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Road Race Report / 3 Roads "all-in" Handicap 16th June 2018
« on: June 17, 2018, 05:42:06 AM »
All in Handicap:
Good field lined up in the weekends Bathurst Cycling Clubs handicap considering the cold tough windy conditions.
 
Experienced riders Marian Renshaw and Rosemary Hastings had control of things early with the leaders working smoothly. But it was C Grade group that would soon challenge for the lead an look an excellent chance of winning.

Back in the field the 3 Backmarkers (Hutton Rayner & Windsor) had started fast to work off there 23minutes handicap. While impressive youngsters Luke Tuckwell and Ben Anderson had the experience of Richard Hobson and Ryan ODonnell in their 3 minute bunch and where making the ground on the B Grade bunch.

However at the final turn it was the three backmarker lead by Craig Hutton who raced to the lead that fast that only Tony Shaw could follow them. On the final climb Tony Shaw lost contact leaving Craig Hutton Brad Rayner and Mark Windsor fight out the finish.
 
Hutton took a well deserved win with Rayner second and Windsor third, Tony Shaw’s 4th place was another good performance for the cycling newcomer with Richard Hobson in the prizemoney in his first race since the Grafton to Inverell Race.

Rosemary Hastings who was close to the lead for the entire race was a very deserving winner of the best placed female on the day.

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Pro Racing / Adriatica Lonica Tour UCI 2.1
« on: June 15, 2018, 06:04:23 AM »
Adriatica Lonica Tour UCI 2.1
The Serenissima Adriatica Lonica is a 5 day Tour starting the 20th June to the 24th June 2018 in the Republic of Venice.
Mark Cavendish Mark Renshaw and Dimension Data Sprint Squad are likely to add the event to their program as extra preparation for the 2018 Tour de France given the unlucky run the world’s best sprinter has had this season with falls/ injuries and sickness.

The event starts with a 24km Team Time Trial at Musile di Piave; followed by stages to Maser  (150km), Passo Giau (160) and the long Grado stage of 230km, before the short ride of 125km to Trieste on the final day.

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Details for the Junior Championships

Western Division Junior Championships 2018
Dear Western Division Juniors and Families,
Bathurst Juniors are very excited to be hosting the upcoming 2018 Western Division Junior Championships on 30/6/18. With a full program planned for the day the Bathurst Junior Families hope you can make it!

In Summary:
Program will roll through with ITT, Road race and Criterium. If time allows we will conduct the Town Cup Team “Italian pursuit” at Sulman Park if not we will hold on the velodrome during the seniors road race.
Reconvene 12.00 noon at Velodrome Clubhouse, Vale Road for Town Cup, BBQ, Presentation and Tour de France Activities will occur during the seniors road race.

Date: Saturday 30th June
Venue: Sulman Park, Mt Panorama, Bathurst -  This course is a closed road. Refer to Google Maps, Sulman Park Mt Panorama NSW 2795 for directions.
Titles: Western Division Junior ITT, Road Race, Criterium and Junior Pursuit Teams Town Cup
Junior Pursuit Teams Town Cup: Would Club Junior Coaches/Representatives please contact Marian Renshaw 0438 413 423 to discuss how this event will work so Juniors can do some practising prior to the event.
Entry: Please register your junior riders intention to compete before Wednesday 27 th June.

Please send registrations to Bathurst.junior.cycling@gmail.com
Please include Rider Name, Age Division and Club.

Entry Fee: $5.00 per rider, please pay in cash on the day.
Prizes: Western Division Ribbons for 1 st , 2 nd and 3 rd place for all age groups and all events.
The Town Cup is a perpetual Trophy and will be awarded to the winning Team, to take pride of place for 12 months.

Program:
Start Time: Saturday 30/6/18
8.00 am gates open
8.15 am registration open - Sign on, Entry Fee collection, Licence check, Helmet and Roll out check.
9.00 am racing starts

Categories: U9 Participation B/G, U9 B/G, U11 B/G, U13 B/G, U15 B/G*.
Boys and girls will be racing together however separate prizes awarded.
*NB: U15 - this category is for those riders who have not transitioned to graded senior racing. Those U15 riders who are racing at Club graded level will compete in the Senior Western Division Graded Category.

