Subs : $40.00 - senior, $10.00 - junior, $5.00 - non race social
Tinwald Cycling Club members subs for the 2024 season are to be paid through the Cycling NZ membership web site - more infomation will be forwarded to members
If you wish to pay race registration on line or are a member affilated to another Club paying a sub to Tinwald Cycling - bank account details are NBS Ashburton - 03 1354 0410044 00
Welcome to the Tinwald Cycling Club.
We are located in Ashburton, a growing town situated in the heartland of the Canterbury Plains, New Zealand.
The Tinwald Cycling Club was established in 1923, and has a proud history both on the track and road.
The Club is blessed with hard working members and excellent facilities, a 400 metre banked concrete velodrome, cycling academy training rooms, junior development programmes (road and track), a winter series and the choice of 3 different days of racing during the summer.
The club caters for all ages and levels of cycling with emphasis on enjoyment and development with a varied programme incorporating differing distances, race types and courses.
Many age group and open grade national titles along with Olympic, World Championship and Commonwealth Games medals have been won by members of the Tinwald Cycling Club.
2008 Beijing Olympic silver (individual pursuit) and bronze (teams pursuit) medallist, 2009 Tour of France competitor and 2006, 2007, 2008, 2010 Tour of Southland winner, Commonwealth Games silver medal (road race), Hayden Roulston is a member of the club, along with New Zealand representative and World Cup medallist Jason Christie, 2009 World Championship silver medallist (teams pursuit), 2012 London Olympian, 2010 World Championship and 2010 Commonwealth Games silver medallist (points race), Lauren Ellis, and New Zealand junior track representative at the 2013 World Junior Track Championships Alex Hooper amongst a host of other riders excelling at the highest level.
The Tinwald Cycling Club extends a warm welcome to all those wishing to becoming involved in the exciting and growing sport of cycling.
Feel free to contact Don Sutton 027 4361767 or Rob Hooper 021 1912337