The annual tradition of Christmas Pudding Races continues this Saturday, 15 December 2018. There will be cash plus puddings on offer for all grades plus free drinks following the races! A, B, C, D grades commence at 3pm. Sign-on from 2pm. Entry fee $20 and you must hold a current CA race licence.
***ATTENTION ALL “A” GRADERS***
Santa Claus has come early…we are offering double the prize money for this week only! Come on down for the last race of 2018 and take home the $$$$ (plus a pudding!!).
Members are encouraged to attend the AGM. Anyone wanting to nominate for a position on the Committee can do so by completing the Nomination Form included with the Notice of Meeting.
The finale of our Club Champs program for Members will be held on Saturday, 13 October 2018 commencing at 10am after our Saturday racing. Given it is school holidays we are having a MORNING race, so you can come along and race and then do the 1 lap TT – it will be a great warm-up!
The rules are:
– Road bikes only (no aero bars)
– Aero race wheels allowed but no discs or tri spokes
– Aero helmets allowed
All members are welcome as long as you hold a race licence. It doesn’t matter if you have not done any other events in the Club Champs program, you can still come and race!
As part of the Junior Development Program the Committee introduced an initiative to support our juniors to realise their dreams of perhaps one day racing overseas. Antoine was the recipient of a grant which contributed to his Belgium racing experience. Read on for Antoine’s third and final blog from his trip – he has learnt a lot about racing and we can’t wait to see him bring back this knowledge as he continues to impress in Australia. Randwick are proud to support Antoine with his dream to race in Europe.
RBCC Belgium Blog Week 3
As part of the Junior Development Program the Committee introduced an initiative to support our juniors to realise their dreams of perhaps one day racing overseas. Antoine was the recipient of a grant which contributed to his Belgium racing experience. He is away for three weeks in total and has sent us this blog from week 2. Randwick are proud to support Antoine with his dream to race in Europe. Keep up the great work!
Belgian RBCC Blog Week 2
As part of the Junior Development Program the Committee introduced an initiative to support our juniors to realise their dreams of perhaps one day racing overseas. Antoine was the recipient of a grant which contributed to his Belgium racing experience. He is away for three weeks in total and has sent us this blog from week 1. Randwick are proud to support Antoine with his dream to race in Europe. Keep up the great work!
Belgium Trip Week 1 RBCC Blog
We know how much you are enjoying time trialing, so entries are now open for the next round of our Club Champs program! The 20km time trial is being run by our friends at Penrith Cycling Club and will be held on Sunday, 10 June 2018 at 8.00am.
Entry is free to Randwick members, all you have to do is book your place using this URL: https://www.trybooking.com/book/event?embed&eid=382094
RBCC members should select the “RBCC Tickets” ticket type in the Tickets screen, and the “RBCC Only – 20km” category in the Additional Information screen. After clicking next they will then be able to enter your discount code of RBCC2018 to apply a 100% discount to the ticket cost.
Unfortunately due to the Camden Cycling Club not receiving police approval for the race, the much anticipated Razorback Hillclimb has been CANCELLED. We apologise to everyone who was looking forward to it, but hope it will be rescheduled soon.
THANK YOU to everyone who supported our event. We hope it will be the first of many!
RBCC Junior Interclub Results – 24 March 2018
Ride safety has been at the forefront of the Committee’s agenda for some time. A lot of work has been done by Alex, Chris, Shane and Rick behind the scenes and this culminated in our very first Ride Leader’s Training session held on Wednesday night.
The purpose of the session was to roll-out the Club Ride Etiquette and to spend some time together as a group reinforcing the importance of safety and having some experienced riders setting the example on our Club rides. Whilst we appreciate it is difficult to assign specific ride leaders to each training ride, having a large, core group of members trained in the etiquette will mean that there will generally always be a leader on most rides.
We are excited to be implementing this for all upcoming rides! Please take a moment to familiarize yourself with this document.