Event Schedule:
Individual Time Trial
9.00am ITT: All divisions to marshalling
U9P – 1 lap yellow course 1.2km
U9+ - 2 laps yellow course, 2.4 km all categories

Road Race:
roll into Road Race: All divisions to marshalling
U9 Participation: 1 lap red/yellow course, 2.45 km
U9 B/G: 2 laps red/yellow course, 4.9 km
U11 B/G: 3 laps red and yellow course, 7.35 km
U13 B/G: 5 laps red and yellow course, 12.25 km
U15 B/G: 6 laps red and yellow course, 14.7 km

Criterium:
Roll into Criterium: All divisions to marshalling
U9 Participation: 1 lap yellow course 1.2km
U9: 3 laps yellow course 3.6km
U11: 10mins + 2 laps yellow course
U13/15: 12 mins + 2 laps yellow course

Roll into town cup if time:
Yellow course
12.00noon: Clubhouse Velodrome, Vale Road
BBQ, presentation, Tour de France activities.

Additional Information:
The Junior Championships will be finished in time for senior riders to travel to the Clubhouse for the Western Division Senior Road Championship.
Due to time constraints Bathurst CC will not be running a refreshment stall at Sulman Park, but we invite you to join us at the clubhouse for a sausage sandwich after.
Sulman Park has toilet facilities. There is no seating. Mt Panorama is notorious for its changing weather, please bring what you may need to cover all seasons.
Sulman Park has many Sporting Group users. Mt Panorama Motor Cross Club has an event planned for this day. Please drive carefully through from McPhillamy Park through to Sulman Park. For safety all families need to be departed by 12.00 noon for the Bathurst Rifle Club planned activities.
Our De France Activities – Bathurst Cycling Club has a recent tradition of making signage and taking a group photo to send a shout out to Mark Renshaw for his planned Tour de France riding. We invite all riders to make a “sign” and bring along to the clubhouse for an even bigger shout out!
Weather – If we are concerned about the weather, a decision will be made Friday to avoid any unnecessary travel. Reserve Date Saturday 7 th July.

Contact Details:
email: bathurst.junior.cycling@gmail.com
Marian Renshaw 0438 413 423

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Pro Racing / 2018 Tour of Slovenia
« on: June 14, 2018, 08:04:43 AM »
Mark Renshaw in D.Data Team, Tim Guy out of the LGX team for the 2018 Tour of Slovenia:

As expected Mark Renshaw will race with Mark Cavendish in the  Dimension Data Team, while Tim Guy will not be in the Ljubljana Gusto Xaurum team for the 2018 Tour of Slovenia after sickness in the lead up races in Italy.

The Team rosters are:
Dimension Data - Mark Cavendish, Mark Renshaw, Natnael Berhane, Johann Van Zyl, Jaco Venter, Amanuel Gebreigzabhier
Ljubljana Gusto Xaurum - Tadej Pogacar, Ziga Jerman, Ziga Rucigaj, Ben Hill, Izidor Penko, Matic Groselj, Tilen Finkst

The 2018 Tour of Slovenia starts with a couple of sprint stages to Murska Sobota on Day 1 and Rogaska Slatina on day 2, which is hilly than the first stage but a bunch sprint still expected. Tougher day on the 15th June to Celje, while stage 4 Kamnik is the toughest Stage of the tour before a TTT (20km) on the final day.     

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Pro Racing / 2018 Maraton Franja Ljubljana
« on: June 13, 2018, 08:49:33 AM »
Would Tim Guy be the only rider to participate in the Bathurst Cycling Classic B2B and the Maraton Franja Ljubljana?

Both events are rounds of the Cycling Age Group World Series and Tim Guy has a wonderful connection with both - having finished on the podium in the Blayney to Bathurst B2B challenge Weekend and now part of the oldest Granfondo on the World Series, the Maraton Franja in Ljubljana, which is his current home away from home in the European Summer.

In 2018, Round 10 of the UCI Gran Fondo World Series was Blayney to Bathurst Cyclo Sportif with Round 15 of the World Series the Maraton Franja at Slovenia's capital city where Tim Guy and his Pro Team - Ljubljana Gusto Xaurum, where part of the big promotion with the event drawing over 7000 riders over the 3 days.

