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Committee Announcements / 2016 Western Division ROAD Championships
« on: November 04, 2017, 08:44:31 AM »
2016 ROAD CHAMPIONSHIPS - RAINED OUT SEE BELOW ---
This Year’s 2016 Western Division Road Champs will be held in Orange with a temporary date as Saturday 10th September on theForest Rd/ Huntley Rd course. (Same as recent Christmas Cup course.) .
The Club is also considering holding the Individual Time Trial Championships as a separate promotion; meanwhile the 2016 WD Criterium Title is likely to be held at Dubbo in May. (See More Below)

2016 Western Division Road Race / ITT Championship details
Road Race – temporary date - Saturday 10th September on the Forest Rd/ Huntley Rd course.
Club Secretary Gina – reports that the traffic approvals are already in place for the Road Race and to stay tuned for final details and final advice on the likelihood of an Individual Time Trial Championship at Orange

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Committee Announcements / Re: 2016 Western Division Criterium Champs
« on: November 04, 2017, 08:43:07 AM »
BRIEF RESULTS -

SENIOR RESULTS - 2016 Western Division Criterium
A Grade 1Luke Ensor 2Adam Mitchell 3Christopher Couper
B Grade 1Jason Farr 2Dylan Eather 3Darrell Wheeler
C Grade 1Heather Ticehurst 2Craig Granger 3Jeff Sargent
D Grade 1Catherine Fuller 2Tom Mannix 3Mathew Wray

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Committee Announcements / Re: 2016 Western Division Criterium Champs
« on: November 04, 2017, 08:42:00 AM »
EMAIL ENTRIES -

Dubbo would like to have as many as possible pre entered by the Wednesday 11th May 2016.
Please email craiggranger@bigpond.com with name, gender, club, age group (juniors); club grade (seniors). This will help greatly with sign on and a smooth start to the day.

PLEASE NOTE - U15 may elect to ride in senior grade if they wish. Please let us know which race category you wish to do when replying. Girls and Boys may be run as separate events if numbers permit but either way there will be separate medals for junior girls and boys.
Current CA race licence and payment required on the day.
SATURDAY CLUB ROAD RACE - The club also extends an invitation for western division club riders to attend our Saturday road race, we will have a 80klm graded scratch race for A, B, and C grades and 40klm scratch race for D and E grades. Sign on from 12.30-1.15pm race start 1.30pm. On our South Geurie course; Cost $10.00 - See details here -
https://goo.gl/maps/AM2ZC

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Committee Announcements / 2016 Western Division Criterium Champs
« on: November 04, 2017, 08:41:07 AM »
2016 WESTERN DIVISION CYCLING CRITERIUM CHAMPIONSHIPS
Dubbo Cycle Club will be hosting the 2016 Criterium championships at their approved Criterium course.

Date: Sunday 15th May 2016
Cost: Junior $5 and Grade $10
Sign On:   7.30am to 8.15am
First Race: 8.30am U9s
 
Please email craiggranger@bigpond.com with name, gender, club, age group (juniors); club grade (seniors).  Current CA race licence and payment required on the day   

Program of races: See Dubbo Website for latest details
U9s girl and boy 10min + 2 laps
U11 girl and boy 10min + 2 laps
U13 girl and boy 15min + 2 laps
U15 girl and boy 15min + 2 laps
U15 may elect to ride in senior grade if they wish.
D grade 25min + 2 laps
C grade 30min + 2 laps
B grade 40 min + 2 laps
A grade 50 min + 2 laps
 
Location: Fletchers Industrial Estate off Yarrandale Road.
Course is:- Allen Rd, Tighe St & Gill St

http://www.amcdubbo.com/listings/commercial_sale-211392-dubbo/

WARNING - There will be lots of cathead burs so once parked stay parked. It would be a good idea to bring some thick blankets or old carpet to put under rollers or trainers and carry bikes to the tared roads also try not to walk on the roads as burs will be in shoe soles and can dislodge when walking on the road.

COURSE UPDATE -
This is an important up date for the 2016 Western Division Criterium Championships Sunday 15th May 2016 hosted by Dubbo Cycle Club.
Due to safety concerns and fair competition for all - the course lay out for the event has been changed for all groups and grades taking part. It will now be the square block of road way.
Also due to the high concerns of punctures we have moved the parking off the lots and will have parking on the road way as you enter the site on the day at 45deg as directed on the northern lane and centre Island lane.

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Committee Announcements / Re: 2016 Western Division Track Championships
« on: November 04, 2017, 08:39:38 AM »
More info from Orange Cycling on the Western Division Track Champs
- see webite site for lastest info: -

Western Division Track Carnival.
Sunday 6th March 2016 at Orange Velodrome.
Orange Cycle club will be holding the Western Division Track Carnival on Sunday 6th March 2016 at Orange Velodrome.

