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Cambridge 3 Day

Road, Track & Cyclocross

Cycling New Zealand

The Cambridge 3 Day track cycling carnival will not be held in 2023 due to some recent changes made by the world body, the UCI. This includes a change to a calendar year for all competitions rather than seasonal, which means there will be no competition for the omnium and madison disciplines in the usual date of December which has previously decided champions for the following year.


The 2024 national champions in omnium and madison will be decided at the Track National Championships event, which has been lengthened to six days to accommodate the additional events.


Click here to read the important final event information that has been emails to the competitors and officials - TBC



Click here for the provisional Tech Guide - TBC

*Please note that this is subject to change.



Click here for the provisional programme - TBC

*Please note this event programme is provisional and subject to change.




Clubs will be sent a list of riders and their contact details once entries close. The Club must appoint a Team Manager prior to the event. 

All Club officials/handlers must be registered by emailing in order to receive accreditation into the in-field. All team officials must have a current Cycling New Zealand Licence. Accreditation can be collected prior to the Team Managers Meeting on Thursday afternoon.

Clubs are limited to one Team Manager, one assistant Team Manager and one coach. They can also register one additional handler per five riders. 

The Team Manager must attend the Team Managers meeting. Important information such as any key changes or updates to the programme will be provided at this meeting and it is the responsibility of the team manager to disseminate this information to their riders 



Riders can choose their own Madison pairings ahead of/at the competition. Teams can be club teams or mixed club teams. All Madison team pairings along with team kit/colour must be confirmed at Confirmation of Starters on Thursday. This is also when Madison race numbers will be allocated and distributed.



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Category Events Included Entry Fee
Elite Omnium National Championships TBC
  Madison National Championships (Combined with U19) TBC
  Elimination   TBC
  Scratch  TBC
  Sprint (Combined with U19) TBC
  Keirin (Combined with U19) TBC


Category Events Included Entry Fee


Omnium National Championships  TBC
  Madison National Championships (Combined with Elite) - TBC
  Elimination  TBC
  Scratch TBC
  Sprint (Combined with Elite) TBC
  Keirin (Combined with Elite) TBC


Category Events Included Entry Fee
 Para Cycling Sprint  TBC
  Time Trial  TBC
  Individual Pursuit TBC
  Team Sprint TBC


Category Events Included Entry Fee
 U17 Scratch TBC
  Sprint TBC
  Double tempo  TBC
  Snowball points TBC
  Elimination TBC
  Keirin TBC

*Individuals will be able to make their entry through Event Plus. Entries for the Omnium & Madison National Championships will be subject to club approval. 
Each person must enter the madison individually and can put their partners name when they enter. However partners can be confirmed at confirmation of starters on Thursday. 



Entries are not transferable.

Refunds may be available if a withdrawal is requested in writing prior to entries closing. If accepted a refund of the entry fee less a $25 admin fee will be applied.

Withdrawals submitted after Sunday 4 December (at the discretion of the Event Manager) are not eligible for a refund. 




Click here to view a copy of the event Terms and Conditions - TBC



All riders, team managers and officials are required to hold a current Cycling New Zealand Licence.
Click here to purchase a Cycling New Zealand licence.
All Clubs are required to nominate a Team Manager (can be a rider or non-rider).


Please email to appoint your Team Manager.


What's On Date Time Place

Confirmation of Starters (Individuals are required to confirm their own start during this time, and collect their race number and accreditation) 

Team Managers Meeting (Compulsory for Club Team Manager or alternative representative to attend)       


The role of the Team Manager includes (but not limited to):
  • Officially representing the club/team at the event
  • Connecting with all riding club/team members
  • Ensuring that all riding club/team members have a current licence
  • Managing the relationship with Event Officials on behalf of club/team members
  • Attending the Team Managers meeting
  • Collecting and distributing Race Numbers to club/team members
  • Circulating Event Information to club/team members
  • Ensuring place getters attend the Medal Ceremony
  • Ensuring riding members have the required information to help them have a safe and fair race.


Club Team Manager Name Team Manager Email Team Manager Phone
Bike Manawatu      
Canterbury Track Cycling      
Cycling Otago      
Cycling Southland      
Hamilton City Cycling Club      


Te Awamutu      


Please click here (TBC) to view the spectator programme for this event including a description of events, a competitor list, rider bios and the event programme (subject to change).

Please note a printed copy will not be available for spectators to keep at the event, please print your own copy, use this digital copy or you can view A3 posters up on the wall in the stands.



The events will be live on the Cycling New Zealand Facebook page. The quality won't be top class so please be patient and know we are trying our best to get this live for you to have the option to watch remotely. 



Tickets will be sold at each session from the ticketing desk on Level 2 of the Grassroots Trust Velodrome. Eftpos will be available. There are no online ticket sales.



Child (U16)

Friday AM



Friday PM



Saturday AM



Saturday PM



Sunday AM




All session passes

$30 - Adult

$10 - Children U16



The team at Velo Addiction will have a stand at the event. On display will be the world-renowned Argon 18 Olympic Rio Pursuit bike and for sale, a very hard to come by, Argon 18 Large Electron Pro Sprint TKO frameset and beginners Electron track framesets, Dolan, world record DF4 framesets. Olympic and world championships wining Bunch Bars, chainrings, sprockets and insights into innovation journey from Velobike. Including highest quality Sugino SG75 144 Black & Silver crank sets, Ceramic BB, Chainring fixing bolts and nuts. Izumi track chains tires and more.

Specials deals for the event will be 10% discount on all Dolan Framesets, tyres and Sugino components.

Velo Addiction sell a range of quality track frames including Look, wheels, components, and accessories. If you do not see an item on the day, just ask and they can order to your requirements.

Racing will be conducted under UCI regulations and Cycling New Zealand Road & Track racing rules.



The UCI scale of penalties will apply.

Any fines issued will be invoiced directly to the rider after the event.



Bicycles must conform with current UCI regulations.

A maximum gearing of 7.0m rollout applies to all U17 riders as per the Cycling New Zealand Road & Track racing rules. There will be a compulsory bike check and roll out (where applicable) prior to the start of each session.



Omnium National Championships: Riders must wear their approved Club Colours – skinsuit/jerseys and shorts. Shorts may display sponsors that are detailed on the rider’s racing licence. Riders may ride in their Centre Colours if they wish, provided they have clearance from their club to do so. A start may be refused for any incorrectly attired rider.

Madison National Championships: Both riders in each team must be in the same kit. This does not have to be a Club kit, however matching plain kit (or Centre or Club colours) is preferable. Teams must be clearly distinguished from other teams. Team kit/colours must confirmed along with the team composition at Confirmation of Starters on Thursday.

A start may be refused for any incorrectly attired rider.

All other events - riders may wear kit of their own choice, with the exception of National Kit.

If you have any queries over this matter, please contact:

Event Communiques is the official distribution of event information. Please check here regularly for updated Communiques.