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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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Tour de Brisbane Update

Last weekend we had two NSCC riders compete in the inaugural Tour de Brisbane - a festival of cycling featuring Two NRS days, track racing and more fondo’s that you can count.

In the women’s NRS Briony Mattocks - fresh from taking language lessons to add “eh” onto the end of every sentence - rode with the Specialized Race Team

Briony dug deep driving it on the front to help her team to 2nd overall in the teams’ classification. Her Specialized team placed 2nd, 4th and 13th to grab second spot overall.

In Men’s NRS Tom Green rode for GPM Stultz but unfortunately results have been difficult to find so we are not certain how Tom and his team went. Knowing Tom he would have left nothing out on the road.

Congrats to both Briony and Tom
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Tour de Brisbane Update

Last weekend we had two NSCC riders compete in the inaugural Tour de Brisbane - a festival of cycling featuring Two NRS days, track racing and more fondo’s that you can count. 

In the women’s NRS Briony Mattocks - fresh from taking language lessons to add “eh” onto the end of every sentence - rode with the Specialized Race Team

Briony dug deep driving it on the front to help her team to 2nd overall in the teams’ classification.  Her Specialized team placed 2nd, 4th and 13th to grab second spot overall.  

In Men’s NRS Tom Green rode for GPM Stultz but unfortunately results have been difficult to find so we are not certain how Tom and his team went.  Knowing Tom he would have left nothing out on the road. 

Congrats to both Briony and TomImage attachment

 

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Congrats to all , well Done 👍

Charlotte Culver also raced at the Tour de Brisbane, Racing in the criterium on Saturday and the NRS Road race on Sunday, finishing 11th in the bunch 2 secs behind the winner. Well done everybody.

Had to dig for the results, they are on the NRS results page: liveresults.nrs.cycling.org.au/2019/TDB/ Your man Tom Green finished in the main bunch, 54th place.

DON’T LIKE MONDAYS?

Well you’re gonna love this Easter Monday 22nd April. Beauie is on and the weather forecast is fantastic.

Remember we have women’s race plus grades A-C. Bring your current race licence plus an approved helmet for some fast safe crit racing.

Gun goes off at 9am, rego open from 8.20am. Beaumont Road Mount Ku Ring Gai
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DON’T LIKE MONDAYS?

Well you’re gonna love this Easter Monday 22nd April.  Beauie is on and the weather forecast is fantastic.  

Remember we have women’s race plus grades A-C.  Bring your current race licence plus an approved helmet for some fast safe crit racing.  

Gun goes off at 9am, rego open from 8.20am.  Beaumont Road Mount Ku Ring Gai

WOMEN OF SYDNEY and COAST REGION - INSTRUCTIONS FOR A HAPPY EASTER

Calling all women racers - leave your male partner/dependant at home to cook in the kitchen (apologies for this stereotype to those with same sex partners), while you get the Lycra on and clip in for Racing at Beauie

So while the significant other is baking hot cross buns, you can enjoy a fast safe crit race at one of the best crit circuits on the planet.

There is a dedicated women’s race (as there will be throughout the year) to cater for women of different levels. Details on the day

So get to Beauie on Easter Monday at 9am (rego open from 8.20) and enjoy the racing. There will also be three other grades A-C in scratch race format

Remember to bring a current race licence and an approved helmet.

Beaumont Road Mount Ku Ring Gai
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WOMEN OF SYDNEY and COAST REGION - INSTRUCTIONS FOR A HAPPY EASTER

Calling all women racers - leave your male partner/dependant at home to cook in the kitchen (apologies for this stereotype to those with same sex partners), while you get the Lycra on and clip in for Racing at Beauie

So while the significant other is baking hot cross buns, you can enjoy a fast safe crit race at one of the best crit circuits on the planet.

There is a dedicated women’s race (as there will be throughout the year) to cater for women of different levels.   Details on the day

So get to Beauie on Easter Monday at 9am (rego open from 8.20) and enjoy the racing.   There will also be three other grades A-C in scratch race format

Remember to bring a current race licence and an approved helmet.

Beaumont Road Mount Ku Ring Gai

 

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Just read this, same day as the Erik crit!