JUNIOR RACING
Juniors from Under 9 Participation right up to Under 15's (Under 15's may also elect to ride with seniors), will have a Individual Time Trial, Derby/Elimination, Scratch Race, Skill Challenge and the Mark Renshaw Cup which will be a inter club Italian Pursuit.
10am sign on , 10:30am Warmup and 11am Start.

SENIOR RACING
Seniors A-D Grade (Numbers Permitting) will compete in a 1 Lap Time Trial, 4 Lap Scratch Race, Keirin (Heats and Finals), and a 20 Lap Points Race.
Sign on from 1:30pm, Warmup 2pm for a 2:30 Start.

DETAILS
Location will be at the Orange Velodrome in Sale St Orange
Cost $10 for Juniors and $25 for Seniors.
$1000 Prize money plus Trophies,
Junior Presentations will be done following the Junior Carnival, and the Senior Peresentation completed at the end of the Senior Carnival.

Entries: Please email admin@occ.org.au, with name, gender, club, age group (Juniors) / Club Grade (Seniors).

Current Cycling Australia licence and payment will be required on the day, registration on the day will attract an extra $10 Surcharge.
Canteen and BBQ will be available on the day , Jespresso will also be there to provide Coffee and more as well as Dinner available from Hotel Canobolas after the presentation.

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Committee Announcements / 2016 Western Division Track Championships
« on: November 04, 2017, 08:38:52 AM »
2015/16 Western Division Track Championships

Orange is hosting the Western Division Track Championships on Sunday 6 March.  Once again the Orange Cycling Club has organised some great sponsors and are able to offer $1000 in prize money (including vouchers for the kids), trophies and some fantastic giveaways from MET Helmets.

Please email admin@occ.org.au with your entries (name, gender, club, age group (juniors), club grade (seniors).  Early entries will assist with grading prior to the event.  Last minute entries will be still be taken on the day.

The kids will be competing in a timed Skills Event which will count towards points for the Championships.  More details of this event to follow frpm Mitch.

Orange did a wonderful job last year so make sure you all support this carnival again in 2016.

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Committee Announcements / 2015 SENIOR Western NSW Road Championships
« on: November 04, 2017, 08:37:13 AM »
PLEASE NOTE - EVENT CANCELLED -
(With Original Dates not complying with Traffic Control - and then sanctioning not available for any of the new proposed dates (including 6th December 2015) - Mudgee Cycling Club has decided to cancel their turn to run the titles in 2015)

2015 Western NSW Road Championships
Mudgee, NSW - PLEASE NOTE - Championships Cancelled - Sanctioning unavailable for the 6th December.

10.00am Graded Individual Time Trial Championships (Start time to be confirmed)
1:30pm Graded Road Race Championships (Start time to be confirmed)

DETAILS
Oatley Winery on Craigmoor Road, Mudgee will be the venue for the 2015 Road Race Championships with the Individual Time Trial Championships to be on Wilbertree road.

The Robert Oatley 'Craigmoor' winery and vineyard is oldest in Mudgee is continuing to support cycling and the Western NSW Cycling Championships by donating some of their wine and allowing the organisers to use their facility for the Championships. With such a quality product we expect competitors to support the historic winery as it offers such an outstanding venue for the championships.

The course for the road races will be slightly different to that of the recent CNSW open event as the western region event doesn’t go onto the Ulan Road, it will be about 55km and not as difficult.

LATEST Announcement - PLEASE NOTE - EVENT CANCELLED - With Original Dates not complying with Traffic Control - and then sanctioning not available for any of the new proposed dates (including 6th December 2015) - Mudgee Cycling Club has decided to cancel their turn to run the titles in 2015)
 
Sadly the cancelling of the 2015 Western Division Road couldn't be avoided - For most of the year the club battled with gaining road permissions for any racing at all. Once resolved both Mudgee Cycle & Tri Clubs were committed to the Mudgee Running festival plus the Mudgee Wine Festival is also playing havoc with scheduling of the Western Division Titles. All Alternates were considered and but it simply became to difficult. Orange Cycling club have already suggested a proposed date for the 2016 Western Division in September.

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In the Media / News May 2017
« on: November 04, 2017, 08:31:25 AM »
Racing

Craig Hutton wins John Butler Memorial Trophy
WESTERN ADVOCATE 10 May 2017,
CRAIG Hutton claimed his first win in the John Butler Memorial Trophy on Sunday after sprinting clear from Jayson Austin, Billy Hutton, Mark Windsor and Richard Hobson.
http://www.westernadvocate.com.au/story/4651182/hutton-too-strong-in-sprint/?cs=116



Mark Renshaw will make his comeback in the Tour of California
ANYA WHITELAW 13 May 2017
BATHURST cyclist Mark Renshaw will make his return from injury this week when he forms part of Dimension Data’s Tour of California team.
http://www.westernadvocate.com.au/story/4659597/bathurst-cyclist-to-get-back-in-saddle/?cs=116

