Click here for a printable entry form for this years Cold Kiwi
For those looking for this years flyer to print out, feel free to use this one
This years Cold Kiwi will be its 44th and will be running from Friday, August 30th to Sunday, September 1st at the new site, 2kms west of Waiouru.
The online shop is now open for pre-pay orders.
Pre-paid online entry – $42 entry and $8 for the badge
Postal entry form – $45 entry and $8 for the badge
Pay at the gate entry – $65 entry and $10 for the badge
Childs entry (up to 13 years old) – $20 entry and $8 for the badge
A few people have been asking for a printable copy of the flyer to hand out / put up, so here you go 🙂
See you there!
We’ve added some video footage from the 2016 Cold Kiwi, Six Chairs Missing have been entertaining the crowds for many a year at the Kiwi and they’re gonna return this year to kick Friday night off with a bang.
If you haven’t already, grab your tickets and start waiting in anticipation – we’re down to the last four weeks!
Yep it’s all ready to go . Click on SHOP or any one of the products to the right and place your orders . You will need to open a new account when you have finished shopping and then you will receive an email with Internet Banking Details . Once we have verified your payment ( allow us a couple of days please ) you will receive an Order Complete email to print out and bring to the gate to pick up your tickets.
Prepay and save $10 off the Gate Price and $2 off the badge price .
All pre pay tickets go in a prize draw on Friday and Saturday nights . You must be in the marquee at the time of the draw.
In the meantime the 20 or so members of the Ruapehu Motor Cycle Club are working on getting it all set up for this year . The club relies on help from many others as well .So far the firewood is sorted and the bonfire getting close . Paper work to get the liqour licence is underway too. The grass in the paddock is well established and firm underfoot.
We have sponsors who are very generous and supply the prizes for events etc . Outstanding contribution is the brand new Nolan helmet prize for the Hill Climb Dash. Also to mention the Horopito locals who man the rail-crossing when the trains are running. Additionally there is there security team who patrol the Rally Site all night to make sure you are all safe and sound, along with medics that are on duty 24/7 with band-aids and the like. Not to mention the guys who bought the 4-wheelers to help with the gate transfers . The list goes on.
The Cold Kiwi Website has found a new home, courtesy of Full Steam Ahead. Along with the move is a new online shop, due for launch this month. Check back for regular updates!