There are many Clubs throughout the Wairarapa to get involved in. From BMX, Mountain Biking, Road Cycling and Multisport there's something for everyone!
Athletics Cycling Masterton (ACM) A combined cycling & harriers club for all ages and abilities. Check out their website here Facebook here Masterton Cycling FB Group here
Wairarapa Multisports Club Biathlons, Duathlons, Triathlons & other Mountain Biking/Cycling events. Check out their website here Facebook here Central Wairarapa Mountain Bike Club A newly formed Club for Mountain Biking enthusiasts in the Wairarapa Facebook here
Central Wairarapa BMX Club Currently refurbishing Masterton's old school BMX track Facebook here
Rivenrock Mountain Bike Park Privately owned this designated Park hosts various trails for all abilities. Check out their website here Facebook here
Carterton Mountain Bike Park Located at the end of Dalefield Rd, Carterton, this facility was built in conjunction with Wairarapa Multisports Club & CDC Check out the details here
Carterton Cycling Group A mixed group of E-bikers and what are known amongst fellow riders as, ‘leg bikers’ (on mountain bikes, road bikes and touring bikes). We ride on Wednesday mornings (and sometimes Saturdays), have an informal membership of about 22 cyclists and an average turnout of 8 - 12 riders (on a fine day). Our goal is getting people out on bikes and having a fun ride, so if you want some company and encouragement, come and join us at 9am on Wednesdays. We meet on the roadside opposite Howard Booth Park, in Belvedere Road, Carterton. The group caters for different levels of cycling experience and we vary our distances. Oh, and we always end with coffee! If you would like to know more, phone Irene on 027 6349167, or Lesley on 021 2996389.
Greytown Lions Cycling Without Age Chapter The Cycling Without Age movement started in 2012 in Denmark. The aim is to help elderly get out and enjoy the fresh air. In Greytown, CWA operates an e-Trishaw with volunteer pilots operating every day of the week. Primarily we provide rides to the residents of our two care facilities in the town, but we do also accommodate the elderly and less able members of the community living in their own homes. To find out more visit our FB page here