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2018 Cycling South Australia

SUPER SERIES

The 2018 Super Series is back! With close to 40 teams we look forward to what will be our biggest series yet!

In 2018, the eight-round series will consist of flowing criteriums, including some exciting new courses, a team time trial and the iconic Copper Coast Cup. A series not to be missed for spectators and competitors alike!

November 20, 2018
CyclingSA

Sturt Reserve becoming a firm favourite of the CSA Super Series

Sturt Reserve Murray Bridge has a long history as a home to pedal powered racing. The longtime home to the UniSA Pedal Prix 24h event, The Rural City of Murray Bridge welcomed the Super Series back for the second consecutive year. A full days racing set on the banks of the Murray River provided about Read More

November 15, 2018
CyclingSA

Q&A with Jenny MacPherson

Jenny MacPherson (PACC) is no stranger to cycling. Now riding for Butterfields p/b Van D’am Racing, MacPherson has a career which goes back to the early 2000’s which includes a long stint racing with the AIS in Europe, an Olympic Games appearance as a tandem pilot and countless wins at local and national level. It’s safe Read More

November 13, 2018
CyclingSA

Penultimate Round set to take on Murray Bridge

Almost unbelievably, the penultimate 2018 Super Series round has already arrived, with the Murray Bridge criterium to be held this Sunday, 18 November. With the racing tight across all categories, this race along the outside of Sturt Reserve and up Murray Cod Drive, is going to be an important one to win! Cycling SA CEO Lachie Read More

October 26, 2018
CyclingSA

Team Time Trial Time!

This Sunday at Lenswood is Round 5 of the 8 round series – and the one and only team time trial round. On the back of a fantastic Victoria Park criterium, which saw lots of movements in the series standings, this round is sure to shake things up even further. “This course announcement was met Read More

October 21, 2018
CyclingSA

Victoria Park Extended Proves a Massive Hit

Riders and spectators were given a real treat at yesterdays extended Victoria Park Criterium circuit, which flowed out onto Wakefield St in a testing, technical and most importantly interesting alteration to our staple Victoria Park Circuits. There were many standout performances on the day. Natalie Redmond (Gravier Cycling Collective, Port Adelaide Cycling Club) stole the Read More