Randwick Botany Cycling Club

Located in Sydney's Eastern Suburbs. Everyone is welcome to join our Friday Coffee Ride!

Training

2017 Vantage Freight RBCC Jindabyne Training Camp

2017 was a fantastic trip.  Thanks to all who made it so, especially Ivan Jellic who organised the camp which saw just shy of 50 people enjoy a fantastic riding holiday this year.  Thanks to all the girls who ran support vehicles, Anna Joanne, Pina, Ollie, Beckie & Michelle.  Thanks to Rebecca Fortuna who took about 1000 photos and talking about photos here are the links to them:

Day 1 – Dead Horse Gap & Tom Groggin

Day 2 – Charlotte Pass

Day 3 – Dalgety & Beloka

RBCC Training Ride Diversions

Please note that RBCC training rides proceeding to La Perouse (other than Wednesday Reverse Snake pit ride which travels via Randwick Shopping Centre) will now do so via Doncaster Avenue.  Because of the Light Rail works in Anzac Parade, the club rides will no longer proceed south via Anzac Parade but rather will proceed south in Doncaster Avenue all the way to Gardeners Road, at which point we will turn left, enter the Kingsford roundabout and then exit to Anzac Parade and continue south past Souths Juniors to La Perouse. 

A similar diversion will occur on the reverse trip.

Christmas Day Ride

christmas-rideChristmas Day Ride 7am. All Clubs Christmas Day Ride… As in previous years, meeting up at Randwick gates of Centennial Park no later than 7am. We will then wait for SU Velo and Easts, (who are meeting in the park) to roll out through the gates and then together the 3 clubs will enjoy a friendly ride to La Perouse and back to Bar Coluzzi Darlinghurst for coffee.

No Racing Saturday 24 December.  Racing resumes at Heffron on Saturday 4 February 2017. Make sure you affiliate for 2017 ASAP.  Click here to do so.

RBCC Alternate Sunday Ride – Cronulla

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The Sunday Cronulla ride has been very successful and growing.  There are still people however who will not go south because of their fear of Southern Cross Drive.  In light of the recent second Easts bunch incident on Southern Cross Drive, we have decided to by-pass this dangerous section of road.  Upon investigation a by-pass is not that difficult due to recent road changes.

The new route will proceed as per the course of the Giro de Kelloggs, however when we get to the bottom of Stephen Road at the intersection of Botany Road, we will turn right instead of the usual left.  We will then proceed north on Botany Road till we get to Hale Street Botany.  We will then turn left into Hale and follow it down to where it intersects (traffic light controlled) with Foreshore Road.  A right turn onto Foreshore Road and we only have to travel about 100 metres before we turn left into General Holmes Drive and another approximate 100 metres puts us into the Boeing Tunnel heading south.

Let’s try it and see how it goes.  See you Sunday morning.  Ride leaves at 7am sharp from the Randwick gates of Centennial Park.

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