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Saturday 13th October 2018
– Yarra Glen GSR

2.00pm Start – Entries on the day close 1.45pm sharp @ the Registration desk.  Rear tail lights are mandatory.

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Newsletter 26th March 2016

Yarra Glen, 19th March 2016

Dark clouds swirled around Yarra Glen last Saturday but the road was dry, and it stayed that way. The testing kermesse course with its repeated ups and downs put many legs to the sword. The scenery may have been largely forgotten in the heat of competition, but it makes a grand backdrop for an afternoon of racing.

Thanks again to those who contributed reports, photos and news. Among them is Mark Edwards, who was on duty last Saturday with tripod and camera – you may have seen him around the course. Several of Mark’s images appear in this issue and he has made many more available at his Google share site.


Newsletter 19th March 2016

Dunlop Road, 12th March 2016

A good turnout, great conditions and some strong riding produce some great racing.  This week, a few reports and some great images from Paul Webster and your own favourite handicapper.  Also this week the much anticipated report on the Wellington to Auckland race from John Williams.


Newsletter 12th March 2016

Casey Fields, 5th March 2016

Fairly calm climatic conditions  greeted the riders at Casey Fields this week, the racing was far from calm, most races breaking up with aggressive racing from the usual suspects and some unusual ones.  This week’s newsletter is packed with reports and other news.

Newsletter 5th March 2016

Learmonth, 27th February 2016

The weather didn’t disappoint, cool and clear but the fans were still turning.  It was a small turnout that made the journey, but ask anyone of them and they’ll tell you it was worth the trip, the reports in this week’s newsletter attest to this.

From Louise’s point of view;

Whooo hoo – road trip, headed to Ballarat nice and early and arrived at Lake Learmonth.  Except there was no lake – just grass and bushes.  So, it was called a lake but there was no lake?!  OK, let’s go with this.  The Windmill circuit had been planned out for the day. Maybe there will be no wind?  There’s no lake and all – right?  Nup.  There was wind!

Follow the girl’s adventures and those of the others who’ve shared in this week’s newsletter.