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It's is now 3 races down in the 12-race BikeBug Beaumont Road points series for NSCC riders.
The points standing for each grade is:
1st - 25pts - Matthew Garnon
2nd - 20 pts - Jeff Nakajima
3rd - all on 15pts - Marcus Culey, Simon Davies, Geoffrey Goh, Andrew Logan, Darryl Noolan, Michael Potter, Craig Stevens and Christopher Williams.
1st - 35pts - Ran Virdi
2nd - 20pts - Jeff Dhu
3rd - 15 pts - Archie Wilson, Mark Craig
1st - 20pts - Daniel Newman
Beaumont Road is the Premier Criterium race in Sydney!
Another great day of racing under blues skies on Easter Monday, with a big crowd on the sidelines watching. Thank you to the many riders and visitors from other clubs including MWCC, CCCC, SUVelo, Parramatta, DHBC, RBCC, Easts, BiciSport, Marconi, Peleton and Harlequins.
Good fast racing across 4 full grades, with overall 95 riders signing on, including 46 from NSCC.
Thank you also to Gary Keating, Gary Bazley and Dave Hatley for the official duties.
The podium places in each grade were:
On Easter Monday (21st April), the next round in the BikeBug Beauie Worlds Criterium 2014 Series takes place. In 2014 the Beauie crits have been most popular for many years, and it remains the premier Crit race in the Sydney metro area.
Due to the event's popularity we'd encourage racers to rock up early to ensure you get a spot in your nominated grade. Riders from all over Sydney and the Central Coast are expected so if you're up for it, come and have a go.
Registrations start at 7.45am
What a great weekend of racing at Bathurst with NSCC well represented in the Junior ranks. All the Junior competitors gave all they had in their races. It was great watching them on the day ... they all put in 110% effort. Most importantly they all had fun.
They all enjoyed themselves on the day and were pleased with their results.
After racing and the next day a few of the juniors and parents road laps of the actual Bathurst 1000 circuit. They absolutely loved climbing up the mountain especially the parents. LOL !!!!!!!!!! I loved the smile of the kids when that happen.
The Easter Friday NSCC training ride has been a fave at this time of the year, and sweetly timed just 3 weeks out from the Coota race or the YOTS Sydney-Surfers ride.
The bunch leaves Hornsby pool at 7am, and the first part of the ride is to Windsor via Galston Gorge.
From Windsor we head over to the Sackville ferry, then onto the River Road. The run along the River Road is one of the highlights of the ride, mixing tarmac and dirt roads.
We park up at to Wisemans for lunch.
From there we head back to Glenorie and through Berowra ferry home to Hornsby. Should be about 160kms.