Bathurst BMX Club duo win finals at Penrith Open | Video
ANYA WHITELAW 23 May 2017
BATHURST BMX Club duo Joel Goulding and Hayley Wolfenden dominated their divisions at the recent Penrith Open, clean sweeping all of their motos before finding success in the final.
http://www.westernadvocate.com.au/story/4680327/bathurst-bmx-club-duo-win-finals-at-penrith-open-video/?cs=116

Six Bathurst riders taking on Grafton to Inverell Classic
ALEXANDER GRANT 10 May 2017
Richard Hobson, Ryan O’Donnell, Jayson Austin, Stephen Dunstall, Nick North and Daniel Went will take on the 228-kilometre Grafton to Inverell Classic on Saturday in a brutal endurance challenge.
http://www.westernadvocate.com.au/story/4649765/prepare-to-climb/?cs=116

Jay Austin and Richard Hobson strong in Grafton to Inverell division two race
ALEXANDER GRANT 16 May 2017
JAY Austin and Richard Hobson came close to division two success in one of Australia’s toughest one-day cycling events at the Grafton to Inverell Cycle Classic.
http://www.westernadvocate.com.au/story/4662466/austin-hobson-produce-big-rides/?cs=116

Tri

Bathurst’s triathletes shine at Port Macquarie Ironman
ANYA WHITELAW 10 May 2017
NICK North may have had his struggles in the Port Macquarie 70.3 Ironman on Saturday, but the Bathurst triathlete still finished an impressive fourth outright.
http://www.westernadvocate.com.au/story/4650013/bathursts-triathletes-shine-at-port-ironman/?cs=116

Bathurst Wallabies to contest Port Macquarie Ironman
ANYA WHITELAW 4 May 2017
THERE was a time when James Kelly was known in Bathurst sporting circles as ‘sloth’, but as he prepares to tackle an Ironman distance triathlon for the first time it is no longer fitting.
http://www.westernadvocate.com.au/story/4634240/iron-test-awaits/?cs=116

Female Cycling News

Kirsten Howard links with Dutch cycling team Maaslandster Veris
ANYA WHITELAW 15 May 2017
KIRSTEN Howard might have been a surprise inclusion for Dutch outfit Maaslandster Veris in the Tour of Zhoushan Island last week, but the Bathurst cyclist certainly impressed.
http://www.westernadvocate.com.au/story/4661487/howard-links-with-dutch-cycling-team/?cs=116

Emilie Miller will represent Australia at 2017 UCI Para-cycling Road World Championships.
ANYA WHITELAW 15 May 2017
BATHURST’S Emilie Miller will get the chance to tackle the roads of South Africa this August after being selected in the Australian team to contest the 2017 UCI Para-cycling Road World Championships.
http://www.westernadvocate.com.au/story/4661705/world-challenge/?cs=116



Bathurst cyclists push hard in Forbes Flat Land Cyclo Sportiff
ANYA WHITELAW 24 May 2017
WHILE many of the riders treated it as a social event, four Bathurst Cycling Club members adopted a different approach in Sunday’s Forbes Flat Land Cyclo Sportiff; Harry Bryant, Stuart Renshaw, Toireasa Gallagher and Brooke Tuynman pushed hard over the entire course
http://www.westernadvocate.com.au/story/4682887/bathurst-cyclists-push-hard-in-flat-land-ride/?cs=116

Emilie Miller claims dual road titles at 2017 Para-Cycling Road National Championships.
ANYA WHITELAW 3 May 2017
BATHURST’S Emilie Miller was delighted to earn a pair of Australian champion jerseys at Cycling Australia’s 2017 Para-Cycling Road National Championships in Melbourne.
http://www.westernadvocate.com.au/story/4633898/miller-claims-dual-road-titles/?cs=116

Bathurst cyclists Rosemary Hastings and Marian Renshaw impress at the World Masters Games
ANYA WHITELAW 2 May 2017
NINE events, eight medals and one world record – Bathurst Cycling Club members Rosemary Hastings and Marian Renshaw certainly impressed at the World Masters Games.
http://www.westernadvocate.com.au/story/4633411/bathurst-duo-on-top-of-the-world/?cs=116

Emily Watts gets on the Canberra Women's Tour podium | Video
ANYA WHITELAW 2 May 2017
Bathurst Cycling Club talent Emily Watts climb on the podium in the three days of competition in the Canberra Women’s and Junior Tour, Watts ranked second in the under 19 women’s general classification.
http://www.westernadvocate.com.au/story/4633272/watts-secures-spot-on-the-canberra-podium-video/?cs=116

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In the Media / News April 2017
« on: November 04, 2017, 08:29:55 AM »
News

Bathurst's masters cyclists shine on the road | Video
ANYA WHITELAW 27 Apr 2017
THE Bathurst Cycling Club has once again proved to be a force in the ranks of masters cycling with a haul of 10 medals from last weekend’s state titles.
http://www.westernadvocate.com.au/story/4625405/bathurst-masters-shine-on-the-road-video/?cs=116



