2020 KAIMAI CYCLES summer series

The wait is over the KAIMAI CYCLES summer series is back, lock in your Tuesday after work bike ride with Morrisville Wheelers. This is the Schedule until Christmas. We want lots of new riders so don't be afraid come and have some fun. We now expect every rider that enters each race to have a rear red light on their bike.

Entries by 6.15pm. Race start time is 6.30pm sharp.

Social ride to start at 6:15pm – no times to be taken for this grade, they can choose their own course.


Start Location




Bolton Rd

TBA 16km or 19km depending on weather.



Bolton Rd

Tahuroa-Starky-Chepmell Rd, Finish at Balance. 27km.

 Hazel Summers trophy race

27th Oct

Hangawera Rd

. 1 lap Hangawera Loop. 21km


3rd  Nov

bolton Rd

To the end of tahroua rd and return. 27km

 Bill Summers trophy race

10th  Nov

Hangawera Rd

1 lap, 21km

Club TT champs

17th Nov

Bolton  Rd

2 lap Pakarau Rd loop. 30km

Club champs

24th Nov Hangawera  Rd 2 Laps Hangawera Road  

1st Dec

Bolton Rd

Mass start, finish Waterworks Rd car park. 18km.

Hill climb champs

8th Dec

Mangateparu Hall

Mangateparu Loop Rd 4 laps, 25km

Club end of year prize giving pot luck tea

Bev May Women's One Day Classic

Welcome to the new look 32nd edition of this women’s only event!  

The Classic is taking place on Sunday, 21st Feb 2021. 

This is a fun one day event. 

It features road races across six grades with the Sprint Ace and Princess of the Mountain competitions held in each grade.


A  - 100k

Morgan road cct x2, plus Tahuroa/Bell Rd cct x 1, finish up Scott Rd.

3 QOM Hill Climb

3 Sprint Ace sprints

B - 70k

Morgan road cct x1, plus Tahuroa/Bell Rd cct x 1, finish up Scott Rd.

2 QOM Hill Climbs

2 Sprint Ace sprints

C - 50k

Tahuroa/Bell Rd cct x 3, finish up Scott Rd.

2 QOM Hill Climbs

2 Sprint Ace sprints

U17 - 50k

Tahuroa/Bell Rd cct x 3, finish up Scott Rd.

2 QOM Hill Climbs

2 Sprint Ace sprints

U15/U13/Paracyclist (includes tandems)  - 30K

Tahuroa/Bell Rd cct x 1, finish up Scott Rd.

1 QOM Hill Climbs

1 Sprint Ace sprints

There will be a most aggressive rider award. 

There will a Top Schools Competition, points for your school will be if 50 in your grade then the winner will take 50 points for their school 2nd place will get 49 points and so on down to 50th place will get 1 point . so the more riders from your school the more points up for grabs to be crowned top school at the Bev May Woman’s Classic.

Entry Costs

A grade $70         

B grade $60         

C grade $40        

U17       $40         

U13/15 $25       

Paracyclist $25 (include tandems)

Late fee $20  

Entries close on the Wednesday 17th Feb 2021

Online entries are now closed.  You can entry on the day. 

Download Race Booklet


Map for A and B grade

Morgan road circuit plus Tahuroa/Bell Rd circuit

Map for C Grade and U17/U15/U13 and paracyclists

Tahuroa/Bell Rd circuit 

Bev May Women's One Day Classic Map 

On the Day

HQ will be based in Rotary Community House on Canada Street,  Morrinsville. 

Registration is from 8am to 9am, with the compulsory race briefing at 8.30 am.  Racing starts at 10.00 am. 

Regarding Covid, level 2 rules apply to allow Aucklanders to race. There will be social distancing for briefings and prize giving, sorry but no shared afternoon tea, QR sign on, no hugging no kissing, don’t come if sick or any symptoms, any close contact with community cases please stay away. ( See you next year!) 



