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      Feb 2018

      Cyclezone Rotorua Tour of The Valleys

      Rotorua's best-value, friendliest road cycling event, with two distance options (43km and 86km) that can be ridden as socially or competitively as you want. A classic club-run event that can be ridden as hard or as easily as you like, all on quiet, rolling smooth roads, complete with sausage-sizzle and car-parking in the paddock - the way bike races always used to be! On-the-day entries ok but it's much easier for everyone if you enter ahead of time!

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      Feb 2018

      Rotorua Drone Racing Champs and Open Day

      Come experience the real life video game that is Drone Racing! We are holding a national event which is open to spectators, and you can even try flying a drone yourself! During breaks in the racing we will be holding $5 teaching and flying sessions so you can get yourself in the air, and experience how fun flying drones can be! We will have a range of DJI drones to try, so this is perfect for someone who is looking at getting into the drone photography scene. When you're not flying yourself, there will be pilots racing their custom drones around a specially made track for the title of Ace Company Champion! They fly through virtual reality like goggles at super high speeds, around flags and gates that have been setup to test the skills and reflexes of all the pilots. There will be chances to put some goggles on, and ride along with the racers yourself! Come along, try some drones, and spectate a high adrenaline, high speed emerging sport! Out in the beautiful Hamurana area of Rotorua, it's set to be a great day! Who knows, you might even get hooked yourself!

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      Feb 2018

      Pickleball Rotorua

      Are you looking for a fun, social sport to play no matter what the weather is doing? Pickleball is a fun sport enjoyed by millions of people worldwide, it is a combination of Badminton, Table Tennis and Tennis. Suitable for young and not so young. Come along and give it a go, all gear is supplied, all you need is to wear court shoes. First night free!!!

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      Feb 2018

      Spin Class

      Come along and join us for a free spin session at Waikite Gym, sweating out your day on your bike. Please bring your bike, trainer (if you have one), a towel and water. If you would like to use one of the gyms trainers please register by contacting Josh on 021 049 2631 to reserve one.

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      Feb 2018

      Latin Cardio Fitness

      For those who want to walk out knowing they have worked-out. A high intensity Latin fitness workout. Inspired by Greydis’s Cuban and Latin Dance background she blends her love of fitness and dance to create a total body tone and cardio workout. (High and low level options provided). Every Tuesday from 20th Feb, during the school term! Special offer... Free trial Tuesday: 13th Feb. Note: Offer is only available on 'Tuesday 13th of Feb', Standard fees and apply from 20th Feb 2018. Lake front entrance - QE health. *Terms and conditions apply. Email - Greydisdance@gmail.com #JoinTheFunAtAnyTime #QEHealth #Wellbeing #GreydisDance

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      Feb 2018

      Youth Section Rotorua Rock Mineral Fossil & Gem Club Meeting

      The Rotorua Rock Mineral Fossil and Gem Club is responding to interest from young people and their families by starting a Youth Section. Youths 8-16 accompanied by an adult are welcome. Each month there will be a range of topics, opportunities for youth to learn more about the geology and like subjects particularly of Aotearoa/New Zealand, and to share their finds and knowledge too. January's topics are: - What is that rock ? - How many do you know - Rocks vs Minerals - What's the difference? - What's it good for? - The uses of rocks and minerals Accompanied youth are welcome to attend the adults' meeting starting at 7pm - January the topic will be Obsidians. We organise field trips, particularly in response to expressed interest. Thursday January 25 we are going to Retaruke, fossil and rock hunting. We also organise guest speakers - Adrian Muller, Lecturer in Earth Sciences, will speak on April. You can find us on Facebook at RotoruaRockClub. Annual membership is $5 for youths $10 for individuals over 16, $15 for families.

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      Mar 2018

      Latin Body Sculpt - Fitness Class

      'Morning Fitness' is the best way to start the Day! This is the ultimate fitness package! Utilizing Greydis's experience and knowledge of dance and fitness training, Greydis has created a body sculpt workout aimed to help shape and tone your body. It is a fun and inspirational class which will have you wanting more! #JoinTheFun From Thursday 1st March - Classes run during the school term. (7 weeks) Special offer... Free class trial on Thursday 22nd of Feb. 9AM. Note: Standard fees apply from Thursday March 1st. Lake Front entrance QE Health. Casual $12.00 *Terms and conditions apply. Email - Greydisdance@gmail.com #ExerciseClass #MumDayFitness #Rotoura

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      Mar 2018

      Poker Card Game

      Poker Card Game every Thursday At Mitchell Downs Tavern from 7:30pm till 10pm. Bring your mates to play Poker Card Game. Limited Number of players allowed. first come first serve base. Range of Food and Beverage available all time. enjoy your card game while watching TAB Track Side Channels and major sporting Events Live On Sky. We have full TAB and Gaming Machines on site to make your night more enjoyable while your stay at our Bar. for more information ring us on 07 347 8706 or 346 0346.

