2018 Cycling South Australia
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!
Are you interested in designing an official race leaders jersey? Well, this is your chance! In collaboration with SCODY, we are offering the opportunity for you all to get creative and compete to become the official designer of the Leaders Jersey for the Cycling SA 2018 Super Series, an 8-round series, running from September to December 2018. Read More
After the success of the 2017 series, Cycling South Australia is pleased to announce the return of the Super Series, from September to December 2018. Featuring exciting new courses and formats, 2018 will be an 8-round series, commencing on September 22 at Victoria Park. This year, we will be offering the following grades: · Women’s Category Read More
After nine rounds of close racing, the final round of the 2017 Super Series was held at St Clair. The Corsa dello Stivale (“Course of the Boot”) took riders on a technical and twisting route around the AV Jennings Community. Some of the competitions were already decided, but most were going down to the wire Read More
The Corsa Dello Stivale St Clair Criterium 2016 Recap before the #SuperSeries17 Grand Finale Tomorrow!
The AV Jennings Corsa Dello Stivale St Clair Criterium race around the St Clair lagoon and wetlands is back as the 2017 Super Series Grand Finale tomorrow Sunday, 10 December 2017! As we gear up, let’s take a look back at 2016 … Elite Women In 2016, we kicked off with the Elite Women’s race, Read More
Supported by The Rural City of Murray Bridge, the Round Nine of the #SuperSeries17 was run around Sturt Reserve, Murray Bridge on Sunday. The 1km criterium circuit along the picturesque Murray River provided a backdrop of house boats and paddle-steamers for the 185 riders racing for all important General Classification (GC) points before the AV Read More