NZO New Zealand Singlespeed Champs on April 23

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NZO New Zealand Singlespeed Champs on April 23
– a great Easter weekend in Napier in Hawkes Bay – race and party… ENTER NOW

There is ‘early bird’ entry by March 31 – and you’ll also go into the draw for 2 nights for 2 at the Quest in downtown Napier.
Gaz Sullivan from Nzo is the event sponsor:
“As President of the RSSS, it’d be rude not to,” he says.

• ‘Phoenix Rising’ – a bamboo frame built by Freddy Salgado from Bikeys in Gisborne with fantastic paint by J T Nepia.
For sale on TradeMe (NZ’s ebay) with everything raised going to the Christchurch Earthquake Relief Fund – a very good cause.
You can BID NOW
Freddy represented Puerto Rico at the Singlespeed Worlds in Rotorua, last October, on another one of his amazing bamboo bikes.

• SSWC10 Jeffson – Paul Larkin won the very special, one-off frame built by Jeff Anderson at Kiwibikes in Rotorua to celebrate 2010 Singlespeed Worlds, with a beautiful paint job by Warren ‘Spook’ Harvey. Paul has sold it on TradeMe for $2001 and all the money has gone to the Haemophilia Foundation of New Zealand, after Trade Me waived success fees. The offices of HFNZ were damaged in the devastating earthquake in Christchurch and their resources were severely affected. It’s a cause close to Paul’s heart. The buyer is James ‘Bomber’ Barnes from United Kingdom who lives in Belgium and was here for SSWC10. Thanks to Cameron at Mainfreight International for sorting out the freight to Belgium.

Donate to Christchurch

• New website – www.rotoruasinglespeed.com is now up and running.
Meet the new site…Same as the old site??Yes, it’s last year’s Singlespeed Worlds with a brand new banner.
The website is another benefit of SSWC – to go with the $2.3 million dollars of direct economic benefit to the Rotorua community, of course!

• Latest coverage – Shannon Mominee was here for SSWC10. His race coverage
in issue 154 of Dirt Rag magazine is on the RSSS website.
So is his 6-page feature – Riding in New Zealand (including Rotorua’s Whakarewarewa Forest.

Source: Rotorua Singlespeed Society
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