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      Mar 2018

      New Zealand Power Boat Racing Nationals Championship

      The Lakeland Powerboat Racing Club in conjunction with the NZ powerboat Association is proud to be hosting it’s New Zealand Nationals championship Regatta, to be held at the Blue Lake Rotorua on the 3rd and 4th March 2018. This event will see some if not all of the fastest race boats in New Zealand with a range of classes competing for their class championship being from the Junior competitors at speeds around 45mph to the high powered GP Hydroplane class with racing speed around 180mph. It is expected to be the largest turnout of competitors from all around New Zealand. This will be the first time this event has occurred on Blue Lake for the last 15 years and there is a keen interest from all competitors to be able to return to this venue. Racing will be over two days of this weekend with most of the championship events being competed on Day one with class racing on day two. If anyone is interested in being a part of the event in the way of promotion or sponsorship and requires further information please contact: Dennis Dustin Phone - 07 3488022 Mobile - 0223228225 Email - ddustin@kinect.co.nz Some of the past competitors and their classes. Pro Com: This is the big brother of the racing runabout classes and has only a few restrictions. They can be a maximum of 470ci (7700cc) and do not have superchargers but anything else goes. Engines are V8 and come from Ford or Chevrolet and most run Big Block methanol burning fuel injected engines and the top boats run at 120mph (195kph). Pro Stock: This is a stock V8 class designed to make affordable yet competitive racing. The engines are limited to 6000cc and have restrictions on the carburettor size as well as camshaft lift and must run on petrol. These boats are normally around 16ft in length and race at around 95mph (150kph). Formula 1: Formula One takes racing to the extreme, entertaining with speed and action packed racing. Spectators watch in awe as lightweight tunnel boats. Speeds in excess of 120mph. These high performance boats challenge the most seasoned professional turning sharper, faster than any other race vehicle in the world. Drivers can experience up to 5G’s of forces as they manoeuvre around a 1.5km course. F3: Is a combination of smaller boat classes and can include 1650cc Hydro, 2000cc Inboard Racing Runabout, 1000cc Outboard Tunnel. The combination of the three different hull types run on short tight tracks or a triangular track make for spectacular racing. With the Hydro speeds of 100mph, the tunnels and flatties of 80-85mph, the tight fast cornering keeps them in a competitive race. Series 3000: Is an extremely competitive class and is limited to naturally aspirated engines no larger than 3000cc. Generally highly modified Japanese or European car engines are used to propel these boats to over 80mph (130kph) This is Allan Steiner at his best in Misty Blue, they are locals from Tokoroa. Allan and his wife both compete in this class. Modified Hydroplane or Mod H: One of the largest classes in NZPBA. Powered by Automotive engines up to 3000cc, Hulls are between 16 to 18ft, depending on the hulls age and size. With top speeds of over 120mph (195kph) this is an exciting and affordable class to complete in. Mod H drivers are also able to compete in Grand National and Grand Prix classes. Grand Prix: At 170mph, Grand Prix Hydroplanes are the fastest automotive powered class in the world. Fire breathing engines power the low profile sleek hulls around the race course for an unforgettable show. With the exception of hull lengths and a maximum of 510 cubic inches, the rest is left up to you. Grand National Hydroplane: The GN Hydroplane can travel at speeds in excess of 130mph. The sight of the rooster tail and the sound of V8 motors roaring make the boats one of the most exciting classes to watch.

