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Newsletter 30th July 2016

Arthurs Creek, 23rd July 2016 – Tour de Metro Race 3

The third in the series between the metropolitan clubs; Eastern and Northern saw a reasonable turnout with fairly balanced numbers, the weather and forecast doing nothing to aid said turnout. Arthurs Creek is a tough circuit and nigh on all races ended up spread across the road, individuals or just remnants of bunches contesting the sprint finishes.
A good selection of reports covers the days racing – read on.

Newsletter 23rd July 2016

National Boulevard, 10th July 2016 – Tour de Metro race 2.

The second of four races in the series, the last to be hosted by Northern and we head to the hills for the next two.  Read how at c-grade put a plan in place and effected it.

Newsletter 16th July 2016

National Boulevard, 10th July 2016 – Tour de Metro race 1.

The first in a series of four inter-club races between Eastern and our metropolitan neighbours – Northern Cycling.  A good attendance but unfortunately not quite the result desired.  Read on to catch up on what went on.

Newsletter 9th July 2016

Casey Fields, 2nd July 2016 – Graded Scratch Races

Development of the Casey Fields BMX track continues giving the marshals something to do before the masses took to the track.  It’s not only the infield that is seeing upgrades, new kerbing around a lot of the criterium track with fresh bitumen replacing the rubber-filled cracks.  The finish straight totally re-surfaced in nice fast super smooth hot mix, unfortunately it still has that little uphill drag and you still have to push those pedals.

Newsletter 2nd July 2016

Eildon, 25th June 2016 – Graded Scratch Races

Another beautiful riding day east of the divide, not a lot of starters but inspiring enough to have those who rode put pen to paper.  Reports from all grades, check out what you missed out on.