The Contact Lake Taupo Cycle Challenge kicks off on November 27, 2010 and you have a chance to win a fantastic trip for two to New Zealand to participate. Bicycles Network Australia is proud to support the Contact Lake Taupo Cycle Challenge in presenting the competition with a prize valued at over NZ$4300.
The prize is a seven day trip for two with air fares from Air New Zealand, departing from Sydney to Rotorua (return). The highlight is participation in the Contact Lake Taupo Cycle Challenge though the pleasure continues with great accommodation and a host of activities:
Sydney-Rotorua-Sydney for two with Air New Zealand (economy)
Three nights at Hilton Lake Taupo.
Two nights at Huka Falls Resort with dinner
Two nights at Braeside Lodge
Seven day rental car hire from Hertz
One Day Eco-walk for two from Whirinaki Rainforest Experiences
Cruise for two on Lake Taupo on the historic sailing yacht Barbary
Massage and private spa for two at Taupo DeBretts
Jetboat adventure for two with HukaFalls Jet
One-day winery cycle tour for two at Hawke’s Bay
Entry for two to the Contact Lake Taupo Cycle Challenge
Total prize value over NZ$4300
Enter to Win here >
Entries close on September 30. 2010
Competition details and Terms and Conditions on the Lake Taupo Cycle Challenge website
It is no suprise that the Lake Taupo Cycle Challenge is attracting record numbers of international participants, it boasts 12 individual events, from the elite men’s race and women’s race to extreme endurance races and MTB and children’s rides. Find out more about the various events on offer here >
Detailed event information and bookings online: www.cyclechallenge.com
Queries from overseas cyclists can be directed to the International Convenor, Steve Jacobs: firstname.lastname@example.org
Prize Sponsors of the Contact Lake Taupo Cycle Challenge Competition
More information about the region from the Taupo Vistor Website: www.greatlaketaupo.com
Air New Zealand is now operating twice-weekly direct flights from Sydney to Rotorua, just 50 minutes drive from the visitor mecca of Taupo.