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Le Race 2015 is March 21st Saturday

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 Keagan Girdlestone wins Le Race 2014- 2:36.46
Picture: Rick O'Shay Sporting Images
Reta Trotman is the fastest Woman 2:54.11 New record on the post EQ course
Picture: Rick O'Shay Sporting Images


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Ross Bush Memorial Trophy

A Canterbury cycling icon and earthquake victim will be honoured this weekend in the historic Le Race cycle race from Christchurch to Akaroa.

To honour Ross Bush’s life and cycling legacy, his family have donated the ‘Ross Bush Memorial Trophy’ to be awarded to the fastest junior rider to complete the 100 kilometre ride. Click here for further information.


Michael Vink sets New Mens Le Race Record
2:37:49 hours 2010 (old record 2:39:03 set in 2008)

"A ride that equals or surpasses anything in Europe, or France, a stunning course with mouth watering scenery and hills around every second corner... an event for riders who want to race or for anyone that wants a great challenge notched onto their CV." - Michael Vink (2010 Winner 2:37.49 & Le Race Record holder & National U23 Champion 2011)


Joh Buick sets New Womens Record
2:58:51 hours 2010 & makes it a win for 2001/02/03 & now 2010
(old record 2:59:43 set in 2006)

"Be warned! This is not your ordinary 100 km race.  Hugely popular across all abilities, amazing vies and more hills than you can shake a pump at."

Jeremy Yates 2008 & 2009 Winner + Previous Record Holder of 2 hrs and 39.03 mins

"If you want to race it, Le Race can be the hardest race you'll ever do. But if you want to just finish and enjoy it, the scenery makes for a fantastic day out."

Brian Fowler, New Zealand Cycling Champion - Olympian and Commonwealth Games medallist & Le Race Patron.

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