News & Results

Wednesday, 31 July 2013

Another good night of racing was had by all on Tuesday. With the Madison racing series over, we were able to squeeze in four races for each Division in our one hour slot, which meant short breaks between races and the spontaneous combustion of a few riders!

Read Article
Posted by: Cycling Southland
Tuesday, 30 July 2013

The Tour of France is over for another year and so top of everyone’s minds (perhaps more on a local level than international) will be the Corporate Pursuit event to be held on the Velodrome in August. Training is well underway for teams and the very popular Roller Racing at the Lone star has been completed and has added what I think is another great dimension to the event.

Read Article
Posted by: Cycling Southland
Tuesday, 30 July 2013

Check out the results from last Griday night's Junior Racing.

Read Article
Posted by: Cycling Southland
Tuesday, 30 July 2013

Exciting days are looming for our 30 business teams who have been working hard down at the track to prepare for the 2013 WHK Corporate Pursuit.

Read Article
Posted by: Cycling Southland
Tuesday, 30 July 2013

Stu MacDonaldThe country’s most promising track cyclists may have a new path to follow to develop their talents on and off the bike with the investigation of a new initiative based at Cycling Southland's SIT Zerofees Velodrome in Invercargill.

Read Article
Posted by: Cycling Southland
Monday, 29 July 2013

The Spirit of Coromandel Trust and Arc Adventure Racing have some great racing opportunities pre-Christmas with the Cranleigh K2 Cycle event.

Read Article
Posted by: Cycling Southland
Monday, 29 July 2013

The Contact Lake Taupo Cycle Challenge are sending out the challenge to teams of all abilities to take part in one of this year’s 15 event categories.

Read Article
Posted by: Cycling Southland
Monday, 29 July 2013

Woodstock1Handicap racing isn’t for everyone - it’s the purest form of racing - a test of being able to work as a team, some of our riders learnt today that breaking away alone or going out too fast only destroys the bunch.

Read Article
Posted by: Cycling Southland
Monday, 29 July 2013

This week’s Cycling Southland annual general meeting presents a formal opportunity to look back at the last 12 months and look forward to the club’s next exciting chapter.

Read Article
Posted by: Cycling Southland
Thursday, 25 July 2013

The finals of the Lone Star Speights Corporate Roller Racing saw record times being set throughout the night.

Read Article
Posted by: Cycling Southland
Thursday, 25 July 2013

A good hour of racing was had by all on Tuesday, with a couple of visitors to town in Division 1 changing things up a bit and keeping it interesting.

Read Article
Posted by: Cycling Southland
Tuesday, 23 July 2013

Gidday team. Another big week at home and abroad with a fantastic club race at Waianawa, more great results internationally, the culmination of our Lone Star/Speights Corporate Roller Racing Challenge and the end of broken night’s sleep with the finish of the Tour de France. Any idea how we could light up the water tower at the end of our Tour like the Arc de Triomphe? 

Read Article
Posted by: Cycling Southland
Monday, 22 July 2013

Liam Aitcheson, Regan Gough & Josh Haggerty (l to r) - Photo courtesy of BikeNZBikeNZ's Junior Worlds endurance riders showed their form over the weekend with a brilliant trifecta to dominate the podium and scoop the first three places in the Dentergem Kermesse in Belgium.

Read Article
Posted by: Cycling Southland
Monday, 22 July 2013

Lone StarThe final heat of the Lone Star - Speights Roller Racing has seen the leaders board have a serious shake up with three new teams placing themselves at the top of the table.  The large supportive crowd were treated to a highly competitive night of racing from beginning to end. 

Read Article
Posted by: Cycling Southland
Saturday, 20 July 2013

Winning break in the Teams Road Race - photo by Robyn Edie/The Southland TimesWaianawa played host to a full day of club road racing on Saturday with a morning time trial followed by an afternoon teams road race. Check out the day's action here.

Read Article
Posted by: Cycling Southland
Friday, 19 July 2013

Junior Racing kicked off in this ‘new’ season with a flourish, with the young guns putting on a show of outstanding skill, speed, and tactics, topped off by a Madison for those who had taken part in the Madison Training through June and July.

Read Article
Posted by: Cycling Southland
Friday, 19 July 2013

What an awesome night of roller racing – it has got better and bigger as the weeks have gone on as the final teams lined up at the final heat 4 of the Lone Star-Speights Roller Racing last night.

Read Article
Posted by: Cycling Southland
Friday, 19 July 2013

Steph & TarshAt just 20 years, Stephanie McKenzie has a big goal – and it’s been a long-term one for many years.  That is to be selected to ride for New Zealand at the 2014 Glasgow Commonwealth Games and then the Rio Olympics in 2016.

Read Article
Posted by: Cycling Southland
Friday, 19 July 2013

Racing in wetHere is a sentence you hear very often: We are very lucky to live in Southland during the winter. This statement can however, be backed up by a number of facts.

Read Article
Posted by: Cycling Southland
Wednesday, 17 July 2013

Tony Ineson2Cycling Southland patron Tony Ineson values many items of memorabilia that mark his many achievements in the sport, but one in particular stands out.

Read Article
Posted by: Cycling Southland
© Copyright 2017 Cycling Southland. All rights reserved.
Powered by Flatout CMS