More Info Here
http://en.franja.org/homepage.html

History of the Maraton Franja Ljubljana
http://en.franja.org/history_of_marathon_franja.html

B2B Cyclo Sportif Challenge 2017 Video
https://youtu.be/3yJ1-F9sVWg


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Road Race Report / 2018 SENIOR Western Division Road Championships
« on: June 07, 2018, 05:52:03 AM »
Still Proposal Details Only as of 7th June 2018 - Still waiting on Sanctioning - Stay Tuned for more.

PROPOSED 2018 SENIOR WESTERN DIVISION ROAD CHAMPIONSHIPS:
Bathurst – Bathurst Bike Park – Vale Road Bathurst.
Saturday - 30th June 2018, (Reserve date – No Reserve Date Available at this time)
 
TIME: 12:00 mid-day registration (closed 12:15pm) for a 12:30pm start (see Note Below)
AGE Divisions: Senior Divisions (U19s, U23s Elite & Masters with U17s & U15s racing on Club Event Approvals – ie Coaches Parents & Guardians are to consider the stress on all U15 U17 riders before entering the events).
EVENTS: Road Race Championship - Graded Scratch races (4 Grades): However the BCC can change this event to an alternate Course or to a Criterium depending on Road Conditions and Approvals - (Please be aware, at this point we a waiting on CNSW sanctioning and Road Works to be completed - so the Road Race only a proposal at this point and it is possible for the course to change or be postponed on the day when the final risk assessment takes place)

ENTRIES – To Consider the Championships Handicapping & Planning All Initial Entries should be ONLINE ONLY – See the Attached Link….
https://www.webscorer.com/register?raceid=138645

So there is only Money Collected on the day before the race – There is a chance you will be able to get in the event on the day (ie Last Minute Rego) if you get there a bit earlier, but it is likely you will be handicapped into a harder grade as a penalty. 

For the latest info on the event, See the Bathurst Club Web Site or their FaceBook Site. Also there will be a summary on the Western NSW Cycling Site (This Page!) -- http://www.nswcycling.com/forum/index.php?action=post;board=5.0

COURSE INFO:
A B & C Grade (Long Course):
Start Bathurst Bike Park (Neutral to Rail lines at Perthville) then continue straight along the Trunkey/Vale Rd to Georges Plains, where you go over the bridge and turn Right towards Trunkey Creek on the Trunkey/Vale Rd. 
Continue to the turn at the Cross Road Neutral U Turn, (approx. 34km from Bathurst) and then return to the Bike Park Finish.
Note the change to race conditions (RTZ) after Perthville (approx. 3km) which includes no more than 2 abreast to avoid any impact on local traffic.
In simple terms, it is just a 58km (Approx.) out and back course from the Bike Park. 

D Grade (Short Course):
Start Bathurst Bike Park (Neutral to Rail lines at Perthville) then continue straight on the Trunkey/Vale Rd to Georges Plains, where you go over the bridge and turn left onto Cow Flat Road. Continue to the turn at the Quarry Hill Neutral U Turn, back to Georges Plains and continue straight (SouthWest on Trunkey/Vale Road) out to the Newbridge Neutral U Turn.
Then back through Georges Plains & Perthville to the Bike Park Finish obeying the change to race conditions (RTZ) between Perthville and the Bike Park (which includes 2 abreast max to avoid any impact on local traffic). Approx. 30km.

IMPORTANT INFORMATION:
As per the Bathurst Cycling Club Event Management Plan there are a number of Competition Neutral Zones (CNZ) on these Courses. All Competitors must take the time to understand these CNZs and by signing on you confirm you understand the Competition Rules (especially Neutral U Turn, Neutral Zones, and Respect the Traffic Zones (RTZ) )

Obey all Road Rules – eg - please note there are a number of Rail Crossing anyone illegally passing through a Rail Crossing will be Disqualified.

