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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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Newsletters

Newsletter – 4 August 2018

Yarra Glen, 28 July 2018 – Tour de Metro (Eastern vs Northern) round 4

A lightweight newsletter this week, with the news that Northern reclaimed the Tour de Metro series trophy at Yarra Glen on Saturday. Well done, even so, to all who took part in an enjoyable and hard-fought series of races. This week’s issue has results and a smattering of other news.


Newsletter – 28 July 2018

Gruyere, 21 July 2018 – Tour de Metro (Eastern vs Northern) round 3

Day 3 of the Tour de Metro (Eastern vs Northern) at Gruyere last Saturday, and the series took a turn in the right direction. It’s still a big ask going into the final round at Yarra Glen. There are  results and race reports from Gruyere, an update on the individual series points standings, and a bumper crop of social notes.


Newsletter – 21 July 2018

Casey Fields, 14 June 2018 – GSR

Interclub rivalry went on hold last Saturday for a round of graded scratch races at Casey Fields. The newsletter has results (from Casey and the Loop) and race reports, plus a dispatch from the Pyrenees (the French ones), a reminder about an important meeting, and social notes.


Newsletter – 14 July 2018

National Boulevard, 8 July 2018 – Tour de Metro (Eastern vs Northern) round 2

After two rounds of the Tour de Metro, Northern leads the series by 124 points to 83, but we’re still fighting. This week’s newsletter has results and reports from National Boulevard on Sunday, an individual aggregate points update, some great photos from Pete Morris and a call to arms for the rest of the series.


Newsletter – 7 July 2018

National Boulevard, 1 July 2018 – Tour de Metro (Eastern vs Northern) round 1

It’s a cut-price newsletter this week, with just a quick update on the progress of the Tour de Metro and an appeal for more riders in the next round on Sunday, plus a couple of other bits of news.


Newsletter – 30 June 2018

Seymour, 23 June 2018 – VCV Open handicap

The VCV Open Handicap at Seymour last Saturday, hosted by Eastern, went off smoothly. A big thank-you to race sponsor David Richards from Croydon Cycleworks. Five groups were represented in the top 10, including three Eastern riders, and Sue Sharples was fastest unplaced woman. Read perspectives from both ends of the field.


Newsletter – 23June 2018

Gruyere, 16 June 2018 – Toy Bricks Toughen Up series, race 4

Lots of news this week from the final race (at Gruyere) of the Toy Bricks Toughen Up series, which was decisively won by Phil Smith. A feast of reading includes race reports and results. Plus important updates on the forthcoming Tour de Metro series of four races between Eastern and Northern.


Newsletter – 16 June 2018

Yarra Glen, 9 June 2018 – Toy Bricks Toughen Up series, race 3

The weather gods smiled on race 3 of the Toy Bricks Toughen Up series at Yarra Glen last Saturday. A dubious forecast gave way to a fine afternoon with little wind, and good numbers took to the road for an afternoon’s hard racing. Results, race reports and series points tally are inside, along with news of success in the Northern Team Time Trial last Sunday, dispatches from abroad and more.


Newsletter – 9 June 2018

Casey Fields, 2 June 2018 – GSR

A round of graded scratch races at Casey Fields last Saturday. Good conditions, good numbers – a good day’s racing. No reports from Saturday but a bit of a look at Wednesday crits at the Loop instead, with an emphasis on women riders. And this week’s ‘high pass in Europe’ photo is …


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.


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