Calder Stewart Cycling Series 2016


Welcome to the Calder Stewart Cycling Series 2016

2016 dates have been posted:

Round 1: Hanmer- Kaikoura Sun 21 Feb
Round 2: Timaru Sat 12 March
Round 3: Nelson Sat 20 Aug
Round 4: Dunedin Sat 10 Sept
Round 5: Methven Sat 1 Oct
Round 6: Leeston Sun 23 October (Possible non series crit on the Saturday as well, location TBA)

The 2016 Calder Stewart Cycling Series will be over six rounds across the South Island taking in beautiful scenery and offering a race series like no other.

 With the backing of Calder Stewart Industries, the 2016 Calder Stewart Cycling Series will showcase some of New Zealand's best riders and teams going head to head over a six race series. Well performed masters, full time career cyclists and age group riders will be given the chance to compete against the country's top based domestic cyclists.

Calder Stewart have a commitment to New Zealand cycling that has seen the sponsorship of the New Zealand Elite National Championships, the Calder Stewart Cycling Team and the Tour of Southland for 19 years.

A company steeped with proud South Island heritage, Calder Stewart celebrates their 60th anniversary this year which marks six decades of strong relationships across construction, rural, development and investment, manufacturing, forestry and roofing.

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