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Month: February 2009

NEXT UP SOON

Our next Masters profile will be up soon. Kerry arranged for some of our masters ladies to do their profiles so it will most likely be a lady next. Shows we are not just pushing men hopefully. Kerry will be back from her latest junket, sorry business trip this weekend and will put up

O’Mara Cycles track racing February 21

Written by Grant Boydell Excellent weather greeted the 29 riders who came to the Omara Cycles Track meeting on Saturday. They were broken into larger groups in order to provide bigger fields and hopefully closer racing.The initial count had 12 in A Grade, 10 in B Grade and the remainder, 7 riders, in C.

Preston Junior Track Open February 14

Written by Graham Fryer Ten Carnegie Juniors turned out for the Preston Junior Track open on Sunday 14 February and they were racing for both individual results and Club pride as once again the Preston Open featured a Club Shield which went to the Club whose riders produced the best results. All riders were

GOOD WIN TOUGH NIGHT

Last night Guy Green won A grade at Southern Vets. I don't personally know Guy but everyone speaks so highly of him as a top Masters cyclist and his results speak for themselves. I recall him racing at Metec with Eastern Vets prior to going to Austria about three years back. He lapped A

MONIES PUT BACK IN

On Wednesday night I drove Aaron Cooper home after training at DISC. Last Sunday in his first crit in ages Aaron came second at Glendale in B grade, not bad for 16 year old specific track trained sprinter. Anyway more on Aaron another time. He was very pleased with his prize money and I

IMPROVED RESULTS WILL FOLLOW

Helen it was good to read your report and the fact that you share your experiences with us. Your results are excellent for the little track work you have done. Rick is a smart coach and will get the best out of you. If you look at Masters results males in their late 30's

SANDOWN TONIGHT

Tonight was another perfect night for racing with a strong South East wind which split many grades. Our C grade field stayed in tact with quite a few unloaded as our race progressed. I did not ride down tonight as I had to pick up a track frame and had no warm up. Took

CCCC at the Women’s Tour of New Zealand

Written by Mal Sawford After two stages of the Women's Tour of New Zealand, Peta Mullens and Emma Rickards (BP Team) are well placed. Both made the split of seven riders at the end of stage 1, with Peta finishing 3rd behind Australian National Team team mate Rochelle Gilmore, and Emma 6th. Gilmore also

VIS DOES REALLY WELL

Last night I commented to Dave Sanders how well he has done with the VIS and the great performances by so many who have come through the VIS and those still in the VIS. The other week I mentioned Gary Sutton, Hilton and John Beasley as the three best coaches of riders, well I

DISC LAST NIGHT

Good training session for all of us and strength efforts for the enduro riders. A 50 lap warm up with me unloaded at 9 laps to go. Those buggers turn it into a race and vary the speed which I dont cope with so well. Hilton told me to join the sprinters behind the