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Christmas is coming …Lots of Riding!

Be Safe …Make Conservative Decisions

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LIV- Kayla Jade


cycling side effects include : sweating, euphoria, uncontrollable laughter and general awesome Who would have thought it was pouring rain at 4:30 this morning? There was no way it was stopping us today! #multisportgold #giantbicyclesgoldcoast #livbeyond#foher #triathlon #training #swimbikerun #garminau#cycling #bikesgirls #ltpendurance #drinkpure#giantbicyclesa and that is  Allison Cooke ducking the selfie in the background…Great arm extension technique Kayla…


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The GC is A Triathletes Paradise..goForIT!

Book in now for our pre Christmas kids holiday clinics ! Ages 6 to 13
Tuesday Dec 15th 8.30-11.30 Paradise Point swim and run
Thursday Dec 17th 8.30-11.30 Nerang velodrome – ride and off road trail run
Tuesday Dec 22nd 8.30-11.30 Southport lagoon swim and run and kids strength and agility session 8.30-11.30
Morning tea included and prizes from our sponsors !
$30 per day or $80 if booking all 3 days. Please RSVP teresathecoach@gmail.com

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Junior Raptors on the water bottle challenge! Run, drink , run!

Posted by Team T-Rex Triathlon Coaching on Monday, November 9, 2015

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Training Details

Those planning Christmas training , the club will be operating normal sessions up to and including Thursday Dec 24th.
We will return to normal sessions on Monday January 4th.
Personal Programs are available if you wish to have guidance over this time


T Rex Training

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Specifically tailored Personal Training, Group Training & Children’s Fitness & Triathlon Squads. Be your best, look your best, feel the best!Body2Fit:No 23:3

Training

Monday – 5.30am Hill Runs (Burleigh/Miami Area)

Tuesday – 5.30am Southport Pool Technique swim

Wednesday – 5.30am Cycling Skills OR Brick Session (Ride/Run) (Nerang Cycle Centre/Mermaid Waters/The Spit)

Thursday – 5.30pm Miami Pool Endurance Swim

Friday – 5.30am Track Run (Pizzey Park Athletics Track)

Saturday – 5.30am Long Ride

Weekends – Trail Running, Open Water Swimming, Mini Triathlons


Meeting Spots
will be will be announced each week via our Private Facebook TriBabe Group.

Please make sure you follow us on Facebook to stay up to date on any changes to our sessions (due to bad weather etc).

What equipment to bring to sessions:

Swim sessions – Goggles, Kick board, paddles, flippers and pull buoy

Bike sessions – Bike, helmet, appropriate clothing/shoes, pump and spare tube (long rides only)

Run sessions – Appropriate shoes

All sessions – water, sun protection, sports watch (great to have but not essential)

tri on

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TriBabes

Training Schedule

We meet
MON- REST RECOVER
Tuesday – Swim squad
Wed morn 7am, Somerset Park, off Somerset Drive Mudgeerabah.
Wed 4pm- Cycling
Thursday- Rest
FRI-7am – Somerset Park
SAT- 7am Pirate Park Palm Beach Currumbin, Long Run, and swim run sets
SUNDAY.7am Long Ride


Gold Coast Tri Squad is a small inclusive Squad operating from the Southern end of the Gold Coast.  Coaches and members are friendly and love the sport.

Juniors aged 7-18 years. Specific training to build on skills, confidence and participation.

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Burleigh Tri Squad

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BTS Superstars Pre Ballarat 70.3

Wow.. it is only 1 week to go before the BTS Elite squad head down to take on the Ballarat 70.3.
It should be a great weekend with 17 BTS crew members in the touring group. The boys and girls have been training the house down, the last of the bigger brick sessions are completed…time to freshen up and let loose in Ballarat. Prepare for some awesome racing and lots of laughs and bantar.

Club Racing Paradise


If you haven’t already done so… JOIN A CLUB on the GC…
THEY HAVE GREAT CHRISTMAS PARTIES!


Email from CQ
Attn: Club Presidents & Secretaries

As many of you are aware the 2016 QLD Madison Championships are to be held at Chandler next Friday, December 11 from 5:00 pm. (warm up from 4:00 pm)

Currently we are seeking additional entries for the Men’s and Women’s Madison events on the night.

