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

We are a road cycling club based around the Hills, Hornsby and upper North Shore in  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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3 days ago

Northern Sydney Cycling Club

In another episode of NSCC members kicking goals around the world, Marcus Culey has just won stage 3 of the Tour of Indonesia!

It appears that after peaking for the Battle of the Bridge he has managed to hold onto his form alright.

Congrats from us all Marcus Culey and good luck for the rest of the tour!Stage 3 Tour d’Indonesia 2019 , Marcus got 1st today!
Congratulations TSC!

#teamsapuracycling #cervelo #rudyproject #ciclovation #castelli #gosapura #sapuraboleh #GoTeamSapura #sapuraenergy #togetherwearestronger #tourdindonesia2019
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In another episode of NSCC members kicking goals around the world, Marcus Culey has just won stage 3 of the Tour of Indonesia!

 It appears that after peaking for the Battle of the Bridge he has managed to hold onto his form alright.

Congrats from us all Marcus and good luck for the rest of the tour!

5 days ago

Northern Sydney Cycling Club

Join the CCCC guys and gals for their annual TDF trip. Details belowFrance 2020

I'm getting questions about next years TDF trip already - with some people already wanting to pay deposits, so... here's some more info for anyone interested:

Here we go again, time to start planning "the trip of a lifetime" to see the Tour de France and go cycling in the Alps, Pyrenees and Provence.

Spend 3.5 weeks in July for approx. $6500 ALL INCLUSIVE (excluding alcohol and souvenir money).

This includes international flights, internal flight, car hire, meals, accommodation... everything!

You'll be riding in the French Alps, the Pyrenees, Provence and Lake Annecy areas.

Riding, climbing, scenery and food like you've never experienced (unless you've been before :))

Climbs we'll ride include Mont Ventoux, Col du Tourmamlet, Hautacam, Col d'Aspin, Mount Semnoz, Luz Ardiden, Col d'Aubisque, Gavarnie, Alpe d'Huez, Col du Galibier, Col de la Croix de Fer, Col du Glandon plus local climbs and hidden gems you've never heard of.

We'll spend a day (or two) seeing and experiencing the Tour de France - exact details of which stage won't be known till the TDF route is announced in mid-October.

Non-riders are 100% welcome and you'll have access to the hire cars to go sightseeing, visit the local markets or follow us on our daily rides through tiny French villages and over the famous climbs of the Tour.

A ride will be planned every day but take as many days off as you like.

At this stage, I’m looking for general interest and will be chasing $1000 non-refundable deposits in September/October so I can make hotel bookings once the TDF route is announced. Non-refundable unless you or I can find a replacement to cover any out of pocket booking costs.

Limited to 22 travellers.

Contact me (Andy Hellmich) for more details, the bank details for your deposit or if you have any questions at andrew@impact-images.com.au or 0413 852 222.

Reason for the early planning - hotels need to be booked the day the TDF Route is announced in October to secure our accommodation to be close to the tour when it comes through town.

There is also an option to add on a week or two before and/or after the France trip in Girona, Spain. Contact me for me details on this aspect if interested.

Just to be clear - this is not a guided trip and I am not the guide but I will do everything I can to make it the holiday of a lifetime for everyone. I love going to France for this trip and know the roads well.

It'll be a bunch of friends/cycling buddies going on a holiday and we can chop and change whatever we like and there will be access to the van and car/s whenever and for whoever wants to use them. To be a successful trip though, we will need some sort of framework and we will need to book promptly once the TDF course is announced.

Also, early bird flights will be available shortly and what I’m basing my budgets around.

Riders do not need to be CCCC members and if you are considering asking a friend, no problem.

Accommodation is twin or triple share (double rooms are available if you're coming with a partner) and I reserve the right to choose who I room with. 🙂

Speak soon
Andy
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Join the CCCC guys and gals for their annual TDF trip.  Details below

Calling All ITT Specialists

This coming Saturday 25 August, RBCC are holding a special one lap ITT at Heffron and have invited riders from all clubs.

A few rules:

Road bikes only . Deep section wheels and TT helmets are allowed. No TT bikes, clip-on aero bars or disc wheels are allowed.

The fastest male and fastest female overall will be awarded the title and have their names listed on a perpetual trophy. There will also be prizes for the fastest male and female in each division. Juniors under 17 are welcome for a nominal $1 entry fee. All other riders will need to pay the $10 entry fee. Riders must hold a CA race licence.

Entry link here
www.buncheur.com/randwick-botany-cc-heffron-park-1-lap-tt
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Calling All ITT Specialists

This coming Saturday 25 August, RBCC are holding a special one lap ITT at Heffron and have invited riders from all clubs.

A few rules:

Road bikes only .  Deep section wheels and TT helmets are allowed.  No TT bikes, clip-on aero bars or disc wheels are allowed.

The fastest male and fastest female overall will be awarded the title and have their names listed on a perpetual trophy.  There will also be prizes for the fastest male and female in each division.  Juniors under 17 are welcome for a nominal $1 entry fee.  All other riders will need to pay the $10 entry fee.  Riders must hold a CA race licence. 

Entry link here
https://www.buncheur.com/randwick-botany-cc-heffron-park-1-lap-tt

 

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Great idea 👌

Yep 👍

The GOOSE! Marcus!

Marcus Culey do a turn

TOUR DE L’AVENIR STAGE ONE UPDATE

Michael Potter has been keeping his parents Ray and Ann up to date with short race reports - here is his Day One summary

“Missed the breakaway and had to ride the front for most of the day. Pulled off and went to the back with 20km to go and then just tried to stay on the back. With 3.5k to go there was a huge crash with maybe 30-40 people but because I was at the back I was able to stop and get around it all. Finished a few minutes down because I had to climb over everyone but that’s okay, at least I’ve still got all my skin”.

Actually Michael and the Aussie team are only 52 seconds from the lead which is nothing given the mountains ahead.

In stage two Michael finished in the bunch with the same time as the winner. Will post his update when I have it

Photo courtesy of Tom Green
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TOUR DE L’AVENIR STAGE ONE UPDATE

Michael Potter has been keeping his parents Ray and Ann up to date with short race reports - here is his Day One summary

“Missed the breakaway and had to ride the front for most of the day. Pulled off and went to the back with 20km to go and then just tried to stay on the back. With 3.5k to go there was a huge crash with maybe 30-40 people but because I was at the back I was able to stop and get around it all. Finished a few minutes down because I had to climb over everyone but that’s okay, at least I’ve still got all my skin”. 

Actually Michael and the Aussie team are only 52 seconds from the lead which is nothing given the mountains ahead. 

In stage two Michael finished in the bunch with the same time as the winner.  Will post his update when I have it

Photo courtesy of Tom Green

GEEZER’S COMEBACK ON EL PRES

Despite breaking 10 ribs, 5 vertebrae, torn liver and punctured lung around 6 weeks ago, Geezer Davies is back on the bike.

He is planning to hit El Pres tomorrow morning so rather than lie in bed, get out there and support him on his first club ride back
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GEEZER’S COMEBACK ON EL PRES

Despite breaking 10 ribs, 5 vertebrae, torn liver and punctured lung around 6 weeks ago, Geezer Davies is back on the bike.  

He is planning to hit El Pres tomorrow morning so rather than lie in bed, get out there and support him on his first club ride back

 

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Please be careful 😬

I’m with Kylie Garnon ... please take it slow! 😬

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