Schools southern tour HORI

Southern Tour

Road & Track
31 August 2024 - 1 September 2024

Cuddon Cycling Marlborough:

The 2024 Southern Tour Presented by Cuddon Engineering is contested on the first weekend of Winter Tournament Week, and will be on 31 August - 1 September, hosted by Cuddon Cycling Marlborough!

This is a points based tour although times will be recorded for the Time Trial and Hill Climb stages.

In addition to the General Classification titles riders will also be contesting the National School Criterium Title and the Individual Time Trial National Title.

Saturday 31 August:
Stage 1: Time Trial
Stage 2: Criterium

Sunday 1 September:
Stage 3: Hill Climb
Stage 4: Road Race 

Click here for the final pre-event email with all the final info - TBC

Click here for the provisional Event Manual - Version 1 as at 1.5.2024


Start Lists


*Please note this is all subject to change.


Course Maps

Individual Time Trial


Hill Climb

Road Race 


Click here for a preview video of the Criterium Course.
Click here for a preview video of the Time Trial Course.

Age as at 31 December 2024.

Individual Races: U20, U17, U16, U15, U14, U13 boys and girls 

At a minimum competitors must be enrolled in Year 7.

Entries will open on Wednesday 1 May 2024.

Schools must be affiliated for 2024 and follow the 6 Step by Step Guide here before they will be able to enter this event.


Entry Fees

$60 per rider

Entry fees include entry to all 4 stages, all riders must participate in each stage. 

Entries Close Payments must be Received (otherwise the students will not be eligible to race)
5pm Friday 9 August Friday 23 August


Refund Policy

Refunds requested after the entry closing date will only be processed on the presentation of a medical certificate. All refunds will incur a $25 administration fee.


Terms and Conditions
Click here to view event terms and conditions.

Racing will be conducted under the Cycling New Zealand Schools Rules. All riders should familiars themselves with the complete Rules under which racing will be conducted.


Health and Safety 
Everyone has a responsibly towards Health and Safety at an event.

The safety of the riders, officials, volunteer and spectators are included in the event planning. This includes (but not limited to) road restrictions, traffic management and event advisories to the local businesses and residents.

The event takes place a mix of urban residential and rural roads. It is your responsibility to manage your own safety during the event, to be aware of other road users at all times and to make responsible decisions. There is traffic management in place however, the roads are OPEN and there will be public and official traffic on the circuit during your race.

If you have any questions or concerns regarding Health and Safety please report to the Chief Commissaire or to the Race Director. 

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