...And that's a wrap! Thanks to everyone who supported us this year. See you next year in May 2020!

Round 1: Wainuiomata Trail Park

Clocks were synchronized, alarms set, starter’s orders issued, whistles primed, and a Club Secretary was busy getting so high on paint fumes in his garage that he’d fail doping control. All in the club’s quest to put Wainui on the map for the first time in cyclocross history…

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Results: A , B, and C Grade, Mighty Cross.

Photo: Lisa Ng

Round 2: Moonshine Park

Akin to cat skinning, there’s more than one way to bring in the wonga by racing cyclocross. Secure a pro contract. Race for the win. Get presented with one of those supersized cheques at a Super Prestige podium. Or visit the money pit.

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Results: A , B, and C Grade, Mighty Cross.

Photo: AT Photo

Round 3: Hikoikoi Reserve

As an event organizer, hitting virgin cyclocross soil is filled with the same jitters as a first date. It’s a combination of nervous excitement blended with the uncertainty of whether you’re really going to get along. They say love gets you into bed and passion gets you out of it. Well, fully armed with water cooler humour and compatibility questionnaires, Huttcross swiped right on Hikoikoi Reserve and found a match before dawn one Sunday morning.

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Results: A , B, and C Grade, Mighty Cross.

Round 4: Ngāti Tama Park

Thunderbolt and lightning, very, very frightening. Alternatively, an epic atmosphere for an almighty ‘cross race rustled up by the Gods of Cross. For Round 4, your $25 entry fee bought you tickets to a free light show.

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Results: A, B, and C Grade, Mighty Cross.

Photo: Lisa Ng

Round 5: Wellington Family Speedway

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