Nick Cowie

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Jul 31 2017

Race Report – Serpentine 29 July 2017

Jay Lindorff wins C grade

The threat of rain and high winds kept the numbers down at Peel District Cycling Club races at Serpentine on Saturday. It was dry and overcast at the start, the wind was up and going to make the racing challenging for all grades. Serpentine is a triangular course, the first leg Gull Road had the …

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Jul 24 2017

Race Report Dog Hill 22 July 2017

D grade finish 22 July 17

The Dog Hill circuit in Baldivis played host last Saturday for over 100 riders. Including a number of juniors from around the state, checking out the course for the State Junior Championships to be hosted by the Peel District Cycling Club in two weeks time. The conditions looked great for racing warm, sunny with light …

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Jul 04 2017

Race report President’s Cup Casuarina 1 July 2017

Calum Milne battled the elements to finish

What a difference a winter storm makes to rider turnout. The previous week saw over 120 racers in the sunshine at Dog Hill. This week saw 25 riders brave the elements at Casuarina for the President’s Cup handicap on Saturday. Instead of racing in a group graded by your ability. A handicap see all riders …

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Jun 26 2017

Race report Dog Hill 24 June 2017

Mikey Hoskens finished exhausted and seventh in A grade

Saturday afternoon racing is increasing popular. Last Saturday saw over the largest numbers ever for a Peel Districts Cycling Club Saturday race with over 120 riders taking to the Dog Hill course in Baldivis. While there was healthy numbers in all other grades, E grade which is for inexperience racers saw two riders take to …

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Jun 18 2017

Under 19 National Road Titles

Jade Haines celebrates her win.

Last week three members of the Peel District Cycling Club, Conor Leahy, Jade Haines and Tyler Lindorff attended the National team training camp in Adelaide for the for the World Under 19 Track Championships to be held China later this year. The trio then headed to Geelong for the National Under 19 Road Titles, with …

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May 29 2017

Race Report – Peel Junior Tour and Peel Ladies Tour – 27 May 2017

Louise McKay shows her time trialing skills to win the B grade prologue

The Peel Junior Tour has been a regular fixture on the WA cycling calendar for a number of years. The past two at the Kwinana Motorplex. Last Saturday the Peel District Cycling Club ran their first Peel Ladies Tour in conjunction with Peel Junior Tour. The tour consisted of three races, a 3.5km prologue (time …

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May 21 2017

Race Report – Serpentine 20 May 2017

Matthew Colum sprint to victory in D grade

The weather and the Elements Road Series the next day, may of kept a few riders aways from the club race at Serpentine last Saturday, the racing was exciting as ever. Two riders took the challenge of 4 laps of the 8.8 kilometre circuit in E grade. Simon Stolton rode away from Deb Reid after …

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May 14 2017

Race Report – Dog Hill 13 May 2017

Joseph Breheny sprints away from Greg Rossiter to take the win in A grade

Last Saturday afternoon the Dog Hill circuit in Baldivis saw the start of the Club’s winter season with a record number of 112 riders across five grades. E grade with the smallest number of riders, quickly disintegrated. With Patrick Burnside riding away from the group to take the win and a promotion to D grade. …

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May 08 2017

Peel Women Tour or if you ever wanted to try racing

peel junior and womens tour flyer

Peel Districts Cycling Club is running their first Women’s Tour in conjunction with the Peel Junior Tour at the Motorplex on Saturday May 27. This is a great opportunity for women to give racing a go. Both the Junior Tour and the Women’s Tour are three races over a day. The first race is a …

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Feb 15 2017

Skills Training Session 19 March 2017

PDCC is proud to announce our first of the skills training sessions for the year. Experienced coaches will give you the skills and confidence to ride in close groups, corner like the Pros and sprint to get the win. The closed circuit of the Kwinana Motorplex will allow a safe environment to develop your proficiency. …

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