Established in Blenheim in 1931 Cuddon Cycling Marlborough has a proud history with many of its riders reaching New Zealand representation through the years.
The Club has a wide range of riders from International through to casual and beginners. The club runs a road and track programme with approximately 70 events per year. Road races are mainly handicap, which caters for a range of performance levels, with a mixture of massed starts, graded and time trials. For more information on the race programme check out the Racing Page .
The Club's main aim is to foster and promote safe cycling in the Marlborough area whether racing or recreational and to encourage cycling for good health and fitness at all age levels. Our youngest registered regular Club rider is 12 and our oldest is 89!
The club has been sponsored by Cuddon for nearly thirty years, and John and Robyn Cuddon have been our patrons for over a decade. Please pay them a visit if you have any engineering, water, air conditioning or freeze dry needs.
2023/24 Committee members
President: Graham Henderson
Secretary: Chris Lang
Treasurer: Craig Anderson
Development officer: Warren Hall
Sponsorship manager: Ross Frater
Club patrons: John & Robyn Cuddon
Current international riders
Callum Saunders – member of NZ Elite Sprint Team
Initially attracted to mountain biking and road cycling, Saunders moved to the track after coming through the strong cycling fraternity in his home in Marlborough. He earned a number of national medals to join the high-performance programme with his breakthrough in 2019 when he won the keirin final at the UCI World Cup in Hong Kong.
Callum Saunders won bronze as a member of the men's sprint team at the Birmingham 2022 Commonwealth Games. Saunders is also an Olympian and competed in the team sprint and keirin at Tokyo 2020.