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      Mar 2018

      New Zealand Power Boat Racing Nationals Championship

      The Lakeland Powerboat Racing Club in conjunction with the NZ powerboat Association is proud to be hosting it’s New Zealand Nationals championship Regatta, to be held at the Blue Lake Rotorua on the 3rd and 4th March 2018. This event will see some if not all of the fastest race boats in New Zealand with a range of classes competing for their class championship being from the Junior competitors at speeds around 45mph to the high powered GP Hydroplane class with racing speed around 180mph. It is expected to be the largest turnout of competitors from all around New Zealand. This will be the first time this event has occurred on Blue Lake for the last 15 years and there is a keen interest from all competitors to be able to return to this venue. Racing will be over two days of this weekend with most of the championship events being competed on Day one with class racing on day two. If anyone is interested in being a part of the event in the way of promotion or sponsorship and requires further information please contact: Dennis Dustin Phone - 07 3488022 Mobile - 0223228225 Email - ddustin@kinect.co.nz Some of the past competitors and their classes. Pro Com: This is the big brother of the racing runabout classes and has only a few restrictions. They can be a maximum of 470ci (7700cc) and do not have superchargers but anything else goes. Engines are V8 and come from Ford or Chevrolet and most run Big Block methanol burning fuel injected engines and the top boats run at 120mph (195kph). Pro Stock: This is a stock V8 class designed to make affordable yet competitive racing. The engines are limited to 6000cc and have restrictions on the carburettor size as well as camshaft lift and must run on petrol. These boats are normally around 16ft in length and race at around 95mph (150kph). Formula 1: Formula One takes racing to the extreme, entertaining with speed and action packed racing. Spectators watch in awe as lightweight tunnel boats. Speeds in excess of 120mph. These high performance boats challenge the most seasoned professional turning sharper, faster than any other race vehicle in the world. Drivers can experience up to 5G’s of forces as they manoeuvre around a 1.5km course. F3: Is a combination of smaller boat classes and can include 1650cc Hydro, 2000cc Inboard Racing Runabout, 1000cc Outboard Tunnel. The combination of the three different hull types run on short tight tracks or a triangular track make for spectacular racing. With the Hydro speeds of 100mph, the tunnels and flatties of 80-85mph, the tight fast cornering keeps them in a competitive race. Series 3000: Is an extremely competitive class and is limited to naturally aspirated engines no larger than 3000cc. Generally highly modified Japanese or European car engines are used to propel these boats to over 80mph (130kph) This is Allan Steiner at his best in Misty Blue, they are locals from Tokoroa. Allan and his wife both compete in this class. Modified Hydroplane or Mod H: One of the largest classes in NZPBA. Powered by Automotive engines up to 3000cc, Hulls are between 16 to 18ft, depending on the hulls age and size. With top speeds of over 120mph (195kph) this is an exciting and affordable class to complete in. Mod H drivers are also able to compete in Grand National and Grand Prix classes. Grand Prix: At 170mph, Grand Prix Hydroplanes are the fastest automotive powered class in the world. Fire breathing engines power the low profile sleek hulls around the race course for an unforgettable show. With the exception of hull lengths and a maximum of 510 cubic inches, the rest is left up to you. Grand National Hydroplane: The GN Hydroplane can travel at speeds in excess of 130mph. The sight of the rooster tail and the sound of V8 motors roaring make the boats one of the most exciting classes to watch.

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      Mar 2018

      New Zealand Nationals

      New Zealand Nationals hosted by Lakeland Power Boat club. Power boat racing with approximately 40 boats attending with boats picking up speeds of up to 180mph.

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      Mar 2018

      Rotorua MTB Weekend trip 3-4th March 1N /2D

      Auckland Cycling Group Meetup (ACG for short) has an overnight mountain biking group trip to Rotorua planned for its members, and who ever else wants to come join us. Please note: That this listing on Eventfinda is simply a promotional placeholder and is not monitored... For full details about the trip configuration you must visit the offical event listing on Meetup - https://www.meetup.com/Auckland-Cycling-Group/events/247435333/ - see the weblink above. To participate you will need to RSVP on the Meetup event so that we know you are attending, and it will be on meetup where we will provides updates etc in the event of a cancellation. So definitely remember to signup and RSVP at if you are planning on attending. To RSVP Go to - https://www.meetup.com/Auckland-Cycling-Group/events/247435333/ About Auckland Cycling Group (ACG): Auckland Cycling Group a friendly community of road and mountain biking enthusiasts and we put on loads of great events from easy to expert. We have a lot of fun so check out upcoming meetups and get signed up! There's always something on. http://www.aucklandcycling.group

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      Mar 2018

      Kiwi Skate Day - Skate the Corridor

      To celebrate Kiwi Skate Day, we will be holding “Skate the Corridor” event in Rotorua on 3 March 5:30pm. Everyone is welcome! We will be skating, blading, and scootering the Green Corridor, from Rotorua Arts Centre through town to Kirua Park. Bring your on wheels and safety gear i.e... Helmets. When we arrive in Kiura Park, families are welcome to stay and have a picnic. Please remember we are skating through town so all youngsters will need an adult to accompany them, so parents dust off those old skates, bring a picnic and enjoy the fun!