Principal Sponsor Podium Lodge - Cambridge NZ
Sprint Aces sponsored by Essential Insurances



U15/13 sponsored by Kaimai Cycles
Download this file (Bev May One Day Classic 2021 Booklet FINAL  -2 up.pdf)Bev May One Day Classic Booklet 2021 [Bev May One Day Classic Booklet 2021 ]1532 kB

President's Report 2019


Firstly, I want to thank every committee member, subcommittee member, all the helpers, supporters and partners for your valuable time and commitment in assisting with running the club, without this continued support the club would not function nor exist.

A special big thanks to Bev and Dave who continually give of their time and effort in making the club the success that it is.

Also thank you to everyone on the stms and tc roster Paul, Grant, Andrew, Darryn, Carol, Robin, Bruce.

Also new committee members I hope you enjoyed your year and are keen for another year or 10

Morrinsville Wheelers is not the biggest club nor does it have endless numbers of helpers or bottomless pockets but what we do have is a great, tightknit, group of guys and gals who just get on with racing, helping and being good club members. I think everybody here would agree with me that we continually punch above our weight and are more proactive than some of the other clubs in the country.

During my time as President I have tried to promote the social side of the club a bit more and celebrate success.

Such as a Christmas Do for the committee, a celebratory party for the successful 30th running of the Harcourt Bev May tour. As well as bev’s after race baking

The club has also had some success at WBOP and national level. With some members winning medals and reaching personal achievements. the highlight was Charlie Herbert being selected to represent NZ at the Oceania games

One of the highlights of the year once again was the successful running the 30th yes we have run this event 30 times!

The Harcourt’s Bev May Women’s Tour- with 120 of the country’s best female cyclist coming to Morrinsville. This iconic race puts MWheelers on the map as a prominent and competent well organised Event. Always with the new challenges, this event was praised by all those who were involved for a fun and friendly event, this year we saw some very aggressive racing that matched anything the men could do. thank you to the club for your support and hard work!

This race takes a huge amount of effort to run and without the continued support of club members, partners, and supporters the Bev May tour would not continue to thrive.

We also need to acknowledge our sponsors- without them the club would not be able to run such successful events- Harcourts, Kaimai Cycles, Liv, Unichem, Ultimo, New World

Because MW has such a good reputation with mmpdc and long history with running safe bike races we must continue to respect the privilege to race on the roads I believe we are doing well at trying not to upset some off the public


The events we have run during this year:

Kaimai cycles Twlight series

Harcourt’s Bev May Women’s Tour

Bill and Hazel Summers open

Track series

Mini tour

Stms and tc training

Thank you to Leigh Bisset of Kaimai cycles are, we are grateful and happy to have the continued support. Please support Kaimai cycles for cycling requirements.

I believe the club is on the right track with new members coming to the club now is the time to push on and keep up the enthusiasm

My message to all who are here tonight thinking about going on the committee- the club is not difficult to run and organise, many hands make light work, we need your help.


Bill & Hazel Summers Memorial Open 2020

Bill & Hazel Summers Memorial Open

Sunday 11 October  2020 – Kiwitahi Hall

One of cycling’s historic open club events


Distance Approx.

A Grade

92 km (4 laps)

B Grade

69 km (3 laps)

C Grade

46 km (2 laps)


46 km (2 laps)

U15/U13 & para cyclist


  • Graded starts
  • Prize Money
  • Trophies

Come along and join in the fun!

Hutchinson Road Circuit: www.strava.com/routes/14757235


Entry Fee: $30 A,B,C & U17 Grades; $20 U15; U13 & para Cyclist. Entry on the day add $10

Registration between 9am –10:15am at the Kiwitahi Hall, 959 Morrinsville-Walton Road.

Racing starts 10:30am.

Enter by paying to club bank account and email This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. to advise of entry.

Account: Westpac 03 0371 0108862 00

Payment reference details: ‘Your Name’ and ‘MVOPEN’

For any inquiries phone Bev May: 07 889 6979

All entrants must have a current Cycling NZ license.

Download this file (MWCC Open Entry Form 2020.pdf)MWCC Open Entry Form 2020.pdf[ ]621 kB

Club jackets to purchase


This is the new club jacket - please speak with Mark May to show your interest.