Cuddon Cycling Marlborough continued their Winter Series races last Saturday afternoon on the roads of the Lower Wairau area, after a small break for last weekend's Secondary Schools 2-day Tour.
A nice quality field turned out for the popular Van Antwerpen trophies race, with a surprise entry of current New Zealand Elite road cycling champion Jason Christie.
Last weekend’s road cycling event was staged on the Hawksebury circuit on the Saturday afternoon, with the riders of Cuddon Cycling Marlborough competing in the 6th race of the Winter Series for the David Duff Memorial (Seniors) and Newport (Under 17 Juniors) Trophies.
The relatively mild and sunny conditions saw a good turnout for the prestigious race, held for over 25 years on the Fairhall / Hawksebury circuit with the start and finish at the Fairhall Hall
A small field, consisting of a good mix of junior and senior riders, assembled on Saterday afternoon for racing on the Tua Marina circuit in the 5th race of the Winter Series organised by Cuddon Cycling Marlborough.
Cuddon Cycling Marlborough’s 5th race in the Winter Series, an individual time trial, was ridden on the Waihopai Valley Road last Saturday afternoon. Trophies up for grabs in the open category were the Vincent Cup for fastest time and the Verhey Cup for the sealed handicap section.
The Ben Morven circuit was the scene of Cuddon Cycling Marlborough’s 4th race in the Winter Series for the Anderson Rosebowl and the Keighley Cup last Saturday afternoon.