Since 1991, every third full weekend in February the main street of Paeroa – State Highway 2 – has been closed as riders from around New Zealand and overseas converged on this small and otherwise quiet Hauraki town.

Just an hour and a half from Auckland and within and easy one hour drive to Hamilton and Tauranga, Paeroa is situated in the Hauraki District of the North Island of New Zealand. It sits at the junction of State Highways 2 and 26.

Tickets

Prices for 2018 to be advised

Buy tickets online, or at the gate. More info coming soon.


Paeroa

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About the race.

There are 11 classes that run throughout the day:

  • Post Classics Pre '82
  • Formula 2
  • Junior Classics
  • Senior Classics
  • Superlite
  • Formula Paeroa
  • Sidecars
  • Post Classic Sidecars
  • Post Classic Pre '89
  • BEARS
  • Supermoto

Practice
Practice starts at 8.15 am until 11 am approximately. The circuit will be opened for the public to cross at the discretion of the Clerk of the Course. Spectators will have about five minutes to cross the circuit.

Racing
From approximately 11.30 am onwards, the circuit will be open to the public to cross at the discretion the Clerk of the Course. Spectators will have about five minutes to cross the circuit.

Inside the circuit
Excellent viewing, stalls and numerous outlets, two clubs open, toilets everywhere, places to shelter from the sun, places to picnic, supervised motorcycle parking.

Outside the circuit
Free parking for bikes, cars and buses. Overnight camping area with food, beverages and toilets.

Parking
Free parking is available at the Domain (off King St), the Soccer Fields (on Rotokohu Rd) and West Rugby Club Rooms. Motorbike parking is available on the Stop bank or at the Railway Reserve.

Camping
Camping is available at the West Rugby Club Rooms or at the RV Centre on Coronation St
(Please, no Ken Barlow jokes if you camp here!).

Please leave your pets at home – the noise and crowds don't mix well with animals, Thanks.

Motor racing is a dangerous and persons attending this meeting do so entirely at their own risk. It is a condition of admission that all persons having any connection with the promotion and/or organisation and/or conduct of the meeting including the owners of the land and drivers and owners of the vehicles are absolved from any liability arising out of any accidents howsoever caused resulting in damage and/or personal injury to spectators.