Month: October 2019

October 23, 2019

In 2018, Chloe Moran started off the series slowly, missing out on points in the opening round. After this opening missed opportunity, she then found her self on the podium in three of the remaining six rounds, to take a respectable 14 point win in the overall title. Although Moran’s performances in the opening rounds…

October 21, 2019

In 2018 Justin Gassner claimed the overall honours in the Super Series through consistent riding. Despite three podiums, he never managed the top step. Not content with this approach in 2019, Gassner and his renamed team Tonsley Village took the Top Step on the podium at the Round 2 TTT, and Gassner continued taking a…

October 16, 2019

Cycling SA first approached Chateau Yaldara to be the closing round of the 2019 series. We were very much disappointed when logistical complications prevented the round from happening – as we were already imagining kicking back on their lawns with a bottle of their shiraz once the last race was won, and the final barriers…

October 9, 2019

It’s a problem every race organiser wishes they had – too many entries! This year we have been overwhelmed with not just team entries into the Masters Cat 2 grade for the Super Series, but individuals who want to get in on the action, especially for the upcoming closed road street circuits that only come…

October 3, 2019

The back half of the 2019 Super Series is nice and tidy – 4 criteriums in 5 weeks, including two at all-new street circuits – so CSA has taken the opportunity to deliver our most comprehensive Junior Super Series yet! U9 and U11 riders will race in their age categories (remember, as of October 1…

October 1, 2019

The Altitude Cycling and Fitness Round Two Team Time Trial course is one of the hardest in the country. Aptly sponsored, with riders gaining 414m of altitude in just over 16km the non-traditional course presents a variety of tactical dilemmas as teams chase both the stage win and overall classifications. The bigger teams would need…