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    Month: April 2007


    The response to Wednesday night training has been very good and I am sure those taking part will get very good value for the dollars over the coming weeks and months. Sprinters will be on the track for warm up at 6.00pm sharp. Endurance riders at 7.00pm sharp. Keeping to a schedule is necessary

    CCCC Juniors enjoy the Leongatha Experience

    Written by Graham Fryer Carnegie juniors were well represented in the first junior road carnival of the season at Leongatha this weekend.  The carnival featured four short-course/criterium races on the Saturday and two open road events on Sunday, including a testing hill climb race and a longer road handicap. Carnegie was the best-represented club


    Recently the numbers at Thursday night racing run by Northcote club have dropped off, in particular A & B grades. If you want to race with no pressure upon you to perform then come along and have a winter hit out.Results 19th April 2007 herewith. A grade – Scratch race1st Adrian Sansonetti Northcote2nd Max


    Mal each week I have read with interest your reports on the racing at Glenvale on Sundays and when time has permitted I have come and watched. I must say the races are very enjoyable to watch, in particular A grade, with so many good riders in the fields and prepared to have a

    Summer Season wrap up

    Written by Mal Sawford   2006/2007 Inexa Race Frames Criterium Season The final race for the season may have been washed out, causing the only cancellation for the entire season, however given Melbourne's long standing drought and current water restrictions there weren't too many complaints. It has been a record year for CCCC's summer


    This morning I awoke to the alarm clock at 5.00am and was hoping it was still raining so I could go back to sleep. Once I got up and out the roads were quite wet in Blackburn South but the sky looked okay so over to the corner of Burwood Highway I rode to


    Ivé had comments made to me about riders overtaking on the Beach Road, cutting in on the riders they are overtaking. Doing this achieves nothing and only risks knocking a less experienced rider off their bike. Some time ago when out training with Doug Garley one Saturday morning I recall a group of about

    AVERAGE SPEED OF Tour de France races, OVER THE YEARS.

    I constantly read about the Tour de France from the first race in 1903 up to today’s modern events. When you look at the bikes they rode, the clothing, the road surfaces, support vehicles and stage distances, you cannot help but marvel at what the early riders actually achieved. For instance the longest stage


    I was asked this morning what racing is conducted at DISC, Joe Ciavola indoor track during the week and throughout winter. On Tuesday night’s Brunswick have racing which is open to any registered rider. I think they commence at 7.30 pm and have various grades. I also understand the last race is a 70

    CCCC success at Vic Crit Championships

    Written by Mal Sawford We were very well represented at the State Criterium Championships for Juniors and Masters aged riders, with  31 CCCC riders making up just over a third of the starters at Casey Fields last Sunday (April 22).  Well done to our latest State Champions: Steph Hansen (Under 15 women) Gary Rosengarten