Happy wacky Wednesday everyone!
Well the weather may be being a bit rough right now but it’s great to see so many making the most of the dry conditions under our roof at the SIT Zero Fees Velodrome – that includes all our teams who are gearing up for the Architecture Unlimited Track Challenge which comes to the big race day on Sunday 30th June – less than a month to go now folks. Keep up the training teams and good luck for the coming weeks.
In the lexicon of cycling, Bruce Ross will do one final ‘lap on the front’ as race director for the 2019 SBS Bank Tour of Southland before sitting in the back of the bunch for future races. Read Article
Another AGM and Annual Awards done and dusted. Huge congratulations to all the very worthy recipients, including our very own Sid Cumming, Emma Cumming, Corbin Strong (x 2) and Patrick Harvey from Central Otago-Wakatipu - we're extremely proud of you all! Read Article
Hope your week is starting out smoothly.
Friday Night Racing is a Junior Division fundraising series and it kicks off again this Friday night from 6-8pm. Entry is $10 or $5 for novices (beginner racers). All ages welcome. Read Article
Hi folks and welcome tomorrow to yet another month – where are they going again this year?
As many were enjoying school holiday/Easter breaks we had a crew of around 50 riders of all ages taking on the hard-core racing courses at the Age Group Road Nationals in Timaru over the past weekend. Read Article
Cycling New Zealand has announced an exciting 20-strong team - including five Southland riders - to contest the under-19 competition at the Oceania Track Cycling Championships at Invercargill in October. Read Article
Welcome to the first week of the school holidays and for many a well-deserved Easter break, coupled with Southland Anniversary Day along with Anzac Day being thrown in the mix as well. Read Article
The 88th Stonewood Homes Gore to Invercargill road cycling classic was raced in perfect conditions on Saturday with a small but competitive and in-form field in the open handicapped grade. Read Article
Road cyclists from as far afield as Canterbury are starting to put their names in the hat to contest bragging rights for the country’s longest-running club road classic race when the Gore to Invercargill Classic returns this weekend. Read Article