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Newsletter May 2 2015

Casey Fields, 25th April 2015

Casey Fields, again.  Been there, done that, and that seemed to be the attitude of the majority, that and the threatening weather, or maybe just the weather.  Whatever the reason it was a very small turnout on Saturday, the officials doing their best to make a race of it for the few who did brave the threat, a threat that, by all accounts didn’t eventuate, the conditions proved the most benign.  This week’s newsletter not only covers the limited racing from Saturday but also Alison Skene’s win in Northern Cycling’s Benghazi handicap.


Newsletter April 25 2015

Casey Fields, 18th April 2015

Courtesy of road works by the Nilumbik shire council the scheduled race at Arthurs Creek was not an option, over a kilometre of laid loose gravel making it too dangerous to run 23mm tyres across.  A last minute change had the club back at Casey Fields where conditions weren’t the worst we’ve seen.

Janita has managed to coerce two reports for members who were there and a terrific piece by Louise Wolfers on her foray into the world of CX.

Newsletter April 18 2015

Dunlop Rd, 11th April 2015

A beautiful day for racing brought out the big crowds, an almost full compliment of teams ensuring the a-grade race was stacked and going to be full on.  The minimal wind encouraged riders across all grades to try their legs against the field but where there was reason to chase there was chase and most races came back together before another one or two tried to skip up the road in an effort to break free the shackles of the peloton.

Newsletter April 11th 2015

Casey Fields, 4th April 2015

One might be forgiven for thinking the planets were way out of whack, a second week of sublime conditions at the notoriously windy Cranbourne paddock.  A good turnout this week of those who didn’t think themselves age championship material saw some solid racing across all grades.  The conditions such that anyone adventurous enough to have a dig found it hard going while the bunch seemed unaffected and invariably brought it all back.

Newsletter April 4th 2015

Casey Fields, 28th March 2015

A surprisingly small turnout on what was a not unpleasant Saturday afternoon for racing., courtesy of it being a team’s race the a-grade field making up almost a third of the total.  True to form the Casey breeze kept most bunches together, it was going to be a string person who rode more than a lap on their own.

The day was unfortunately marred by a fall in the a-grade race, on the run to what was promising to be the bell.  A reminder that we all need to be aware of others out there and ride with consideration of those around us.

This week’s newsletter is another bumper edition with a big wrap up of the Croydon Cycleworks series.