturday 3rd A mornings ride over Catlins Lake and around a coastal road to Jacks Point before a bit of cross country to Jacks Blow Hole. Back to Owaka in time to get changed into our period costumes for the Grand Parade!

Fully catered. Good times guaranteed! Not many hills. Very appropriate for the recreational cyclist in their ‘retired’ years! Don’t forget to buy your Dinner and Hoedown Tickets for the Saturday, Owaka are going all out to put on a good night for us! Any questions please contact Terry.


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