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Month: January 2008

Phil Anderson Classic Criterium

Written by Jenny Macpherson Entries are very low for the Victorian Women's Criterium Championships, which will be held as part of the Phil Anderson Classic at Apollo Bay on Saturday February 9, starting at 3.20pm. It's a rare opportunity to race on the Great Ocean Road, as part of the Great Ocean Sports Festival.

Women’s Coffee Crits at Glenvale

Written by Mal Sawford  The Women's Coffee Crit Series is back this weekend!                 Time: – 8.00am, Sunday 3rd February Venue: – Glenvale Cres, Mulgrave (Melways Ref: 80 B2) The Coffee Crit series, introduced by CycleSport Victoria's Women's Commission, is aimed at female cyclists with little or no

February Club Meeting Monday Night

Written by Mal Sawford All CCCC members are encouraged to have a say in the running of Australia's Premier club. Come along – maybe join us for a great meal in the Bistro from 6.30 onwards – then head upstairs to be part of the action. We welcome everyone from the silent observor to

Guerciotti.it Leader Board 29/1

Written by Mal Sawford     Andrew Stadler CCCC 143 Dylan Boone CCCC 76 Chris Broeren CCCC 70 Anthony Smith CCCC 68 Peter Kirhham CCCC 59 Peter Johnstone Chel. 59 Trent Brown CCCC 59 Matt Shea CCCC 57 Robin Donohue CCCC 54 Jason Kruger CCCC 53

ALWAYS ANOTHER DAY

Tonight we raced at Sandown and fortunately all races were completed. Warmed up with Warren Knevitt in fine rain and did not look to good. Races commenced dry but then light rain for first 3 laps of C grade before it stopped. Reasonably fast for this grade and no riders got away always came

Attention Track Sprinters: TSSS Round 4

Written by Carl Brewer A reminder that Round 4 of the Trek Summer Sprint Series is on this Sunday, 3rd Feb.  The series is a graded match sprint series, with 3 grades racing on each day. Riders qualify at first with flying 200s and are then split into grades where there will be a round robin

Sandown Twilight racing January 29

Written by Mal Sawford   Intermittent drizzle fell over the Sandown circuit as race time approached, but the warm track surface meant that the track, which can get pretty slippery in the wet, stayed safely dry. The rain eased off for most of the racing, before a heavier patch in the final minutes of

PAINTERS APPRENTICE

The last three days have made me feel like a roadie again albeit and old one. Saturday, Sunday and today I met Col Rourke early and covered on average 100 kms each day. Will see if my old legs have enough left to race tomorrow night at Sandown. Whilst I would not handle hitting

EQUIPMENT MAKES A HELL OF A DIFFERENCE

When you compare equipment in particular for the pursuit events I posted yesterday, equipment is chalk and cheese. Back then ordinary bikes of the day with nothing aerodynamic, standard bars, leather helmet, no overshoes, no disc wheels, no aero bars etc etc. A bloody slow track by today’s standards. Also in 1964 Vic Browne

NEW RECORDS

Tonight I looked in a program December 12th 1964. The record for the paced 200 metres flying was reduced to 10.8 seconds by Barry Waddell. The hour record was also improved to 26 miles 816 yds by Barry Waddell. Barry also won 5 Herald Sun Tours straight. This man was an incredible rider and