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 BE BMW team are ready for the 2017 Super Series and hope to go one better on their second place overall in the Masters Cat 1 division from 2016. Boasting an enormous wealth of experience throughout their roster including World Master Games M5 Crit Champion Pat Marcucci and current Australian M5 Crit Champion Nick Read More
Current National Cyclo-Cross Champion Christopher Jongewaard will line up for the Super Series in 2017. The multiple national title holder will head the JBlood Adventures team, which in 2017 blends a mix of youth and experience. The team’s major sponsor is Jongewaard himself. JBlood Adventure’s offer customised coaching and programs with a focus on skills, Read More
Returning for the 2017 Super Series with a bumper squad is South Australia’s only Women’s National Road Series team – Mercedes-Benz Blackchrome. Building on previous Elite Women’s and Masters squads, this year the team will be running both an Elite Women’s team and a Category 2 Women’s team. With a diverse group of riders across Read More
As part of the 2017 Cycling South Australia is proud to offer Category 2 Racing for both Men and Women. As part of the series, we would like to offer the opportunity for U19 riders who aren’t already in a team to experience the thrill of racing in a team environment. If you are and Read More
Planning for the 2017 Super Series is well underway. The 2017 edition will see some significant changes to allow more people to experience the thrill. Cycling SA recognises the need for more racing, and more racing for those who do not fall into the elite category. In addition, Cycling SA believes teams based racing should Read More