Expanded Winter Fixture Now Available

The 2020 Winter Fixture is now available in full glossy colour!  We’ve expanded the format, and you can now find dates and locations for park street, bush, sprint and MTBO events over the non daylight saving period, listed in one handy brochure – perfect to keep in the house, car, or workplace.  Grab copies at your next event and share them with friends!

For even more convenience, you can:

Download the 2020 Winter Fixture brochure

Download a file to import to your device’s calendar  (Park Street events only)

Remember, to keep up with late changes and last minute updates to events, always check Eventor, and subscribe to the weekly O News bulletin.

 

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