This is a Test Case for events at the bike park – Due to the expected low number of entries but good cross section of competitors this event has been identified as a trial, and will be the first time a Road Event will finish at the Bathurst Bike Park. This means that competitors are to take extra care and responsibility, eg the corner into the park has a section of dirt, which all competitors must take time to observe before the event. Please Note; that the finish has been moved up the hill in the park to ensure there is no advantage attacking through the corner, as the sprint should not start until well inside the Park Boundary.

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Junior Racing / 2018 PORT MACQUARIE JUNIOR TOUR
« on: June 07, 2018, 01:29:47 AM »
PORT MACQUARIE JUNIOR TOUR
This weekend (9th &10th June 2018) PORT MACQUARIE host their JUNIOR TOUR at Burrawan Forest Drive Courses. Last year’s event was effected by the rain so the local junior making the trip are hoping for better weather in 2018. Local Racers include -

Under 11s
Paige Squire of Bathurst and Dubbo’s Emily Hines will be strong contenders in the Under 11s
Under 13s
Bathurst has Ebony Robinson while Dubbos Makayla Fuller and Imogen Fuller
Under 15
Bathurst champion Luke Tuckwell is racing the U15B with Oranges Ben Anderson plus Dubbo Pair Zac Fuller and Trent Hines. While Zara Fuller Dubbo is racing in the U15G
Under 17s
Kalinda Robinson will represent Bathurst in the U17G, while Dubbo have 3 riders in the U17B - Mitchell Hines, Daniel Barber and Dylan Eather plus Haylee Fuller in the under17 girls
Dubbo CC

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In the Media / News June 2018
« on: June 07, 2018, 12:51:53 AM »
Tamsyn Moana-Veale sprints to her maiden Bundesliga win
ANYA WHITELAW June 6 2018
Bathurst triathlon star Tamsyn Moana-Veale out-sprinted Hungarian Zsófia Kovács to pick up the first Bundesliga win of her career on Saturday
https://www.westernadvocate.com.au/story/5449680/moana-veale-flies-to-a-bundesliga-sprint-win/?cs=116

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Road Race Report / 2018 JUNIOR Western Division Road Championships
« on: June 06, 2018, 11:08:47 PM »
Confirmed Details for Junior Championship:

Western Division Junior Championships 2018
Dear Western Division Juniors and Families,
Bathurst Juniors are very excited to be hosting the upcoming 2018 Western Division Junior Championships on 30/6/18. With a full program planned for the day the Bathurst Junior Families hope you can make it!


In Summary:
Program will roll through with ITT, Road race and Criterium. If time allows we will conduct the Town Cup Team “Italian pursuit” at Sulman Park if not we will hold on the velodrome during the seniors road race.
Reconvene 12.00 noon at Velodrome Clubhouse, Vale Road for Town Cup, BBQ, Presentation and Tour de France Activities will occur during the seniors road race.

Date: Saturday 30th June
Venue: Sulman Park, Mt Panorama, Bathurst -  This course is a closed road. Refer to Google Maps, Sulman Park Mt Panorama NSW 2795 for directions.
Titles: Western Division Junior ITT, Road Race, Criterium and Junior Pursuit Teams Town Cup
Junior Pursuit Teams Town Cup: Would Club Junior Coaches/Representatives please contact Marian Renshaw 0438 413 423 to discuss how this event will work so Juniors can do some practising prior to the event.
Entry: Please register your junior riders intention to compete before Wednesday 27 th June.

Please send registrations to Bathurst.junior.cycling@gmail.com
Please include Rider Name, Age Division and Club.

Entry Fee: $5.00 per rider, please pay in cash on the day.
Prizes: Western Division Ribbons for 1 st , 2 nd and 3 rd place for all age groups and all events.
The Town Cup is a perpetual Trophy and will be awarded to the winning Team, to take pride of place for 12 months.

Program:
Start Time: Saturday 30/6/18
8.00 am gates open
8.15 am registration open - Sign on, Entry Fee collection, Licence check, Helmet and Roll out check.
9.00 am racing starts

Categories: U9 Participation B/G, U9 B/G, U11 B/G, U13 B/G, U15 B/G*.
Boys and girls will be racing together however separate prizes awarded.
*NB: U15 - this category is for those riders who have not transitioned to graded senior racing. Those U15 riders who are racing at Club graded level will compete in the Senior Western Division Graded Category.