Entries are $70 per team of two riders. Riders must be in either the Under 19, U23M, Elite or Masters categories in the 2016 year.

Original Post by Andre Bondeson

Could you please pass this information to all of your respective members as entries for the State Madison Championships close at midnight this Sunday, December 6th.

For Championship events such as the Madison to continue to be held, CQ is looking to greatly increase the exposure, entries and support for the event in anticipation for the 2016/17 Championships to be held at the new indoor velodrome at Chandler.

Thank you for your assistance in promoting this event to your members.

Racing at Crestmead is back on again this Saturday. (7th)  $10 for a fun and hard hit out. Registration on Platinum Dr. See you there!

The long awaited mid-week twilight criterium racing starts tomorrow (Wed 4 Nov). $10 race fee. Everyone welcome to race. Please bring your CA licence, All grades roll away at 5pm.
A Grade 60 mins plus 2 laps
B Grade 50 mins plus 2 laps
C/D Grade 40 mins plus 2 laps
3 Race permits for sale at the canteen ($47 plus race fee).
Location: 1 Hope Street, Nerang.

The Gold Coast Masters Cycling Club will be holding the Annual Presentation and Christmas Function at Royal Pines on Sunday 13th December at 12:00. The club will be subsiding the cost of the seafood buffet to encourage as many members as possible to attend. In order to finalise numbers, the club will require final payment of $20 (excluding drinks that you will be required to pay for on the day) by 15 November 2015. Payment can be made from next Sunday at the sign on desk after racing has finished.

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About Gold Coast Cycling Combine

The Gold Coast competitive cycling combine consists of members of Gold Coast competitive cycling clubs which conduct regular racing in the region.

This facebook group is an open group where Clubs can post updates to the cycling community and individuals can engage in open discussion on cycling matters.

The site will be moderated to exclude inappropriate postings; however, moderation will not extend to restricting open discussion of matters of interest to us all.

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Race Details

Sunday Racing 29.11.15

Computer St Criterium, Arundel
Hosted by: Gold Coast Goldstars CC

Restricted Open – all welcome!!

Entries Open: 6:40am
Race Start: 7:00am
Entry Fee: $15


Standard Post:

Goldstars @ the the track
Saturdays Luke Harrop Criterium.
7.30 start. Rego from 7.00am.
Open to members of Cats, Goldstars, Mbah and Logan plus visitors.

Race skills training following at 8.30am.

Contact

Current Commitee

PRESIDENT Damien McFarline 0400 586 047
    dammich(at)bigpond.com
VICE PRESIDENT Michael Thornton  
SECRETARY Nanette Richert 0420 352 924
    nanette.richert(at)gmail.com
TREASURER Andre Bondeson 0412 434 323
COMMITTEE Sarah Patterson  
COMMITTEE Malcolm Rae 0411 647 592
COMMITTEE Brad Reardon 0403 026 161
CLUB CAPTAIN Tim Hoy 0411 647 592
SENIOR COACH (U13) Malcolm Rae 0411 647 592
SENIOR COACH (U15, U17) Brad Reardon 0403 026 161
CLUB COMMISSAIRE Andre Bondeson 0412 434 323
CLUB CLOTHING Nanette Richert 0420 352 924
 
Email: goldstarscyclingclub(at)gmail.com
Postal:
Gold Coast Goldstars Cycling Club Inc
Post Office Box 5230
MERMAID WATERS, Qld, 4218

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Goldstars Story

The GC Goldstars CC is a leading cycling club in Gold Coast City actively promoting Road and Track cycling through its junior development program.

The Gold Coast Goldstars Cycling Club has, since its inception on 15th February 1993, actively promoted competitive cycling activities while encouraging social inter-action among its members and among the general cycling community. From an initial membership of 18 members, the Club has grown to become the Club of choice for Junior cyclists due to its successful Junior Development Program carried on by our Club Coaches and a host of actively involved parents and members.

The Goldstars inaugural meeting was held at the Pindara Sports Clinic in early 1993 with 17 attendees. By November that year, the Club was running organised time trial training on Robina Parkway at 6:00pm and by years end, with a membership of 36, was conducting Monday Time Trials with up to 43 regular riders.

