Author: CyclingSA

November 29, 2019 CyclingSA

The Junior Super Series was a new addition to the programming in 2018, designed to get kids who were keen on racing more crits a few extra races on the calendar. Fast forward to 2019, and some of the first year teething problems have been ironed out (we’re still getting there, but it’s better) with…

November 29, 2019 CyclingSA

With only two teams from 2018 returning to the 2019 Super Series Women’s Cat 2 grade, it seemed like it would be anyone’s game. A splintered ADX Depot team did not return to defend their 2018 team title, but 2018’s Series Winner Michelle Bailey (formerly ADX Depot) found a new home at the head of…

November 27, 2019 CyclingSA

Master’s one has been owned by Tim Decker for the past two seasons. This year, a new rivalry would emerge between two riders riding their first master’s team series. Chesser Chemicals jumped into the fray, with a team full of experienced riders, who all were capable of holding their own. After a two-year hiatus, we…

November 26, 2019 CyclingSA

A monster field took to the 2019 Super Series in Masters Cat 2, with 11 teams taking part across 8 rounds. By the end of the Series, with a handful of guest riders across the teams, the numbering topped out at 99 race numbers allocated; the most any Super Series grade has ever, or will…

November 26, 2019 CyclingSA

Chloe Moran won the 2018 Super Series after coming back from an injury which had almost put her out of the sport entirely. In 2019, riding for the newly formed Team Prochem Elite Women’s team – she showed this same fighting spirit to hold off an onslaught by some of the fastest riders in the…

November 18, 2019 CyclingSA

There are some unassailable leads after yesterday’s racing, with Aneeka Smith (Cat 2 Women), Josiah Whittaker (Cat 2 Men) and Matt Sparnon (Cat 2 Masters) now unable to lose their Series leads, and Chloe Moran (Elite Women) has just one threat to her lead – multiple World Champion Ash Ankudinoff is the only rider within…

October 23, 2019 CyclingSA

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 CyclingSA

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…