Event Schedule:
Individual Time Trial
9.00am ITT: All divisions to marshalling
U9P – 1 lap yellow course 1.2km
U9+ - 2 laps yellow course, 2.4 km all categories

Road Race:
roll into Road Race: All divisions to marshalling
U9 Participation: 1 lap red/yellow course, 2.45 km
U9 B/G: 2 laps red/yellow course, 4.9 km
U11 B/G: 3 laps red and yellow course, 7.35 km
U13 B/G: 5 laps red and yellow course, 12.25 km
U15 B/G: 6 laps red and yellow course, 14.7 km

Criterium:
Roll into Criterium: All divisions to marshalling
U9 Participation: 1 lap yellow course 1.2km
U9: 3 laps yellow course 3.6km
U11: 10mins + 2 laps yellow course
U13/15: 12 mins + 2 laps yellow course

Roll into town cup if time:
Yellow course
12.00noon: Clubhouse Velodrome, Vale Road
BBQ, presentation, Tour de France activities.

Additional Information:
The Junior Championships will be finished in time for senior riders to travel to the Clubhouse for the Western Division Senior Road Championship.
Due to time constraints Bathurst CC will not be running a refreshment stall at Sulman Park, but we invite you to join us at the clubhouse for a sausage sandwich after.
Sulman Park has toilet facilities. There is no seating. Mt Panorama is notorious for its changing weather, please bring what you may need to cover all seasons.
Sulman Park has many Sporting Group users. Mt Panorama Motor Cross Club has an event planned for this day. Please drive carefully through from McPhillamy Park through to Sulman Park. For safety all families need to be departed by 12.00 noon for the Bathurst Rifle Club planned activities.
Our De France Activities – Bathurst Cycling Club has a recent tradition of making signage and taking a group photo to send a shout out to Mark Renshaw for his planned Tour de France riding. We invite all riders to make a “sign” and bring along to the clubhouse for an even bigger shout out!
Weather – If we are concerned about the weather, a decision will be made Friday to avoid any unnecessary travel. Reserve Date Saturday 7 th July.

Contact Details:
email: bathurst.junior.cycling@gmail.com
Marian Renshaw 0438 413 423

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General Discussion / Vale David "Curls" Conroy
« on: June 04, 2018, 07:10:33 AM »
A Real Well Known Bathurst Personality

The Bathurst Cycling Club has lost one of its most popular club members with the passing of David "Curls" Conroy.

Curls was more than a good rider with the club as in more recent times he was involved with the Junior Development and providing plenty of encouragement and mechanical advise.

Curls was certainly a good cyclist showing plenty on talent in the bigger NSW Handicaps as a young rider, in fact he was only 17years old when he finished in the major placings in the 1976 160km Nyngan-to-Dubbo.

His love of cycling was obvious when he got his sons Cruz and Harrison involved in the Bathurst Cycling Club, with both taking podium positions in Club Championships. An excellent handicap rider himself, the 2008 Remembrance Day Trophy Race was special day for Curls, with Cruz Conroy taking the win and Harrison also in the top 5 in the long running Bathurst event.

A good Cyclist and a real good bloke - Curls will be very sadly missed.

http://tributes.westernadvocate.com.au/obituaries/westernadvocate-au/obituary.aspx?n=david-conroy&pid=189205584

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Tim Guy in Action in Italy last weekend.

Local Professional cyclist Tim Guy was in action on the weekend in Italy racing the Trofeo Alcide Degasperi on Saturday 3rd June and the Coppa della Pace on the Sunday. Sadly Tim was sick for both the events forcing an early retirement in the Trofeo Alcide Degasperi.

Dimension Data for Qhubeka team riders featured heavily in both races with African U23 Champion Stefan de Bod breaking clear with Team Biesse’s Simone Ravanelli to fight out the Trofeo Alcide Degasperi, while Matteo Sobrero won the Coppa della Pace for Dimension Data after finishing runner up in the Gran Premio Industrie del Marmo a couple of weeks ago.

