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Saturday 18th August 2018
– Garfield GSR

Flat ~22km circuit
ABC will do 3 laps,
Rest 2 laps

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Racing commences at 2.00pm – and don’t forget your tail light!

Entries on the day close 1.45pm sharp @ the Registration desk.

Melways 912 S6 – Start area is just off Thirteen Mile Rd, behind the pub.

Rear tail lights are mandatory.  No light; no race.

Referee

Richard Dobson

Traffic Controllers

Rob Lackey
Stephen Short
Ray Russo

Marshals

Geoff Darroch
Adam Hinds
Stewart Bendall
Lawrence Lee
Brett McInnes
Dale Maizels
Mark Reynolds
Sam Bruzzese
Craig Guilfoyle
David Mann

Newsletters

Newsletter 28th November 2015

Arthurs Creek, 21st November 2015

The testing course between Arthurs Creek and Strathewen was the setting for our weekly travails on Saturday. That last hill usually produces a result – but first you have to get there. Some got there; some didn’t. Read on to find out more.


Newsletter 21st November 2015

Dunlop Road, 14th November 2015

It must be summer! The cycling action is building on road and track. Among other news this week – in case you missed it – Tour de France champion Chris Froome announced he would contest the 2016 Jayco Herald Sun Tour. Plans are again afoot for an Eastern Vets presence on Mt Buninyong in January for the Road National Championships, and Dunlop Road is back at the top of our program. To go by this week’s race reports, sprinters and breakaways ruled the roost on Saturday. Read on to find out more.


Newsletter 14th November 2015

Casey Fields, 7th November 2015

It was back to Casey Fields on Saturday for a typically windy afternoon’s racing. Unfortunately, the A grade race (and, less directly, all other grades) was affected by a crash, which resulted in injuries to several riders and damage to bikes.


Newsletter 7th November 2015

Seymour – Pinnacle Cycles TTT, 31st October 2015

The much anticipated Eastern Veterans/Pinnacle Cycles Team Time Trial took place last Saturday at Avenel, near Seymour. Melbourne’s rain skies gave way to sunshine and patchy cloud north of the Divide, and the event proceeded on dry roads and without a drop of rain. Someone must like us! To judge by all reports, riders universally appreciated all the work that went into staging the event, and most, if not all, would come back for another crack next year. Congratulations and thanks to all those who contributed on the day and in the lead-up, including Pinnacle Cycles and the other organisations and individuals who put up prizes. Read on for results, reports and photos.


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