Up-coming Track season…

Leongatha Cycling Club welcomes anyone who wishes to come along and try-out for the up-coming Track season. For those with aspirations to ride the Velodrome the club has several track bikes on hand to get you going. On 12th October there is an preparation /information night covering various topics with a flyer due out shortly. Training is scheduled to start on 18th October under the supervision of the Club’s qualified coach.    Enquiries
Track Preparation Night 2017 flyer
2016-17 Velodrome images

“All for one” – fund-raiser film night.

Leongatha Cycling Club is doing a fund-raiser film night. The cycling documentary ‘All for one’ will be screened at the Leongatha stadium cinema from the 26th October and we are booking for the Friday night, 27th October at this stage. Please hold off seeing this great film until then and support the Club fund-raising to improve the Velodrome.

Ticket prices: Adult $20, Student /Senior $15, Child $12

“All for One. The Tour de France is one of the most prestigious and gruelling sporting competitions in the world. … ALL FOR ONE follows the first five years of the GreenEDGE cycling journey.”
Documentary 1hr 40m
Film trailer

Cycling Australia complimentary 1-race membership

Cycling australiaDon’t forget, if you’re keen to give racing a go, we’re offering a complimentary 1-race membership valid from 1 August – 31 December 2017.

Register for the 1-race membership here: https://goo.gl/n4Gz2j

Poowong 23rd Sept

‘A’ grade set-off on 4laps of the circuit.

Leongatha hosted the second event of a Gippsland combine series sponsored by Warragul City Motors at Poowong on Saturday with fine sunny spring weather prevailing. Continued…

Tarwin Lower 26th August

12 and 15min riders on top of the ridge.

The road season ended with a good field racing from Tarwin Lower to Walkerville and return. continued…

Cycling Australia press release

“The Cycling Australia Technical Commission has decided in favour of the introduction of Disc Brakes on bikes at all races, except the NRS and UCI events. This comes in to play immediately.
The reason behind the decision is to allow more clarity for new riders beginning in the sport. As you will realise Disc Brake bikes have become the norm in the marketplace.”

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