Tim was disappointed to be crook for the 63rd running of the Trofeo Alcide Degasperi, given the past winners included Bahrain Merida Sprinter Sonny Colbrelli and top class Mitchelton-Scott Sprinter Matteo Trentin who defeated Moreno Moser in 2011, Australia has also been on the podium with Rohan Dennis (BMC) and Damien Howson (Mitchelton-Scott).

Determined to keep focused on Day2, Tim pushed hard early in the Coppa della Pace (a race that Australian Richie Porte has finished on the Podium) hoping to be feeling a little healthier for the 170km event at Sant'Ermete near Remini on Italy’s classic Adriatic coast.

Showing plenty of determination early to get up the front and follow some moves, things where looking much better for Tim at the Coppa della Pace, however luck still wasn’t with him as he crashed and broke a hanger. The bike change went okay but the spare bike set-up was no good, which resulted in more time back in the convoy in the second half of the race having the adjustments done. The result was a tough run onto the climb and a withdrawal from the event but after a much-improved showing from the previous day.   

It was disappointing for the Orange Cyclist to do the events not at his best as it was the major leadup races for the Tour of Slovenia on the 13th June where his Ljubljana Gusto Xaurum will be racing against riders such as Cavendish, Ewan, Kettel and Groenewegen, with many of the sprint trains using the tour in there preparation for the Tour de France. Of Course this would also mean that Tim would be racing alongside Bathurst Champion Mark Renshaw who will be leading out Dimension Data leader Mark Cavendish at the Slovenian race. But sadly Tim’s fitness looks like he may rule him out of the 2018 Tour of Slovenia Ljubljana Gusto Xaurum Team.

RESULTS
63rd Trofeo Alcide Degasperi (1.2) Borgo Valsugana   (166.6k)
1 Simone Ravanelli, 2 Stefan de Bod, 3 Andrea Pietrobon –
Ljubljana Gusto Xaurum Riders - Ziga Rucigaj 12th, Tilen Finkst 33rd, Ben Hill 35th 

47th Coppa della Pace (UCI 1.2) - Sant'Ermete  172km
1 Matteo Sobrero, 2 Giacomo Garavaglia, 3 Raul Colombo

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Road Race Report / Bathurst - Vale Circuit Time Trial
« on: June 02, 2018, 01:26:38 PM »
Race Record for the Historic Vale Circuit

Bathurst Cycling Club held an Individual Time Trial Event on the weekend in 4 separate grades in Cold Windy Conditions.

In form Mark Windsor won A Grade in a course record time of 33m 50.7seconds. He defeated GMP Stulz rider Craig Hutton who was on a road bike for the ITT event with former National Masters ITT Champion Dennis Martin in third place overall.

NSW Junior Champion Luke Tuckwell showed that he has a bright future in the sport recording 37m 17.3sec to defeat good time trialler Steve Jackson in B Grade. Luke’s Father Drew Tuckwell making the B Grade podium with his son in the third best time ahead of Ian Glen and Will Lesh. National Triathlon Series winner Jodie Martin the fastest female on the Day finishing 6th overall in B Grade. Second best Female rider on the day was junior star Kalinda Robinson with Toireasa Gallagher third.

Daniel Googe rode an impressive 39m 52.2sec to defeat Tony Shaw by 9 seconds in C Grade, with Lithgows  Graham Stait & Mick Foran battling it out for 3rd. Darren Fenton defeating David McKellar by only a couple of seconds for 5th.

Great Battle between two mates in D Grade with Rosemary Hastings recording 49m 45.2sec to defeat Marian Renshaw for the win

Overall Placings
Men: 1Mark Windsor 2Craig Hutton 3Dennis Martin 4Luke Tuckwell 5Stephen Jackson
Women: 1Jodie Martin 2Kalinda Robinson 3Toireasa Gallagher 4Rosemary Hastings 5Marian Renshaw

See Results Here --
http://results.sporthive.com/events/PC1535552/races/4887861

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Road Race Report / Bcc Graded Scratch Races
« on: May 26, 2018, 10:50:52 AM »
Graded Scratch Races 26th May 2018
Bathurst Cycling Club contested Graded Scratch races on the historic Vale Circuit, with good fields in 4 separate grades.