Masters titles to bring state’s best to colour city again
WESTERN ADVOCATE 17 Apr 2017
AFTER impressing at the inaugural event, Bathurst riders will once more chase medals at the NSW Masters Road Cycling Championships in Orange and Molong this year.
http://www.westernadvocate.com.au/story/4600258/bathursts-masters-will-face-states-best/?cs=116

Bathurst was considered as a host for National Road Championships
ANYA WHITELAW 26 Apr 2017
THE annual Blayney to Bathurst cycling race might finish at Mount Panorama, but the city will have to wait at least three years for the chance to host the National Road Championships.
http://www.westernadvocate.com.au/story/4618828/no-move-for-road-nationals/?cs=116

Mark Renshaw to have surgery on fractured ankle after Belgian crash | Video
ANYA WHITELAW 7 Apr 2017
BATHURST professional cyclist Mark Renshaw will go under the knife after a crash in Belgium left him with a fractured Talus bone in his right ankle.
http://www.westernadvocate.com.au/story/4583155/belgian-incident-leads-to-surgery-for-renshaw-video/?cs=116

Racing

ANZAC Trophy Race win is special for Harry Carter
ANYA WHITELAW / MARK WINDSOR 28 Apr 2017
HARRISON Carter has won more races than he can probably recall, but the moment that he snatched victory in the Bathurst Cycling Club’s John McKay ANZAC Trophy Race will stick with him for a long while.
http://www.westernadvocate.com.au/story/4626597/anzac-trophy-win-is-special-for-carter/?cs=116

Emilie Miller has a focus on time
ANYA WHITELAW 27 Apr 2017
WHEN Emilie Miller hits the roads of Melbourne for the 2017 Australian Para-Cycling Road National Championships, her mission will be about improving her times enough to be considered for national representation rather than just gold medals.
http://www.westernadvocate.com.au/story/4624089/time-is-a-focus-for-road-hopeful/?cs=116


Jayson Austin victorious in Bathurst Cycling Club Time Trial Championship
ALEXANDER GRANT 17 Apr 2017
JAYSON Austin has claimed the Bathurst Cycling Club’s Time Trial Championship in style by equalling Dean Windsor’s longstanding record time in Sunday’s event. Will Hodges and Mark Windsor made up the A Grade podium.
http://www.westernadvocate.com.au/story/4601703/austins-brilliant-ride-leads-to-time-trial-win/?cs=116

b2b

Bathurst team-mates impress in Blayney to Bathurst long course
ANYA WHITELAW 3 Apr 2017
JOSH Corcoran’s debut over the Blayney to Bathurst’s long course might not have been the best, but when tackling the 110-kilometre ride once more on Sunday he was much more impressive
http://www.westernadvocate.com.au/story/4572541/bathurst-team-mates-impress-in-long-course/?cs=116

Peter Livingstone wins king of the mountains in Blayney to Bathurst long course
ANYA WHITELAW 3 Apr 2017
HE did not have the legs to contest the sprint finish in the elite men’s criterium on Saturday evening, but when it came to climbing in Sunday’s Blayney to Bathurst, Peter Livingstone provided.
http://www.westernadvocate.com.au/story/4572377/surprise-winner-for-king-of-climbs/?cs=116

Stewart Campbell wins his third Blayney to Bathurst short course win
ANYA WHITELAW 3 Apr 2017
LAST year a puncture robbed Stewart Campbell of his shot at glory in the Blayney to Bathurst short course race, but on Sunday he raised his arms in triumph as he crossed the finish line.
http://www.westernadvocate.com.au/story/4572099/campbell-scores-short-treble/?cs=116

Kirsten Howard sprints to victory in women's division one Bathurst Criterium.
ANYA WHITELAW 3 Apr 2017
KIRSTEN Howard was a late entry for the women’s division one Bathurst Criterium on Saturday, but when it came to the final sprint she was right on time.
http://www.westernadvocate.com.au/story/4571119/howard-sprints-to-victory/?cs=116

Bechtel over the line, top female on the day
BRAD JURD2 Apr 2017
Lucy Bechtel was the first female across the finish line in the 110 kilometre long course event, in the Blayney to Bathurst on Sunday.
http://www.westernadvocate.com.au/story/4570763/bechtel-over-the-line-top-female-on-the-day/?cs=116

Culey misses out on victory
BRAD JURD 2 Apr 2017
St George Continental Cycling Team’s Marcus Culey finished an unlucky one second behind eventual winner Dylan Sunderland in the 2017 Blayney to Bathurst.
http://www.westernadvocate.com.au/story/4570731/culey-misses-out-on-victory-by-narrowest-of-margins/?cs=116

A double delight
BRAD JURD 2 Apr 2017
It was a dramatic finish to this year’s Blayney to Bathurst (B2B) as Dylan Sunderland edged ahead of Marcus Culey to claim back-to-back titles on Sunday.
http://www.westernadvocate.com.au/story/4570433/a-double-delight/?cs=116



