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Upcoming Events


Sunday 3 May: Open Club and Age Championships at Lancefield.

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Club Open and Age Championships

Entries are now open for the Club’s Open Championship and Age Championship to be held in Lancefield this Sunday 3 May. Registrations will be at the barbecue area of the Recreation Reserve and the start is in McMasters Lane.

There will be two distances – women and men over 65 years will race 50km and all others 70km. The course is out Three Chain Road and right into Chases Lane to Pipers Creek Road. The shorter distance will turn around here while the longer race will continue the loop of the Pastoria Circuit before heading back.

To be eligible for this race, riders must have raced at least five races with the club since the last championship.

We are three volunteers/marshals short for Sunday’s race. Please contact one of the race committee members if you are able to help out or know someone who can assist.

Ladcom Benghazi 77km Open Handicap

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Congratulations to Alison Skene of Eastern for winning today's Ladcom Benghazi 77km Handicap in Lancefield. 

Northern's Simon Bol and the TLC boys Darren Roberts, Nick Kennedy and Michael Borowski completed the top five.

Well done to everyone who took part in a tough race - the weather was kind to us and the rain stayed away until after the race.

Head over to Dave Anderson's blog at Go Brave Dave for a terrific race report and some more photos.






Phil wins Munro/McDonough Memorial

Fresh from his success at the South Pacific champs in Maryborough at Easter, Phil Bramich won the Munro/McDonough Memorial Handicap in cold and blustery conditions in Kyneton on Sunday. Tom McDonough and Scott Riddell took second and third places.

Full results

National Boulevard - Sunday 12 April

The predicted showers stayed away to allow a great morning of racing at National Boulevard with good numbers across all grades.

Winners were Darren Roberts (A Grade), Emilio Romano (B), Colin Morris (C), Paul McDonald (D), Barry Rogers (E) and Michael Waterfield (F).

Full results.