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Saturday 17th November 2018
– Dunlop Road GSR

1.30pm Start B, D & F (entries close at 1:15pm)
3.00pm Start A, C & E (entries close at 1:45pm; TeamApp closes at 1.15pm)

NOTE: $12.00 Entry Fee.  Rear tail lights are mandatory.

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Referee

Richard Dobson

Traffic Controllers

Hylton Preece
Dave Brown
John MacLeod

Marshals

John Eddy
Graham Haines
Rob Castellani
Ken Allan
Richard Harvey
John Pritchard
Kevin Mills
Peter Morris
Tony Lateo
Phil Cavelleri
Andre Weber

Newsletters

Newsletter – 2 June 2018

Seymour, 26 May 2018 – 60 km handicap

There’s a bunch of reports and photos this week from last Saturday’s handicap at Seymour, in which four groups including scratch shared the top 10 places. Congratulations to handicap winner Neil Cartledge and fastest rider Phil Cavaleri, among many others. Plus photos from France and sundry other news, including details of the forthcoming Open Handicap – also at Seymour.


Newsletter – 26 May 2018

Gruyere, 19 May 2018 – Toy Bricks Toughen Up series, race 2

Last Saturday we ‘Toughened Up’ some more with graded scratch races at Gruyere. It’s a pretty venue, but repeated ascents of that hill are always hard. This newsletter contains results and race reports, progress scores after two races of the Toy Bricks Toughen Up series, a communiqué from the Blue Sky committee and more.


Newsletter – 19 May 2018

Yarra Glen, 12 May 2018 – Toy Bricks Toughen Up series, race 1

The four-race Toughen Up series, sponsored by Toy Bricks in Bayswater, got off to a successful start last Saturday with a round of graded scratch races at Yarra Glen. Nearly 60 riders braved the up-and-down kermesse course, and most would agree it was a little easier with a tailwind up Glenview Road – easier, but still tough.


Newsletter – 12 May 2018

Casey Fields, 5 May 2018 – Club Criterium Championships

Last Saturday’s 2018 Club Criterium Championships at Casey Fields attracted 62 riders, including a big field of 17 in Men 55–59. Conditions were kind – Casey kind of kind, with only a moderate wind. Well done to all who took part – to the winners and minor placegetters, and also to those from lower grades who might have known they were in for a pasting but took to the start line regardless. There are results, reports and photos in this week’s newsletter.


Newsletter – 5 May 2018

Enterprise Drive, 28 April 2018 – GSR

Only three races (A, C and E Grades) could be completed at Enterprise Drive on Saturday. A letter from Club President Adam Dymond deals with this, plus some changes on the committee and ideas for the future. There’s also a referee’s report from Mark Edwards, race reports from A and E Grades, and two reports from the Benghazi Open Handicap on Anzac Day.