Mito Q K2 18th anniversary! 2nd November 2019
The race will start in Thames and travel in an anticlockwise direction through Tairua, Whitianga, Coromandel and back to Thames.
Kopu- Hikuai -Thames to Tairua 53km
Coroglen - Tairua to Whitianga 43km
Kuaotunu - Whitianga to Coromandel 43km
Kereta - Coromandel to Thames 53km
THE Mito Q K2 – 2,300 METRES OF SCREAMING DESCENT !
The Mito Q K2 is possibly the toughest one day cycle challenge in the Southern Hemisphere. It is also one of the most scenic and varied with the route travelling through sub tropical forest, pacific coastlines, rural farmland and the Pohutukawa coastline of the Hauraki Gulf. Read more...
Mito Q K2 - MENS ELITE 192km
Starts in Thames at 7.45am and finishes back in Thames
This race is for professional and semi professional riders who are likely to complete the Mito Q K2 course in less than 5.40 hours. Total 192km. You need a Cycling NZ Licence or equivalent overseas licence
Mito Q K2 - MAIN RACE 192km
Starts in Thames at 8.00am and finishes back in Thames
This race is for the weekend warriors and recreational riders. Total 192km
CERVELO K1 WOMENS ELITE : 96kms
Starts in Whitianga at 11.30am and finishes in Thames
A total distance of 96km. You need a Cycling NZ Licence
CERVELO K1 : 96kms
Starts in Whitianga at 12.00pm and finishes in Thames
A total distance of 96km
We will be running an E Bike Category in this years Cervelo K1 with the first male and female recognised.
NICHOLAS BROWNE CHALLENGE : 53km
Starts in Coromandel at 9.30am and finishes in Thames
A total distance of 53km
We will be running an E Bike Category in this years NBC with the first male and female recognised
Mito Q K2 - MENS ELITE - 192km
Mito Q K2 - MAIN RACE - 192km
CERVELO K1 WOMENS ELITE - 96km
CERVELO K1 - 96km
NICHOLAS BROWNE CHALLENGE - 53km
10% Early bird discount applies until 15th July
Mito Q K2 - $195
Cervelo K1 - $115
NBC - $65
4 or 5 People
5th person FREE !
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Share the Cost
Mito Q K2 - $97.50
Cervelo K1 - $57.50
NBC - $32.50
‘A race that challenges you physically, technically and mentally with its climbs, descents and length, the K2 is a true test and one of a kind in NZ. The event also has a very relaxed and welcoming nature which encompasses all that is kiwi, always a highlight on my calendar.’
As a former participant, and having taken part in hundreds of similar events around NZ and around the world, I am a huge supporter of the K2 event. Not only is it a stunning destination and a fantastic excuse to stick around the Coromandel for the weekend, the course is spectacular and a real iconic event on the calendar for thousands of recreational and professional cyclists
The K2 lives up to it’s reputation as being the toughest one day race in the Southern Hemisphere, but it’s simply the most rewarding. 200km you will ever travel. Thanks for the ARC Team for making the K2 possible.