New Zealand is known for its stunning natural beauty, with a diverse range of landscapes including mountains, beaches, forests, and lakes. There are many great cycling routes and trails in New Zealand, ranging from easy, flat paths through scenic countryside to challenging mountain trails. Earn 1500 coins once completed in Time Trial or Race mode.
Ride a gravel road heading towards Lake Lyndon with expansive and rugged scenery against the backdrop of snow-capped peaks of Mt Hutt. Meander alongside the Rakaia River past Lake Coleridge in Canterbury, a region on New Zealand’s South Island with its characteristic grassy plains, clear lakes and snow-capped mountains. The first half of the route is flat, with the second half consisting of two short climbs.
Ride along a spectacular rolling route situated on the east coast of New Zealand's South Island. The segment starts from Cheviot and heads towards the coast to Gore Bay. The road goes through natural, rural countryside and sheep grazing in pastures. You'll ride towards the coastline along a meandering route, then up a short steep section to Cathedral lookout, followed by a sweeping descent. The road continues on gravel, surrounded by continuously changing and beautiful scenery.
Ride on a segment of an iconic New Zealand cycling event. From Christchurch, the largest and historic city on the east coast of New Zealand's South Island, you'll cycle in a southerly direction on flat terrain for 7km. The road will take you up a long undulating series of short climbs that wind their way through a series of natural reserves finishing just west of Governor's Bay. Use the first flat section to warm up and prepare for the climb.
You are beginning along the Waiau River in a tranquil setting cycle along a magnificent mountainous rolling route with panoramic views under a blue sky. The Hurunui District area is a local, territorial district within the Canterbury Region on the east coast of New Zealand's South Island, north of Christchurch. Completing the course at 3W/kg will take around 1h05, and at 2W/kg, 1h25min. You'll love this course if you enjoy short climbing intervals with magnificent scenery to distract you.
Ride to Porters Pass, situated in Canterbury on New Zealand’s South Island. The profile is a steady climb around 2% as you approach the winding summit and steeper gradients near the top. Keep something in the tank for the last few kilometres of this climb. The scenery is rugged with a stunning mountain backdrop with snow covered peaks framing the natural setting and becoming more stark and barren as you climb higher on the final 3km of the route.
Cycle on a flat route 45km from just outside Christchurch, New Zealand, in a westerly direction to Sheffield. The area consists of rural and rustic farmlands and tranquil pastures on an ideal course for some endurance training or to push the power to high watt numbers in a race. To estimate your arrival time, at 3W/kg, you can expect 1h20 and 2W/kg in 1h36.
Ride and finish the selected routes in a "Time Trial" or Race.