Randwick Botany Cycling Club

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


Club Champs Final Round – 1 Lap TT – Saturday, 13 October 2018

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!

Antoine’s Belgium Racing Experience – 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 2.  Randwick are proud to support Antoine with his dream to race in Europe.  Keep up the great work!

Belgian RBCC Blog Week 2

Club Champs – Round 3 – Penrith ITT

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.

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