Beatnik B2K Ride

Sorry this event has been and gone

Sorry this event has been and gone

Motorcycle Riders rejoice!!! Beatnik is organising a ride to celebrate the opening of the SH1 between Blenheim and Kaikoura.

When: Sat 16 Dec 2017, 9:30am–4:30pm    
Where: Beatnik Motorsport HQ, 49 Main St, Blenheim, Marlborough
Restrictions: All Ages
Ticket Information: Admission: Free

An opportunity to come together and a enjoy a great day out on 2 wheels riding the incredible coastal route with stunning scenery, winding roads, sunshine and comradery.

We will be gathering at the starting point which will be the Beatnik parking lot, 49 mainstreet, starting at 9:30 am and set out at 10:30 am. Coffee van available on site so you can get your coffee fix. We will ride from Beatnik to Clarence where we will take a 20-30 min break to allow the group to gather up again before heading down to Kaikoura.

In Kaikoura we will end the ride at The Pier Hotel where riders can enjoy some lunch (at own expense) with a great view of the ocean and some good photo ops. At this point its 'every person for them selves' as many riders may want to spend some time in Kaikoura doing some whale watching, shopping or just enjoying the town while others may head back to Blenheim.

Note 1: This is a free event and Beatnik is simply facilitating the gathering of good people to have a nice day bringing some good will and much needed business to people of Kaikoura. Participation is at your own risk. Beatnik accepts no responsibility for the condition of the road or any safety hazards encounter along the way.

Beatnik accepts no liability for any personal injury, damage or accidents that may occur during the route. You are responsible for your own safety and that of your passengers throughout the ride.

Note 2: There will be some unsealed surfaces, lane closures and stop/go at remaining works sites along the route. The road will also be closed at night time. We will post any updates on the condition of the road as they occur but please be sure you are prepared and capable for riding in the above conditions. You can monitor the conditions yourself on the NZTA web site as well.

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