Ayden Toovey wins a brutal men's division one Bathurst criterium | Video
ANYA WHITELAW 1 Apr 2017
AYDEN Toovey and his New South Wales Institute of Sport team-mates delivered on their aim to make the men’s division one Bathurst criterium a brutal affair on Saturday night.
http://www.westernadvocate.com.au/story/4569969/toovey-wins-brutal-criterium-video/?cs=116

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In the Media / News March 2017
« on: November 04, 2017, 08:28:53 AM »
Blayney 2 Bathurst champs back to defend crowns
WESTERN ADVOCATE 31 Mar 2017
In a huge boost for the event, both the male and female winners from 2016 have returned for the 2017 NAB Blayney 2 Bathurst 110 kilometre challange.
http://www.westernadvocate.com.au/story/4567457/blayney-2-bathurst-champs-back-to-defend-crowns/?cs=116

Blayney to Bathurst Cyclist Festival continuing to grow in numbers and quality
BRAD JURD 30 Mar 2017
This weekend’s Blayney to Bathurst Cyclist Festival is expected to be the biggest one yet, thanks to the event now being a qualifying event for the Union Cycliste International 2017 UCI Gran Fondo World Championships.
http://www.westernadvocate.com.au/story/4565159/festival-is-growing-in-numbers-and-quality/?cs=116

Blayney to Bathurst Cycling Festival to attract global attention
WESTERN ADVOCATE 30 Mar 2017
The 2017 NAB Blayney to Bathurst Cycling Festival has been included as one of two Australian qualifying events for the Union Cycliste International 2017 UCI Gran Fondo World Championships.
http://www.westernadvocate.com.au/story/4564772/event-to-attract-global-attention/?cs=116

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In the Media / News Feburary 2017
« on: November 04, 2017, 08:27:08 AM »
Tri

Hot triathletes to run into unfortunate date clashes

Bradley Jurd 10 Feb 2017
On what is expected to be a hot and dry Sunday, Bathurst triathletes will travel to Mudgee for their leg of the Central West Interclub Series.
http://www.westernadvocate.com.au/story/4458534/hot-triathletes-to-run-into-unfortunate-date-clashes/?cs=116

Pros

Desert wows for Renshaw and team
Bradley Jurd 6 Feb 2017
 It was a disappointing day for Mark Renshaw and his Dimension Data teammates in the final stage at the Dubai Tour.
http://www.westernadvocate.com.au/story/4448477/desert-woes-for-renshaw-and-team/?cs=116

Renshaw is still working on his sprints in Tour of Dubai
ANYA WHITELAW 3 Feb 2017
WHILE his Dimension Data team-mate Janse van Rensburg picked up a podium in stage three of the Tour of Dubai, Bathurst’s Mark Renshaw is still working on getting it right in the sprints.
http://www.westernadvocate.com.au/story/4444380/renshaw-is-still-working-on-his-sprints/?cs=116

Mark Renshaw climbs for his Dimension Data team-mate
ANYA WHITELAW30 Jan 2017
Renshaw was helping to drive the peloton to catch a four-man breakaway during the annual Cadel Evans Great Ocean Road Race, an effort designed to boost the chances of his Dimension Data team-mate Nathan Haas.
http://www.westernadvocate.com.au/story/4433210/renshaw-climbs-for-his-team/?cs=116

CSC

2017 Clarence Street Cyclery Cup: Kurt Eather wins under-17 men’s Clarence Street Cyclery Cup Wheelrace
Daily Liberal 8 Feb 2017
Jason Farr, Tim, Mitch and Trent Hines, Haylee and Zara Fuller, Danny Barber and Dylan and Kurt Eather took on a star studded field including a number of Olympic medalists and World Champions.
http://www.dailyliberal.com.au/story/4453885/locals-star-at-cyclery-meeting/?cs=113

Tuynman tough Cyclery Cup ride
Bradley Jurd 7 Feb 2017
Bathurst Cycling Club was well represented at the 35th Clarence Street Cyclery Cup, at the Dunc Gray Veledrome at Bass Hill on Saturday.
http://www.westernadvocate.com.au/story/4451063/tuynmans-tough-cyclery-cup-ride/?cs=116

Dubbo

Dubbo Cycle Club's Track Open attracts some of sport's big names
Daily Liberal 7 Feb 2017,
DUBBO Cycle Club will hold its annual Track Open as well as pay host to the NSW under-9 to under-13 State Junior Track Championships at Victoria Park No. 1 Oval this weekend.
http://www.dailyliberal.com.au/story/4450825/track-open-to-attract-huge-amount-of-talent/?cs=113



Extreme heat forces Dubbo event to be postponed
Daily Liberal 9 Feb 2017,
THE ANNUAL Dubbo Track Open and NSW State Under-9 to Under-13 State Championships that were due to be held in Dubbo this weekend have been postponed due to the forecasted extreme heat.
http://www.dailyliberal.com.au/story/4454415/track-open-rescheduled/?cs=113

In-form Mitchell picks up a triple
Daily Liberal 2 Feb 2017
HUGH Mitchell caught the eye of the handicappers during Tuesday night’s Dubbo City Toyota Track Racing Series after the young rider scored three wins in the junior development division.
http://www.dailyliberal.com.au/story/4439593/in-form-mitchell-picks-up-a-triple/?cs=113

