2018 Awards Night

Cycling Southland's annual awards night will be held on Friday, August 31, from 7.30pm at the Waikiwi Bowling Club (turn at Countdown on North Rd, then right into Fraser St). 

This is a great opportunity for members to gather, celebrate the past year’s successes and look forward to the future season in a friendly social atmosphere.

A plate for a shared supper/dessert is required as your entry ticket and a small cash bar will be open (no Eftpos). There will also be a guest speaker.

Finalists can be found on this link. The awards period relates to efforts made in the 12 months between May 1 2017 and April 30 2018.

Special awards will also be presented on the night.

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Result shows Cycling Southland back on track

A focus on cost reduction and the hosting of two national championships has helped Cycling Southland move back into positive territory and turn around a significant loss from 2017.

The organisation has reported a profit of $46,990 for the year ending March 2018, a noticeable improvement on the $52,000 loss from the previous year.

President Reece McDonald said the positive result was particularly pleasing because it reflected a significant amount of work that had gone on behind the scenes.

“We’ve worked extensively with Sport Southland to develop a robust financial management reporting system and introduced important processes to manage what can be a tricky area for sporting organisations.

“Developing that financial capability will really benefit us in the future,” he said.

It was a challenging year, with the running of the usual events and activities – including the Yunca Junior Tour of Southland the SBS Bank Tour of Southland – as well as two national championships with three weeks.

“That was a massive undertaking for us but one that worked incredibly well because of our volunteer support.”

Investment had also been made in the development of future riders with 25 new track bikes being added to the fleet, as well as a new track timing system installed, McDonald said.

“We’ve been able to do what we do and do it well because of the support of community funders including the Invercargill Licensing Trust, the ILT Foundation and the Community Trust of Southland. We have also diversified our funding sources and will continue to look for new opportunities to ensure we provide a stable financial footing for the club.

“It’s certainly not an easy environment to operate in but we’re doing a good job at providing a pathway for young cyclists and we’ve seen a lift in participation numbers as a result.”

Cycling Southland members again shone on the national and international stage, with seven riders representing New Zealand at the Commonwealth Games.

“We’re also seeing sound growth in the numbers of junior riders taking up the sport, both on the road and on the track, while the retention of the SIT Performance Hub is providing a great pathway for those looking to represent New Zealand.”

Club Meeting Minutes

A club meeting was held on September 26 2018. Minutes can be found here.

Minutes from the April 13 2018 meeting can be found here: Minutes from Club Meeting 13 April 2018

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2018 AGM Minutes

The Cycling Southland 2018 Annual General Meeting was held on July 26 in the Legend's Lounge 2 at the ILT Stadium Southland.

Minutes from the meeting can be found here. The annual report with full audited financials can be found here

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2017 AGM

The Cycling Southland 2017 Annual General Meeting was held on July 27 in the Champion's Lounge at the SIT Zero Fees Velodrome.

The Annual Report can be found here.

Minutes from the meeting can be found here.

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