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Beauie Worlds Sunday 17th September

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Oil your chains, tighten your cleats, shave your legs - yes it's Beauie this Sunday in this amazing spring weather.

Will we see the newly crowned king of West Head Wall - Mark Templeton - at Beauie this week to show that his awesome form can also work on the fast beauie crit course? Will we see Jack Renshaw try to outdo the ugly pain face he perfected last week?

We are expecting a large field given the weather and the break in NRS racing, so get there early.

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Sunday 20th August - Beauie Worlds

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The monthly Beauie race is on this Sunday - Sydney's best criterium race circuit is sure to have melting tarmac as the region's hottest riders scorch the course in this beautiful weather we're having.

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Battle of the Bridge Round 3 - Michael Potter puts on a Clinic as Norths dominate again!

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Another cool but clear morning greeted riders for the 3rd round of BOTB at West Head. At sign on, Alexis was talking about having "bad legs" due to some event on Friday and so wouldn't be starting today. The rumour mill is in overdrive that The Donald has personally requested Alexis be appointed to the role of Press Secretary after reading last week's MWCC Fake News post race report that was published last week. Apparently Trump has been impressed with Alexis ability to overlook facts time and time again and likened the Manly Secretary to "Comical Ali".

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Battle of the Bridge Round 2 – The Red and White Walkers Dominate

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Winter had well and truly arrived this morning for Round 2 of Battle of the Bridge. The industrial wasteland of Beaumont Road was the venue for the 2nd round and for those unfamiliar, tight hairpin corners awaited them. A fantastic turnout for this morning’s race, with the coffee van pumping out plenty of brews for riders and spectators alike. SuVelo and NSCC brought strong teams to the Crit race of the North, while Manly for all their posturing during the week, had a decidedly weaker team.

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Battle of the Bridge Round 2 - Race Preview

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After the first round at Heffron Park with Manly claiming all the spoils* (SuVelo were the real winners) we move North of the Bridge to Beauemont Road for the NSCC Round of Battle of the Bridge. Beauie is a tough little circuit and if you can’t go around a corner, you can find yourself dropped off the back off the group and having to drop a Griepelesque 1500w effort to get back on. Just ask Chris Miller.

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Battle of the Bridge Round One - Moral Victory to NSCC

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Yesterday the mighty NSCC warriors travelled into enemy territory to defend our dominance of the Sydney inter-club race series - the Battle of the Bridge Round 1 at Heffron.

A massive bunch rolled down the Pacific Highway en route to Heffron - it was an amazing sight. Our hosts at Heffron RBCC put on a very well-organised race considering it was a sellout in all grades. They even organised a free sausage sizzle (sorry Tai - no vegan snags) and beers which was very hospitable.

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Club Juniors Conquer Schools MTB Champs

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Juniors Conquer Schools MTB Champs

Congratulations to our NSCC and NSCA junior riders in competing at the NSW
All Schools MTB Championships 2017 4 Hour Race.

It was a brilliant day of racing and the Western Sydney MTB Club hosted a
great championship event. The weather conditions was just perfect
and the atmosphere superb.

A stellar performance by Fergus Mackie and Matt Vassilieff coming first
place in the Senior Male division Year 11 - 12.

Erik Vetisch also made the podium in 3rd place in the Intermediate division
Year 9 - 10.

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Beauie in ON This Morning - 18th June

Clear skies so great racing this morning. Rego opens at 7.40am

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Beauie Worlds Sunday 18th June - Battle of the Bridge Tune Up

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OK hitters, Beauie is on this Sunday. This is the perfect tuneup for the following week's Battle of the Bridge round one at Heffron, where you can hone your crit skills and practice team tactics for the following week.

We are expecting a big turnout with the weather forecast looking favourable, so get to Beauie early to sign on and warm up.

Racing will be graded scratch race over four grades A-D. Rego is open from 7.40am - please bring your current race licence and wear an approved helmet. Entry fee is $20 for adults and $10 for juniors

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Beauie Worlds 21 May - Race Report and Results

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Finally the weather gods were kind and Beauie kicked off under sunny autumn skies. The birds were chirping, the leaves turning.....but I digress.

Big fields across all grades made for some hot racing. And great to see so many juniors punching it out in D grade.

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Beauie is ON Today

Weather is great so Beauie is on as scheduled

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Beauie Worlds Sunday 21st May

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This Sunday sees the monthly Beauie World Titles - the region's best criterium race.

We're expecting all the big hitters back from last week's Grafton-to-Inverell, so A grade will be fiercely contested with Sydney's best riders who will relish a shorter fast course after the brutal G2I.

The Beauie course is smooth hotmix bitumen, unlike the photo of the G2I dead roads.

Racing will be a scratch race over four grades, A-D, and registration can be pre-booked using the link on this website, or you can register on the day. Registration will be open from 7.30am for an 8.15am rollout.

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Annual General Meeting - 8 May 2017

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On behalf of the NSCC committee this is a reminder to all members to attend the club AGM at the Blue Gum Hotel Waitara at 7pm on Monday 8th May 2017.