On New Years Day 1994, the Club successfully ran the first New Years Day Open Criterium around the streets of Robina followed by an Open Track Carnival at Chandler Velodrome in Brisbane on the following evening. The New Years Day Open has been run every year since firstly in Robina around Manly and Cottesloe Drives before moving briefly to the Goldstars established Robina Holden circuit in Brabham Drive, Robina and, most recently, to the Nerang Cycling Complex where it attracts large fields including many of the Aussie internationals who use it as final preparation before contesting the Bay Series in Victoria and the “Tour Down Under” in January.

During the years the Club has been active, it has conducted Saturday morning handicap road races in Tallebudgera Valley until increased development drove us out of the Valley in 2000. Wednesday afternoon Criteriums were run on the Surfers Paradise raceway regularly drawing up to 140 riders. Criterium circuits were later established in Molendinar for a brief period with racing held both Wednesday afternoon and Saturday mornings. Sunday morning Criterium racing was held on the Robina Holden closed road from 2000 through to 2005 until, again, increased development moved us on. Currently, the Club runs a monthly road race on the Old Pacific Highway at Pimpama and Criteriums at both Computer St, Arundel and the Luke Harrop Performance Centre at Runaway Bay.

In the early years, the Club established a daily morning training ride from the Mermaid Waters Ambulance Station. The Goldstars Ride, as it was known, became very popular with Club members and non-members alike and was great source of new members often attracting up to eighty riders. The ride exists today as a public ride, after public liability concerns forced the Club to remove their endorsement.

The Club has always encouraged the discipline of Track Cycling running Track Carnivals at both Chandler in Brisbane and the Nerang Velodrome as well as Weekly Track events during the Summer Track season. Track is seen as the purest form of cycling without the ever changing technology of Road cycling and our junior cyclists are encouraged to learn their skills on the velodrome.

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8 x 1sts, 7 x 2nds and 3 x 3rds in addition to several minor placings next to the podium. Stand out performances came from Franky, Zakk, Dylan and James. Congratulations to all who competed and thank you to all coaches involved.
(A few images of the day capturing the spirit of the carnival – courtesy of Shirley Nield.)

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Goldstars run a great junior program

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The Banter

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We’re off to a great start at the first mid-week twilight criterium race of the summer season with many familiar faces checking in at Nerang for a Wednesday hit-out. Swapping his leathers for lycra again, Mr Moto GP Bryan Staring has come back from Europe in fine form as he broke away from A Grade and will be looking for pole position in the coming weeks.

We nearly ran out of race numbers in B Grade this evening with over 30 riders on the start sheet including twinkle toes and footy legend Mat Rogers, but the star of the show tonight was Bradly Warnes with an easy down hill victory and a cheeky salute.

Results

A GRADE
1st Brad Soden (Murwillumbah CC)
2nd Lindsey Lawry (CATS)
3rd Bryan Staring (CATS)
Prime: Brad Soden

B GRADE
1st Bradley Warnes (Goldstars CC)
2nd David Barber (Murwillumbah CC)
3rd Greg Dwiar (CATS)
4th Ryan Davis (Logan CC)

C GRADE
1st Kerry Wylde (Murwillumbah CC)
2nd Milford McArthur (CATS)
3rd Etienne Richert (Goldstars CC)

Congratulations to those who placed and thanks all the riders who came down to Nerang to support local racing.

Finally, a big thank you to the volunteers who made this race possible: Rob Craig, John Huntley-Chipper, Chris Alomes, Sue McCallum, Tim Hoy and Andrea Abbassi.

See you all next Wednesday at Nerang Cycle Center.Cats at Nerang

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Training/Twilight Racing

Training for RoadNats or for fitness? $10 mid-week twilight criterium racing is on again this Wednesday. Please bring your Race licence. Rego opens 4.20pm. All grades roll away at 5pm.

A Grade 55 mins plus 2 laps
B Grade 45 mins plus 2 laps
C Grade 35 mins plus 2 laps

(anticlockwise uphill finish + KOM prime in each grade)

3 Race permit cards for sale at the canteen until sold out. Note Cycling Australia are selling online 3 race permits. See link below to purchase online to avoid delays at registration.

https://eventdesq.imgstg.com/index.cfm…

See you at 1 Hope Street, Nerang.


CATS members: Nerang Wednesdays for Skills & Race Training with Coach Steve Rooney. Starts 4pm to 5pm at Nerang Cycle Centre, 1 Hope Street, Nerang.

