Where are we:
The Randwick Botany Cycling Club is located in the Eastern Suburbs of Sydney,
New South Wales, Australia. The Club caters for all classes of riders including
Juniors, Women, Men and Masters Divisions. Racing is conducted at the
Park Criterium track nearly every Saturday afternoon (except Public Holiday
weekends). Junior registration commences at 1.30pm prior to racing at 2pm
and the seniors (A, B, C & D grades), start at 3.00pm. Racing is open to all riders and all clubs
providing that you are affiliated with a current Australian Cycling Federation and/or
an International UCI license. Riders must race in their registered club uniform
or UCI/Cycling Australia/Cycling NSW registered sponsored team uniform. All levels of rider ability is catered for
with races being conducted for Grades from A to D. If you do not have a
license why not join up.
The Heffron Park circuit is a 2.04km criterium circuit that will test your
cornering skills. If you are in need of some cornering practice then this is the
course for you. There are 8 right handers and 4 left handers. All
are sharp. Most are 90 degrees with one 180 degree corner. The track is
about 6 metres wide at most points allowing a 2 a breast group to overtake a
slower 2 a breast group in relative safety even through the sharp corners.
The surface consists of mainly concrete with some sections of bitumen. The
surface is relatively fast allowing for good speed.
After the race members adjourn to the club room where there is always a cold
drink in the fridge, or tea and coffee if you prefer. It's a great social
atmosphere. The President, John Buckton and Secretary Joanne Buckton are always on hand to lend any advise to new members. Our
Secretary, Joanne Buckton, is there nearly every week of the year to assist
with all membership and administrative enquiries that you may have.
If you wish to see a map of the Heffron Park complex
press here: Location