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Newsletter 25th February 2017

Dunlop Road, 18th February 2017 – GSR

There may have been the threat of precipitation and the back straight may have been busy with bargain-hunters and redemption-seekers but that didn’t curtail a good turn out for a good afternoon’s racing.  Reports from most grades in this week’s newsletter and an epic on the Wellington to Auckland Cycle Challenge from John Williams – read on.

Newsletter 18th February 2017

Casey Fields, 11th February 2017

Mercifully, conditions were milder at Casey Fields last Saturday. To judge by the reports inside, the novel ‘short course’ inspired some bold racing.

Also inside is a must-read article from Dean Niclasen (pictured in action below) from last weekend’s Victorian Para-cycling State Championships. What Dean doesn’t say in his article is that he took 1st place in the C5 road race and individual time trial. Congratulations, Dean!

And towards the back you’ll find a nice pair of wheels that Alison Skene wishes to sell. News from John Williams at the Wellington to Auckland Cycle Challenge in New Zealand has been held over, but John reports that we have no idea what we are missing.

Newsletter 11th February 2017

Casey Fields, 4th February 2017

Tipping the limits of club policy it was a small and select group that took to the track for some hot laps, the conditions taking their toll on all in attendance including old Tom Cobley.  Despite the conditions (or because of them) the b-grade contingent were inspired to tell their tale – 4 reports from them and a couple more to whet your racing legs.

Newsletter 4th February 2017

Dunlop Road, 28th January 2017 – GSR

School’s back and so were the riders.  Some good racing at our favourite haunt, but despite the numbers only a couple of race reports for your enjoyment – read on.