Why not make full use of this FREE coaching service provided by your club for all CATS racing members as well as our recreational club members.

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Race Details

Posted 30 Oct:

Do you have what it takes to get on the ENDURO criterium podium this Sunday?

A Grade 90 mins plus 3 laps
B Grade 80 mins plus 3 laps
C/D Grade 70 mins plus 3 laps
Hill top finish (clockwise).

An extra hard Endurance race deserves extra generous prize money in each grade and we’ll proudly display your podium photo on this page.

Registration opens at 6.20am. $15 race entry. All grades roll away 7am sharp. All welcome to race or come down to cheer on your mates.

Stick around for FREE tea/coffee and cake. Showers available in the clubhouse.

See you this Sunday at 1 Hope Street, Nerang.


 $10 mid-week twilight criterium racing starts up on Wednesday 4th November. All grades roll away at 5pm (hosted by the CATS).


Sunday Racers: The Nerang criterium is back on this Sunday and it’s still FREE entry for C Grade.

All grades roll away at 7.30am. (A, B, C/D Grades)
Registration will open at the canteen from 6:50am and close at 7:20am.

A Grade: 60 minutes plus 3 laps
B Grade: 50 minutes plus 3 laps
C/D Grade: 40 minutes plus 3 laps

FREE ENTRY FOR C Grade extended to 4 October 2015.

For further race information and terms, go to our race calendar at www.goldcoastcats.com

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The Cats Story

The Gold Coast Cycling Club (aka CATS) are currently the number one cycling club in Queensland having been named “Club of the Year” at the Cycling Qld Awards Presentations for 2012. The club boasts a strong group of elite cyclists who have achieved at international level such as Robbie McEwen, Sara Carrigan (OAM), Danny Clark (OAM), Jonathan Cantwell, Katrin Garfoot and Emily Roper.

Gold Coast Cycling Club, “CATS” boast a strong group of elite cyclists who have achieved at international level such as Robbie McEwen, Jonathan Cantwell, Emily Roper and Sara Carrigan. We have several junior state champions in both individual and team events on both Track and Road. Similarly, our Elite and Masters riders are consistent medal winners in state championships.

The Gold Coast Cycling Club is the Coast’s premier cycling club. Awarded Cycling Queensland’s Club of the Year in 2012 and finalist for this award in 2013.

We provide opportunities for racing for all levels of cyclists from juniors to adults. Our junior development program is inclusive, challenging and fun and we encourage and support our junior cyclists in seeking opportunities to test their skills in a variety of venues. We have State champions in both individual and team events on both Track and Road. Similarly, our Elite and Masters riders are consistent medal winners in State championships.
Whether it be in road or track cycling the Gold Coast Cycling Club invites you to become a member and participate actively in this great sport.

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Notices

Murwillumbah Cycle Club held its annual presentation night on Sunday 22nd of November at Bucks Barn in Chillingham.

Congratulations to all of the award recipients

A Grade Club Champions
1. Craig Reston
2. Brad Soden
3. Nick Leonard

B Grade Club Champions
1. Greg Williamson
2. Col Harvey
3. Bruce Phelps

C Grade Club Champions
1. Scott Carpenter
2. Marty Hancock
3. Arthur Puie

D Grade Club Champions
1. Eric Hall
2. Robert Quirk
3. Kerry Wild

Female Club Champion
Kirsty Wright

Junior Rider of the Year – Alex Mena

Most improved male – Scott Carpenter

Most improved female – Tracey Foyster

Grizzly Award – Jeff Collier

Hubcap Award – Michael Doolan

Galah Award – Neil Pollock (Honestly, who knocks their bike off their roof…twice!?)

Moto Comm of the year – Peter McMahon

Thank you to everyone who attended the presentations and competed throughout the year. Hope to see you all next year!

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Race details

 Racing every Saturday @ 2pm at Pat Smith Park www.murbahcycleclub.org.au mail@murbahcycleclub.org.au

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Murwillumbah Women

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MCC’s Women’s Fondo 40/80km
Last years women’s 100 was so popular we decided to make it an annual event. Please share with women riders you know.
This ride is for fun and participation and to build skills and confidence on the road. Also to come together as a female cycling community socialise and meet new people.
For more information Contact Simone E-communication@murbahcycleclub.org.auMurbah women

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The Murwillumbah Story

Murwillumbah Cycle Club has been home to road racing in the Northern Rivers since the 1930s and continues to host weekly graded races from January to October.