Dylan Eather edges out Hines and Brooks in men's Wheelrace
Daily Liberal 8 Feb 2017
WILD and windy conditions failed to take the lustre off the second round of the Wheelrace series during Tuesday night’s Dubbo City Toyota Track Racing Series at No. 1 Oval. Dylan Eather took out the men’s Wheelrace over Tim Hines and Justin Brooks.
http://www.dailyliberal.com.au/story/4453901/windy-conditions-no-worry-in-wheelrace-series/?cs=113

2017 NSW State Junior Track Championships: Four of Dubbo's best named in state squads
Daily Liberal 31 Jan 2017
Leading local cyclists Dylan and Kurt Eather, Danny Barber and Haylee Fuller have all scored state selection after starring at the weekend’s NSW State Junior Track Championships
http://www.dailyliberal.com.au/story/4437573/local-young-guns-star-at-track-championships-photos/?cs=113

Org

Orange juniors named NSW Cycling's Cylists of the Year
Central Western Daily 9 Feb 2017
Orange Cycle Club juniors Gydion Dally and Xavier Bland were presented with the Cycling NSW Junior Boys’ Cyclist of the Year gongs for their respective age groups, under 9s and under 11s
http://www.centralwesterndaily.com.au/story/4457140/dally-bland-officially-named-nsw-top-dogs/?cs=104



‘It’s too hot’: Evocities Orange leg cancelled
Matt Findlay 1 Feb 2017
Evocities Mountain Bike Series (MTB) organisers have been forced to cancel this weekend’s leg –  the Ginja Ninja 300 – at Kinross State Forest because of how hot it’s supposed to be on Sunday.
http://www.centralwesterndaily.com.au/story/4439370/its-too-hot-evocities-orange-leg-cancelled/?cs=104

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In the Media / News January 2017
« on: November 04, 2017, 08:25:41 AM »
ITT
Bathurst Cycling Club Thursday Individual Time Trial Series ready to go
ALEXANDER GRANT 4 Jan 2017
THE new year means the countdown is on towards the Bathurst Cycling Club’s Short Course Time Trial Championship, and riders get the opportunity to tune up for the event with the opening round of the Thursday ITT Series
http://www.westernadvocate.com.au/story/4382417/chance-for-riders-to-show-their-solo-skills/?cs=116



Nick North continues recovery from accident
ALEXANDER GRANT 6 Jan 2017
IT has been slow but steady progress back to racing for Bathurst triathlete Nick North who continues his recovery from a collision with a car while on a training ride in October
http://www.westernadvocate.com.au/story/4388990/three-months-on-and-norths-signs-are-good/?cs=116

Mtb.

Kinross Forest to welcome Australia's best for inevitably thrilling National Series | video
MATTHEW FINDLAY, 3 Jan 2017
Orange Mountain Bike Club’s Rodney Farrell has stated “It’s going to be exhilarating,” leading into the opening two rounds of the Mountain Bike Australia (MTBA) Cross Country Olympic (XCO) National Series at Kinross State Forest this weekend.
http://www.centralwesterndaily.com.au/story/4384136/fast-and-furious-xco-national-series-to-light-up-kinross-trails-video/?cs=104

Canberra's Bec Henderson starts among the favourites at Orange's opening rounds of the XCO National Series | video
MATTHEW FINDLAY, 5 Jan 2017
After a 2016 season full of “pretty extreme highs and lows”, Canberra’s Bec Henderson is gunning for consistency this year and that all starts in the opening two rounds of the Mountain Bike Australia (MTBA) Cross Country Olympic (XCO) National Series at Kinross State Forest this weekend.
http://www.centralwesterndaily.com.au/story/4388179/olympian-henderson-set-to-fire-at-xco-openers-at-orange-video/?cs=104

McConnell to make debut at Orange, Brame set for step up into men's Elite division | video
CENTRAL WESTERN DAILY 6 Jan 2017, 11:04 a.m.
Olympian Dan McConnell and reigning under-23 champion Luke Brame headline a bumper 25-strong field in the Elite men’s division of this weekend’s Mountain Bike Australia (MTBA) Cross Country Olympic (XCO) National Series at Kinross State Forest.
http://www.centralwesterndaily.com.au/story/4389040/mcconnell-brame-headlining-bumper-mens-elite-field-video/?cs=104

Reward for riders’ effort: Kinross track to provide thrilling racing | video
MATTHEW FINDLAY 6 Jan 2017
Orange Mountain Bike Club race director Rodney Farrell said earlier this week he was hoping to host more than 200 riders on each day of this weekend’s Mountain Bike Australia (MTBA) Cross Country Olympic (XCO) National Series at Kinross State Forest and it looks like he’s got his wish.
http://www.centralwesterndaily.com.au/story/4389129/reward-for-riders-effort-kinross-track-to-provide-thrilling-racing-video/?cs=104
https://youtu.be/wXOwW-HSpZo



