Melissa_Theuriau wrote:The 2009 Transition Back Yard Coast to Coast kicks off this weekend!
Spread over 2 days at 3 different locations. Some riders have been calling it an “endurance DJ event”, others called it “toughest DJ comp south of Bombay/ north of Matamata” but we just reckon it’s going to be nuts!
Come for one event or get the full “Coast to Coast” experience by attending all three, either way you get to see some of New Zealand’s best dirt jumper’s do there thing on some of the best back yard dirt jumps in the country. Plus we'll be giving away Transition product at each event.
SCHEDULE OF EVENTS:
Stage one: Manuka Valley DJ Park, Raglan
It all kicks off in Raglan on Saturday the 4th of April at 11am in Dave and Louis Jones back yard. We'll wrap here around 3pm then head to the Beverland Compond for stage 2.
Map: http://maps.google.co.nz/maps?f=q&sourc ... zp=OOOOOLL
Stage two: Beverland Compond, Huntly-ish
Chris Beverland famous DJ park, hand shaped from imported clay from the highlands of Peru. We'll start here around 4-5pm and ride under flood lights. We'll have BBQ for those who need to eat and free camping will be available for the true coast to coasters. Wake up then head to Casey Kings for stage 3.
Map: http://maps.google.co.nz/maps?f=q&sourc ... =0&zp=OOOO
Stage three: Casey Kings, Paeroa
Casey Kings jumps have been hand groomed with a blunt spoon to give you the ultimate Back Yard DJ park. We’ll start here around 11am on Sunday the 5th and ride until we can’t ride no more. (around 3pm to be precise)
Map: http://maps.google.co.nz/maps?f=q&sourc ... m=0&zp=OOO
If you think you got what it takes to compete in the 2009 Transition Back Yard Coast to Coast then email: email@example.com