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AusCycling (SA) acknowledges the Kaurna, Ngarrundjeri, Peramangk and Narrungga people as the Traditional Custodians of the land we race the 2020 Super Series on. We recognise and pay our respects to their Elders past, present and future.

We race all kinds of places!

The 2021 Super Series will begin on Saturday, the 11th of September at Pakapakanthi with a straight-up criterium on the short course before heading to the Copper Coast earlier than usual the following weekend for a new course at Wallaroo on Saturday, September 18 and the two-block Moonta Crit returns on Sunday, September 19. A short break until Saturday, October 9 sees all grades get to race a Points Race at Pakapakanthi before we head to the beach for the Aldinga Beach Criterium on Saturday, October 23. The next week we’ll race the kermesse on the Gawler Eastlink on the 30th, before a new criterium venue scheduled for Sunday, November 7. The final round of the Series proper will be the return of last year’s cancelled Unley Oval Reserve Criterium before the two Elite grades send off the Series in style with an Omnium-style Points Race at Pakapakanthi to decide their General Classification winner.

As race information become available, these links below will go live to this year's racing!

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Past Years Race Locations:

SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 12

Kicking off the CSA Super Series for 2019 is the now-traditional first round Vic Park crit - without last year's Points Race twist! A great opportunity to blow out the cobwebs of a winter spent indoors and get back in a racing frame of mind.

SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 19

After the Rd 1 Pakapakanthi Criterium is done, we're heading back up to Lenswood for a favourite from last year, the Lenswood Team Time Trial! Teams will again need to think critically about their tactics!

SATURDAY, OCTOBER 10

We're excited to return to the Wallaroo Road Race in 2020, with most of you saying it was your favourite race to ride in 2019. Not much has changed with this one - but why would we?

SUNDAY, OCTOBER 11

A new course for the Moonta Criterium will see us take in an extra town block and have room for a longer sprint into the finish than previous years. 

SUNDAY, OCTOBER 18

We're used to racing on a race track, but not quite like this! We're heading up to The Bend Motorsport Park for a kermesse on their 7.7km GT circuit.

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