NZ Cycle Classic, Wairarapa (15-19 January 2020)
- Cycling New Zealand will be sending a national team to this event as a development opportunity for targeted riders. The final team for this event is being confirmed and will be advised in due course.
Santos Women’s Tour Down Under, Adelaide (16-19 January)
- Cycling New Zealand will be sending a national team to this event managed by the National Track Programme as part of their preparation plan for World Championships and Tokyo Olympics. Therefore this campaign is directed at our track athletes and staffed by our national track team.
2020 Gravel and Tar, Palmerston North (25 Jan)
- Cycling New Zealand will plan to send a National Men’s and Women’s team to this event. We are requesting Expressions of Interest (EOI) for these teams. This project is self-funded by the riders, organised by CNZ and volunteer staff (appointed by CNZ) and supported by CNZ. If you are interested, please complete the EOI form by Friday 3 January. Teams are planned to be finalised by Friday 10 January.
Women’s Herald Sun Tour, Melbourne (5-9 February)
- The UCI 2.2 Women’s Herald Sun Tour is in Melbourne, Australia from 5-6 February. Cycling New Zealand has an invite for a New Zealand National Team. We are requesting Expressions of Interest (EOI) for these teams. This project is self-funded by the riders, organised by CNZ and volunteer staff (appointed by CNZ) and supported by CNZ. If you are interested, please complete the EOI form by Friday 3 January. Teams are planned to be finalised by Friday 10 January.
Oceania Road Championships (5 April) - Postponed
- The late change of date for the 2020 Oceania Road Championships now has the dates clashing with the Te Awamutu Junior Tour. While we are looking to raise the standard of our domestic age group competitions, we strongly suggest that you support the domestic events and in this case the Te Awamutu Tour. For those of you who have made plans to attend or are looking to attend, Oceania Championships as a U19 event for road and time trial will be considered, alongside other domestic events in making selections for key 2020 campaigns. However, Cycling New Zealand will no longer be able to send U19 National Teams. Please feel free to enter as an independent rider if you would still like to attend for your own development:
In accordance with the situation in Europe, Cycling New Zealand has cancelled on the upcoming Women’s and Men's Development Road campaigns to Europe.
Cycling New Zealand is planning two road development campaigns. Current plans are for a May 2020 for Women Development Road project in Europe (Belgium, Switzerland and Germany) and possibly July-August 2020 for Men Development Road project (exact location and dates TBC).
These are projects self-funded by the riders, organised by volunteer managers (appointed by CNZ) and supported by CNZ (selection support, administration and planning support domestically, logistical support in Europe).
2020 CNZ Women’s Development Campaign - Cancelled
- Cycling New Zealand is planning a European campaign for May 2020. For more information, click here.
- Click here to complete the expression of interest form
- Applications close: 2 March 2020
- Selection Date: By 9 March 2020
2020 CNZ Men’s Road Development Campaign - Cancelled