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Northern Sydney Cycling Club is a road racing club with over 70 years of history.Β  We also welcome social riders.

We are a road cycling club based around the Hills, Hornsby and upper North Shore inΒ  Sydney. We run regular criterium road races on Sundays and public holidays at Beaumont Road, Mt Ku-ring-gai and all grades are catered for. Riders must hold a current race licence issued by Cycling Australia to be eligible to race.

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Wow what a weekend for NSCC! We were well represented everywhere including the Melbourne to Warrnambool! On Friday night, young Jensen Wiesenhaan got up in C grade for another 1st place πŸ₯‡.

On Saturday, Owen Gordon and Geoff Rickards took place in the gruelling Melbourne to Warrnambool (Warrny) which is a 267km road race. Geoff finished 13th (one place behind Froomey - yes Chris Froome) and Owen finished 111th which is an unbelievable feat given the amount of the field don’t finish. He was also in the early break!

On Sunday, some of our femmes headed down to Southern Cross come and try racing. Lucy Robinson finished 1st πŸ₯‡ in C grade in her first race and Allison Thomas finished 4th in D grade! Congrats Ladies!

Up at the central coast, NSCC was well represented in both B and C grades. B grade was a great race with a lot of aggression and attacks. Craig Vardy attacked at the perfect time to create a split with one other rider for a good part of the race which stuck, Craig ended up with 2nd πŸ₯ˆ.

Congratulations to all those who didn’t manage a podium place but pinned on a number and had a crack!
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Wow what a weekend for NSCC! We were well represented everywhere including the Melbourne to Warrnambool! On Friday night, young Jensen Wiesenhaan got up in C grade for another 1st place πŸ₯‡. 

On Saturday, Owen Gordon and Geoff Rickards took place in the gruelling Melbourne to Warrnambool (Warrny) which is a 267km road race. Geoff finished 13th (one place behind Froomey - yes Chris Froome) and Owen finished 111th which is an unbelievable feat given the amount of the field don’t finish. He was also in the early break!

On Sunday, some of our femmes headed down to Southern Cross come and try racing. Lucy Robinson finished 1st πŸ₯‡ in C grade in her first race and Allison Thomas finished 4th in D grade! Congrats Ladies! 

Up at the central coast, NSCC was well represented in both B and C grades. B grade was a great race with a lot of aggression and attacks. Craig Vardy attacked at the perfect time to create a split with one other rider for a good part of the race which stuck, Craig ended up with 2nd πŸ₯ˆ.

Congratulations to all those who didn’t manage a podium place but pinned on a number and had a crack!

Cycling is a beautiful sport and it always brings NSCC immense pleasure to see our members participating in any discipline which we like to share on social media. Today is not one of those days. It is with an extremely heavy heart that we announce the passing of one of our club mates and dear friends – Richard Spinks.

Richard passed away after complications from a bike accident. Spinksy was an absolute legend within our club and more broadly across the cycling community – his palmares was incredible. Multiple national masters titles, even more NSW masters titles, London Road Race champion in 1975 and unbeatable in his age category. Spinksy was still racing into his 80s and simply loved cycling and racing and it is indeed bittersweet that he died doing what he loved.

There are many wonderful stories of Spinksy - one favourite was a few years ago when we were in Griffith for the NSW masters championships - he had won the NSW Road Race yet again. One of the NSCC group showed him the Tinder app on his phone and Spinsky replied (in his cockney accent) - "cor blimey I wish we had that back in my day".

Our hearts go out to Richards family and friends during this incredibly sad time. The entire NSCC and wider cycling community will remember and honour him as he left a wonderful mark on all of us.
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Cycling is a beautiful sport and it always brings NSCC immense pleasure to see our members participating in any discipline which we like to share on social media. Today is not one of those days. It is with an extremely heavy heart that we announce the passing of one of our club mates and dear friends – Richard Spinks. 

Richard passed away after complications from a bike accident. Spinksy was an absolute legend within our club and more broadly across the cycling community – his palmares was incredible. Multiple national masters titles, even more NSW masters titles, London Road Race champion in 1975 and unbeatable in his age category. Spinksy was still racing into his 80s and simply loved cycling and racing and it is indeed bittersweet that he died doing what he loved. 

There are many wonderful stories of Spinksy - one favourite was a few years ago when we were in Griffith for the NSW masters championships - he had won the NSW Road Race yet again. One of the NSCC group showed him the Tinder app on his phone and Spinsky replied (in his cockney accent) - cor blimey I wish we had that back in my day.
 
Our hearts go out to Richards family and friends during this incredibly sad time. The entire NSCC and wider cycling community will remember and honour him as he left a wonderful mark on all of us.

NSCC Femmes have been out in force over the course of the weekend both racing and socially. Sonia Vetisch came 2nd πŸ₯ˆ in the NSW U17 scratch race in Goulburn. Another fabulous result for her. We also had NSCC well represented at the Femmes Interclub Social ride. A great female cycling initiative. πŸ‘πŸ»πŸ€™πŸ» ... See MoreSee Less

NSCC Femmes have been out in force over the course of the weekend both racing and socially. Sonia Vetisch came 2nd πŸ₯ˆ in the NSW U17 scratch race in Goulburn. Another fabulous result for her. We also had NSCC well represented at the Femmes Interclub Social ride. A great female cycling initiative. πŸ‘πŸ»πŸ€™πŸ»

Around the grounds with some good results! Richard Lack celebrated his first year in Masters with a third πŸ₯‰ out at Landsdowne. In true Masters style, he sprinted on the hoods - photo included for proof πŸ˜‚ Troy Thompson also finished 3rd πŸ₯‰ in C grade at Ourimbah. Last but definitely not least, a second πŸ₯ˆ for Charlotte Thompson in D grade at Ourimbah. Well done everyone πŸ‘πŸ»πŸ€™πŸ» ... See MoreSee Less

Around the grounds with some good results! Richard Lack celebrated his first year in Masters with a third πŸ₯‰ out at Landsdowne. In true Masters style, he sprinted on the hoods - photo included for proof πŸ˜‚ Troy Thompson also finished 3rd πŸ₯‰ in C grade at Ourimbah. Last but definitely not least, a second πŸ₯ˆ for Charlotte Thompson in D grade at Ourimbah. Well done everyone πŸ‘πŸ»πŸ€™πŸ»
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