Mon 18 Nov 6pm - Clip-into your bike training by improving your general riding and road skills. Learn tricks and tips from pros to keep you safe on your bike and comfortable to get out there training.  Suitable for all levels.

Mon 2 Dec 6pm - Click up the gears and become a more efficient rider with better bike handling and personal riding skills.  Turning around the cone, stopping, position on the bike, drinking from bottles on the bike.   Suitable for all levels.
Sat 18 Jan - Pull away from the pack by advancing your skills, including efficient riding position, pacing and turning your strength into speed.  All levels welcome.
Sat 1 Feb - Bike/run transition - essential tips for the hardest transition.  Focusing on the final 5 minutes of your ride and how to step off ready to run. 
Sat 8 Feb - Swim/bike transition - step-by-step tips to make your wet/dry transition efficient and speedy!
Trainers will be Paul Rawlinson and Glynis Te Maipi-Kemp.  Organiser and contact - Janice Hill This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.  
Practice sessions 
In addition to the official KWT sessions, KWT entrants are encouraged to build fitness and develop their bunch-riding skills in a unique and safe off-road circuit.
On 3 and 10 Dec, 7, 14, 21 Jan at the Southwards Car Museum in Otaihanga, from 5.30pm, we hold our Southwards circuit.  Riders choose a grade to suit their speed, confidence and fitness.  Do one session, or do them all.  These are 25-35 minute races (depending on grade) around the carpark, for experienced through to novice riders.  Don't be put off by the name 'race' - this is perfect prep for your up-coming KWT, from total beginner to elite.  You can even make it a "brick'' session (run off the bike) to maximise your training. Cost is $5 KCC members and $10 non-members.   Parking is free - no need to book, just come along on the night.   

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