Races are held every Saturday at 2pm (Queensland time). Sign up at Pat Smith Park at 1.30pm. Click here for directions to the race start and sign-up venue at Dulguigan Road.

The club stages stratch and handicap races on the picturesque roads of the Tweed Valley, catering to everyone from national-level competitors to absolute beginners.

Keen competition has a high emphasis on safety and a supportive environment, to ensure riders have fun while they get fit and share their love of cycling.

Murwillumbah Cycle Club is friendly club with a growing number of female riders and a healthy crop of rising junior talent.

Many of its members get together for a relaxed social ride each Sunday morning.

Anyone keen to try their hand at cycle racing is welcome to join the club at one of its race days or social rides.

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Social Rides

Northern Gold Coast

Day Time Meeting Place Description of ride
Monday 7.15am Homeworld -Helensvale 50-60km easy recovery ride
Tuesday 7.15am Homeworld -Helensvale 60km hilly trainging ride
Wednesday 7.15am Homeworld -Helensvale 50-60km moderate ride
Thursday 7.15am Homeworld -Helensvale 70-80km moderate training ride
Friday 7.15am Homeworld -Helensvale 50-60km easy ride

Southern Gold Coast

Day Time Meeting Place Description of ride
Monday-Friday 7.00am Burleigh Surf Club Varies each day

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Race Schedule


Gold Coast Masters Cycling Club. Inc
PO Box 1179
Runaway Bay. 4216
Phone: 0409 175 755

Results page Click here


33 2015-09-06 Gaven 8am Short Course
34 2015-09-13 Luke Harrop 8am
35 2015-09-20 Nerang 8am State Titles
36 2015-09-27 Luke Harrop 8am State Titles
37 2015-10-04 Gaven РStart of Dayling Savings 7am State Titles – Long Course
38 2015-10-11 Luke Harrop 7am
39 2015-10-18 Nerang 7am
40 2015-10-25 Luke Harrop 7am
41 2015-11-01 Gaven 7am Short Course
42 2015-11-08 Luke Harrop 7am
43 2015-11-15 Nerang 7am
44 2015-11-22 Luke Harrop 7am
45 2015-11-29 Nerang 7am
46 2015-12-06 Gaven 7am Short Course
47 2015-12-13 Luke Harrop 7am
48 2015-12-20 Nerang 7am Fun Day

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The Masters Story

Sunday is Raceday

Every Sunday (weather permitting) is raceday for the Gold Coast Masters. Numbers range from 50 to 70, divided into grades A to E. Our aims are to provide high quality racing in a safe and friendly environment, sheep stations are not at stake. Our mission statement is accurate. We have 4 different circuits, using a different one each week. Our club is not associated in any way with the UCI. You can come and try racing with us at anytime. Have a free trial ride and see why our club is one of the best supported clubs in Qld.

“Membership for the Masters runs from January 1st to December 31st for each year.

Membership fees are only $100 for the whole year. To be eligible you must be 30+ years for females and 35+ years for males .

To join to club simply follow this link and follow the prompts.”

Long Course Road Race – May 3rd

The first Sunday in May (3rd) will see the return of the much loved Gaven Road Race – Long Course. This is a tough race and we only hold it twice a year (May & October). The race starts at 7am because we have to be off the circuit by 9am according to our council/DMR/Police approvals. Please note, this is a popular event so be on time to sing on and warm up.

2014 was a great year for the Masters

2014 was a good year, we ended up with about 140 members. We have even more this year. We held regular social rides and training rides along with social events like Christmas in July. We also hold fun days with novelty events and regular free bbqs after racing.

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About Southern Coast Region Cycling

The South Coast Region is an Cycling QLD regional alliance between the Gold Coast CATS, Goldstars, Logan and Murwillumbah Cycling Clubs. This is a forum to communicate matters and events involving the clubs and the wider cycling community

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Cyclocross will challenge the best of us…Have you had a go ?