Henderson, Beck the stars of women's XCO show | photos
MATTHEW FINDLAY 8 Jan 2017
Two-time Olympian Bec Henderson delivered in Saturday’s opening round of the Mountain Bike Australia (MTBA) Cross Country Olympic (XCO) National Series at Kinross State Forest, finishing first, but she was made to work seriously hard on Sunday to earn a podium finish.
http://www.centralwesterndaily.com.au/story/4391422/henderson-beck-the-stars-of-womens-xco-show-photos/?cs=104

XCO National Series lights up Kinross Forest | mega gallery

MATTHEW FINDLAY 8 Jan 2017
Sports journalist Matty Findlay was on hand for plenty of the weekend, and propped himself up in the middle of the forest on several different occasions, to snap more than 100 shots of mountain-biking goodness.
http://www.centralwesterndaily.com.au/story/4391346/xco-national-series-lights-up-kinross-forest-mega-gallery/?cs=104#slide=110

Three-time Olympian goes back-to-back at Kinross State Forest
MATTHEW FINDLAY 8 Jan 2017
Three-time Olympian and Commonwealth Games bronze medallist Dan McConnell proved far too good during the opening two rounds of the Mountain Bike Australia (MTBA) Cross Country Olympic (XCO) National Series at Kinross State Forest
http://www.centralwesterndaily.com.au/story/4391421/mcconnell-seals-back-to-back-series-wins-photos/?cs=104



A tough ride in Kinross for Bell
ALEXANDER GRANT 10 Jan 2017
JARROD Bell is more accustomed to pedalling away for hours but in Sunday’s second round of the 2017 XCO National Mountain Bike Series at Orange he was testing his sprint capabilities.
http://www.westernadvocate.com.au/story/4393271/a-tough-ride-in-kinross-for-bell/?cs=116

Other

Rosemary Hastings wins Goulburn Track Carnival Women's Wheel Race
ALEXANDER GRANT 9 Jan 2017
BATHURST’S Rosemary Hastings was too strong for her younger rivals in the Goulburn Track Carnival Women’s Wheel Race on Saturday evening.
http://www.westernadvocate.com.au/story/4392428/hastings-takes-the-crown-in-goulburn-wheel-race/?cs=116

Will Hodges fails to finish in first Australian Road National Under 23s Men’s Road Race attempt
WESTERN ADVOCATE 8 Jan 2017
BATHURST Cycling Club’s Will Hodges was one of 43 riders who failed to reach the finish of a brutal Australian Road National Under 23s Men’s Road Race in Ballarat.
http://www.westernadvocate.com.au/story/4391006/hodges-unable-to-finish-his-race/?cs=116

Will Hodges finishes 21st in debut Under 23s National Criterium race
ALEXANDER GRANT 6 Jan 2017
BATHURST Cycling Club rider Will Hodges made a great impression at the Australian Under 23s National Criterium Championship race with a 21st place finish.
http://www.westernadvocate.com.au/story/4387634/hodges-finishes-his-first-attempt/?cs=116

Under-23 Road National Championships: Mitchell feeling the nerves
DAILY LIBERAL 3 Jan 2017
Dubbo cycling star Adam Mitchell admits he has some nerves leading up to the Cycling Australia Under-23 Road National Championships at Ballarat.
http://www.dailyliberal.com.au/story/4384138/mighty-mitchell-adam-set-for-national-championships/?cs=113

Dylan Eather dominates Junior RAW Christmas Carnival
DAILY LIBERAL 4 Jan 2017
EIGHT Dubbo Cycle Club riders (Kurt & Dylan Eather, Danny Barber, Zac and Zara Fuller, Luke Ensor, Jason Farr and Sam Fitzgerald) contested the annual five-day RAW Christmas Carnival at Sydney from December 27-31 and there was plenty of success.
http://www.dailyliberal.com.au/story/4384974/plenty-of-christmas-cheer-for-local-cyclists/?cs=113



Bathurst Cycling Club to race on new 82.1 kilometre course
Western Advocate 10 Jan 2017
BATHURST Cycling Club will be introducing a new course into its calendar from this Sunday and it’s only for those eager to push themselves to the limit.
http://www.westernadvocate.com.au/story/4396195/want-a-challenge-look-no-further/?cs=116

Anna Meares meets Western Region Academy cyclists
Western Advocate 13 Jan 2017
IF podium finishes in the final round of the National Junior Track Series were not enough to please Tyler Puzicha, then meeting Anna Meares was.
http://www.westernadvocate.com.au/story/4401768/meares-meets-western-region-academy-cyclists/?cs=116

Harry Carter finds gold at NSW Under 19s and Elite Individual Track Championships
ALEXANDER GRANT 24 Jan 2017
BATHURST’s Harry Carter came away with the gold medal he craved at the recent NSW Under 19s and Elite Individual Track Championships, but it came from somewhere unexpected
http://www.westernadvocate.com.au/story/4420818/podiums-aplenty/?cs=116

