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After the massive success of the NSCC warriors last weekend especially Tom Green, Angus Calder, Harro Morgan, Simon Davies, Harrison Bailey and Marcus Culey in National Capital Tour, there is more racing this weekend.
The usual road convicts will be heading down to Heffron Park Saturday afternoon at 3pm, to again show those south-siders that NSCC is the club that simply lives to race. There's a core group who go down every Saturday, so if you fancy a fast loop circuit crit (that is almost as good as Beauie), join the club riders down there - signon at 2.30pm
A big weekend of racing coming up for the NSCC troopers - the undisputed winners of the recent Battle of the Bridge inter-club series.
First up, we have Beauie this Sunday 18th - the best crit racing in NSW. Scratch racing format across four grades A-D. Pre-registration is available on the club website or you can register on the day from 7.30am. Please remember to bring current racing licence and wear an approved helmet. Address is Beaumont Road, Mount Ku-Ring-Gai.
Battle of the Bridge Round 3 - Beauie Worlds Edition.
Sunday 21st brought the Battle of the Bridge to Beauemont Road and it was clearly to anyone that attended the race on theweekend that Alexis needs to head back to pre-school to learn to count.With each club assigned 8 riders per club per grade as there was a sea of smurf blue, with MWCC entering 17 riders into B Grade alone. Suvelo had a good strong contingent, while RBCC must of got lost somewhere heading north as they struggled to hit double figures.
While we watch the TDF warriors battle the brutal climbs, let's turn our minds to a course of a different kind - the super-quick Beauie crit circuit. This is Sydney's premier criterium race.
Yes Beauie is back for our monthly schedule of great (and safe) crit racing. Format will be scratch races across four grades A-D. All NSCC club members need to get out there on Sunday to ensure they catch the selector's eye for the next round of Battle of the Bridge, to be held at Beauie on 21 August.
Well Round Two of the Battle of the Bridge - held on Sunday at Smurfland aka West Head - again showed that the mighty NSCC are permanent fixtures on the podium.
This race report adheres to the Honesty in Journalism Code, unlike the MWCC report which has been referred to the Press Council of Australia for entry into the fiction section of the digital Velo Library.