2022 Day 7 - Burnett claims Tour title
Josh Burnett (Creation Signs - MitoQ) has become the first Southlander in 28 years to win the SBS Bank Tour of Southland.
2022 Day 7 - Burnett claims TT win as he lines up Tour title
Josh Burnett (Creation Signs - MitoQ) took the win in the time trial stage of the SBS Bank Tour of Southland, setting himself up to ride into Invercargill this afternoon as the first Southlander to win the Tour since Doug Bath in 1994.
2022 Day 6 - Grave claims stage as Burnett grabs yellow
Oliver Grave (Central Benchmakers - Willbike) claimed the stage in into Gore after a long day in the break, while Josh Burnett (Creation Signs - MitoQ) will take a narrow 8 second lead in the general classification into the critical individual time trial tomorrow.
Dan Gardner (Quality Foods Southland) claimed the win at the top of Bluff Hill Motupohue as Carter Bettles (ARA Pro Racing Sunshine Coast) held on to the yellow jersey.
2022 Day 4 - Bettles triumphs on Remarkables, claims race lead
Australian rider Carter Bettles (ARA Pro Racing Sunshine Coast) took the win on The Remarkables after a long day in the break, and with it the yellow jersey.
2022 Day 3 - Patterson triumps as Clark retains yellow
Tour debutant Zakk Patterson (Base Solutions Racing) took the bunch gallop into Te Anua as Boris Clark (Quality Foods Southland) retained the yellow jersey.
2022 Day 2 - Clark claims surprise Tour lead
Ohaupo rider Boris Clark was as surprised as anyone to be wearing the yellow jersey after today’s second stage of the SBS Bank Tour of Southland.
2022 Day 1 - Comm Games medallist Ben Oliver takes yellow
Commonwealth Games silver medallist Ben Oliver has earned first use of the SBS Bank Tour of Southland’s yellow jersey after an impressive ride on day one.
New Zealand cycling’s longest-running and most prestigious stage race welcomes back riders from across the country and the globe in 2022, something race director Sally Marr is excited and relieved about.
2021 Day 7 Stage 8 - Vink takes third SBS Bank Tour of Southland title
Michael Vink (Transport Engineering Southland - Talley's) has claimed his third SBS Bank Tour of Southland title in four years as the tour finished on Gala Street in Invercargill. Campbell Stewart (Bolton Equities Black Spoke Pro Cycling) won the final stage.
2021 Day 7 Stage 7 - Vink smashes TT to line up third title
Michael Vink won the individual time trial in Winton, smashing Hamish Bond's course record in the process. This puts him in prime position to take his third SBS Bank Tour of Southland title in four years.
2021 Day 6 - Fouché claims stage as Vink edges closer to title
James Fouché won the battle, taking the stage win into Gore, but Michael Vink is one step closer to winning the war as he takes an almost two minute lead into the final day of racing.
2021 Day 5 - Pithie takes second stage on Bluff Hill
Campbell Pithie went on the attack again on the way from Invercargill to Bluff, and claimed his second stage win of this year's SBS Bank Tour of Southland.
2021 Day 4 - Burnett soars to stage win on The Remarkables
Southland local Josh Burnett soared to his maiden stage win in the SBS Bank Tour of Southland on the biggest stage of all, dancing up the brutal slopes of The Remarkables.
2021 Day 3 - Pithie takes stunning solo victory into Te Anau
Campbell Pithie broke away and held off the peloton to take a stunning solo victory on the Te Anau waterfront on a day when the big teams put in some big hits, with Michael Vink defending the yellow jersey.
2021 Day 2 - Two time champion Vink wins second stage
Two-time champion Michael Vink has made a major claim for a third title on stage two of the SBS Bank Tour of Southland. The Cantabrian was quick to thank his Transport Engineering Southland-Talley’s team mates after a challenging 172km stage from Invercargill to Lumsden which featured two gravel sections for the first time.
Campbell Stewart (Bolton Equities Black Spoke Pro Cycling) made the best possible start to the SBS Bank Tour of Southland as his team won the Prologue team time trial before Stewart won the Stage 1 street race.