Nominations for the elected positions have closed - the due date was 1 May 2017 as advised to all financial members. The valid nominations are listed below - there is only one nomination for each position on the committee. As per the process notified to members, further nominations will not be accepted at the AGM.

The returning officer has approved the following:

President - George Mouyahet (sole nomination)

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Cootamundra Opens Racing This Weekend

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The famous Cootamundra Haycarters Handicap - or Coota as it is better known - is one the the NSW Open classics.

Rolling terrain on those infamous dead roads where you feel like you are pedalling through treacle, makes this a hard race. That's why it is always seen as the benchmark for true race form.

Being a handicap means that its full gas all the way as the aim is to catch the bunch up the road, yet not get caught by the chasing bunches - as they say you're always on the rivet.

This year NSCC has a smaller contingent than in the past, however the team is quality.

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Michael Potter, NSW U23 Road Champion Thanks His Home Club

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Former club junior and now NSW U23 road champion, Michael Potter, is a fantastic example and role model of the NSCC club values.

At the recent State Road Championships, Michael outclassed a red hot field to take the gold medal in an eye-catching performance, that has earned him a ride in Europe at the top level. The win followed other recent top results with podium at Blayney to Bathurst, and a win at the Bathurst Hill Climb champs.

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NSCC Takes On State Masters Champs in Orange

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This weekend sees the NSW state masters championships in Orange. Riders compete in 3 disciplines - Road Race, Criterium and Individual Time Trial

NSCC has a really solid team of entrants - all of whom are capable of getting on the podium in their respective age divisions (no pressure boys).

For those who have raced masters categories, you'll know how tough it is and how tactically smart you need to be to take the race.

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Beauie Worlds Easter Monday 17th April

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Folks

After two rained-out Beauies this year, the club committee and especially El Pres George Mouyahet, have been seeking guarantees from the Weather Bureau that we will have fine weather this weekend.

And the forecast looks perfect as we host the traditional Easter Monday Beauie Worlds. New Beauie Supremo Bob (Attaquer) Santone has his team prepped and ready to put on a great race on NSW's best criterium course. We are expecting a big turnout as everyone wants to race Beauie on Easter Monday, so we advise competitors to pre-book via the club webshop on the NSCC home page.

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Saluting Club Legend - Craig Stevens

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For the past several years, once and sometimes twice a month, our beloved Beauie Race Coordinator - Craig Stevens - has been running our crit races at Beaumont Road.

Many club members perhaps do not realise how much effort goes into running races - not just on the race day, but all the preparatory work to organise Traffic Controllers, liaise with other clubs and making sure the course is in good condition for race day.

Craig has been doing this hard work - like all the volunteers who comprise the club committee - for one reason, he loves the club and the sport of competition cycling.

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B2B Weekend 2017 Report

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Bathurst Weekend 2017

A fantastic weekend was enjoyed by almost 50 Northern Sydney members at the B2B Cycling Festival in Bathurst over the first weekend in April.

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NSCC Elite Development Team – 2016 Year in Review

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2016 was the first year of the Northern Sydney Cycling Club’s ‘elite development’ program. With a solid squad of riders aged 16-23 aiming to take their racing to the next level, we have worked together to hone skills training, racing and in approaching NRS teams for an opportunity to race at the next level.

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Rain Gods 2 - Beauie Worlds 0

Due to Noah's flood conditions this week, the rain gods have again beaten us. For safety reasons we are cancelling Beauie early so you can have a sleep in and then hit the turbo and dream of racing at Beauie.

If this rain continues we will arrange for Zwift and Sufferfest to create a Beauie circuit on their apps so we can get to enjoy our favourite course

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Beauie Worlds Sunday 19th March - Let There Be Sunshine

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After a week of miserable weather, this Sunday the cycling gods have been summoned to Mount Olympus, aka Mount Ku-Ring-Gai, for the first Beauie Worlds for 2017.

Every hitter in the region has been burning out their Wahoo Kickrs, Tacx Neos and fluid trainers, trying to keep the legs fresh for this Sunday. Well folks your wait is over, because this Sunday Beauie is on.

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Beauie Cancelled Today

Unfortunately the weather has beaten us and in the interests of safety we have had to cancel today's Beauie.

Watch this site and Facebook for a rescheduled date to be announced

Thanks

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Beauie World's Sunday 26th February - Chris Froome @ Beauie

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Well that headline no doubt caught your attention. While Chris did ride with Harrison Bailey, one of our gun riders, he unfortunately can't be at Beauie this Sunday.

However, every other hitter in the region will be there to claim honours in the first Beauie for 2017. There are imitators in the crit racing scene, but there's only one Beauie - a perfect tight and fast circuit that has become the benchmark and Sydney's premier criterium race.

There will be 4 grades A-D, in a scratch race format.

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Club Women's Ride 5th February

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Calling all interested women riders - one of our members, Ruth-Anne Marchant - has organised a ride for Sunday 5th February. Details are set out below

There will be two distance options: ~40km and ~55km. Both options will take us to Akuna Bay.

Those interested in the ~55km option, we meet at Hornsby Pool at 6:30 AM.

Those interested in the ~40km option, we'll pick you up in St Ives along the way. Exact location/time to be posted closer to the date. Check our Facebook group for details.

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