Weekend Racing Roundup

NSCC racers were active again on the weekend.
It was a super early start at Eastern Creek on Saturday as a strong club contingent made the trek out for the Odd Spoke Cup run by NWSCC. There were massive bunches in every grade and credit to this club for running such a big event.
In Men’s Elite #Dogsquad DS Mick Cupitt was active in the race and drove a 3 man chasing group trying to bring back the break. But the break stuck and a Penrith rider solo’d to victory
In women’s elite Alice Wilson rolled the dice and went for an early sprint but got mowed down with 100 metres to go.
Men’s Div 2 we had Gary Davidson who was in the mix throughout but it finished in a bunch gallop with no notable action
Men’s Div 3 we had Adam Buttenshaw, Matty Johnston, Chris Knox, Bill Patterson, Archie Wilson and Mark Withford.
Bill and Adam tried a couple of breaks but this was destined to be a bunch sprint and so it turned out. A couple of us finished top 10 with Adam just off the podium.
In Div 5 we had the irrepressible Richard Spinks who came 6th. Richard is nearly 80yo and an inspiration to us all.

In the afternoon a couple of us back up for the RBCC Heffron event.
In Div 1 Tai Huynh showed why he loves Heffo and was dishing it out by driving the break hard. In the sprint finish Richard Scriven of SUVelo slipped off the front and held of a fast finishing Tai who was deservedly in the podium.
In Div 3, myself, Andrew Caska, Michael Ong and Alice Wilson saddled up for what turned out to be a super quick race at just under 40 average. The high tempo meant that no break was gonna stick and Michael and Andrew contested the sprint with Andrew finishing a credible 4th.

Well done to all competitors. Don’t forget Beauie on Easter Sunday - use the MWCC Hart race on Good Friday and a leg loosener.
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Weekend Racing Roundup

NSCC racers were active again on the weekend.  
It was a super early start at Eastern Creek on Saturday as a strong club contingent made the trek out for the Odd Spoke Cup run by NWSCC.  There were massive bunches in every grade and credit to this club for running such a big event.  
In Men’s Elite #Dogsquad DS Mick Cupitt was active in the race and drove a 3 man chasing group trying to bring back the break.   But the break stuck and a Penrith rider solo’d to victory
In women’s elite Alice Wilson rolled the dice and went for an early sprint but got mowed down with 100 metres to go. 
Men’s Div 2 we had Gary Davidson who was in the mix throughout but it finished in a bunch gallop with no notable action
Men’s Div 3 we had Adam Buttenshaw, Matty Johnston, Chris Knox, Bill Patterson, Archie Wilson and Mark Withford.  
Bill and Adam tried a couple of breaks but this was destined to be a bunch sprint and so it turned out.  A couple of us finished top 10 with Adam just off the podium.  
In Div 5 we had the irrepressible Richard Spinks who came 6th.  Richard is nearly 80yo and an inspiration to us all.  

In the afternoon a couple of us back up for the RBCC Heffron event.  
In Div 1 Tai Huynh showed why he loves Heffo and was dishing it out by driving the break hard.  In the sprint finish Richard Scriven of SUVelo slipped off the front and held of a fast finishing Tai who was deservedly in the podium. 
In Div 3, myself, Andrew Caska, Michael Ong and Alice Wilson saddled up for what turned out to be a super quick race at just under 40 average. The high tempo meant that no break was gonna stick and Michael and Andrew contested the sprint with Andrew finishing a credible 4th. 

Well done to all competitors.  Don’t forget Beauie on Easter Sunday - use the MWCC Hart race on Good Friday and a leg loosener.Image attachmentImage attachment

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Massive Crit Fest Last Weekend in April

 

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Don’t forget to enter via links below - the race on Sunday is open to EVERYONE with a race licence so if you don’t hold an elite licence and can’t race Saturday, don’t panic 🤣 ⠀ NSW STATE CRITERIUM CHAMPIONSHIPS⠀ Saturday 27th April 2019⠀ Open to riders with an elite, U23 or U19 licence⠀ State medals⠀ Entry fee: $35 entryboss.cc/races/2285 ⠀ SNOWY WILSON CRITERIUM⠀ Sunday 28th April 2019⠀ Graded scratch races open to elite men & women, A, B, C, D grade riders⠀ Total prize pool of approx. $6,000⠀ Entry Fee: $35⠀ entryboss.cc/races/2286

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