Cycling New Zealand (CNZ) and Mountain Bike New Zealand (MTBNZ) are looking for a provider of Event
Management Services in attractive regions with great riding potential, convenient traveller access,
volunteer passion and world class events capability to deliver the following events:

  • 2016 – 2018 New Zealand Mountain Bike National Championships
  • 2016 Oceania Mountain Bike Championships


Bids are invited by (but not limited to) Councils, Sports Clubs, Community Groups or Private Event

Promotors.

We enclose a copy of the tender documents for provision of event management services along with key

timelines and supporting documentation and links to – Bid Guidelines and the Union Cyclist

Internationale (UCI) Rules and Regulations.

If you have any questions with regards to the bid document or your submission please make contact in

the first instance with Gina Benge - Event Coordinator, Cycling New Zealand.

Oceania Mountain Bike Championships 2016 Tender and Bid Guidelines here
Mountain Bike National Championships 2016 Tender and Bid Guidelines here

Invitation to Tender for Event Management Services

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