Nick Cowie

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Race report – Serpentine 12 May 2018

3 women riders smiling

Sunshine and 30 degree temperatures greeted the riders for the start of the Club’s winter road race season in Serpentine last Saturday afternoon. In addition to the usual five grades of racing, two grades of women’s only racing and a junior development ride was on offer. With budding junior racers riding one lap of the …

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What do you need to start racing

1. A sense of adventure, you do not need to be the fittest, fastest bike rider out there, a willingness to ride hard and compete is what is needed. The club caters for all levels with riders from eleven to over eighty. There will be up to seven different grades of racing, including two women …

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Cyclists with knee pain wanted for UWA clinical trial

The club has been approached by researchers at UWA looking for males who ride more than 140 kilometres a week and suffer knee pain at the front of their knee/s to participate in a clinical trial using cleat wedges. For more information, including contact details see the Participant Information.

Junior development session this Sunday at Alumina Way

This Sunday we will be running a Development Session at our race for all the juniors that are a little too fast for the critters later in the day, but not yet ready for the jump to E Grade. Starting at 8.20, they will ride about 4 laps, working on their cornering, group riding and …

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Peel’s latest national champion on the B graders

National under 19 road race champion and Peel member Tyler Lindorff is interviewed and interviews in the latest episode of the B graders. Tyler is also profiled in the West Australian (added 12 January 2018 1408)

Golden Criterium Rockingham 11 November 2017

Theo Yates arms raised, wins from Steven Hall and Tyler Lindorff

Last Saturday morning saw the initial running of the Beach Cup Golden Criterium on a tight 850 metre circuit on the Rockingham Beach foreshore and cafe strip. It was intended to run both a men’s and women’s elite race. However, with most of the best women riders in Perth participating in the Tour of Margaret …

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Race report – Hilly TT Serpentine Dam 8 October 2017

Colin Rose working hard up the climb

The Peel District Cycling Club road season traditionally finishes with the Hilly Time Trial. A race from Serpentine Dam along Kingsbury Drive to the Monastery and return. The course is best described as undulating, as you are either climbing or descending, there is not one section of flat road. In 2014 a young man named …

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The new PDCC Kit is open for pre-order

Please email president@pdcc.asn.au or Facebook Message Liam Magowan (President) with your preferred sizes if you want to look your best heading into the upcoming Summer Race season! We are currently only taking orders for summer kit – Bibs, Jersey and Skinsuits. (Winter kits will be available in the future) Jerseys – $90 Bibs – …

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PDCC Windup and AGM

Peel Winery Fletcher Rd Saturday 4th November at 1pm until 5pm. Bring your chairs, umbrellas BYO picnic and beer/spirits. Wine will be provided by the winery (free) and soft drinks are free. BBQ are available for use. Get your family & friends together for a fun afternoon where we will have presentations for the last …

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Race Report – Club Championships, Dog Hill, 16 September 2017

Heather Connan crpssing the finish raises her arm in the air

Last Saturday saw the final road race of Peel District Cycling Club winter season. The Club Championship at the Dog Hill circuit in Baldivis. As the race was only open to club members, the numbers were down, but the racing intensity was up and riders race for the honour of being the club champion in …

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