TODAY'S TO DO

Cycling Southland office closed
The Cycling Southland office will be closed from 12 noon on Friday 18 December, and will reopen at 9am on Monday 18 January.

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The ILT New Year Track Carnival will take place from Friday 29 January to Saturday 30 January - come along for some classic carnival racing, including wheel races, Keirins, and motorcycle paced events. Entries via Webscorer are open here, and close Tuesday 26 January at 12 noon. Rider entry is $20 per day ($40 for both days), while spectator entry is free for under 16s, and a gold coin for over 16s. For more information, including a provisional programme, click here.

Stadium closure
Please note that Stadium Southland will be closed from noon on 24 December and reopen 6 January (with limited hours). If you need your track bike (or anything else stored under the track) over the break, please be sure to collect it by 23 December, as you will not be able to access the stadium at all between while it is shut. That is especially important for those who want to take part in the Tuatapere Sports Day on 1 January, or heading up the the Canterbury Track Carnival.

Summer road programme
The preliminary 2021 Summer Road Racing programme can be found by clicking here.

Zwift racing - Wednesday
Cycling Southland Wednesday Worlds p/b GreenMonkey is now an official Zwift event - thank you to Daniel Carruthers of GreenMonkey for his invaluable contribution when it came to making this happen. For more information on the event, click here, and enter via the Zwift Companion app. Racing on Wednesday evening, 6:30pm, with A, B, and C grades.

Track training
Track training is on hold for the holidays - keep an eye on the track schedule (with Webscorer entry links) here for updates on when sessions will restart.

Southland Track Championships
For results and photos from the 2021 Southland Track Championships, click here.

Yunca Junior Tour of Southland
Results for the Yunca Junior Tour of Southland can be viewed here.

Newsletter
The latest edition of Cycling Southland's newsletter can be found here.

Covid-19 response: Alert Level 1

Level 1:

With the return to Covid Alert Level 1 as of 12am Tuesday 22 September, there are no further restrictions to gathering sizes. We do ask that everyone continues observing good hygiene and using the Covid tracker app when entering Stadium Southland.

Guidelines for exercise under Level 1:

*Keep a diary of where you were and when, so it is possible to contact trace should there be another wave of Covid-19 infections.
*Please maintain good hygiene. 

ILT Stadium Southland and SIT Zero Fees Velodrome: 

We still require registration through Webscorer to ensure contact tracing and to help our coaches plan their sessions, and all riders, coaches, and officials will need to ensure their names are on the sign-in sheet for each session.

 
 
 

News and Results

Wednesday, 04 March 2020
Hot off the back of medals at the elite track cycling world championships, the next group of young hopefuls will spring into action at the Vantage Age Group Track National Championships beginning in Invercargill on Thursday. Read Article
Monday, 02 March 2020
The star pairing of Aaron Gate and Campbell Stewart dug deep to win the silver medal in the madison on the final day of the UCI Track Cycling World Championships in Berlin today, while Ellesse Andrews took fifth in the women's keirin. Read Article
Sunday, 01 March 2020
Day two of the Vital Signs Fight for Yellow dawned as clear and sunny as day one, boding well for the two stages ahead. The riders gathered at the Croydon Lodge in Gore before heading out to the start of the third road stage, with Matt Zenovich as the overnight leader in A grade, Scott Donnelly leading B grade, and Jette Simon leading C grade. Read Article
Sunday, 01 March 2020
Twenty-one-year-old Kiwi rider Campbell Stewart has finished fifth in the omnium competition on the penultimate day of the UCI Track Cycling World Championships in Berlin today. Read Article
Saturday, 29 February 2020
The first day of the Vital Signs Fight for Yellow dawned clear but fresh as riders signed on in Wyndham for the opening stage of the two day, five stage tour, a six kilometre prologue individual time trial that would decide the first wearer of the yellow jersey, before a further two road stages later during the day. Read Article
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