About Mainstream

Mainstream is committed to the community in which it operates. Community sponsorship and support is focused on organisations providing genuine benefits to society; and individuals with the potential to succeed at the highest level.


Myron Simpson_racing on track


20-year old New Zealand cyclist, Myron Simpson, has the firm goal to be a World and Olympic Champion Cyclist. First on the track and then on the road.

Encouraged and supported by his parents from an early age, Myron has been around bikes and racing most of his life. At St Kentigern College in Auckland he was Captain of Cycling in his final year; and since leaving school Myron has pursued his passion for cycling, competing both nationally and internationally with admirable results. 

Career Highlights (recent)

  • Dec 2010... Elite Madison National Track Championships
    - 1st 40 kim Madison (with Aaron Gate)
    - 3rd UCI Melbourne Track Cycling World Cup
  • Nov 2010... UCI Melbourne Track Cycling World Cup
    - 2nd Madison (with Aaron Gate)
  • Nov 2010... Oceania Track Championships (Adelaide)
    - 2nd Omnium
    - 2nd Team Pursuit
    - 2nd Madison (with Aaron Gate)
  • Oct 2010... Commonweath Games (Delhi)
    - 4th 1km Time Trial
  • Aug 2010... Halen Kermesse (Belgium)
    - 2nd Racing for New Zealand Track Squad
  • Aug 2010... Schaffen Kermesse (Belgium)
    - 1st Racing for New Zealand Track Squad (First win in Europe!)
  • July 2010... Hoeleden Kermesse (Belgium)
    - 2nd Racing for New Zealand Track Squad
  • Feb 2010 Elite National Track Championships (Invercargill)
    - 1st Elite Men Team Sprint
    - 2nd 1km Time Trial
  • Jan 2010... UCI Beijing Track Cycling World Cup (China)
    - 3rd 4km Team Pursuit
    - 3rd Madison (with Tom Scully)

Teaming with Mainstream

Myron Simpson on the trackTo reach the pinnacle in his sport Myron set about building a capable and supportive team around him - providing coaching, mentoring and financial assistance. 

Mainstream joined that team in 2009.

Mainstream Owner and Managing Director, Greg Haliday, explained the decision to support Myron: "We found Myron professional and mature beyond his years. He was dedicated to cycling and came from a local and capable family. We felt he had further to go in his career and was worthy of support."

Mainstream's support for Myron is made up of a combination of financial support and making sure he has the tools available to keep himself up with the technological advances in his sport.

With a lot of travel and international competition for committed cyclists, the team at Mainstream keep a close eye on Myron's progress and achievements.

"We believe Myron is a winner and a wonderful ambassador for New Zealand and his sport," concluded Greg Haliday.


Pictured - Mainstream Owner, Greg Haliday, wishes NZ Cyclist, Myron Simpson, well for his next European competition


The Auckland Rescue Helicopter Trust (ARHT), is the charitable trust that owns and operates the Auckland based Westpac Rescue Helicopters on behalf of the community it serves. The rescue service is always on-call - 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, 365 days a year

Following a personal need by Mainstream Owners, Greg and Diane Haliday, to call-out the Westpac Rescue Helicopter, Mainstream has been a consistent contributor to the trust for over 10 years.

"We believe the Westpac Rescue Helicopter team does a great job helping people in in need in our community," said Diane Haliday. "We have our people and trucks on the road every day, and personally we like to get out on the water ourselves. Having the knowledge that help is close at hand in the event of emergency means we're happy to support the Westpac Rescue Helicopter."



Mainstream has an annual budget for supporting worthy causes in our community. The budget and distribution is set every 12 months.

Mainstream makes decisions relating to its community support based on the following guidelines:

  • The contribution to the community by an organisation must deliver clear benefits for the area and/or people it is targeting.
  • An individual must possess a talent, passion and  potential to achieve something special.
  • Any person or entity supported by Mainstream must act professionally and competently at all times.
  • People and entities must demonstrate commercial acumen to operate successfully.
  • Mainstream considers opportunities to form collaborative partnerships that benefit both parties on an ongoing basis (i.e. not simply transactional).
  • The value and commercial exposure for Mainstream may also be considered in some circumstances.

To submit a Sponsorship Application, please send a concise and professionally-prepared proposal to  

Aluminium Systems NZ Ltd has used Mainstream as its primary freight provider for the past ten years. The two companies have built a strong working relationship based on can do attitudes and the desire to provide exceptional service to the end user. Mainstream works closely with Aluminium Systems to set a strong and reliable service standard to the New Zealand joinery Industry.

Paul Cocker, Operations Manager, Aluminium Systems NZ

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