Gravity Canterbury

News & Info


  • BECOME A MEMBER for the 2019/2020 race season HERE

  • The 2019/2020 GC AGM was held May 23, 2019. You can review minutes here, and Presidential Review here.

  • The 2018/2019 GC AGM was held May 17, 2018. You can access the minutes here.

  • The 2017-2018 GC AGM was held July 27, 2017. Access the minutes here.

  • Gravity Canterbury is STOKED to support local riders in 2019 who are pushing their limits overseas this season! We had 8 fantastic applications for our five $1000 sponsorships, so our job in choosing wasn’t easy! By a democratic vote, we are really excited to be helping out the following athletes with their Northern Hemisphere racing!

    Boaz Hebblethwaite - Leogang World Cup, Les Gets World Cup, Innsbruck Crankworx events, Whistler Crankworx events

    Billy Meaclem - Crankworx Whistler/Innsbruck competing in : Speed & style, Pump track, Downhill, Dual Slalom, Whip Off, WC in Les Gets

    Charlie Murray - 4 EWS rounds in Europe and North America

    Dominic Stulen - Megavalanche Alpe d’Huez, Crankworx Innsbruck Dual Slalom

    Finn Hawkesby-Browne - The World Cups in Andorra, Le Gets, Val di Sole and Lenzerheide. Also a couple of IXS European Cup races at Abertone and Pila.

    Congratulations to these focused athletes. We will be cheering you on!

  • Congratulations to Gravity Canterbury's Nominee for Christchurch Adventure Park Bike Ambassador 2020 - SHAWNEE WESTERMAN!!!

  • Keep an eye out here and on our Facebook Page for upcoming shuttle days, skills clinics, and more.

  • WE NEED VOLUNTEERS! Even if you've volunteered before or you are positive we have your info, please fill out this form! Thanks!




Downhill races, Shuttle days and Skills sessions

Gravity encourages riders to wear appropriate gear to protect from injuries.

Gravity Downhill races, Shuttle days and Skills sessions

  • You must wear a fullface helmet (no cracks in it) and knee pads

  • At least a teeshirt on top (ie. no singlets)

We will not let you ride/race if you do not meet these requirements.


  • For club events we strongly recommend full legged pants and long-sleeved tops. We also strongly recommend you follow the MTBNZ guidelines for protective gear: i.e. elbow pads, full finger gloves and a neck brace.

For National-level events, you must adhere to the MTBNZ guidelines and these will be enforced by race commissaires and officials.


Club Enduro events

  • You must wear a helmet (no cracks in it) and knee pads

  • At least a teeshirt on top (ie. no singlets)

We will not let you ride/race if you do not meet these requirements. 


  • We recommend you consider wearing a fullface helmet, long-sleeved top and gloves (depending on the course).

  • Advice will be made available prior to each enduro regarding the suitable quantity of water and food recommended for the event.


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