Race Details

Round 5

Location

Merv Craig Sporting Complex, Galleon Way, Currumbin Waters (Southern Gold Coast – QLD)

Events

  • Come n Try Cyclocross Kids Under 13 – 10 mins plus one lap (9.15am start)
  • Come n Try Cyclocross ‘All Comers’ – 25 mins plus one lap (9.30am start)
  • B Grade Men/Women – 30 mins plus one lap (10.30am start)
  • A Grade Men/Women – 45 mins plus one lap (11.15am start)

Description
Cyclocross is an emerging discipline of cycling that sees participants complete laps around an off-road circuit whilst negotiating obstacles that often sees them having to dismount and run with their bikes.

The course is a relatively flat 2km circuit. A combination of grass and dirt with some fun sections. Any bike with working brakes can be used.

Entry Details
Click here

Full event details
www.tourdevalley.com.au

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About GC Cyclocross

Gold Coast Cyclocross – focused on growing cyclocross on the coast & surrounds

try cyclocross … traffic free, off-road cycling covering a mix of terrains and surfaces. A one hour cardio blast!

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Cyclocross GC:Ad for OctAttention CX’ers below the border – want some more Queensland Cyclocross action? Check out the comp GCCX is running in conjunction with ‪#‎TourdeValley‬ in the first Victorian edition of ‪#‎MultisportMag‬ return flight, accommodation & race entries all covered in 25 words or less let us know why you deserve to win.

What is Cyclocross?

Cyclocross is a combination of cycling and running that originated in the winter months in Europe. Because of the adverse weather conditions, European road cyclists developed cyclocross (CX) as a way to maintain fitness and cycling form over winter. The popularity of cyclocross has spread to north America and, more recently, Australia.

Cyclocross races are held outdoors, offroad. Races are relatively short, ranging from 20 – 60 minutes. Serious competitors use lightweight bicycles resembling road bikes. Courses include sections where the rider must dismount and run with or carry their bike.

Velodrome to Flippers

Photo: BTS

Burliegh Tri Squad Nov 29Mt Warning Summit Run Xmas edition


Are you game?

3rd annual Gold Coast Trail Runners Xmas Eve Mt Warning Summit “Run”!
Meet at the top carpark at 6am QLD time (7am NSW time).
This run is extremely social – there will be lots of hiking on the uphill so don’t be concerned about the pace.
BYO breakfast and coffee for a carpark picnic post-run!


Tri some Pink

See what Tri Pink looks like!

We had a great day at Ramsay Health Care Triathlon Pink at the Sunshine Coast on the weekend. If you want to know what Tri Pink looks like - take a look! #triathlonpink #nbcfaus #visitsunshinecoast Heritage Vorgee Specialized Bicycles Specialized Women National Breast Cancer Foundation Thanks to Aus Sports TV for another great clip!

Posted by Triathlon Pink on Wednesday, December 2, 2015

A Climbers Paradise

Club Talle's New Cafe.

You are Invited

Club talle Coffe Shack (large)

The Gold Coast have an amazing range of cycling options. You can see the “starter kit’ version in the slide show above…all are linked

Byron Bay

Jason Hardy and the Boyz from Byron

Jason Hardy of Edge Jewellery Designs in Byron Bay snapped this beauty last weekend…Jason is one of the Dynamic ‘Boyz from Byron’ who ride with the  Byron Bay Cycling Club…check them out

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Look what was on Facebook this week…always interesting and current. latest group Rides, Events, the What, Where and When’s…plus..join me

Cheers Steve 

Ali at nerang Nov28


Coffee + climbing + Friday’s = Happy Place …Magic morning to be back in the hills, really have missed some of cute spots along the way! So excited to have taken Envie out, can’t wait for our next climb up the mountain! #livbeyond #livAwesome#Livcycling_aus #livbeyond #bicyclesgc #trainingbuddy@giantbikesaus @livcycling_aus


Albie


Great catching Penrith’s favourite son & one of Ironman’s best commentators @reidy_ post race today, heard him during the full 21km on the run#OnlyInPenrith #NoFishOutOfWater #BondiRescue#IronmanGWS


That was RideGC Facebook this week

This is why I love our cycling community! I received this message from Kris & her ..

Village Bikes is a revolution …a local initiative that reflects the GC casual lifestyle 

Ironman ran a story recently on Anthony Cooke former rower and now ironman

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