GPM Stulz team rider Josh Corcoran has won the Bathurst A Grade Scratch race ahead of his European trip to Belgium in a little over a week. Corcoran was aggressive through out the event breaking clear with Craig Hutton and then Harry Carter before the winning move occurred when Corcoran broke clear with Mark Windsor and GPM Stulz team mate Craig Hutton. Three became two on the final lap when Hutton succumb to jet lag leaving Corcoran and Windsor to battle it out for the win. The in form Corcoran too strong taking an impressive win ahead of Windsor with a determined Brad Rayner chasing hard for third.

The large B Grade field stayed together during the early laps with Tim Scott, Will Lesh and Dave Reece all riding strongly, however on the final lap top class juniors Ben Anderson and Luke Tuckwell lifted the pace and put the entire field under pressure. However with the race decided in a bunch sprint former Western Division Track Champion Drew Carter was too fastest for Ben Anderson and the national medallist Kalinda Robinson who continues her impressive improvement to make the podium and the top placed female on the day. Fourth was NSW junior Champ Luke Tuckwell with master’s champion Jim Lavis 5th infornt of Steve Scott.

Excellent finisher Michael Foran won C Grade defeating John Anderson and "Come-Back-King" Glen Carter with Graham Stait finishing fourth in front of Wayne Powell and Tony Shaw. Brooke Tuynman was the top placed female rider from Toireasa Gallagher with Bruce Hutton Mark Sutton Daniel Googe Rob Stephen and Michael Robinson making up the top 12.

RESULTS
A Grade Josh Corcoran Mark Windsor Brad Rayner
B Grade Drew Carter Ben Anderson Kalinda Robinson
C Grade Michael Foran John Anderson Glen Carter

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Junior Racing / 2018 GOULBURN JUNIOR TOUR
« on: May 18, 2018, 05:19:06 AM »
GOULBURN JUNIOR TOUR:
The 2018 Goulburn Junior Tour will be held on Saturday 19th and Sunday 20th of May on the Cullerin Road, Gunning.
The event is important race as the Road Races on Saturday are State Selection events. Some of the local entries include --

UNDER9
Thomas KARRASCH, org

JUNIOR GIRLS 11
SQUIRE,Paige Bathurst, HINES,Emily Dubbo CC

JUNIOR BOYS 11
KARRASCH William, CRUMP Lachlan and William HOSKINS all of Orange

JUNIOR GIRLS 13
RUSSELL,Isabelle FULLER,Imogen FULLER,Makayla all of Dubbo
and Bathurst riders LOVETT,Charlotte ROBINSON,Ebony

JUNIOR BOYS 13
CRUMP,Cameron BLAND,Xavier Orange
LOVETT,Cadel Bathurst

JUNIOR WOMEN 15
FULLER,Zara Dubbo

JUNIOR MEN 15
TUCKWELL,Luke Bathurst
ANDERSON,Benjamin DIBBLE,Micah Orange
FULLER,Zac HINES,Trent Dubbo CC

JUNIOR WOMEN 17
ROBINSON,Kalinda Bathurst
FULLER,Haylee Dubbo

JUNIOR MEN 17
GOOGE,Daniel Bathurst
BARBER,Daniel NES,Mitchell Dubbo

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Road Race Report / 2018 Grafton to Inverell Classic
« on: May 12, 2018, 01:38:53 PM »
2018 David Reid Homes Grafton to Inverell
Bennelong SwissWellness rider Nathan Elliott has won the 2018 Grafton to Inverell Classic on the weekend in a time of 6:44:16. He defeated Raphael Freienstein (InForm Make Team) and recent Bathurst Cycling Classic Criterium winner Cameron Scott of the Australian Cycling Academy.

Bathurst representative in the Division 1 Will Hodges didn’t finish the event which was held in cold windy conditions

Bathurst also have 6 riders in the Division 2A and 2B events split into 2 d2f Teams. Top finished was Nick North who finished 11th behind winner Dane MURRAY with Richard Hobson 36th (and 12th in the Div 2B Category) and Ryan ODonnell 37th.

Nice ride by Orange Rider Simon HICKEY who finished 34th

See Results at -- http://liveresults.nrs.cycling.org.au/2018/GraftonInverell/index.html

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