ROUND 1 – this Sunday, 18 March 2018 – HAS BEEN CANCELLED
Due to the Camden Cycling Club not receiving police approval for the race, it has been CANCELLED. We apologise to everyone who was looking forward to it, but hope it will be rescheduled soon.
As you are aware, for the first time last year the Club supported a Masters Racing Team. The team was funded by three sponsors being KOM Financial Advice, CPP Wind Engineering and Metrowelding. We would like to continue with the team in 2018 and are now calling for expressions of interest from anyone interested in being a part of it, noting there are up to 10 spots available.
The purpose of the Masters Racing Team is to allow some of our up and coming riders to participate in open events, gaining the experience of working in a team and learning from some of our more experienced riders. Being recognised by the club and in an official team will provide motivation and inspiration to riders. In return, the riders will be ambassadors for our club and will be mentors to our Under 19 Members.
The criteria that you will need to meet to be considered for the team is:
• Be over 30 years of age
• Be a financial member of RBCC
• Be racing A Grade on a Saturday at Heffron Park consistently
• Be able to commit to attending at least 5 open races during the year (noting these usually involve travel given they are held in country locations of NSW) and base your training around this race calendar
• Be prepared to take on a mentor role for our Under 19 members
• Participate in RBCC club rides when possible
• Participate in the RBCC Club Championships program
• Be a good team player and role model for the Club
Need some new RBCC kit? Then look no further, the Champion System online store is now open! The store will be open until 18 February 2018 with orders to be delivered by 16 March 2018.
Click this link to go to Online Store
If you are a returning customer please login or alternatively register as a new customer.
Don’t forget we do have stock of some standard items at the Clubhouse and you can purchase these on Saturdays while racing is on (providing we have what you want in stock!). We also have some sizing samples at the Clubhouse so you can try on before placing your online order. Otherwise, treat yourself to something new or different as the possibilities are endless! Don’t forget also that Champion System offer a crash replacement offer of 30% of RRP should you have a mishap! Likewise all their products have a one year warranty!
We are delighted to announce that Tyron Bicknell has joined our Committee as a General Committee Member.
Tyron started cycling in 2001, initially being solely a mountain biker. He got his first road bike (an old, yellow steel Benotto with downtube shifters) in 2002 and joined RBCC as a junior in 2003 and has proudly been a one club man since then.
Nowadays he can be found working as a Project Manager in construction, looking after his 6 month old daughter, and playing with his two dogs! He enjoys getting down to Heffron and racing for RBCC whenever life permits, taking part in mountain bike races and going on the odd adventure ride.
Tyron is looking forward to sitting on the Committee and giving back to the club that’s given him so much over the past 15 years.
We ask you to join with us in welcoming Tyron onto the Committee.
Stay tuned for our first race of 2018 on Saturday, 3 February 2018!
Until then we hope everyone is keeping fit and enjoying their start to the year!
25–28 January 2018 – total of 3 nights (Thursday, Friday, and Saturday)
Rydges Horizon Snowy Mountains (Jindabyne)
Accommodation, Continental and Hot Breakfast each morning, one gala dinner at Rydges on Friday night (food only), BBQ Dinner on Saturday night (food only), bars, water, bananas etc for rides.
There will be bike storage at the hotel + late checkout of 1pm on the Sunday. Support cars will be provided and we are asking for any volunteers!
$400 per person
Single Rooms available for extra $250, therefore total cost of $650 per person
All rooms booked are Deluxe Studio so are double or twin share. Earliest check-in is 3pm on the Thursday
Please make payments via the following link: https://www.trybooking.com/328296
Bookings will be based on payment, not inclination. Payment is required by 15 January 2018.
Refunds for cancellation are subject to discretion of organisers. This is dependent on when cancellations are made.
Once quota filled, no more bookings will be taken. Subject to hotel releasing more rooms
All attendees must be 2018 paid up members of RBCC
If you have any queries please contact Ivan Jelic (firstname.lastname@example.org or tel: 0419 630 905)