2017 Cycling South Australia
The Super Series is back, bigger and better than ever before! With over 30 teams and 250 riders registered across six categories, the racing is going to be close, fast and exciting!
In 2017, the ten round series will take it flowing criteriums, a team time trial, a challenging hill climb and the iconic Copper Coast Cup. A series not to be missed for spectators and competitors alike!
The new Moonta Criterium circuit proved a hit with riders. Some tight corners, a testing up hill and the short laps meant that the racing through all categories was exciting. Being just over 600m long, the square circuit really pushed riders to their limits as they battled it out for intermediate sprints, the stage results Read More
The Copper Coast Council hosted Round Four and Five of the 2017 Super Series. With almost 200 riders taking to the start line across the six grades on both days, the racing was as exciting as it comes. Round four, the most iconic race of the series featuring two punishing dirt road sectors, was awaited Read More
The short format Super Series Criteriums created some incredibly exciting racing, with hard and fast events across all three of the night’s races. With several superstars of the sport lining up, the crowds were treated to some nail-biting finishes. The Elite Men averaged over 49.5 km/h in the perfect racing conditions. Elite Masters The Elite Read More
Alex Edmondson, the Olympic medallist, multiple world champion and professional road rider with Orica-Scott will be making his 2017 Super Series debut at Round 3. Taking place in a short and fast twilight format at Victoria Park, Edmondson will be lining up with the all-conquering IsoWhey – SwissWellness p/b Cervelo Cycling Team. Isowhey-SwissWellness has recently Read More
Category 1 – Elite Men & Elite Women Cameron Bayly (IsoWheySports SwissWellness) & Victoria Veitch (Mercedes-Benz Adelaide Blackchrome) claimed victory in the Old Freeway Hill Climb, Round 2 of the Cycling SA Super Series 2017 Sunday, 8 October. Bayly was one of the last riders to start the climb following teammate, Joe Cooper (IsoWheySports SwissWellness), Read More