Carnegie Caulfield Cycling Club (CCCC) is the largest bicycle racing club in Australia and is home to over 650 members of all ages and abilities. We run road and track (velodrome) racing year round. We are affiliated with Cycling Australia, the peak body of the sport in Australia under the auspices of the International Cycling Union (UCI), and CycleSport Victoria, the peak body in our state.
CCCC was founded in 1924 as the Carnegie Amateur Cycling Club. The advent of Open racing saw the Carnegie Amateurs merge with the Brighton-South Caulfield Professional Cyclists Association in July 1984, and adopt the name “Carnegie Caulfield Cycling Club Inc”.
We have a fantastic development program in place to help our members make the most of their potential, with a particularly strong Junior Development Program. At the elite end of the spectrum, CCCC members compete internationally for profesional teams, with Australian national teams, the Victorian Institute of Sport or the National Talent Identifaction programmes.
While CCCC is proud to support our elite athletes, the vast majority of us are ordinary B, C, D and E Grade riders, with jobs, families and educations on the go. If you would like to know more about getting involved in the great sport of cycling, we’re here to help!