The open grade massed start/sealed handicap event over 56km was held from Fairhall Hall over four laps of the large Hawkesbury circuit and return. The field split on the first lap with Gerard van Antwerpen, Merrick Thompson, Richard Olliver
Father/Son combinations were dominant in the Geddes Memorial Cups two-up time trial on the SH63 course from Waihopai Valley turnoff to just short of Wairau Valley township and return this afternoon.
The open grade event was ridden in cool calm
Another strong finishing sprint saw Ian Martella take the victory and retain the Van Antwerpen Trophy at Grovetown on Saturday afternoon.
The 43 km handicap event was run in cool and breezy conditions. The course started and finished at
A strong finishing sprint saw Ian Martella take the victory in the Funnell Trophy event at Fairhall last Saturday afternoon.
The 41 km handicap event was run in cool wet conditions. The course started and finished at Fairhall Hall covering
What an amazing day we all had for the start of the Winter season at Fairhall on Saturday afternoon.
The event was also treated as a fundraiser for Kevin Bishell, one of our long standing riders for Cycling Marlborough, who is currently going
A 38km handicap event was run in overcast conditions 3 times over the Taylor Pass Road out and return course. During the first two laps groups disintegrated in the windy conditions. Strong riding in the final lap saw 5m break riders Merrick Thompson
A 40km handicap event was run in beautiful conditions from Dog Point Road, 3.5 x the top Hawkesbury circuit, over the Barracks hill and returned via Hawkesbury
A 43km handicap event was run in windy conditions over 6 laps of the Lower Wairau circuit. The scratch trio of Craig Harper, Gerard van Antwerpen and Sean O’Neill worked extremely well together to catch the 5min break bunch on lap 4 and then
A handicap event was run in good conditions over 4 laps (36km) of the Benmorven circuit. On the third lap the 13m markers Katie Batt and Nathan Harris caught the front markers. Consistent riding saw them stay in front until about 4km to go when