About MNZ

History

 

The history of motorcycle sport and of Motorcycling New Zealand (MNZ) spans more than a century. Formed in 1916 as the New Zealand Auto-Cycle Union, the organisation is one of the oldest sporting bodies in the country. 

The first Annual Meeting was held on August 16, 1916 at Dannevirke. Gus Torstonson was the first President, H Osgood the first Secretary and L .Lloyd the first Treasurer. The affiliated clubs were Palmerston North, Ashhurst Sports Club, Woodville, Napier and Hamilton. 

Awards & Honours

New Zealand has an enviable record of producing world-class riders who punched well above their weight on the international stage. The sport is also blessed with some truly dedicated individuals to whom a great debt is owed.

Organisational Structure

Strategic Plan

Constitution

Rider Grants & Funding

 

The MNZ Board sets aside a pool of funding from the annual budget for rider grants each year. 

The Board considers applications and allocates grants four times a year. Grants cannot be made retrospectively. Applications must be made in advance and received by the following dates:

  • 20 February
  • 20 May
  • 20 August
  • 20 October

2020 AGM & Conference

 

The 2020 Annual Meeting and conference has been cancelled due to COVID-19.

2020 AGM & Conference

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