Welcome to the Calder Stewart Cycling Series 2019

2019 dates have been posted:

Round 1: Dunedin: Sunday 24 February
Round 2Hokitika: Saturday 13 April (Afternoon start)
Round 3Hokitika: Sunday 14 April
Round 4Nelson: Saturday 28 September
Round 5: Christchurch: Saturday 19 October
Round 6: Hell of the South Leeston: Sunday 20 October

The 2019 Calder Stewart Cycling Series will be over 6 rounds across the South Island taking in beautiful scenery and offering a race series like no other. This years series will see two double header weekends, four new routes and the first ever individual time trial.

With the backing of Calder Stewart, the 2019 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 20 years.

A company steeped with proud South Island heritage, Calder Stewart celebrates their 64th anniversary this year which marks over six decades of strong relationships across construction, rural, development and investment, manufacturing, forestry and roofing.

News and Results 

Duyvesteyn and Christie win Calder Stewart Series for first time

Talented young cyclists Kees Duyvesteyn and Henrietta Christie won their first Calder Stewart Cycling series titles in the final…

Duyvesteyn poised to claim Calder Stewart Series for first time while women’s title up for grabs

Dunedin cyclist Kees Duyvesteyn is poised to claim his first Calder Stewart Cycling elite men’s series title while Amy Hollamby …

Duyvesteyn claims three jerseys and McIlroy and Hollamby ride away from field in Calder Stewart Series

Dunedin cyclist Kees Duyvesteyn had an impressive elite men’s win to move into the series lead while Kate McIlroy and Amy Hollam…

Cyclocross national champions hoping form crosses over to road

Newly crowned cyclocross national champions Kate McIlroy and Campbell Pithie will be hoping that recent form crosses over to the…

Older heads lead way in double header cycling weekend

Older experienced heads led the way at the weekend’s double header rounds of the Calder Stewart Cycling Series in Hokitika.
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