Australia Day criterium will put Bathurst Cycling Club riders to the test
ALEXANDER GRANT 25 Jan 2017
THE annual Bathurst Cycling Club Australia Day criterium races are expected to bring some of the city’s fastest riders to Mount Panorama in a great test of their high-speed capabilities.
http://www.westernadvocate.com.au/story/4426295/a-top-speed-test-in-criterium/?cs=116

Craig Hutton and Josh Corcoran lap the Bathurst Cycling Club Australia Day Criterium field
ALEXANDER GRANT 27 Jan 2017
CRAIG Hutton took out the Bathurst Cycling Club’s Australia Day criterium in imposing fashion on Thursday after lapping the field alongside GPM Stulz team-mate Josh Corcoran.
http://www.westernadvocate.com.au/story/4430159/hutton-corcoran-pull-away/?cs=116

Bathurst Cycling Club claims four gold medals at Under 15s and 17s NSW Track Championships
ALEXANDER GRANT 30 Jan 2017
Tyler Puzicha, Kalinda Robinson and Eliza Bennett returned from the recent NSW Under 15s and 17s Track Championships at Dunc Gray Velodrome with a haul of 11 medals between them, five of which were gold.
http://www.westernadvocate.com.au/story/4433864/track-stars-soar/?cs=116




TDU

Kirsten Howard is ready for the Women's Tour Down Under
ANYA WHITELAW 10 Jan 2017
BATHURST cyclist Kirsten Howard will put her legs to the test against some of the world’s best from this Saturday when she lines up in the Women’s Tour Down Under.
http://www.westernadvocate.com.au/story/4394541/down-under-test/?cs=116

Kirsten Howard will play team role at Women's Tour Down Under
ANYA WHITELAW 12 Jan 2017
KIRSTEN Howard will be playing the role of domestique for her Subaru NSWIS team when it contests this year’s edition of the Women’s Tour Down Under.
http://www.westernadvocate.com.au/story/4394991/howards-set-to-work-on-tour-down-under/?cs=116

Triathlon

Mark Windsor will face stiff interclub competition
ANYA WHITELAW 24 Jan 2017
MARK Windsor will be looking to defend his lead in the Central West InterClub Triathlon Series on Thursday, but one of his biggest threats could come from within his home club
http://www.westernadvocate.com.au/story/4422990/windsor-will-race-stiff-interclub-competition/?cs=116



Nick North takes out the King Cain Bathurst Wallabies Triathlon Club Australia Day race
ALEXANDER GRANT 26 Jan 2017
NICK North successfully defended his King Cain Bathurst Wallabies Triathlon Club Australia Day race crown with an impressive win on home soil.
http://www.westernadvocate.com.au/story/4428157/norths-swim-leg-sees-him-defend-his-crown/?cs=116

Emily Watts first woman home in King Cain Bathurst Wallabies Triathlon Club Australia Day race
ALEXANDER GRANT 26 Jan 2017
FRESH off a silver medal performance at the recent NSW Individual Track Cycling Championships, Emily Watts continued her winning ways in Thursday’s King Cain Bathurst Wallabies Triathlon Club Australia Day race
http://www.westernadvocate.com.au/story/4428506/watts-cant-be-hunted-down/?cs=116

Wes Gibson wins short course race in Australia Day triathlon
ALEXANDER GRANT 26 Jan 2017
Gibson using a dominant run leg to take out the King Cain Bathurst Wallabies Triathlon Club short course interclub race.
http://www.westernadvocate.com.au/story/4428415/gibson-takes-on-aussie-triathlon/?cs=116



Silver linings: Piranhas dominate minor placings in Bathurst
ALEXANDER GRANT 26 Jan 2017
Orange Cycle and Triathlon Club’s Jack Bilton, Jess Richards and and Laura Wolfson all produced strong performances to claim minor placings in the Bathurst leg of the Central West Inter-Club Triathlon Series on Australia Day.
http://www.centralwesterndaily.com.au/story/4429152/silver-linings-piranhas-dominate-minor-placings-in-bathurst/?cs=104



Matt Webster places second at Bathurst Wallabies Triathlon Club Australia Day race
Isaac McIntyre 29 Jan 2017
Although Nick North successfully defended his King Cain Bathurst Wallabies Triathlon Club Australia Day race crown, Mudgee’s Matt Webster pushed him to the very end in the Bathurst leg of the Central West Inter-Club Triathlon series.
http://www.mudgeeguardian.com.au/story/4430470/webster-takes-silver-in-bathurst/?cs=1611




Bathurst’s set to host an epic Anzac battle on BMXs
ANYA WHITELAW 31 Jan 2017
The Oceania Championships which will be staged in Bathurst next month.
Some of the best BMX riders from Australia and New Zealand will go head-to-head as part of a bumper three days of racing in Bathurst
http://www.westernadvocate.com.au/story/4434618/bathursts-set-to-host-an-epic-anzac-battle/?cs=116

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