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Applications for the 2018 AIMES Awards are now officially open! If you are between 10 - 25 years of age, have an association with the North Harbour region, and are doing something awesome then apply today! AIMES Awards - Arts, Innovation, Music, Education, Sport, Service to the Community www.aimesawards.co.nz
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This year the Mud Monster Mud Rush brings you its first ever Corporate Rush on Friday 7th September from 2pm! Any corporate or business group can register a team to compete. The Corporate Rush will deliver a fun afternoon of team building and an opportunity to network with others.

For more information on the Corporate Rush visit mudmonstermudrush.co.nz/corporate-day/ or email events@harboursport.co.nz

Want to do it again with your family on the Saturday or Sunday? Register here mudmonstermudrush.co.nz/registration/
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Cycling Skills Training

Harbour Sport Grade 1 and 2 Cyclists skills training is aimed at 11-14 year olds and provides youth with fundamental cycling and road safety skills in a fun and enjoyable environment.
It is delivered in line with the New Zealand Transport Aency cycle skills guidelines and is provided by a team of cycle skills instructors from Harbour Sport.

The programme is usually delivered on school grounds and surrounding roads over one or two days. The first session is off road on the school grounds with a theory component covering various road signs and road rules.
The remainder of the training takes place on quiet roads situated close to the school or designated location.

Habour Sport have delivered to Hobsonville Point Secondary School, Orewa College and Northcote Intermediate.
We have also delivered to adult groups such as Korean Women’s Association New Zealand.

Learn to Ride (Grade 1)

This programme has been designed to offer schools, clubs, community groups and individuals the opportunity to learn, develop and practise fundamental skills of cycling in order to provide a solid base of skills.  Focussed on the ages of 7-12, it encourages individuals to develop the personal skills and confidence to allow them to choose cycling as a preferred activity, be it for recreation, transport or competition.

Introduction to Road and Everyday Cycling (Grade 2)

The ‘Introduction to Road and Everyday Cycling” programme has been developed by Cycling NZ. Experienced instructors will teach cycle skills through fun enquiry-based learning activities.

Participants gain cycling knowledge, road cycle skills, road code rules and confidence for road and pathway cycling.

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